Quality of systematic reviews of exoskeleton use for gait and mobility: a tertiary study

  • Takeaway

  • Systematic reviews (SRs) of clinical benefit regarding use of exoskeletons for gait and mobility by persons with neurological disorders have weaknesses in design and execution.

Why this matters

  • Clinicians, researchers, and other stakeholders should exercise caution when using SRs as guidance in decisions involving use of exoskeletons in research and clinical practice.