Contributi scientifici

Contributi scientifici

Pubblicazioni divulgative

Centro San Girolamo

Il Centro San Girolamo investe nella robotica per una fisioterapia 4.0


Medical HAL Obtained marketing clearance from U.S. FDA

Pubblicazioni scientifiche

2019 - Spinal Cord

Gait ability required to achieve therapeutic effect in gait and balance function with the voluntary driven exoskeleton in patients with chronic spinal cord injury: a clinical study

2019 - HAL-Exoskeleton STROke Study

A Randomized and Controlled Crossover Study Investigating the Improvement of Walking and Posture Functions in Chronic Stroke Patients Using HAL Exoskeleton – The HALESTRO Study (HAL-Exoskeleton STROke Study)

2017 - Neurosurgical Focus

Against the odds: what to expect in rehabilitation of chronic spinal cord injury with a neurologically controlle d Hybrid Assistive Limb exoskeleton. A subgroup analysis of 55 patients according to age- and lesion level

2017 - NeuroRehabilitation

Effects of gait training using the Hybrid Assistive Limb® in recovery-phase stroke patients: A 2-month follow-up, randomized, controlled study

2015 - Neurologia medico-chirurgica

Factors Predicting the Effects of Hybrid Assistive Limb Robot Suit during the Acute Phase of Central Nervous System Injury

2015 - Neurologia medico-chirurgica

Effectiveness of Acute Phase Hybrid Assistive Limb Rehabilitation in Stroke Patients Classified by Paralysis Severity

2015 - Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Gait speed using powered robotic exoskeletons after spinai card injury: a systematic review and correlational study

2015 - Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience

Clinical application of the Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) for gait training-a systematic review

2014 - The Spine Journal

Voluntary driven exoskeleton as a new tool for rehabilitation in chronic spinal cord Injury -A pilot study

2014 - Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Gait training early after stroke with a new exoskeleton - the hybrid assistive limb: a study of safety and feasibility

1997 - Journal of Neurological Sciences

Rhythmic facilitation of gait training in hemiparetic stroke rehabilitation