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Research Article

A Portable Gait Asymmetry Rehabilitation System for Individuals with Stroke Using a Vibrotactile Feedback

Table 4

Results of subjects suffering from stroke (symmetry ratio, ML tilt, and ML acceleration).

IndexSymmetry ratio ()ML Tilt-RMS (degree)ML acceleration-RMS (m/s2)
PatientWithout vibrationStMCV modeSpCV modeWithout vibrationStMCV modeSpCV modeWithout vibrationStMCV modeSpCV mode

1 (left hemi)1.236 (±0.05)1.136 (±0.19)1.132 (±0.17)4.910 (±0.65)4.516 (±0.29)4.802 (±0.96)0.329 (±0.12)0.295 (±0.23)0.317 (±0.26)
2 (right hemi)1.334 (±0.01)1.078 (±0.26)1.102 (±0.19)6.329 (±0.89)6.199 (±0.83)6.505 (±0.52)0.525 (±0.21)0.469 (±0.16)0.498 (±0.17)
3 (left hemi)1.152 (±0.06)1.114 (±0.10)1.026 (±0.24)4.491 (±0.77)4.616 (±0.92)4.768 (±0.60)0.391 (±0.17)0.339 (±0.11)0.348 (±0.19)
4 (right hemi)1.148 (±0.07)1.095 (±0.24)1.104 (±0.15)5.985 (±0.71)5.896 (±0.64)5.914 (±0.88)0.50 (±0.09)0.497 (±0.14)0.511 (±0.20)

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