Simulation of functional recovery of stroke patients affected by anosognosia and neglect is crucial for physicians to aid their assessment. The objective of the present paper is describe a newly devised environment to simulate the initial, intermediate and final affectation of upper limb deficit in stroke patients with anosognosia and neglect. After a time lapse from the initial assessment and on rehabilitation therapy, we perform a new assessment. With the parameters from the two assessment we are then able to simulate the functional recovery of patients within the same time period.
CitationTicó Falguera, Neus; Peña, E. Human simulation under anosognosia and neglect in stroke patients. A: Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference. "2010 AHFE International". Miami: 2010, p. 1-10.
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