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Development of a Wrist Bending Rehabilitation Robot with a Three-axis Force Sensor
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 Title & Authors
Development of a Wrist Bending Rehabilitation Robot with a Three-axis Force Sensor
Kim, Gab-Soon;
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 Abstract
This paper describes the development of a rehabilitation robot that can provide wrist bending exercise to a severe stroke patient staying in a bed ward or at home. The developed rehabilitation robot has a three-axis force sensor which detects three directional force Fx, Fy, and Fz. The sensor measures a bending force (Fz) exerted on the wrist and the signal force (Fx and Fy) which can be used for the safety purpose. The robot was designed for severe stroke patients in bed, and the robot program was developed to perform a wrist bending rehabilitation exercise. In our tests including a nine-day experimental exercise, the developed force sensor-based robot operated effectively and safely.
 Keywords
Three-axis force sensor;Interference error;Rated output;Wrist bending rehabilitation robot;Wrist bending flexibility rehabilitation exercise;Wrist bending force;
 Language
Korean
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