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Perceptuo-motor planning during functional reaching after stroke

, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg , Per Dubbsgatan 14, Plan 3, 41345 Gothenburg , Sweden 3 Margit Alt Murphy In healthy young adults, reaching movements are planned such that the initial grasp

Evaluation of upper extremity neurorehabilitation using technology: a European Delphi consensus study within the EU COST Action Network on Robotics for Neurorehabilitation

Robotics for Neurorehabilitation Ann-Marie Hughes 0 Sofia Barbosa Bouças Jane H. Burridge 0 Margit Alt Murphy Jaap Buurke Peter Feys Verena Klamroth-Marganska Ilse Lamers Gerdienke Prange-Lasonder Annick

An overview of systematic reviews on upper extremity outcome measures after stroke

after stroke Margit Alt Murphy 0 Carol Resteghini Peter Feys Ilse Lamers 0 Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg , Per

A cohort study investigating a simple, early assessment to predict upper extremity function after stroke - a part of the SALGOT study

Background For early prediction of upper extremity function, there is a need for short clinical measurements suitable for acute settings. Previous studies demonstrate correct prediction of function, but have ether included a complex assessment procedure or have an outcome that does not automatically correspond to motor function required to be useful in daily activity. The purpose...

SALGOT - Stroke Arm Longitudinal study at the University of Gothenburg, prospective cohort study protocol

Background Recovery patterns of upper extremity motor function have been described in several longitudinal studies, but most of these studies have had selected samples, short follow up times or insufficient outcomes on motor function. The general understanding is that improvements in upper extremity occur mainly during the first month after the stroke incident and little if any...