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Research Article

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

Table 5

Results of subjects suffering from stroke (right stance, left stance, and gait speed).

ModeWithout vibrationStMCV modeSpCV mode
PatientRight stance (s)Left stance (s)Gait speed (m/s)Right stance (s)Left stance (s)Gait speed (m/s)Right stance (s)Left stance (s)Gait speed (m/s)

1 (left hemi)0.981 (±0.02)0.803 (±0.02)0.480.977 (±0.02)0.860 (±0.02)0.450.957 (±0.02)0.847 (±0.02)0.46
2 (right hemi)0.760 (±0.02)1.013 (±0.01)0.400.885 (±0.02)0.958 (±0.03)0.380.848 (±0.02)0.945 (±0.01)0.41
3 (left hemi)0.998 (±0.01)0.867 (±0.02)0.460.993 (±0.02)0.892 (±0.01)0.480.912 (±0.02)0.887 (±0.02)0.49
4 (right hemi)0.890 (±0.01)1.021 (±0.01)0.390.972 (±0.03)1.059 (±0.02)0.380.976 (±0.01)1.076 (±0.01)0.39

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