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WIT 2014-10-19
13:40
Kumamoto   Hybrid training as a countermeasure for disuse atrophy in microgravity and induced vibration of ISS and human body
Genki Yoshimura, Masuhiro Nitta (KIT), Hiroo Matsuse, Taoto Shiba (Kurime Univ.), Yoshihiko Tagawa (KIT) WIT2014-38
Musculoskeletal system degenerates due to microgravity environment in ISS. Crews are obligated to exercise using the tra... [more] WIT2014-38
pp.7-10
WIT 2014-10-19
16:10
Kumamoto   Assessment of reproducibility of extension moment at ankle joint by M-wave
Naosuke Yamamoto, Masuhiro Nitta, Yoshihiko Tagawa (KIT) WIT2014-44
 [more] WIT2014-44
pp.29-32
WIT 2014-10-19
16:50
Kumamoto   Basic study on the development of system for improving walking function by electrical stimulation
Kazuhiro Funaki, Masuhiro Nitta, Yoshihiko Tagawa (KIT) WIT2014-46
We studied an assist system for improving gait by electrical stimulation based on the recognition result of a neural net... [more] WIT2014-46
pp.39-42
WIT 2013-10-26
14:15
Kagoshima   Grip force feedback control using electrical stimulation
Hikari Shimabuku, Masuhiro Nitta, Yoshihiko Tagawa (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) WIT2013-46
Limb paralysis is caused by cerebrovascular disease and/or spinal cord injury. It becomes an impediment in daily life an... [more] WIT2013-46
pp.17-21
WIT 2013-10-27
10:15
Kagoshima   Development of assist system for improving gait by electrical stimulation using wireless sensors
Kazuhiro Funaki, Ryuya Kakimoto, Masuhiro Nitta, Yoshihiko Tagawa (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) WIT2013-57
We studied an assist system for improving gait by electrical stimulation based on the recognition result of a neural net... [more] WIT2013-57
pp.77-81
WIT 2013-10-27
10:55
Kagoshima   Electrical stimulation to improve swallowing function during pharyngeal phase of patients with dysphagia
Yoshihiko Tagawa, Kango Hayashi, Masuhiro Nitta (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.), Toshiyasu Yamamoto (Okayama Univ. of Science) WIT2013-59
Dysphagia or swallowing disorder negatively impacts health and quality of life (QOL) of elderly and cerebrovascular acci... [more] WIT2013-59
pp.89-92
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