IFAC Proceedings Volumes, 39 (16)
Cardiovascular rehabilitation soon after stroke using feedback-controlled robotics-assisted treadmill exercise: study protocol of a randomised controlled pilot trialOliver Stoller, Eling D. De Bruin, Corina Schuster-Amft, Matthias Schindelholz, Rob A. De Bie & Kenneth J. Hunt
Background After experiencing a stroke, most individuals also suffer from cardiac disease, are immobile and thus have low endurance for exercise. Aerobic capacity is seriously reduced in these individuals and does not reach reasonable levels after conventional rehabilitation programmes. Cardiovascular exercise is beneficial for improvement of aerobic capacity in mild to moderate stroke. However, less is known about its impact on aerobic capacity, motor recovery, and quality-of-life in severely impaired individuals. The aim of this...
Dynamically enhanced membrane emulsification using micro engineered membranes with controlled surface propertiesSebastian Holzapfel
Food process engineering, 52
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