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Upper-limb muscular electrical stimulation driven by EEG-based detections of the intentions to move: a proposed intervention for patients with stroke

AuthorsIbáñez Pereda, Jaime ; Serrano, José Ignacio ; Castillo Sobrino, María Dolores del ; Monge-Pereira, E.; Molina-Rueda, F.; Rivas-Montero, F.; Alguacil-Diego, I.; Miangolarra-Page, J. C.
KeywordsEvent-related desynchronization
Electroencephalographic signal
Cortical patterns
Chronic stroke patients
Average detection latency
Movement onsets
Sensory feedback
Upper-limb muscular electrical stimulation
EEG-based detections
EEG-based estimations
Issue Date26-Aug-2014
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
CitationPublicado en: Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE 26-30 Aug. 1646-1649 pp. (2014)
AbstractThis study proposes an intervention for stroke patients in which electrical stimulation of muscles in the affected arm is supplied when movement intention is detected from the electroencephalographic signal. The detection relies on the combined analysis of two movement related cortical patterns: the event-related desynchronization and the bereitschaftspotential. Results with two healthy subjects and three chronic stroke patients show that reliable EEG-based estimations of the movement onsets can be generated (on average, 66.9 % (std: 26.4) of the movements are detected with 0.42 (std: 0.17) false activations per minute) which in turn give rise to electrical stimuli providing sensory feedback tightly associated to the movement planning (average detection latency of the onsets of the movements was 54.4 (std: 287.9 ms)).
DescriptionNote: As originally published there ares errors in this document. The author names were presented as "J. Ibanez, J.I. Serrano, M.D. del Castillo, E. Monge, F. Molina, F.M. Rivas, I. Alguacil, J.C. Miangolarra and J.L. Pons" but were instead intended to be: "E. Monge-Pereira, F. Molina-Rueda, F. Rivas-Montero, I. Alguacil-Diego, and J.C. Miangolarra-Page" as noted here. The article PDF remains as originally published.
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