OJEMB, Featured ArticlesAccelerometry-Based Digital Gait Characteristics for Classification of Parkinson’s Disease: What Counts?
Silvia Del Din, Cameron Kirk, Lynn Rochester, Christopher Buckley, Maria Encarna Mico-Amigo, Claudia Mazza, Michael Dunne-Willows, Jian Quing Shi, Rana Zia Ur Rehman, Lisa Alcock
Gait may be a useful biomarker that can be objectively measured with wearable technology to classify Parkinson’s disease (PD). This study aims to: (i) comprehensively quantify a battery of commonly utilized gait digital characteristics (spatiotemporal and signal-based), and (ii) identify... Read more
Posted on 27 FEB 2020
TNSRE, Featured ArticlesThe Uncontrolled Manifold Theory Could Explain Part of the Inter-Trial Variability of Knee Contact Force During Level Walking
Accurate predictions of joint contact forces through computer simulation of musculoskeletal dynamics can provide insight, in a non-invasive manner, into the joint loads of patients with osteoarthritis and healthy controls... Read more
Posted on 11 AUG 2020