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Recumbent cycling with integrated volitional control electrical stimulation improves gait speed during the recovery stage in stroke patients
Takuya Iyanaga, Hayata Abe, Takashi Oka, Tetsuya Miura, Rumiko Iwasaki, Mai Takase, Minoru Isatake, Atsushi Doi
J Exerc Rehabil. 2019;15(1):95-102.   Published online 2019 February 25    DOI: https://doi.org/10.12965/jer.1836500.250

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Recumbent cycling with integrated volitional control electrical stimulation improves gait speed during the recovery stage in stroke patients
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