Virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke patients

Recent review and research issues

Eza Surya Mohd Arip, Waidah Ismail, Md. Jan Nordin, Abduljalil Radman

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Abstract

Stroke is one of the main causes of disability in the world. In order for stroke survivors to reduce their disability, they need to go through a rehabilitation process to regain back their independence and improve their quality of life. To guide patients in their rehabilitation process and improve their receptiveness in performing repetitive exercises, a new rehabilitation training program using Virtual Reality (VR) technology has been introduced. This has attracted many researchers to explore more on VR technology as a new tool for stroke patient's rehabilitation. This paper presents a review on existing VR systems that have been developed for stroke rehabilitation. First, recent VR systems utilized for rehabilitation after stroke are delineated and categorized. Each of these categories concludes with a discussion on limitations and any issues that arise from it. Finally, a concise summary with significant findings and future possibilities in VR rehabilitation research is presented in table format.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics Inc.
Volume1905
ISBN (Electronic)9780735415959
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2017
Event13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017 - Kedah, Malaysia
Duration: 4 Dec 20177 Dec 2017

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Other13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017
CountryMalaysia
CityKedah
Period4/12/177/12/17

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Arip, E. S. M., Ismail, W., Nordin, M. J., & Radman, A. (2017). Virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke patients: Recent review and research issues. In Proceedings of the 13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017 (Vol. 1905). [050007] American Institute of Physics Inc.. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5012226

Virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke patients : Recent review and research issues. / Arip, Eza Surya Mohd; Ismail, Waidah; Nordin, Md. Jan; Radman, Abduljalil.

Proceedings of the 13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017. Vol. 1905 American Institute of Physics Inc., 2017. 050007.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Arip, ESM, Ismail, W, Nordin, MJ & Radman, A 2017, Virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke patients: Recent review and research issues. in Proceedings of the 13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017. vol. 1905, 050007, American Institute of Physics Inc., 13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017, Kedah, Malaysia, 4/12/17. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5012226
Arip ESM, Ismail W, Nordin MJ, Radman A. Virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke patients: Recent review and research issues. In Proceedings of the 13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017. Vol. 1905. American Institute of Physics Inc. 2017. 050007 https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5012226
Arip, Eza Surya Mohd ; Ismail, Waidah ; Nordin, Md. Jan ; Radman, Abduljalil. / Virtual reality rehabilitation for stroke patients : Recent review and research issues. Proceedings of the 13th IMT-GT International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and their Applications, ICMSA 2017. Vol. 1905 American Institute of Physics Inc., 2017.
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