Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering

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Wearable Sensors Quantify Mobility in People With Lower Limb Amputation During Daily Life
It is necessary to effectively assess functional mobility for appropriate prosthetic prescription and post-amputation rehabilitation. As part of this process, patients’ ability for variable cadence and community ambulation are assessed in-clinic, often through visual assessments and without objective standards. The... Read more
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Wearable Barometric Pressure Sensor to Improve Postural Transition Recognition of Mobility-Impaired Stroke Patients
Sit-to-stand and Stand-to-sit transfers (STS) provide relevant information regarding the functional limitation of mobility- impaired patients. The characterization of STS pattern using a single trunk fixed inertial sensor has been proposed as an objective tool to assess changes in functional... Read more