The Resource Retraining Walking Over Ground in a Powered Exoskeleton After Spinal Cord Injury, Edmonton, Alberta, 2014-2018

Retraining Walking Over Ground in a Powered Exoskeleton After Spinal Cord Injury, Edmonton, Alberta, 2014-2018

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Retraining Walking Over Ground in a Powered Exoskeleton After Spinal Cord Injury, Edmonton, Alberta, 2014-2018
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Retraining Walking Over Ground in a Powered Exoskeleton After Spinal Cord Injury, Edmonton, Alberta, 2014-2018
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This was a mixed-methods study to determine quantitative and qualitative outcomes in a cohort of individuals with chronic, spinal cord injury, who learned to use the ReWalk exoskeleton to walk over ground. Researchers determined the training dosage required for walking proficiency, the sensory and motor changes in the nervous system with the training, and the perspectives of the participants with respect to both the training and the device. It was a prospective cohort study. Measures were taken before, during, immediately after training, and 2-3 months after training was completed
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  • Yang, Jaynie
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Retraining Walking Over Ground in a Powered Exoskeleton After Spinal Cord Injury, Edmonton, Alberta, 2014-2018
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  • 2014--2018
  • 37983
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ICPSR37983.v1
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Retraining Walking Over Ground in a Powered Exoskeleton After Spinal Cord Injury, Edmonton, Alberta, 2014-2018
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  • 2014--2018
  • 37983
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ICPSR37983.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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