Literature Review

Published: 7 May 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3jkvn9yn7x.1
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Stroke is responsible for a disproportionate percentage of the long-term disability and mortality rates around the globe, and the costs that are linked with it are enormous for health care systems. Stroke survivors today have access to a wide variety of cutting-edge technologies that can help them recover from their condition. On the other hand, there are still a great deal of concerns that remain unresolved about post-stroke recovery. An example of this would be issues with the upper extremities that are paretic. Approximately eighty percent of people who have survived a stroke report having lasting weakness or paralysis in their upper limbs. In addition, the research discovered that the ipsilesional upper limb also exhibited motor impairment three months after the stroke in question had begun. The impairment of motor function results in a reduction in both the ability to do autonomous daily tasks and the ability to perform bodily functions. This research provides a significant contribution by presenting the very first MT paradigm that successfully achieves bimanual cooperation through the utilisation of camera technique-based MVF. For the purpose of lowering paretic arm motor dysfunction, increasing everyday functioning, and maybe regaining manual dexterity after a stroke, the results of the current research indicate that AMT is a therapy that is both effective and practicable.



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