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Neuromuscular fatigue detection by mechanomyography in people with complete spinal cord injury

Krueger, Eddy; Popović-Maneski, Lana; Neto, Guilherme Nunes Nogueira; Mendonça Scheeren, Eduardo; Fiusa, Jessika Mehret; Nohama, Percy

(Springer, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Krueger, Eddy
AU  - Popović-Maneski, Lana
AU  - Neto, Guilherme Nunes Nogueira
AU  - Mendonça Scheeren, Eduardo
AU  - Fiusa, Jessika Mehret
AU  - Nohama, Percy
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://doi.org/10.1007/s42600-020-00061-z
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/9817
AB  - Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is a method of activating paralyzed muscles. During FES application, fast muscle fatigue can occur (the inability of stimulated muscles to generate force). Therefore, it is beneficial to estimate the muscle fatigue for FES closed-loop control for walking to prevent unexpected muscle collapse and adapt the FES strategy in real time. Mechanomyography (MMG) is a noninvasive technique for registering myofiber vibrations, representing an ideal candidate for the provision of feedback. The hypothesis was that MMG signals could effectively detect muscle fatigue and, thus, provide feedback.
PB  - Springer
T2  - Research on Biomedical Engineering
T1  - Neuromuscular fatigue detection by mechanomyography in people with complete spinal cord injury
SP  - 203
EP  - 212
VL  - 36
IS  - 3
DO  - 10.1007/s42600-020-00061-z
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Krueger, Eddy and Popović-Maneski, Lana and Neto, Guilherme Nunes Nogueira and Mendonça Scheeren, Eduardo and Fiusa, Jessika Mehret and Nohama, Percy",
year = "2020",
url = "https://doi.org/10.1007/s42600-020-00061-z, https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/9817",
abstract = "Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is a method of activating paralyzed muscles. During FES application, fast muscle fatigue can occur (the inability of stimulated muscles to generate force). Therefore, it is beneficial to estimate the muscle fatigue for FES closed-loop control for walking to prevent unexpected muscle collapse and adapt the FES strategy in real time. Mechanomyography (MMG) is a noninvasive technique for registering myofiber vibrations, representing an ideal candidate for the provision of feedback. The hypothesis was that MMG signals could effectively detect muscle fatigue and, thus, provide feedback.",
publisher = "Springer",
journal = "Research on Biomedical Engineering",
title = "Neuromuscular fatigue detection by mechanomyography in people with complete spinal cord injury",
pages = "203-212",
volume = "36",
number = "3",
doi = "10.1007/s42600-020-00061-z"
}
Krueger, E., Popović-Maneski, L., Neto, G. N. N., Mendonça Scheeren, E., Fiusa, J. M.,& Nohama, P. (2020). Neuromuscular fatigue detection by mechanomyography in people with complete spinal cord injury.
Research on Biomedical EngineeringSpringer., 36(3), 203-212.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s42600-020-00061-z
Krueger E, Popović-Maneski L, Neto GNN, Mendonça Scheeren E, Fiusa JM, Nohama P. Neuromuscular fatigue detection by mechanomyography in people with complete spinal cord injury. Research on Biomedical Engineering. 2020;36(3):203-212
Krueger Eddy, Popović-Maneski Lana, Neto Guilherme Nunes Nogueira, Mendonça Scheeren Eduardo, Fiusa Jessika Mehret, Nohama Percy, "Neuromuscular fatigue detection by mechanomyography in people with complete spinal cord injury" 36, no. 3 (2020):203-212,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s42600-020-00061-z .

Properties of different types of dry electrodes for wearable smart monitoring devices

Popović Maneski, Lana; Ivanović, Marija D.; Atanasoski, Vladimir; Miletić, Marjan; Zdolšek, Sanja; Bojović, Boško; Hadžievski, Ljupčo

(Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Ivanović, Marija D.
AU  - Atanasoski, Vladimir
AU  - Miletić, Marjan
AU  - Zdolšek, Sanja
AU  - Bojović, Boško
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10028
AB  - Wearable smart monitors (WSMs) applied for the estimation of electrophysiological signals are of utmost interest for a non-stressed life. WSM which records heart muscle activities could signalize timely a life-threatening event. The heart muscle activities are typically recorded across the heart at the surface of the body; hence, a WSM monitor requires high-quality surface electrodes. The electrodes used in the clinical settings [i.e. silver/silver chloride (Ag/AgCl) with the gel] are not practical for the daily out of clinic usage. A practical WSM requires the application of a dry electrode with stable and reproducible electrical characteristics. We compared the characteristics of six types of dry electrodes and one gelled electrode during short-term recordings sessions (≈30 s) in real-life conditions: Orbital, monolithic polymer plated with Ag/AgCl, and five rectangular shaped 10 × 6 × 2 mm electrodes (Orbital, Ag electrode, Ag/AgCl electrode, gold electrode and stainless-steel AISI304). The results of a well-controlled analysis which considered motion artifacts, line noise and junction potentials suggest that among the dry electrodes Ag/AgCl performs the best. The Ag/AgCl electrode is in average three times better compared with the stainless-steel electrode often used in WSMs.
PB  - Walter de Gruyter GmbH
T2  - Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik
T1  - Properties of different types of dry electrodes for wearable smart monitoring devices
SP  - 405
EP  - 415
VL  - 65
IS  - 4
DO  - 10.1515/bmt-2019-0167
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Ivanović, Marija D. and Atanasoski, Vladimir and Miletić, Marjan and Zdolšek, Sanja and Bojović, Boško and Hadžievski, Ljupčo",
year = "2020",
url = "https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10028",
abstract = "Wearable smart monitors (WSMs) applied for the estimation of electrophysiological signals are of utmost interest for a non-stressed life. WSM which records heart muscle activities could signalize timely a life-threatening event. The heart muscle activities are typically recorded across the heart at the surface of the body; hence, a WSM monitor requires high-quality surface electrodes. The electrodes used in the clinical settings [i.e. silver/silver chloride (Ag/AgCl) with the gel] are not practical for the daily out of clinic usage. A practical WSM requires the application of a dry electrode with stable and reproducible electrical characteristics. We compared the characteristics of six types of dry electrodes and one gelled electrode during short-term recordings sessions (≈30 s) in real-life conditions: Orbital, monolithic polymer plated with Ag/AgCl, and five rectangular shaped 10 × 6 × 2 mm electrodes (Orbital, Ag electrode, Ag/AgCl electrode, gold electrode and stainless-steel AISI304). The results of a well-controlled analysis which considered motion artifacts, line noise and junction potentials suggest that among the dry electrodes Ag/AgCl performs the best. The Ag/AgCl electrode is in average three times better compared with the stainless-steel electrode often used in WSMs.",
publisher = "Walter de Gruyter GmbH",
journal = "Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik",
title = "Properties of different types of dry electrodes for wearable smart monitoring devices",
pages = "405-415",
volume = "65",
number = "4",
doi = "10.1515/bmt-2019-0167"
}
Popović Maneski, L., Ivanović, M. D., Atanasoski, V., Miletić, M., Zdolšek, S., Bojović, B.,& Hadžievski, L. (2020). Properties of different types of dry electrodes for wearable smart monitoring devices.
Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische TechnikWalter de Gruyter GmbH., 65(4), 405-415.
https://doi.org/10.1515/bmt-2019-0167
Popović Maneski L, Ivanović MD, Atanasoski V, Miletić M, Zdolšek S, Bojović B, Hadžievski L. Properties of different types of dry electrodes for wearable smart monitoring devices. Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik. 2020;65(4):405-415
Popović Maneski Lana, Ivanović Marija D., Atanasoski Vladimir, Miletić Marjan, Zdolšek Sanja, Bojović Boško, Hadžievski Ljupčo, "Properties of different types of dry electrodes for wearable smart monitoring devices" 65, no. 4 (2020):405-415,
https://doi.org/10.1515/bmt-2019-0167 .

MAGNETRODE: magnetic multi-pad electrode for FET

Popović Maneski, Lana

(Toronto : IFESS, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/7039
AB  - Use of functional electrical therapy (FET) for the grasping has bottlenecks including difficulties in positioning of the electrodes and setting the stimulation parameters. We developed a multi-pad electrode, MAGNETRODE, which allows intuitive and fast positioning with no need for demultiplexers, sensors, garments and automatic algorithms and comes in any shape and number of pads. When MAGNETRODE is combined with a multi-pad stimulator MOTIMOVE it minimizes the said limitations and provides an easy to use interface for effective FET.
PB  - Toronto : IFESS
C3  - Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019
T1  - MAGNETRODE: magnetic multi-pad electrode for FET
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana",
year = "2019",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/7039",
abstract = "Use of functional electrical therapy (FET) for the grasping has bottlenecks including difficulties in positioning of the electrodes and setting the stimulation parameters. We developed a multi-pad electrode, MAGNETRODE, which allows intuitive and fast positioning with no need for demultiplexers, sensors, garments and automatic algorithms and comes in any shape and number of pads. When MAGNETRODE is combined with a multi-pad stimulator MOTIMOVE it minimizes the said limitations and provides an easy to use interface for effective FET.",
publisher = "Toronto : IFESS",
journal = "Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019",
title = "MAGNETRODE: magnetic multi-pad electrode for FET"
}
Popović Maneski, L. (2019). MAGNETRODE: magnetic multi-pad electrode for FET.
Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019Toronto : IFESS..
Popović Maneski L. MAGNETRODE: magnetic multi-pad electrode for FET. Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019. 2019;
Popović Maneski Lana, "MAGNETRODE: magnetic multi-pad electrode for FET" (2019)

FES Cycling in Persons with Paralyzed Legs: Force Feedback for Setup and Control

Popović Maneski, Lana; Metani, Amine

(Vienna : Medical University of Vienna, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Metani, Amine
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/7038
AB  - Cycling assisted by functional electrical stimulation (FES cycling) has many positive effects on the overall health in persons with paralyzed legs due to the injury of the central nervous system (i.e., increases bulk of stimulated muscles, preserved range of movements in the joints, preserved cross-section geometry of long bones that are axially loaded, reduced body fat content, preserved functioning of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems, reduced frequency of urinary infections, reduced spasticity in stimulated muscles). If the FES cycling exercise starts shortly after the central nervous system lesion, then the muscles will not be atrophied. The FES needs to provide sufficient muscle power to turn the pedals of the bicycle. If the pedals don’t rotate, then the exercise would be discouraging for the patient and many among them would give up on this type of training. The FES assistance must provide strong enough stimulation that is tolerable by the user, and the correct timing of stimulation bursts to push and pull when needed. If the stimulation power is not sufficient, then the external power coming from the motor built into the exercise bike is required. The temporal pattern (on-off) need to match the pushing and pulling on the pedals at the appropriate positions to generate the driving momentum; hence, it is linked to the angle of the pedals (from 0° to 360°). The optimal setup of the temporal pattern benefits from the assessment of the interface force between the pedal and the foot. The driving torques will be optimal if the interface force is perpendicular to the lever.
We are developing a protocol for designing the optimal stimulation-motor assistance profile for the cycling based on the measurements of the interface forces. The setup uses the optimization criterion that maximizes the effect based on the asynchronous activation of synergistic muscles. The protocol is being developed for the therapy performed with Omego bike (Tyromotion GmbH, Graz, Austria) and Motimove FES stimulator (3F-Fit Fabricando Faber Ltd, Belgrade, Serbia). The same principle used for the setup can be used for closed-loop control to correct the original non-optimal temporal pattern.
PB  - Vienna : Medical University of Vienna
C3  - 13th Vienna FES workshop, September 23rd-25th, 2019
T1  - FES Cycling in Persons with Paralyzed Legs: Force Feedback for Setup and Control
T1  - info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Integrated and Interdisciplinary Research (IIR or III)/44008/RS//
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Metani, Amine",
year = "2019",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/7038",
abstract = "Cycling assisted by functional electrical stimulation (FES cycling) has many positive effects on the overall health in persons with paralyzed legs due to the injury of the central nervous system (i.e., increases bulk of stimulated muscles, preserved range of movements in the joints, preserved cross-section geometry of long bones that are axially loaded, reduced body fat content, preserved functioning of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems, reduced frequency of urinary infections, reduced spasticity in stimulated muscles). If the FES cycling exercise starts shortly after the central nervous system lesion, then the muscles will not be atrophied. The FES needs to provide sufficient muscle power to turn the pedals of the bicycle. If the pedals don’t rotate, then the exercise would be discouraging for the patient and many among them would give up on this type of training. The FES assistance must provide strong enough stimulation that is tolerable by the user, and the correct timing of stimulation bursts to push and pull when needed. If the stimulation power is not sufficient, then the external power coming from the motor built into the exercise bike is required. The temporal pattern (on-off) need to match the pushing and pulling on the pedals at the appropriate positions to generate the driving momentum; hence, it is linked to the angle of the pedals (from 0° to 360°). The optimal setup of the temporal pattern benefits from the assessment of the interface force between the pedal and the foot. The driving torques will be optimal if the interface force is perpendicular to the lever.
We are developing a protocol for designing the optimal stimulation-motor assistance profile for the cycling based on the measurements of the interface forces. The setup uses the optimization criterion that maximizes the effect based on the asynchronous activation of synergistic muscles. The protocol is being developed for the therapy performed with Omego bike (Tyromotion GmbH, Graz, Austria) and Motimove FES stimulator (3F-Fit Fabricando Faber Ltd, Belgrade, Serbia). The same principle used for the setup can be used for closed-loop control to correct the original non-optimal temporal pattern.",
publisher = "Vienna : Medical University of Vienna",
journal = "13th Vienna FES workshop, September 23rd-25th, 2019",
title = "FES Cycling in Persons with Paralyzed Legs: Force Feedback for Setup and Control, info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Integrated and Interdisciplinary Research (IIR or III)/44008/RS//"
}
Popović Maneski, L.,& Metani, A. (2019). info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Integrated and Interdisciplinary Research (IIR or III)/44008/RS//.
13th Vienna FES workshop, September 23rd-25th, 2019Vienna : Medical University of Vienna..
Popović Maneski L, Metani A. info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Integrated and Interdisciplinary Research (IIR or III)/44008/RS//. 13th Vienna FES workshop, September 23rd-25th, 2019. 2019;
Popović Maneski Lana, Metani Amine, "info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Integrated and Interdisciplinary Research (IIR or III)/44008/RS//" (2019)

The instrumented shoe insole for rule-based control of gait in persons with hemiplegia

Popović, Dejan B.; Popović Maneski, Lana

(2019)

Popović, D. B.,& Popović Maneski, L. (2019). The instrumented shoe insole for rule-based control of gait in persons with hemiplegia.
EasyChair Preprint, 1345.
Popović DB, Popović Maneski L. The instrumented shoe insole for rule-based control of gait in persons with hemiplegia. EasyChair Preprint. 2019;:1345
Popović Dejan B., Popović Maneski Lana, "The instrumented shoe insole for rule-based control of gait in persons with hemiplegia" (2019):1345

Increasing fitness with FES rowing

Popović Maneski, Lana; Blot, Maxime; Metani, Amine; Deley, Gaelle

(Toronto : IFESS, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Blot, Maxime
AU  - Metani, Amine
AU  - Deley, Gaelle
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/7040
AB  - Functional electrical stimulation assisted rowing (FES-rowing) can be used as a rehabilitation procedure and recreational activity for persons with lower-limbs paralysis1. In FES-rowing typically quadriceps and hamstring muscles are stimulated, which improves the status of the cardiovascular system and increases muscle mass2,3; thereby, the risk from secondary complications associated with the sedentary lifestyle imposed on those who are unable to ambulate is reduced. The aims of the present study were (i) to assess the effectiveness of FES-rowing in young healthy subjects as compared with rowing alone; (ii) to evaluate the feasibility of rowing combined with the coordinated stimulation of 3 muscle groups (quadriceps, hamstrings and triceps
surae).
PB  - Toronto : IFESS
C3  - Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019
T1  - Increasing fitness with FES rowing
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Blot, Maxime and Metani, Amine and Deley, Gaelle",
year = "2019",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/7040",
abstract = "Functional electrical stimulation assisted rowing (FES-rowing) can be used as a rehabilitation procedure and recreational activity for persons with lower-limbs paralysis1. In FES-rowing typically quadriceps and hamstring muscles are stimulated, which improves the status of the cardiovascular system and increases muscle mass2,3; thereby, the risk from secondary complications associated with the sedentary lifestyle imposed on those who are unable to ambulate is reduced. The aims of the present study were (i) to assess the effectiveness of FES-rowing in young healthy subjects as compared with rowing alone; (ii) to evaluate the feasibility of rowing combined with the coordinated stimulation of 3 muscle groups (quadriceps, hamstrings and triceps
surae).",
publisher = "Toronto : IFESS",
journal = "Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019",
title = "Increasing fitness with FES rowing"
}
Popović Maneski, L., Blot, M., Metani, A.,& Deley, G. (2019). Increasing fitness with FES rowing.
Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019Toronto : IFESS..
Popović Maneski L, Blot M, Metani A, Deley G. Increasing fitness with FES rowing. Proceedings of IFESS, Toronto, Canada, June 2019. 2019;
Popović Maneski Lana, Blot Maxime, Metani Amine, Deley Gaelle, "Increasing fitness with FES rowing" (2019)

FES of Upper Extremities: Post-conference course

Popović, Dejan B.; Popović Maneski, Lana

(Vienna : Medical University of Vienna, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/6982
AB  - The workshop is structured to have a theoretical introduction and subsequent application oriented hands-on demonstrations. The workshop is planned to include continuous interactive discussion. The workshop will focus on non-invasive options for the control of paralyzed arm-hand complex after the central nervous system lesion (brain lesion, cervical lesion of the spinal cord, and similar). The workshop starts with theory describing the principle of the operation of functional activation of paralyzed muscles by means of electrical field and differences between the use of transcutaneous and implantable technologies. The results on the efficacy of FES augmented manipulation and grasping, with the emphasis on what were the limitations of the systems applied, will follow. The main questions that will be answered deal with methods to provide sufficient selectivity, minimize muscle fatigue, and have the control that matches the needs of users. The practical part will be a demonstration of the strategies and limitations of the surface activation of arm muscles to support the exercise, manipulation and exercise. The presentation will include the activation of sensory pathways for possible feedback applications. An interesting example will be described where the FES technology can be used for the reduction of tremor. The practical part will be with the new stimulators MOTIMOVE (https://www.3-x-f.com/products.php) and UNAFET stimulators used in clinical trials for therapy persons after stroke and spinal cord lesion at the cervical level.
PB  - Vienna : Medical University of Vienna
C3  - Program / 13th Vienna International Workshop on Functional Electrical Stimulation, Vienna, Austria, September 23rd-25th, 2019
T1  - FES of Upper Extremities: Post-conference course
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Popović, Dejan B. and Popović Maneski, Lana",
year = "2019",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/6982",
abstract = "The workshop is structured to have a theoretical introduction and subsequent application oriented hands-on demonstrations. The workshop is planned to include continuous interactive discussion. The workshop will focus on non-invasive options for the control of paralyzed arm-hand complex after the central nervous system lesion (brain lesion, cervical lesion of the spinal cord, and similar). The workshop starts with theory describing the principle of the operation of functional activation of paralyzed muscles by means of electrical field and differences between the use of transcutaneous and implantable technologies. The results on the efficacy of FES augmented manipulation and grasping, with the emphasis on what were the limitations of the systems applied, will follow. The main questions that will be answered deal with methods to provide sufficient selectivity, minimize muscle fatigue, and have the control that matches the needs of users. The practical part will be a demonstration of the strategies and limitations of the surface activation of arm muscles to support the exercise, manipulation and exercise. The presentation will include the activation of sensory pathways for possible feedback applications. An interesting example will be described where the FES technology can be used for the reduction of tremor. The practical part will be with the new stimulators MOTIMOVE (https://www.3-x-f.com/products.php) and UNAFET stimulators used in clinical trials for therapy persons after stroke and spinal cord lesion at the cervical level.",
publisher = "Vienna : Medical University of Vienna",
journal = "Program / 13th Vienna International Workshop on Functional Electrical Stimulation, Vienna, Austria, September 23rd-25th, 2019",
title = "FES of Upper Extremities: Post-conference course"
}
Popović, D. B.,& Popović Maneski, L. (2019). FES of Upper Extremities: Post-conference course.
Program / 13th Vienna International Workshop on Functional Electrical Stimulation, Vienna, Austria, September 23rd-25th, 2019Vienna : Medical University of Vienna..
Popović DB, Popović Maneski L. FES of Upper Extremities: Post-conference course. Program / 13th Vienna International Workshop on Functional Electrical Stimulation, Vienna, Austria, September 23rd-25th, 2019. 2019;
Popović Dejan B., Popović Maneski Lana, "FES of Upper Extremities: Post-conference course" (2019)

Multi-sensor acquisition system for noninvasive detection of heart failure

Lazović, Aleksandar; Popović Maneski, Lana; Hadžievski, Ljupčo

(Belgrade : ETRAN, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Lazović, Aleksandar
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/6966
AB  - To research the possibility of noninvasive detection of heart failure we developed an acquisition system with multiple sensors. The system synchronously measures cardiovascular pulsations, heart sounds and ECG using different types of sensors positioned only on the patient’s body. The system has a modular structure with five modules: 1. Module for controlling the light source (MWLS) 2. Module for data acquisition from fiber optical sensors (FBGA) with the compact optical spectral analyzer 3. Module for the acquisition of hearth sounds (PCG) with four ports for microphones; 4. Module for the acquisition of standard ECG signals; 5. Module for data acquisition from three accelerometers and three photoplethysmography sensors (ACC/PPG).
PB  - Belgrade : ETRAN
PB  - Belgrade : Academic Mind
C3  - Proceedings of Papers – 6th International Conference on Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering, IcETRAN 2019, Silver Lake, Serbia, June 03 – 06, 2019 / Zbornik radova - 63. Konferencija za elektroniku, telekomunikacije, računarstvo, automatiku i nuklearnu tehniku, Srebrno jezero, 03 – 06. juna, 2019. godine
T1  - Multi-sensor acquisition system for noninvasive detection of heart failure
SP  - 235
EP  - 238
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Lazović, Aleksandar and Popović Maneski, Lana and Hadžievski, Ljupčo",
year = "2019",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/6966",
abstract = "To research the possibility of noninvasive detection of heart failure we developed an acquisition system with multiple sensors. The system synchronously measures cardiovascular pulsations, heart sounds and ECG using different types of sensors positioned only on the patient’s body. The system has a modular structure with five modules: 1. Module for controlling the light source (MWLS) 2. Module for data acquisition from fiber optical sensors (FBGA) with the compact optical spectral analyzer 3. Module for the acquisition of hearth sounds (PCG) with four ports for microphones; 4. Module for the acquisition of standard ECG signals; 5. Module for data acquisition from three accelerometers and three photoplethysmography sensors (ACC/PPG).",
publisher = "Belgrade : ETRAN, Belgrade : Academic Mind",
journal = "Proceedings of Papers – 6th International Conference on Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering, IcETRAN 2019, Silver Lake, Serbia, June 03 – 06, 2019 / Zbornik radova - 63. Konferencija za elektroniku, telekomunikacije, računarstvo, automatiku i nuklearnu tehniku, Srebrno jezero, 03 – 06. juna, 2019. godine",
title = "Multi-sensor acquisition system for noninvasive detection of heart failure",
pages = "235-238"
}
Lazović, A., Popović Maneski, L.,& Hadžievski, L. (2019). Multi-sensor acquisition system for noninvasive detection of heart failure.
Proceedings of Papers – 6th International Conference on Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering, IcETRAN 2019, Silver Lake, Serbia, June 03 – 06, 2019 / Zbornik radova - 63. Konferencija za elektroniku, telekomunikacije, računarstvo, automatiku i nuklearnu tehniku, Srebrno jezero, 03 – 06. juna, 2019. godineBelgrade : Academic Mind., 235-238.
Lazović A, Popović Maneski L, Hadžievski L. Multi-sensor acquisition system for noninvasive detection of heart failure. Proceedings of Papers – 6th International Conference on Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering, IcETRAN 2019, Silver Lake, Serbia, June 03 – 06, 2019 / Zbornik radova - 63. Konferencija za elektroniku, telekomunikacije, računarstvo, automatiku i nuklearnu tehniku, Srebrno jezero, 03 – 06. juna, 2019. godine. 2019;:235-238
Lazović Aleksandar, Popović Maneski Lana, Hadžievski Ljupčo, "Multi-sensor acquisition system for noninvasive detection of heart failure" (2019):235-238

Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI

Krueger, Eddy; Magri, L. M. S.; Botelho, A. S.; Bach, F. S.; Rebellato, C. L. K.; Fracaro, L.; Fragoso, F. Y. I.; Villanova, J. A.; Brofman, P. R. S.; Popović Maneski, Lana

(Elsevier, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Krueger, Eddy
AU  - Magri, L. M. S.
AU  - Botelho, A. S.
AU  - Bach, F. S.
AU  - Rebellato, C. L. K.
AU  - Fracaro, L.
AU  - Fragoso, F. Y. I.
AU  - Villanova, J. A.
AU  - Brofman, P. R. S.
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394018308498
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4596
AB  - The application of low-intensity electrical stimulation (LIES) to neural tissue increases neurochemical factors responsible for regeneration as nerve growth factor. Stem cell (SC) therapy for patients with Spinal cord injury (SCI) promote some increase functional improvement.ObjectiveInvestigate the electromyographic response in paraplegic dogs undergoing LIES and SC transplantation.Methods27 dogs paraplegics with SCI were divided into three groups with different types of therapy. GADSC: two SC transplants (n = 9); GLIES: LIES (n = 8); GCOMB: two SC transplants and LIES (n = 10). Adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells (ADSCs) were transplanted by lumbar puncture in the amount of 1.2 × 106 cells/50 μL. Acupuncture needles positioned in the interspinous space were used for stimulation. The electrical stimulation was applied with a mean voltage ∼30 mV and four consecutive modulated frequencies (5 Hz, 10 Hz, 15 Hz and 20 Hz) within 5 min each. The patients motor performance was evaluated before (Pre) the procedure and after 30 (Post30) and 60 (Post60) days, from electromyography root mean square (EMGRMS) registered with subcutaneous electrodes in the vastus lateralis muscle, while the animals were in quadrupedal position.ResultsAll three groups showed a significant intra-group increase of EMGRMS (Pre vs. Post30 or Pre vs. Post60). However, there were no statistically significant differences between Post30 and Post60. The inter-group test (GADSC X GLIES X GCOMB) did not present significance when compared the instants Pre (p = 0.34), Post30 (p = 0.78) and Post60 (p = 0.64).ConclusionSome dogs recovered motor activity, expressed by the EMGRMS, in all groups, in pre vs. post (30 or 60 days) comparisons.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Neuroscience Letters
T1  - Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI
SP  - 38
EP  - 45
VL  - 696
DO  - 10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Krueger, Eddy and Magri, L. M. S. and Botelho, A. S. and Bach, F. S. and Rebellato, C. L. K. and Fracaro, L. and Fragoso, F. Y. I. and Villanova, J. A. and Brofman, P. R. S. and Popović Maneski, Lana",
year = "2019",
url = "http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394018308498, http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4596",
abstract = "The application of low-intensity electrical stimulation (LIES) to neural tissue increases neurochemical factors responsible for regeneration as nerve growth factor. Stem cell (SC) therapy for patients with Spinal cord injury (SCI) promote some increase functional improvement.ObjectiveInvestigate the electromyographic response in paraplegic dogs undergoing LIES and SC transplantation.Methods27 dogs paraplegics with SCI were divided into three groups with different types of therapy. GADSC: two SC transplants (n = 9); GLIES: LIES (n = 8); GCOMB: two SC transplants and LIES (n = 10). Adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells (ADSCs) were transplanted by lumbar puncture in the amount of 1.2 × 106 cells/50 μL. Acupuncture needles positioned in the interspinous space were used for stimulation. The electrical stimulation was applied with a mean voltage ∼30 mV and four consecutive modulated frequencies (5 Hz, 10 Hz, 15 Hz and 20 Hz) within 5 min each. The patients motor performance was evaluated before (Pre) the procedure and after 30 (Post30) and 60 (Post60) days, from electromyography root mean square (EMGRMS) registered with subcutaneous electrodes in the vastus lateralis muscle, while the animals were in quadrupedal position.ResultsAll three groups showed a significant intra-group increase of EMGRMS (Pre vs. Post30 or Pre vs. Post60). However, there were no statistically significant differences between Post30 and Post60. The inter-group test (GADSC X GLIES X GCOMB) did not present significance when compared the instants Pre (p = 0.34), Post30 (p = 0.78) and Post60 (p = 0.64).ConclusionSome dogs recovered motor activity, expressed by the EMGRMS, in all groups, in pre vs. post (30 or 60 days) comparisons.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Neuroscience Letters",
title = "Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI",
pages = "38-45",
volume = "696",
doi = "10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004"
}
Krueger, E., Magri, L. M. S., Botelho, A. S., Bach, F. S., Rebellato, C. L. K., Fracaro, L., Fragoso, F. Y. I., Villanova, J. A., Brofman, P. R. S.,& Popović Maneski, L. (2019). Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI.
Neuroscience LettersElsevier., 696, 38-45.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004
Krueger E, Magri LMS, Botelho AS, Bach FS, Rebellato CLK, Fracaro L, Fragoso FYI, Villanova JA, Brofman PRS, Popović Maneski L. Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI. Neuroscience Letters. 2019;696:38-45
Krueger Eddy, Magri L. M. S., Botelho A. S., Bach F. S., Rebellato C. L. K., Fracaro L., Fragoso F. Y. I., Villanova J. A., Brofman P. R. S., Popović Maneski Lana, "Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI" 696 (2019):38-45,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004 .
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Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI

Krueger, Eddy; Magri, L. M. S.; Botelho, A. S.; Bach, F. S.; Rebellato, C. L. K.; Fracaro, L.; Fragoso, F. Y. I.; Villanova, J. A.; Brofman, P. R. S.; Popović Maneski, Lana

(Elsevier, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Krueger, Eddy
AU  - Magri, L. M. S.
AU  - Botelho, A. S.
AU  - Bach, F. S.
AU  - Rebellato, C. L. K.
AU  - Fracaro, L.
AU  - Fragoso, F. Y. I.
AU  - Villanova, J. A.
AU  - Brofman, P. R. S.
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394018308498
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4595
AB  - The application of low-intensity electrical stimulation (LIES) to neural tissue increases neurochemical factors responsible for regeneration as nerve growth factor. Stem cell (SC) therapy for patients with Spinal cord injury (SCI) promote some increase functional improvement.ObjectiveInvestigate the electromyographic response in paraplegic dogs undergoing LIES and SC transplantation.Methods27 dogs paraplegics with SCI were divided into three groups with different types of therapy. GADSC: two SC transplants (n = 9); GLIES: LIES (n = 8); GCOMB: two SC transplants and LIES (n = 10). Adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells (ADSCs) were transplanted by lumbar puncture in the amount of 1.2 × 106 cells/50 μL. Acupuncture needles positioned in the interspinous space were used for stimulation. The electrical stimulation was applied with a mean voltage ∼30 mV and four consecutive modulated frequencies (5 Hz, 10 Hz, 15 Hz and 20 Hz) within 5 min each. The patients motor performance was evaluated before (Pre) the procedure and after 30 (Post30) and 60 (Post60) days, from electromyography root mean square (EMGRMS) registered with subcutaneous electrodes in the vastus lateralis muscle, while the animals were in quadrupedal position.ResultsAll three groups showed a significant intra-group increase of EMGRMS (Pre vs. Post30 or Pre vs. Post60). However, there were no statistically significant differences between Post30 and Post60. The inter-group test (GADSC X GLIES X GCOMB) did not present significance when compared the instants Pre (p = 0.34), Post30 (p = 0.78) and Post60 (p = 0.64).ConclusionSome dogs recovered motor activity, expressed by the EMGRMS, in all groups, in pre vs. post (30 or 60 days) comparisons.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Neuroscience Letters
T1  - Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI
SP  - 38
EP  - 45
VL  - 696
DO  - 10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Krueger, Eddy and Magri, L. M. S. and Botelho, A. S. and Bach, F. S. and Rebellato, C. L. K. and Fracaro, L. and Fragoso, F. Y. I. and Villanova, J. A. and Brofman, P. R. S. and Popović Maneski, Lana",
year = "2019",
url = "http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394018308498, http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4595",
abstract = "The application of low-intensity electrical stimulation (LIES) to neural tissue increases neurochemical factors responsible for regeneration as nerve growth factor. Stem cell (SC) therapy for patients with Spinal cord injury (SCI) promote some increase functional improvement.ObjectiveInvestigate the electromyographic response in paraplegic dogs undergoing LIES and SC transplantation.Methods27 dogs paraplegics with SCI were divided into three groups with different types of therapy. GADSC: two SC transplants (n = 9); GLIES: LIES (n = 8); GCOMB: two SC transplants and LIES (n = 10). Adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells (ADSCs) were transplanted by lumbar puncture in the amount of 1.2 × 106 cells/50 μL. Acupuncture needles positioned in the interspinous space were used for stimulation. The electrical stimulation was applied with a mean voltage ∼30 mV and four consecutive modulated frequencies (5 Hz, 10 Hz, 15 Hz and 20 Hz) within 5 min each. The patients motor performance was evaluated before (Pre) the procedure and after 30 (Post30) and 60 (Post60) days, from electromyography root mean square (EMGRMS) registered with subcutaneous electrodes in the vastus lateralis muscle, while the animals were in quadrupedal position.ResultsAll three groups showed a significant intra-group increase of EMGRMS (Pre vs. Post30 or Pre vs. Post60). However, there were no statistically significant differences between Post30 and Post60. The inter-group test (GADSC X GLIES X GCOMB) did not present significance when compared the instants Pre (p = 0.34), Post30 (p = 0.78) and Post60 (p = 0.64).ConclusionSome dogs recovered motor activity, expressed by the EMGRMS, in all groups, in pre vs. post (30 or 60 days) comparisons.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Neuroscience Letters",
title = "Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI",
pages = "38-45",
volume = "696",
doi = "10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004"
}
Krueger, E., Magri, L. M. S., Botelho, A. S., Bach, F. S., Rebellato, C. L. K., Fracaro, L., Fragoso, F. Y. I., Villanova, J. A., Brofman, P. R. S.,& Popović Maneski, L. (2019). Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI.
Neuroscience LettersElsevier., 696, 38-45.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004
Krueger E, Magri LMS, Botelho AS, Bach FS, Rebellato CLK, Fracaro L, Fragoso FYI, Villanova JA, Brofman PRS, Popović Maneski L. Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI. Neuroscience Letters. 2019;696:38-45
Krueger Eddy, Magri L. M. S., Botelho A. S., Bach F. S., Rebellato C. L. K., Fracaro L., Fragoso F. Y. I., Villanova J. A., Brofman P. R. S., Popović Maneski Lana, "Effects of low-intensity electrical stimulation and adipose derived stem cells transplantation on the time-domain analysis-based electromyographic signals in dogs with SCI" 696 (2019):38-45,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2018.12.004 .
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EMG Map for Designing the Electrode Shape for Functional Electrical Therapy of Upper Extremities

Popović Maneski, Lana; Topalović, Ivan

(Springer International Publishing, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Topalović, Ivan
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4592
AB  - Achieving the functional grasp by electrical stimulation using surface electrodes is a demanding task. The innervations of muscles come via ulnar, radial and median nerves. The anatomy of nerve branches connecting various muscles in the forearm differs significantly between individuals. We hypothesize that the anatomical differences between the paretic and nonparetic arms are minimal. Based on this assumption we developed a method where the differences of muscle activities (EMG) between the healthy and paretic arms recorded by the 24-contact electrode within an array define the target zones to be stimulated on the affected forearm. We used special electrode where magnetic contacts allow simple change of the stimulation pads. The examiner positions the magnetic contact on the pads where the EMG differences are maximal. The stimulator delivers asynchronous stimulation to the selected pads. We proved that the method is working in stroke patients by measuring joint angles and the grasping force. © 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG.
PB  - Springer International Publishing
C3  - Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation III. ICNR 2018
T1  - EMG Map for Designing the Electrode Shape for Functional Electrical Therapy of Upper Extremities
SP  - 1003
EP  - 1007
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abstract = "Achieving the functional grasp by electrical stimulation using surface electrodes is a demanding task. The innervations of muscles come via ulnar, radial and median nerves. The anatomy of nerve branches connecting various muscles in the forearm differs significantly between individuals. We hypothesize that the anatomical differences between the paretic and nonparetic arms are minimal. Based on this assumption we developed a method where the differences of muscle activities (EMG) between the healthy and paretic arms recorded by the 24-contact electrode within an array define the target zones to be stimulated on the affected forearm. We used special electrode where magnetic contacts allow simple change of the stimulation pads. The examiner positions the magnetic contact on the pads where the EMG differences are maximal. The stimulator delivers asynchronous stimulation to the selected pads. We proved that the method is working in stroke patients by measuring joint angles and the grasping force. © 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG.",
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Popović Maneski, L.,& Topalović, I. (2019). EMG Map for Designing the Electrode Shape for Functional Electrical Therapy of Upper Extremities.
Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation III. ICNR 2018Springer International Publishing., 21, 1003-1007.
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_201
Popović Maneski L, Topalović I. EMG Map for Designing the Electrode Shape for Functional Electrical Therapy of Upper Extremities. Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation III. ICNR 2018. 2019;21:1003-1007
Popović Maneski Lana, Topalović Ivan, "EMG Map for Designing the Electrode Shape for Functional Electrical Therapy of Upper Extremities" 21 (2019):1003-1007,
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_201 .
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EMG Map for Designing the Electrode Shape for Functional Electrical Therapy of Upper Extremities

Popović Maneski, Lana; Topalović, Ivan

(Springer International Publishing, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Topalović, Ivan
PY  - 2019
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AB  - Achieving the functional grasp by electrical stimulation using surface electrodes is a demanding task. The innervations of muscles come via ulnar, radial and median nerves. The anatomy of nerve branches connecting various muscles in the forearm differs significantly between individuals. We hypothesize that the anatomical differences between the paretic and nonparetic arms are minimal. Based on this assumption we developed a method where the differences of muscle activities (EMG) between the healthy and paretic arms recorded by the 24-contact electrode within an array define the target zones to be stimulated on the affected forearm. We used special electrode where magnetic contacts allow simple change of the stimulation pads. The examiner positions the magnetic contact on the pads where the EMG differences are maximal. The stimulator delivers asynchronous stimulation to the selected pads. We proved that the method is working in stroke patients by measuring joint angles and the grasping force. © 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG.
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C3  - Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation III. ICNR 2018
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Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation III. ICNR 2018Springer International Publishing., 1003-1007.
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_201
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Popović Maneski Lana, Topalović Ivan, "EMG Map for Designing the Electrode Shape for Functional Electrical Therapy of Upper Extremities" (2019):1003-1007,
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_201 .
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Mechanomyography-Based Wearable Monitor of Quasi-Isometric Muscle Fatigue for Motor Neural Prostheses

Krueger, Eddy; Popović Maneski, Lana; Nohama, Percy

(Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Krueger, Eddy
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Nohama, Percy
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aor.12973
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4593
AB  - A motor neural prosthesis based on surface functional electrical stimulation (sFES) can restore functional movement (e.g., standing, walking) in patients with a spinal cord injury (SCI). sFES generates muscle contractions in antigravity muscles and allows balance-assisted standing. This induced standing has several benefits, such as improved cardiovascular function, decreased incidence of urinary infections, reduced joint contractures, and muscle atrophy. The duration of sFES assisted standing is limited due to the quick onset of muscle fatigue. Currently, there is no method available to reliably estimate real-time muscle fatigue during sFES. Simply monitoring the M-wave changes is not suitable due to the high signal disturbances that arise during multi-channel electrical stimulation. Mechanomyography (MMG) is immune to electrical stimulation artifacts and can be used to detect subtle vibrations on the surface of the skin related to activation of the underlying muscle's motor units (MU). The aim of this study was to develop a method for detecting muscle fatigue brought on by sFES. The method was tested in three different heads of the quadriceps muscle in SCI patients during electrically elicited quasi-isometric contraction. Six spinal cord–injured male volunteers, with no voluntary control of the quadriceps muscle participated in the study. Electrical bursts of voltage-controlled monophasic square pulses at frequencies of 1 kHz (50% duty cycle) at 50 Hz (15% duty cycle) were used to generate thigh muscle contractions that controlled the knee joint in the sagittal plane. The pulse amplitudes were set to position the knee joint at a 5° angle from the horizontal plane and when the knee angle dropped to 20° (e.g., the quadriceps were unable to hold the lower leg in the desired position), the test was terminated. Two data segments lasting 10 s each, at the beginning and end of each test, were analyzed. The muscle contraction was assessed by MMG sensors positioned on the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, and vastus medialis muscles. Data segments were decomposed into 11 frequency bands using a Cauchy wavelet transform. In the initial time interval (non-fatigued muscle), the power peak was concentrated in the 11.31 Hz frequency band. In the final interval (muscle fatigued) this peak shifted to lower frequencies (2 and 6 Hz frequency bands). The decreased frequency was most prominent during the last 4 s of the recordings. It was shown that MMG could be used as a real-time indicator of muscle fatigue during FES-induced isometric contraction of quadriceps; hence, MMG could be used in closed-loop control as a fatigue detector. Subsequent studies for non-isometric contractions could possibly lead to prediction of muscle fatigue before contractile failure during functional use of the muscle.
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https://doi.org/10.1111/aor.12973 .
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Mechanomyography-Based Wearable Monitor of Quasi-Isometric Muscle Fatigue for Motor Neural Prostheses

Krueger, Eddy; Popović Maneski, Lana; Nohama, Percy

(Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Krueger, Eddy
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Nohama, Percy
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aor.12973
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4716
AB  - A motor neural prosthesis based on surface functional electrical stimulation (sFES) can restore functional movement (e.g., standing, walking) in patients with a spinal cord injury (SCI). sFES generates muscle contractions in antigravity muscles and allows balance-assisted standing. This induced standing has several benefits, such as improved cardiovascular function, decreased incidence of urinary infections, reduced joint contractures, and muscle atrophy. The duration of sFES assisted standing is limited due to the quick onset of muscle fatigue. Currently, there is no method available to reliably estimate real-time muscle fatigue during sFES. Simply monitoring the M-wave changes is not suitable due to the high signal disturbances that arise during multi-channel electrical stimulation. Mechanomyography (MMG) is immune to electrical stimulation artifacts and can be used to detect subtle vibrations on the surface of the skin related to activation of the underlying muscle's motor units (MU). The aim of this study was to develop a method for detecting muscle fatigue brought on by sFES. The method was tested in three different heads of the quadriceps muscle in SCI patients during electrically elicited quasi-isometric contraction. Six spinal cord–injured male volunteers, with no voluntary control of the quadriceps muscle participated in the study. Electrical bursts of voltage-controlled monophasic square pulses at frequencies of 1 kHz (50% duty cycle) at 50 Hz (15% duty cycle) were used to generate thigh muscle contractions that controlled the knee joint in the sagittal plane. The pulse amplitudes were set to position the knee joint at a 5° angle from the horizontal plane and when the knee angle dropped to 20° (e.g., the quadriceps were unable to hold the lower leg in the desired position), the test was terminated. Two data segments lasting 10 s each, at the beginning and end of each test, were analyzed. The muscle contraction was assessed by MMG sensors positioned on the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, and vastus medialis muscles. Data segments were decomposed into 11 frequency bands using a Cauchy wavelet transform. In the initial time interval (non-fatigued muscle), the power peak was concentrated in the 11.31 Hz frequency band. In the final interval (muscle fatigued) this peak shifted to lower frequencies (2 and 6 Hz frequency bands). The decreased frequency was most prominent during the last 4 s of the recordings. It was shown that MMG could be used as a real-time indicator of muscle fatigue during FES-induced isometric contraction of quadriceps; hence, MMG could be used in closed-loop control as a fatigue detector. Subsequent studies for non-isometric contractions could possibly lead to prediction of muscle fatigue before contractile failure during functional use of the muscle.
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ER  - 
@article{
author = "Krueger, Eddy and Popović Maneski, Lana and Nohama, Percy",
year = "2018",
url = "https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aor.12973, http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4716",
abstract = "A motor neural prosthesis based on surface functional electrical stimulation (sFES) can restore functional movement (e.g., standing, walking) in patients with a spinal cord injury (SCI). sFES generates muscle contractions in antigravity muscles and allows balance-assisted standing. This induced standing has several benefits, such as improved cardiovascular function, decreased incidence of urinary infections, reduced joint contractures, and muscle atrophy. The duration of sFES assisted standing is limited due to the quick onset of muscle fatigue. Currently, there is no method available to reliably estimate real-time muscle fatigue during sFES. Simply monitoring the M-wave changes is not suitable due to the high signal disturbances that arise during multi-channel electrical stimulation. Mechanomyography (MMG) is immune to electrical stimulation artifacts and can be used to detect subtle vibrations on the surface of the skin related to activation of the underlying muscle's motor units (MU). The aim of this study was to develop a method for detecting muscle fatigue brought on by sFES. The method was tested in three different heads of the quadriceps muscle in SCI patients during electrically elicited quasi-isometric contraction. Six spinal cord–injured male volunteers, with no voluntary control of the quadriceps muscle participated in the study. Electrical bursts of voltage-controlled monophasic square pulses at frequencies of 1 kHz (50% duty cycle) at 50 Hz (15% duty cycle) were used to generate thigh muscle contractions that controlled the knee joint in the sagittal plane. The pulse amplitudes were set to position the knee joint at a 5° angle from the horizontal plane and when the knee angle dropped to 20° (e.g., the quadriceps were unable to hold the lower leg in the desired position), the test was terminated. Two data segments lasting 10 s each, at the beginning and end of each test, were analyzed. The muscle contraction was assessed by MMG sensors positioned on the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, and vastus medialis muscles. Data segments were decomposed into 11 frequency bands using a Cauchy wavelet transform. In the initial time interval (non-fatigued muscle), the power peak was concentrated in the 11.31 Hz frequency band. In the final interval (muscle fatigued) this peak shifted to lower frequencies (2 and 6 Hz frequency bands). The decreased frequency was most prominent during the last 4 s of the recordings. It was shown that MMG could be used as a real-time indicator of muscle fatigue during FES-induced isometric contraction of quadriceps; hence, MMG could be used in closed-loop control as a fatigue detector. Subsequent studies for non-isometric contractions could possibly lead to prediction of muscle fatigue before contractile failure during functional use of the muscle.",
publisher = "Wiley Periodicals, Inc.",
journal = "Artificial Organs",
title = "Mechanomyography-Based Wearable Monitor of Quasi-Isometric Muscle Fatigue for Motor Neural Prostheses",
pages = "208-218",
volume = "42",
number = "2",
doi = "10.1111/aor.12973"
}
Krueger, E., Popović Maneski, L.,& Nohama, P. (2018). Mechanomyography-Based Wearable Monitor of Quasi-Isometric Muscle Fatigue for Motor Neural Prostheses.
Artificial OrgansWiley Periodicals, Inc.., 42(2), 208-218.
https://doi.org/10.1111/aor.12973
Krueger E, Popović Maneski L, Nohama P. Mechanomyography-Based Wearable Monitor of Quasi-Isometric Muscle Fatigue for Motor Neural Prostheses. Artificial Organs. 2018;42(2):208-218
Krueger Eddy, Popović Maneski Lana, Nohama Percy, "Mechanomyography-Based Wearable Monitor of Quasi-Isometric Muscle Fatigue for Motor Neural Prostheses" 42, no. 2 (2018):208-218,
https://doi.org/10.1111/aor.12973 .
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Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?

Čobeljić, Radoje D.; Ribarič-Jankes, Ksenija; Aleksić, Antonina; Popović Maneski, Lana; Schwirtlich, Laszlo B.; Popović, Dejan B.

(Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Čobeljić, Radoje D.
AU  - Ribarič-Jankes, Ksenija
AU  - Aleksić, Antonina
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Schwirtlich, Laszlo B.
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://insights.ovid.com/pubmed?pmid=29889116
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4665
AB  - The aim of this study was to determine changes in clinical and biomechanical measures of spasticity after administering galvanic vestibular stimulation in patients with a complete spinal cord injury (SCI). The spasticity in the lower limbs was assessed using the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test in seven SCI patients (grade A on the Asia Impairment Scale) before (0-), immediately after (0+), and at 5 and 30 min after the real versus sham galvanic vestibular stimulation (15 s each, anode over the right mastoid). Overall, the changes in spasticity were not significantly different between the real and sham galvanic vestibular stimulation. However, the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test indicated a reduction in spasticity in two out of seven patients. The results suggest that galvanic vestibular stimulation may modify spasticity in some patients with complete SCI, presumably through the residual vestibulospinal influences. Future studies should determine clinical and neurophysiological profiles of responders versus nonresponders and optimize parameters of galvanic vestibular stimulation. © 2018 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc.
PB  - Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
T2  - International Journal of Rehabilitation Research
T1  - Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?
SP  - 251
EP  - 257
VL  - 41
IS  - 3
DO  - 10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Čobeljić, Radoje D. and Ribarič-Jankes, Ksenija and Aleksić, Antonina and Popović Maneski, Lana and Schwirtlich, Laszlo B. and Popović, Dejan B.",
year = "2018",
url = "https://insights.ovid.com/pubmed?pmid=29889116, http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4665",
abstract = "The aim of this study was to determine changes in clinical and biomechanical measures of spasticity after administering galvanic vestibular stimulation in patients with a complete spinal cord injury (SCI). The spasticity in the lower limbs was assessed using the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test in seven SCI patients (grade A on the Asia Impairment Scale) before (0-), immediately after (0+), and at 5 and 30 min after the real versus sham galvanic vestibular stimulation (15 s each, anode over the right mastoid). Overall, the changes in spasticity were not significantly different between the real and sham galvanic vestibular stimulation. However, the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test indicated a reduction in spasticity in two out of seven patients. The results suggest that galvanic vestibular stimulation may modify spasticity in some patients with complete SCI, presumably through the residual vestibulospinal influences. Future studies should determine clinical and neurophysiological profiles of responders versus nonresponders and optimize parameters of galvanic vestibular stimulation. © 2018 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc.",
publisher = "Lippincott Williams and Wilkins",
journal = "International Journal of Rehabilitation Research",
title = "Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?",
pages = "251-257",
volume = "41",
number = "3",
doi = "10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297"
}
Čobeljić, R. D., Ribarič-Jankes, K., Aleksić, A., Popović Maneski, L., Schwirtlich, L. B.,& Popović, D. B. (2018). Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?.
International Journal of Rehabilitation ResearchLippincott Williams and Wilkins., 41(3), 251-257.
https://doi.org/10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297
Čobeljić RD, Ribarič-Jankes K, Aleksić A, Popović Maneski L, Schwirtlich LB, Popović DB. Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research. 2018;41(3):251-257
Čobeljić Radoje D., Ribarič-Jankes Ksenija, Aleksić Antonina, Popović Maneski Lana, Schwirtlich Laszlo B., Popović Dejan B., "Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?" 41, no. 3 (2018):251-257,
https://doi.org/10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297 .
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Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?

Čobeljić, Radoje D.; Ribarič-Jankes, Ksenija; Aleksić, Antonina; Popović Maneski, Lana; Schwirtlich, Laszlo B.; Popović, Dejan B.

(Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Čobeljić, Radoje D.
AU  - Ribarič-Jankes, Ksenija
AU  - Aleksić, Antonina
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Schwirtlich, Laszlo B.
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/3695
UR  - https://insights.ovid.com/pubmed?pmid=29889116
AB  - The aim of this study was to determine changes in clinical and biomechanical measures of spasticity after administering galvanic vestibular stimulation in patients with a complete spinal cord injury (SCI). The spasticity in the lower limbs was assessed using the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test in seven SCI patients (grade A on the Asia Impairment Scale) before (0-), immediately after (0+), and at 5 and 30 min after the real versus sham galvanic vestibular stimulation (15 s each, anode over the right mastoid). Overall, the changes in spasticity were not significantly different between the real and sham galvanic vestibular stimulation. However, the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test indicated a reduction in spasticity in two out of seven patients. The results suggest that galvanic vestibular stimulation may modify spasticity in some patients with complete SCI, presumably through the residual vestibulospinal influences. Future studies should determine clinical and neurophysiological profiles of responders versus nonresponders and optimize parameters of galvanic vestibular stimulation. © 2018 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc.
PB  - Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
T2  - International Journal of Rehabilitation Research
T1  - Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?
SP  - 251
EP  - 257
VL  - 41
IS  - 3
DO  - 10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Čobeljić, Radoje D. and Ribarič-Jankes, Ksenija and Aleksić, Antonina and Popović Maneski, Lana and Schwirtlich, Laszlo B. and Popović, Dejan B.",
year = "2018",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/3695, https://insights.ovid.com/pubmed?pmid=29889116",
abstract = "The aim of this study was to determine changes in clinical and biomechanical measures of spasticity after administering galvanic vestibular stimulation in patients with a complete spinal cord injury (SCI). The spasticity in the lower limbs was assessed using the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test in seven SCI patients (grade A on the Asia Impairment Scale) before (0-), immediately after (0+), and at 5 and 30 min after the real versus sham galvanic vestibular stimulation (15 s each, anode over the right mastoid). Overall, the changes in spasticity were not significantly different between the real and sham galvanic vestibular stimulation. However, the Modified Ashworth Scale and the pendulum test indicated a reduction in spasticity in two out of seven patients. The results suggest that galvanic vestibular stimulation may modify spasticity in some patients with complete SCI, presumably through the residual vestibulospinal influences. Future studies should determine clinical and neurophysiological profiles of responders versus nonresponders and optimize parameters of galvanic vestibular stimulation. © 2018 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc.",
publisher = "Lippincott Williams and Wilkins",
journal = "International Journal of Rehabilitation Research",
title = "Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?",
pages = "251-257",
volume = "41",
number = "3",
doi = "10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297"
}
Čobeljić, R. D., Ribarič-Jankes, K., Aleksić, A., Popović Maneski, L., Schwirtlich, L. B.,& Popović, D. B. (2018). Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?.
International Journal of Rehabilitation ResearchLippincott Williams and Wilkins., 41(3), 251-257.
https://doi.org/10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297
Čobeljić RD, Ribarič-Jankes K, Aleksić A, Popović Maneski L, Schwirtlich LB, Popović DB. Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research. 2018;41(3):251-257
Čobeljić Radoje D., Ribarič-Jankes Ksenija, Aleksić Antonina, Popović Maneski Lana, Schwirtlich Laszlo B., Popović Dejan B., "Does galvanic vestibular stimulation decrease spasticity in clinically complete spinal cord injury?" 41, no. 3 (2018):251-257,
https://doi.org/10.1097/MRR.0000000000000297 .
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The assessment of spasticity: Pendulum test based smart phone movie of passive markers

Aleksić, Antonina; Graovac, Stevica; Popović Maneski, Lana; Popović, Dejan B.

(Kragujevac : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Science, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Aleksić, Antonina
AU  - Graovac, Stevica
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/3744
AB  - The pendulum test is the method for quantification of the level of spasticity in persons with spinal cord and brain injuries/diseases. The data for the assessment comes from the analysis of lower leg rotation in the sagittal plane while sitting caused by gravity. We built a simple instrument that uses the smart phone and passive markers for studying the pendulum movement of the leg. We compared the results of the new device with the results acquired with the conventional apparatus which uses a knee joint angle encoder and inertial sensors mounted on the upper and lower leg. The differences of parameters estimated from the test between the two systems are in the range of 5%, which is in the same range as the precision of the positioning of the pendulum apparatus on the leg. The new system is simple for the application (donning, doffing, setup time, accuracy, repeatability) and allows a straightforward interpretation to a clinician. © Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering. 2018.
PB  - Kragujevac : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Science
T2  - Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering
T1  - The assessment of spasticity: Pendulum test based smart phone movie of passive markers
SP  - 29
EP  - 39
VL  - 15
IS  - 1
DO  - 10.2298/SJEE1801029A
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Aleksić, Antonina and Graovac, Stevica and Popović Maneski, Lana and Popović, Dejan B.",
year = "2018",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/3744",
abstract = "The pendulum test is the method for quantification of the level of spasticity in persons with spinal cord and brain injuries/diseases. The data for the assessment comes from the analysis of lower leg rotation in the sagittal plane while sitting caused by gravity. We built a simple instrument that uses the smart phone and passive markers for studying the pendulum movement of the leg. We compared the results of the new device with the results acquired with the conventional apparatus which uses a knee joint angle encoder and inertial sensors mounted on the upper and lower leg. The differences of parameters estimated from the test between the two systems are in the range of 5%, which is in the same range as the precision of the positioning of the pendulum apparatus on the leg. The new system is simple for the application (donning, doffing, setup time, accuracy, repeatability) and allows a straightforward interpretation to a clinician. © Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering. 2018.",
publisher = "Kragujevac : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Science",
journal = "Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering",
title = "The assessment of spasticity: Pendulum test based smart phone movie of passive markers",
pages = "29-39",
volume = "15",
number = "1",
doi = "10.2298/SJEE1801029A"
}
Aleksić, A., Graovac, S., Popović Maneski, L.,& Popović, D. B. (2018). The assessment of spasticity: Pendulum test based smart phone movie of passive markers.
Serbian Journal of Electrical EngineeringKragujevac : University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Science., 15(1), 29-39.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SJEE1801029A
Aleksić A, Graovac S, Popović Maneski L, Popović DB. The assessment of spasticity: Pendulum test based smart phone movie of passive markers. Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering. 2018;15(1):29-39
Aleksić Antonina, Graovac Stevica, Popović Maneski Lana, Popović Dejan B., "The assessment of spasticity: Pendulum test based smart phone movie of passive markers" 15, no. 1 (2018):29-39,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SJEE1801029A .
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Functional electrical stimulation for pedaling : the impact of chronic external activation of paralyzed muscles after a spinal cord lesion

Popović Maneski, Lana

(Osijek : Znanstvena jedinica za kliničko-medicinska istraživanja, Klinička bolnica Osijek, 2018)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=295157
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4594
PB  - Osijek : Znanstvena jedinica za kliničko-medicinska istraživanja, Klinička bolnica Osijek
C3  - Medicinski vjesnik
T1  - Functional electrical stimulation for pedaling : the impact of chronic external activation of paralyzed muscles after a spinal cord lesion
SP  - 64
EP  - 65
VL  - 50
IS  - (Suppl. 1)
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana",
year = "2018",
url = "https://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=295157, http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4594",
publisher = "Osijek : Znanstvena jedinica za kliničko-medicinska istraživanja, Klinička bolnica Osijek",
journal = "Medicinski vjesnik",
title = "Functional electrical stimulation for pedaling : the impact of chronic external activation of paralyzed muscles after a spinal cord lesion",
pages = "64-65",
volume = "50",
number = "(Suppl. 1)"
}
Popović Maneski, L. (2018). Functional electrical stimulation for pedaling : the impact of chronic external activation of paralyzed muscles after a spinal cord lesion.
Medicinski vjesnikOsijek : Znanstvena jedinica za kliničko-medicinska istraživanja, Klinička bolnica Osijek., 50((Suppl. 1)), 64-65.
Popović Maneski L. Functional electrical stimulation for pedaling : the impact of chronic external activation of paralyzed muscles after a spinal cord lesion. Medicinski vjesnik. 2018;50((Suppl. 1)):64-65
Popović Maneski Lana, "Functional electrical stimulation for pedaling : the impact of chronic external activation of paralyzed muscles after a spinal cord lesion" 50, no. (Suppl. 1) (2018):64-65

Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy

Popović Maneski, Lana; Aleksić, Antonina; Metani, Amine; Bergeron, Vance; Čobeljić, Radoje; Popović, Dejan B.

(IEEE, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Aleksić, Antonina
AU  - Metani, Amine
AU  - Bergeron, Vance
AU  - Čobeljić, Radoje
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4653
AB  - Increased muscle tone and exaggerated tendon reflexes characterize most of the individuals after a spinal cord injury (SCI). We estimated seven parameters from the pendulum test and used them to compare with the Ashworth modified scale of spasticity grades in three populations (retrospective study) to assess their spasticity. Three ASIA B SCI patients who exercised on a stationary FES bicycle formed group F, six ASIA B SCI patients who received only conventional therapy were in the group C, and six healthy individuals constituted the group H. The parameters from the pendulum test were used to form a single measure, termed the PT score, for each subject. The pendulum test parameters show differences between the F and C groups, but not between the F and H groups, however, statistical significance was limited due to the small study size. Results show a small deviation from the mean for all parameters in the F group and substantial deviations from the mean for the parameters in the C group. PT scores show significant differences between the F and C groups and the C and H groups and no differences between the F and C groups. The correlation between the PT score and Ashworth score was 0.88. © 2017 IEEE.
PB  - IEEE
T2  - IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
T1  - Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy
SP  - 181
EP  - 187
VL  - 26
IS  - 1
DO  - 10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Aleksić, Antonina and Metani, Amine and Bergeron, Vance and Čobeljić, Radoje and Popović, Dejan B.",
year = "2018",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/4653",
abstract = "Increased muscle tone and exaggerated tendon reflexes characterize most of the individuals after a spinal cord injury (SCI). We estimated seven parameters from the pendulum test and used them to compare with the Ashworth modified scale of spasticity grades in three populations (retrospective study) to assess their spasticity. Three ASIA B SCI patients who exercised on a stationary FES bicycle formed group F, six ASIA B SCI patients who received only conventional therapy were in the group C, and six healthy individuals constituted the group H. The parameters from the pendulum test were used to form a single measure, termed the PT score, for each subject. The pendulum test parameters show differences between the F and C groups, but not between the F and H groups, however, statistical significance was limited due to the small study size. Results show a small deviation from the mean for all parameters in the F group and substantial deviations from the mean for the parameters in the C group. PT scores show significant differences between the F and C groups and the C and H groups and no differences between the F and C groups. The correlation between the PT score and Ashworth score was 0.88. © 2017 IEEE.",
publisher = "IEEE",
journal = "IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering",
title = "Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy",
pages = "181-187",
volume = "26",
number = "1",
doi = "10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466"
}
Popović Maneski, L., Aleksić, A., Metani, A., Bergeron, V., Čobeljić, R.,& Popović, D. B. (2018). Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy.
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation EngineeringIEEE., 26(1), 181-187.
https://doi.org/10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466
Popović Maneski L, Aleksić A, Metani A, Bergeron V, Čobeljić R, Popović DB. Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. 2018;26(1):181-187
Popović Maneski Lana, Aleksić Antonina, Metani Amine, Bergeron Vance, Čobeljić Radoje, Popović Dejan B., "Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy" 26, no. 1 (2018):181-187,
https://doi.org/10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466 .
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Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy

Popović Maneski, Lana; Aleksić, Antonina; Metani, Amine; Bergeron, Vance; Čobeljić, Radoje; Popović, Dejan B.

(IEEE, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Aleksić, Antonina
AU  - Metani, Amine
AU  - Bergeron, Vance
AU  - Čobeljić, Radoje
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/3752
AB  - Increased muscle tone and exaggerated tendon reflexes characterize most of the individuals after a spinal cord injury (SCI). We estimated seven parameters from the pendulum test and used them to compare with the Ashworth modified scale of spasticity grades in three populations (retrospective study) to assess their spasticity. Three ASIA B SCI patients who exercised on a stationary FES bicycle formed group F, six ASIA B SCI patients who received only conventional therapy were in the group C, and six healthy individuals constituted the group H. The parameters from the pendulum test were used to form a single measure, termed the PT score, for each subject. The pendulum test parameters show differences between the F and C groups, but not between the F and H groups, however, statistical significance was limited due to the small study size. Results show a small deviation from the mean for all parameters in the F group and substantial deviations from the mean for the parameters in the C group. PT scores show significant differences between the F and C groups and the C and H groups and no differences between the F and C groups. The correlation between the PT score and Ashworth score was 0.88. © 2017 IEEE.
PB  - IEEE
T2  - IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
T1  - Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy
SP  - 181
EP  - 187
VL  - 26
IS  - 1
DO  - 10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Aleksić, Antonina and Metani, Amine and Bergeron, Vance and Čobeljić, Radoje and Popović, Dejan B.",
year = "2018",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/3752",
abstract = "Increased muscle tone and exaggerated tendon reflexes characterize most of the individuals after a spinal cord injury (SCI). We estimated seven parameters from the pendulum test and used them to compare with the Ashworth modified scale of spasticity grades in three populations (retrospective study) to assess their spasticity. Three ASIA B SCI patients who exercised on a stationary FES bicycle formed group F, six ASIA B SCI patients who received only conventional therapy were in the group C, and six healthy individuals constituted the group H. The parameters from the pendulum test were used to form a single measure, termed the PT score, for each subject. The pendulum test parameters show differences between the F and C groups, but not between the F and H groups, however, statistical significance was limited due to the small study size. Results show a small deviation from the mean for all parameters in the F group and substantial deviations from the mean for the parameters in the C group. PT scores show significant differences between the F and C groups and the C and H groups and no differences between the F and C groups. The correlation between the PT score and Ashworth score was 0.88. © 2017 IEEE.",
publisher = "IEEE",
journal = "IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering",
title = "Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy",
pages = "181-187",
volume = "26",
number = "1",
doi = "10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466"
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Popović Maneski, L., Aleksić, A., Metani, A., Bergeron, V., Čobeljić, R.,& Popović, D. B. (2018). Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy.
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation EngineeringIEEE., 26(1), 181-187.
https://doi.org/10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466
Popović Maneski L, Aleksić A, Metani A, Bergeron V, Čobeljić R, Popović DB. Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. 2018;26(1):181-187
Popović Maneski Lana, Aleksić Antonina, Metani Amine, Bergeron Vance, Čobeljić Radoje, Popović Dejan B., "Assessment of Spasticity by a Pendulum Test in SCI Patients Who Exercise FES Cycling or Receive only Conventional Therapy" 26, no. 1 (2018):181-187,
https://doi.org/10.1109/TNSRE.2017.2771466 .
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Application of multiparametric cardiac measurement system in ejection fraction calculation

Miletić, Marjan; Ivanović, Marija D.; Popović Maneski, Lana; Bojović, Boško

(Belgrade : Institute of Physics Belgrade, 2017)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Miletić, Marjan
AU  - Ivanović, Marija D.
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Bojović, Boško
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/15422
AB  - Ejection fraction (EF) is the most used parameter for characterisation of Heart Failure (HF) condition. EF is commonly calculated using echocardiography, which is an expensive non–invasive method and not used in primary healthcare. Systolic time intervals (STI) represent a non-invasive and inexpensive method for determination of EF[1, 2]. Heart failure (HF) is the single most expensive diagnosis in medicine. 2–3% of adult population in developed countries have HF diagnosis. It is not detectable by ECG test and it is commonly detected in a late stage, when the process is irreversible [2-5]. In this paper, a multiparametric cardiac measurement system for determination of STI is presented. Measurement system consists of sensors for simultaneous acquisition of electrocardiographic (ECG), phonocardiographic (PCG), photopletysmographic (PPG) and cardiovascular (CV) pulsation signals. CV pulsation signals are measured by long period grating (LPG) fiber-optic sensors[6]. Two non-invasive methods for measuring systolic time intervals (STI) were applied on a set of 6 healthy volunteers, based on ECG, PCG and CV pulsation signals. CV pulsation signals were measured on carotide arthery with PPG and LPG sensors. In the first method, EF was calculated from the obtained STI signals, using CV carotide pulsations measured with the PPG sensor, giving EF values in the range from 0.60 to 0.68, with maximal standard deviation of 0.05. In the second method, EF was obtained using CV carotide pulsations measured with LPG sensor, giving EF values in the range from 0.60 to 0.66, with maximal standard deviation 0.06. Calculated values of EF with both methods were in the 0.55 to 0.75 range which corresponds to normal EF range in healthy individuals.
PB  - Belgrade : Institute of Physics Belgrade
C3  - Abstracts of Tutorial, Keynote, Invited Lectures, Progress Reports and Contributed Papers of the Sixth International School and Conference on Photonics PHOTONICA2017, 28 August – 1 September 2017, Belgrade Serbia
T1  - Application of multiparametric cardiac measurement system in ejection fraction calculation
SP  - 112
EP  - 112
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Miletić, Marjan and Ivanović, Marija D. and Popović Maneski, Lana and Bojović, Boško",
year = "2017",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/15422",
abstract = "Ejection fraction (EF) is the most used parameter for characterisation of Heart Failure (HF) condition. EF is commonly calculated using echocardiography, which is an expensive non–invasive method and not used in primary healthcare. Systolic time intervals (STI) represent a non-invasive and inexpensive method for determination of EF[1, 2]. Heart failure (HF) is the single most expensive diagnosis in medicine. 2–3% of adult population in developed countries have HF diagnosis. It is not detectable by ECG test and it is commonly detected in a late stage, when the process is irreversible [2-5]. In this paper, a multiparametric cardiac measurement system for determination of STI is presented. Measurement system consists of sensors for simultaneous acquisition of electrocardiographic (ECG), phonocardiographic (PCG), photopletysmographic (PPG) and cardiovascular (CV) pulsation signals. CV pulsation signals are measured by long period grating (LPG) fiber-optic sensors[6]. Two non-invasive methods for measuring systolic time intervals (STI) were applied on a set of 6 healthy volunteers, based on ECG, PCG and CV pulsation signals. CV pulsation signals were measured on carotide arthery with PPG and LPG sensors. In the first method, EF was calculated from the obtained STI signals, using CV carotide pulsations measured with the PPG sensor, giving EF values in the range from 0.60 to 0.68, with maximal standard deviation of 0.05. In the second method, EF was obtained using CV carotide pulsations measured with LPG sensor, giving EF values in the range from 0.60 to 0.66, with maximal standard deviation 0.06. Calculated values of EF with both methods were in the 0.55 to 0.75 range which corresponds to normal EF range in healthy individuals.",
publisher = "Belgrade : Institute of Physics Belgrade",
journal = "Abstracts of Tutorial, Keynote, Invited Lectures, Progress Reports and Contributed Papers of the Sixth International School and Conference on Photonics PHOTONICA2017, 28 August – 1 September 2017, Belgrade Serbia",
title = "Application of multiparametric cardiac measurement system in ejection fraction calculation",
pages = "112-112"
}
Miletić, M., Ivanović, M. D., Popović Maneski, L.,& Bojović, B. (2017). Application of multiparametric cardiac measurement system in ejection fraction calculation.
Abstracts of Tutorial, Keynote, Invited Lectures, Progress Reports and Contributed Papers of the Sixth International School and Conference on Photonics PHOTONICA2017, 28 August – 1 September 2017, Belgrade SerbiaBelgrade : Institute of Physics Belgrade., 112-112.
Miletić M, Ivanović MD, Popović Maneski L, Bojović B. Application of multiparametric cardiac measurement system in ejection fraction calculation. Abstracts of Tutorial, Keynote, Invited Lectures, Progress Reports and Contributed Papers of the Sixth International School and Conference on Photonics PHOTONICA2017, 28 August – 1 September 2017, Belgrade Serbia. 2017;:112-112
Miletić Marjan, Ivanović Marija D., Popović Maneski Lana, Bojović Boško, "Application of multiparametric cardiac measurement system in ejection fraction calculation" (2017):112-112

Functional electrical stimulation cycling strategies tested during preparation for the First Cybathlon Competition – a practical report from team ENS de Lyon

Metani, Amine; Popović Maneski, Lana; Mateo, Sebastien; Lemahieu, Laura; Bergeron, Vance

(Pavia : PAGEPress, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Metani, Amine
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Mateo, Sebastien
AU  - Lemahieu, Laura
AU  - Bergeron, Vance
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/2333
AB  - Whether it is from the patient’s or the physical therapist’s point of view, FES cycling can be considered either as a recreational activity, or an engaging rehabilitation tool. In both cases, it keeps patients with lower-limb paralysis motivated to sustain a regular physical activity. Thus, it is not surprising that it was selected as one of the six disciplines of the first Cybathlon competition held on October 8, 2016. However, many unresolved issues prevent FES cycling from being an activity practiced outdoors on a daily basis; such as, low power production, rapid muscle fatigue, precise electrode positioning, lack of systematic procedures to determine stimulation patterns, and the difficulty of transferring disabled riders from their wheelchair to the tricycle. This article documents the challenges we faced during preparation for the Cybathlon 2016 FES cycling race, and provides results obtained during different phases of the process. A particular specificity of our team was that, unlike most other teams where pilots were mainly paraplegic, both the primary and backup pilots for team ENS de Lyon are C6/C7 tetraplegics, with neither voluntary control of their abdominal muscles nor hand grip, and only partial use of their arms.
PB  - Pavia : PAGEPress
T2  - European Journal of Translational Myology
T1  - Functional electrical stimulation cycling strategies tested during preparation for the First Cybathlon Competition – a practical report from team ENS de Lyon
SP  - 279
EP  - 288
VL  - 27
IS  - 4
DO  - 10.4081/ejtm.2017.7110
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Metani, Amine and Popović Maneski, Lana and Mateo, Sebastien and Lemahieu, Laura and Bergeron, Vance",
year = "2017",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/2333",
abstract = "Whether it is from the patient’s or the physical therapist’s point of view, FES cycling can be considered either as a recreational activity, or an engaging rehabilitation tool. In both cases, it keeps patients with lower-limb paralysis motivated to sustain a regular physical activity. Thus, it is not surprising that it was selected as one of the six disciplines of the first Cybathlon competition held on October 8, 2016. However, many unresolved issues prevent FES cycling from being an activity practiced outdoors on a daily basis; such as, low power production, rapid muscle fatigue, precise electrode positioning, lack of systematic procedures to determine stimulation patterns, and the difficulty of transferring disabled riders from their wheelchair to the tricycle. This article documents the challenges we faced during preparation for the Cybathlon 2016 FES cycling race, and provides results obtained during different phases of the process. A particular specificity of our team was that, unlike most other teams where pilots were mainly paraplegic, both the primary and backup pilots for team ENS de Lyon are C6/C7 tetraplegics, with neither voluntary control of their abdominal muscles nor hand grip, and only partial use of their arms.",
publisher = "Pavia : PAGEPress",
journal = "European Journal of Translational Myology",
title = "Functional electrical stimulation cycling strategies tested during preparation for the First Cybathlon Competition – a practical report from team ENS de Lyon",
pages = "279-288",
volume = "27",
number = "4",
doi = "10.4081/ejtm.2017.7110"
}
Metani, A., Popović Maneski, L., Mateo, S., Lemahieu, L.,& Bergeron, V. (2017). Functional electrical stimulation cycling strategies tested during preparation for the First Cybathlon Competition – a practical report from team ENS de Lyon.
European Journal of Translational MyologyPavia : PAGEPress., 27(4), 279-288.
https://doi.org/10.4081/ejtm.2017.7110
Metani A, Popović Maneski L, Mateo S, Lemahieu L, Bergeron V. Functional electrical stimulation cycling strategies tested during preparation for the First Cybathlon Competition – a practical report from team ENS de Lyon. European Journal of Translational Myology. 2017;27(4):279-288
Metani Amine, Popović Maneski Lana, Mateo Sebastien, Lemahieu Laura, Bergeron Vance, "Functional electrical stimulation cycling strategies tested during preparation for the First Cybathlon Competition – a practical report from team ENS de Lyon" 27, no. 4 (2017):279-288,
https://doi.org/10.4081/ejtm.2017.7110 .
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A new method and instrumentation for analyzing spasticity

Popović Maneski, Lana; Aleksić, Antonina; Čobeljić, Radoje; Bajd, Tadej; Popović, Dejan B.

(Hong Kong : IETI, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Aleksić, Antonina
AU  - Čobeljić, Radoje
AU  - Bajd, Tadej
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/2360
UR  - http://ieti.net/TES/2017V1I103.html
AB  - The assessment of spasticity is an important indicator of the course of the recovery in humans with central nervous system lesion. This recovery may be augmented by optimal ergonomic design of wheelchairs, beds, transferring devices and other devices used in activities of daily life. To quantify the influence of different aids and methods in reduction or increase of spasticity, an objective measure is required. The pendulum test was introduced to induce the stretch of the muscle, thereby, trigger spastic response, and the amplitudes of first sinusoidal movements are used as the measure of spasticity. We present a new model of the lower leg during the pendulum test which includes the nonlinear characteristics of the muscles, and a model of the shank and foot that are customized to the patient. The spastic torque component is calculated based on acquired values of angular acceleration, angular velocity, and angle. We developed a new analysis methodology and tool to describe the level and course of reflexive behavior. We describe the instrumentation for data acquisition. The kinematics is captured by two accelerometers, one gyroscope, and a Hall-effect joint angle encoder. Muscle activities of prime knee flexors and extensors are synchronously recorded. The simulation uses user's particular inertial parameters and data from repeated pendulum movements of the lower leg and outputs the reflexive torque. We developed the user-friendly software in MatLab for the analysis of data recorded with the new instrument. We present the application of the method in representative healthy subject and two spastic SCI patients. The main finding is that this method allows distinction between the flexion and extensions types of spasticity and the level of reflexive behavior.
PB  - Hong Kong : IETI
T2  - IETI Transactions on Ergonomics and Safety
T1  - A new method and instrumentation for analyzing spasticity
SP  - 12
EP  - 27
VL  - 1
IS  - 1
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Aleksić, Antonina and Čobeljić, Radoje and Bajd, Tadej and Popović, Dejan B.",
year = "2017",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/2360, http://ieti.net/TES/2017V1I103.html",
abstract = "The assessment of spasticity is an important indicator of the course of the recovery in humans with central nervous system lesion. This recovery may be augmented by optimal ergonomic design of wheelchairs, beds, transferring devices and other devices used in activities of daily life. To quantify the influence of different aids and methods in reduction or increase of spasticity, an objective measure is required. The pendulum test was introduced to induce the stretch of the muscle, thereby, trigger spastic response, and the amplitudes of first sinusoidal movements are used as the measure of spasticity. We present a new model of the lower leg during the pendulum test which includes the nonlinear characteristics of the muscles, and a model of the shank and foot that are customized to the patient. The spastic torque component is calculated based on acquired values of angular acceleration, angular velocity, and angle. We developed a new analysis methodology and tool to describe the level and course of reflexive behavior. We describe the instrumentation for data acquisition. The kinematics is captured by two accelerometers, one gyroscope, and a Hall-effect joint angle encoder. Muscle activities of prime knee flexors and extensors are synchronously recorded. The simulation uses user's particular inertial parameters and data from repeated pendulum movements of the lower leg and outputs the reflexive torque. We developed the user-friendly software in MatLab for the analysis of data recorded with the new instrument. We present the application of the method in representative healthy subject and two spastic SCI patients. The main finding is that this method allows distinction between the flexion and extensions types of spasticity and the level of reflexive behavior.",
publisher = "Hong Kong : IETI",
journal = "IETI Transactions on Ergonomics and Safety",
title = "A new method and instrumentation for analyzing spasticity",
pages = "12-27",
volume = "1",
number = "1"
}
Popović Maneski, L., Aleksić, A., Čobeljić, R., Bajd, T.,& Popović, D. B. (2017). A new method and instrumentation for analyzing spasticity.
IETI Transactions on Ergonomics and SafetyHong Kong : IETI., 1(1), 12-27.
Popović Maneski L, Aleksić A, Čobeljić R, Bajd T, Popović DB. A new method and instrumentation for analyzing spasticity. IETI Transactions on Ergonomics and Safety. 2017;1(1):12-27
Popović Maneski Lana, Aleksić Antonina, Čobeljić Radoje, Bajd Tadej, Popović Dejan B., "A new method and instrumentation for analyzing spasticity" 1, no. 1 (2017):12-27

Safety and Ergonomic Design Issues of Certain Types of Robots

Popović Maneski, Lana; Žunjić, Aleksandar

(Nova Science Publishers, 2017)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Žunjić, Aleksandar
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/889
AB  - The role of robots is to replace or assist humans in performing the tasks that are unsafe, repetitive and energy demanding. Almost every day the number of tasks performed by robots instead of humans, or in cooperation with humans increases. For this reason, increases the responsibility of the constructors of robots, as well as the whole community involved in the implementation of robots that are safe. To develop reliable and safe robots, one needs to include ergonomic knowledge, standards, and recommendations. We describe the significant problems related to the application of autonomous industrial robots, collaborative industrial robots, personal care robots and medical robots. The importance of the use of standards related to the safety of the types of robots mentioned above is pointed out. We also include the appropriate recommendations for designing safe robots.
PB  - Nova Science Publishers
T2  - Ergonomic Design and Assessment of Products and Systems
T1  - Safety and Ergonomic Design Issues of Certain Types of Robots
SP  - 105
EP  - 122
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Žunjić, Aleksandar",
year = "2017",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/889",
abstract = "The role of robots is to replace or assist humans in performing the tasks that are unsafe, repetitive and energy demanding. Almost every day the number of tasks performed by robots instead of humans, or in cooperation with humans increases. For this reason, increases the responsibility of the constructors of robots, as well as the whole community involved in the implementation of robots that are safe. To develop reliable and safe robots, one needs to include ergonomic knowledge, standards, and recommendations. We describe the significant problems related to the application of autonomous industrial robots, collaborative industrial robots, personal care robots and medical robots. The importance of the use of standards related to the safety of the types of robots mentioned above is pointed out. We also include the appropriate recommendations for designing safe robots.",
publisher = "Nova Science Publishers",
journal = "Ergonomic Design and Assessment of Products and Systems",
title = "Safety and Ergonomic Design Issues of Certain Types of Robots",
pages = "105-122"
}
Popović Maneski, L.,& Žunjić, A. (2017). Safety and Ergonomic Design Issues of Certain Types of Robots.
Ergonomic Design and Assessment of Products and SystemsNova Science Publishers., 105-122.
Popović Maneski L, Žunjić A. Safety and Ergonomic Design Issues of Certain Types of Robots. Ergonomic Design and Assessment of Products and Systems. 2017;:105-122
Popović Maneski Lana, Žunjić Aleksandar, "Safety and Ergonomic Design Issues of Certain Types of Robots" (2017):105-122

Stimulation map for control of functional grasp based on multi-channel EMG recordings

Popović Maneski, Lana; Topalović, Ivan; Jovičić, Nenad; Dedijer, Suzana; Konstantinović, Ljubica; Popović, Dejan B.

(Elsevier, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Popović Maneski, Lana
AU  - Topalović, Ivan
AU  - Jovičić, Nenad
AU  - Dedijer, Suzana
AU  - Konstantinović, Ljubica
AU  - Popović, Dejan B.
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/15999
AB  - Transcutaneous activation of muscles with electrical stimulation has limited selectivity in recruiting paralyzed muscles in stroke patients. However, the selectivity could be increased by the application of smaller electrodes and their appropriate positioning on the skin. We developed a method for selecting the appropriate positions of the stimulating electrodes based on electromyography (EMG). The EMG activity maps were estimated from signals recorded with two electrode arrays and two 24-channel wearable amplifiers positioned on the nonparetic and paretic forearms. The areas where the difference between the EMG maps obtained from the nonparetic and paretic arms was significant were identified as the stimulation sites. The stimulation was applied through array electrodes with magnetic holders and two wearable stimulators with four output channels each. The measures of functionality included joint angles measured with goniometers (hand opening) and grasp force measured with a multi-contact dynamometer (grasping). The stimulation protocol comprised co-activation of flexors and extensors to stabilize the wrist joint and prevent pronation/supination.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Medical Engineering and Physics
T1  - Stimulation map for control of functional grasp based on multi-channel EMG recordings
SP  - 1251
EP  - 1259
VL  - 38
IS  - 11
DO  - 10.1016/j.medengphy.2016.06.004
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Popović Maneski, Lana and Topalović, Ivan and Jovičić, Nenad and Dedijer, Suzana and Konstantinović, Ljubica and Popović, Dejan B.",
year = "2016",
url = "http://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/15999",
abstract = "Transcutaneous activation of muscles with electrical stimulation has limited selectivity in recruiting paralyzed muscles in stroke patients. However, the selectivity could be increased by the application of smaller electrodes and their appropriate positioning on the skin. We developed a method for selecting the appropriate positions of the stimulating electrodes based on electromyography (EMG). The EMG activity maps were estimated from signals recorded with two electrode arrays and two 24-channel wearable amplifiers positioned on the nonparetic and paretic forearms. The areas where the difference between the EMG maps obtained from the nonparetic and paretic arms was significant were identified as the stimulation sites. The stimulation was applied through array electrodes with magnetic holders and two wearable stimulators with four output channels each. The measures of functionality included joint angles measured with goniometers (hand opening) and grasp force measured with a multi-contact dynamometer (grasping). The stimulation protocol comprised co-activation of flexors and extensors to stabilize the wrist joint and prevent pronation/supination.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Medical Engineering and Physics",
title = "Stimulation map for control of functional grasp based on multi-channel EMG recordings",
pages = "1251-1259",
volume = "38",
number = "11",
doi = "10.1016/j.medengphy.2016.06.004"
}
Popović Maneski, L., Topalović, I., Jovičić, N., Dedijer, S., Konstantinović, L.,& Popović, D. B. (2016). Stimulation map for control of functional grasp based on multi-channel EMG recordings.
Medical Engineering and PhysicsElsevier., 38(11), 1251-1259.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.medengphy.2016.06.004
Popović Maneski L, Topalović I, Jovičić N, Dedijer S, Konstantinović L, Popović DB. Stimulation map for control of functional grasp based on multi-channel EMG recordings. Medical Engineering and Physics. 2016;38(11):1251-1259
Popović Maneski Lana, Topalović Ivan, Jovičić Nenad, Dedijer Suzana, Konstantinović Ljubica, Popović Dejan B., "Stimulation map for control of functional grasp based on multi-channel EMG recordings" 38, no. 11 (2016):1251-1259,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.medengphy.2016.06.004 .
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