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Inertial Sensors for Kinematic Measurement and Activity Classification of Gait Post-Stroke
The ability to walk and negotiate stairs is an important predictor of independent ambulation. The superposition of mobility impairments to the effects of natural aging in persons with stroke render the completion of many ...
Causes and Effects of Variation in Wrist Range of Motion: Investigating the Kinematics of the Proximal Carpal Row
Due to the complex nature of the wrist, we still do not fully understand how the healthy wrist functions. There are few muscle insertions at the wrist, so bone motion is induced by passive ligaments and bone to bone contact, ...
Wrist Motion Simulation With a Rigid Body Spring Model Comparing Different Elements Modeling Approaches
A rigid body spring model was used to simulate wrist motions. The carpal bones were constructed based on a computed tomography of a cadaver wrist. Bony structures were assembled as a wrist model in the simulation software, ...