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Wii your health: a low-cost wireless system for home rehabilitation after stroke using Wii remotes with its expansions and blender

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Wii your health : a low-cost wireless system for home rehabilitation after stroke using Wii remotes with its expansions and blender. / Tsekleves, Emmanouil; Skordoulis, Donysios; Paraskevopoulos, Ioannis et al.

Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference Biomedical Engineering (Biomed 2011). ed. / C. Baumgartner. Vol. 723 ACTA Press, 2011. p. 502-509.

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Tsekleves, E, Skordoulis, D, Paraskevopoulos, I & Kilbride, C 2011, Wii your health: a low-cost wireless system for home rehabilitation after stroke using Wii remotes with its expansions and blender. in C Baumgartner (ed.), Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference Biomedical Engineering (Biomed 2011). vol. 723, ACTA Press, pp. 502-509. https://doi.org/10.2316/P.2011.723-058

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Tsekleves, E., Skordoulis, D., Paraskevopoulos, I., & Kilbride, C. (2011). Wii your health: a low-cost wireless system for home rehabilitation after stroke using Wii remotes with its expansions and blender. In C. Baumgartner (Ed.), Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference Biomedical Engineering (Biomed 2011) (Vol. 723, pp. 502-509). ACTA Press. https://doi.org/10.2316/P.2011.723-058

Vancouver

Tsekleves E, Skordoulis D, Paraskevopoulos I, Kilbride C. Wii your health: a low-cost wireless system for home rehabilitation after stroke using Wii remotes with its expansions and blender. In Baumgartner C, editor, Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference Biomedical Engineering (Biomed 2011). Vol. 723. ACTA Press. 2011. p. 502-509 doi: 10.2316/P.2011.723-058

Author

Tsekleves, Emmanouil ; Skordoulis, Donysios ; Paraskevopoulos, Ioannis et al. / Wii your health : a low-cost wireless system for home rehabilitation after stroke using Wii remotes with its expansions and blender. Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference Biomedical Engineering (Biomed 2011). editor / C. Baumgartner. Vol. 723 ACTA Press, 2011. pp. 502-509

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