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Rehabilitation Robotics by Sashi S Kommu

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Rehabilitation Robotics
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9783902613042
Number of pages: 648

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The coupling of several areas of the medical field with recent advances in robotic systems has seen a paradigm shift in our approach to selected sectors of medical care, especially over the last decade. Rehabilitation medicine is one such area. The development of advanced robotic systems has ushered with it an exponential number of trials and experiments aimed at optimizing restoration of quality of life to those who are physically debilitated.

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