Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke?

Rinne P, Mace M, Nakornchai T, Zimmerman K, Fayer S, Sharma P, Liardon J-L, Burdet E, Bentley P (2016)
PLOS ONE 11(10): e0163413.

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Rinne P, Mace M, Nakornchai T, et al. Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke? PLOS ONE. 2016;11(10): e0163413.
Rinne, P., Mace, M., Nakornchai, T., Zimmerman, K., Fayer, S., Sharma, P., Liardon, J. - L., et al. (2016). Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke? PLOS ONE, 11(10), e0163413. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0163413
Rinne, P., Mace, M., Nakornchai, T., Zimmerman, K., Fayer, S., Sharma, P., Liardon, J. - L., Burdet, E., and Bentley, P. (2016). Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke? PLOS ONE 11:e0163413.
Rinne, P., et al., 2016. Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke? PLOS ONE, 11(10): e0163413.
P. Rinne, et al., “Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke?”, PLOS ONE, vol. 11, 2016, : e0163413.
Rinne, P., Mace, M., Nakornchai, T., Zimmerman, K., Fayer, S., Sharma, P., Liardon, J.-L., Burdet, E., Bentley, P.: Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke? PLOS ONE. 11, : e0163413 (2016).
Rinne, Paul, Mace, Michael, Nakornchai, Tagore, Zimmerman, Karl, Fayer, Susannah, Sharma, Pankaj, Liardon, Jean-Luc, Burdet, Etienne, and Bentley, Paul. “Democratizing Neurorehabilitation: How Accessible are Low-Cost Mobile-Gaming Technologies for Self-Rehabilitation of Arm Disability in Stroke?”. PLOS ONE 11.10 (2016): e0163413.

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