Artificial neural networks in neurorehabilitation: A scoping review. Moon, S.; Ahmadnezhad, P.; Song, H.; Thompson, J.; Kipp, K.; Akinwuntan, A. E.; and Devos, H. NeuroRehabilitation, March, 2020.
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Background: Advances in medical technology produce highly complex datasets in neurorehabilitation clinics and research laboratories. Artificial neural networks (ANNs) have been utilized to analyze big and complex datasets in various fields, but the use of ANNs in neurorehabilitation is limited. Objective: To explore the current use of ANNs in neurorehabilitation. Methods: PubMed, CINAHL, and Web of Science were used for literature search. Studies in the scoping review (1) utilized ANNs, (2) examined populations with neurological conditions, and (3) focused rehabilitation outcomes. The initial search identified 1,136 articles. A total of 19 articles were included. Results: ANNs were used for prediction of functional outcomes and mortality (n = 11) and classification of motor symptoms and cognitive status (n = 8). Most ANN-based models outperformed regression or other machine learning models (n = 11) and showed accurate performance (n = 6; no comparison with other models) in predicting clinical outcomes and accurately classifying different neurological impairments. Conclusions: This scoping review provides encouraging evidence to use ANNs for clinical decision-making of complex datasets in neurorehabilitation. However, more research is needed to establish the clinical utility of ANNs in diagnosing, monitoring, and rehabilitation of individuals with neurological conditions. Keywords: Neural networks; nervous system diseases; neurological rehabilitation; rehabilitation.
@article{moon_artificial_2020,
	title = {Artificial neural networks in neurorehabilitation: {A} scoping review},
	issn = {10538135, 18786448},
	shorttitle = {Artificial neural networks in neurorehabilitation},
	url = {https://www.medra.org/servlet/aliasResolver?alias=iospress&doi=10.3233/NRE-192996},
	doi = {10.3233/NRE-192996},
	abstract = {Background: Advances in medical technology produce highly complex datasets in neurorehabilitation clinics and research laboratories. Artificial neural networks (ANNs) have been utilized to analyze big and complex datasets in various fields, but the use of ANNs in neurorehabilitation is limited.

Objective: To explore the current use of ANNs in neurorehabilitation.

Methods: PubMed, CINAHL, and Web of Science were used for literature search. Studies in the scoping review (1) utilized ANNs, (2) examined populations with neurological conditions, and (3) focused rehabilitation outcomes. The initial search identified 1,136 articles. A total of 19 articles were included.

Results: ANNs were used for prediction of functional outcomes and mortality (n = 11) and classification of motor symptoms and cognitive status (n = 8). Most ANN-based models outperformed regression or other machine learning models (n = 11) and showed accurate performance (n = 6; no comparison with other models) in predicting clinical outcomes and accurately classifying different neurological impairments.

Conclusions: This scoping review provides encouraging evidence to use ANNs for clinical decision-making of complex datasets in neurorehabilitation. However, more research is needed to establish the clinical utility of ANNs in diagnosing, monitoring, and rehabilitation of individuals with neurological conditions.

Keywords: Neural networks; nervous system diseases; neurological rehabilitation; rehabilitation.},
	urldate = {2020-04-13},
	journal = {NeuroRehabilitation},
	author = {Moon, Sanghee and Ahmadnezhad, Pedram and Song, Hyun-Je and Thompson, Jeffrey and Kipp, Kristof and Akinwuntan, Abiodun E. and Devos, Hannes},
	month = mar,
	year = {2020},
	keywords = {General Interest},
	pages = {1--11}
}
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