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Gait.
Mirelman A, et al. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 30482309
Gait is one of the keys to functional independence. For a long-time, walking was considered an automatic process involving minimal higher-level cognitive input. ...In the last two decades, gait analysis has gradually shifted from analysis of a few steps in a restricted space to long-term monitoring of gait using body fixed sensors, capturing real-life and routine behavior in the home and community environment. ...
Gait is one of the keys to functional independence. For a long-time, walking was considered an automatic process involving minimal hi
Gait adaptability.
Weerdesteyn V, et al. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 30482310
These adaptations have to be implemented in our steady-state gait pattern, thus posing a challenge to center-of-mass control and maintenance of forward progression. ...In addition, how we use visual information for guiding proactive gait adaptations and path selection will be discussed. Finally, cognitive involvement during gait adaptations will also be addressed....
These adaptations have to be implemented in our steady-state gait pattern, thus posing a challenge to center-of-mass control and main …
Summary measures for clinical gait analysis: a literature review.
Cimolin V and Galli M. Gait Posture 2014 - Review. PMID 24613461
Moreover, there is a growing awareness of the need for a concise index, specifically, a single measure of the 'quality' of a particular gait pattern. Several gait summary measures, which have been used in conjunction with 3D-GA, have been proposed to objectify clinical impression, quantify the degree of gait deviation from normal, stratify the severity of pathology, document the changes in gait patterns over time and evaluate interventions....
Moreover, there is a growing awareness of the need for a concise index, specifically, a single measure of the 'quality' of a particular g
Gait Partitioning Methods: A Systematic Review.
Taborri J, et al. Sensors (Basel) 2016 - Review. PMID 26751449 Free PMC article.
In the last years, gait phase partitioning has come to be a challenging research topic due to its impact on several applications related to gait technologies. A variety of sensors can be used to feed algorithms for gait phase partitioning, mainly classifiable as wearable or non-wearable. ...
In the last years, gait phase partitioning has come to be a challenging research topic due to its impact on several applications rela …
Measuring Dynamic Leg Length during Normal Gait.
Khamis S, et al. Sensors (Basel) 2018. PMID 30501120 Free PMC article.
The aim of this study was to present DLL measurement during normal gait. Forty healthy participants underwent a gait evaluation using a motion analysis system. ...Normative data of DLL measures were set with respect to magnitude and pattern during the gait cycle. These data might serve as a reference for abnormal gait deviation reflected by abnormal DLLs, thus promoting a new perspective in gait analysis....
The aim of this study was to present DLL measurement during normal gait. Forty healthy participants underwent a gait evaluatio …
The effect of walking speed on quality of gait in older adults.
Huijben B, et al. Gait Posture 2018. PMID 30558916
RESEARCH QUESTION: How does walking speed affect gait quality characteristics in older people? METHODS: We investigated the effect of walking speed on gait characteristics in 11 older adults (aged 69.6 ± 4.1 years). ...SIGNIFICANCE: These findings suggest that, within a range of 0.5-1.4 m/s, a lower walking speed results in a lower gait quality, which may underlie differences in gait quality between older fallers and non-fallers....
RESEARCH QUESTION: How does walking speed affect gait quality characteristics in older people? METHODS: We investigated the effect of …
Physical frailty and gait speed in community elderly: a systematic review.
Binotto MA, et al. Rev Esc Enferm USP 2018. PMID 30570081 Portuguese, English. Free article.
OBJECTIVE: To identify the outcomes of studies on gait speed and its use as a marker of physical frailty in community elderly. ...Of the total number of studies, 91.8% described the way of measuring gait speed. Of these, 28.6% used the distance of 4.6 meters, and 34.7% adopted values below 20% as cutoff points for reduced gait speed, procedures in accordance with the frailty phenotype. ...
OBJECTIVE: To identify the outcomes of studies on gait speed and its use as a marker of physical frailty in community elderly. ...Of …
Normative spatiotemporal gait parameters in older adults.
Hollman JH, et al. Gait Posture 2011. PMID 21531139 Free PMC article.
The purposes of this study were to conduct a factor analysis on nearly two dozen spatiotemporal gait parameters and to contribute to the normative database of gait parameters from healthy, able-bodied men and women over the age of 70. ...Reference values of 23 gait parameters are presented which researchers or clinicians can use for assessing and interpreting gait dysfunction in aging persons....
The purposes of this study were to conduct a factor analysis on nearly two dozen spatiotemporal gait parameters and to contribute to …
Skeleton-Based Abnormal Gait Detection.
Nguyen TN, et al. Sensors (Basel) 2016. PMID 27792181 Free PMC article.
Human gait analysis plays an important role in musculoskeletal disorder diagnosis. Detecting anomalies in human walking, such as shuffling gait, stiff leg or unsteady gait, can be difficult if the prior knowledge of such a gait pattern is not available. ...The normal human gait model is created based on multiple sequences of codewords corresponding to different gait cycles. In the detection stage, a gait cycle with normality likelihood below a threshold, which is determined automatically in the training step, is assumed as an anomaly. ...
Human gait analysis plays an important role in musculoskeletal disorder diagnosis. Detecting anomalies in human walking, such as shuf …
Dual-Task Tandem Gait and Average Walking Speed in Healthy Collegiate Athletes.
Howell DR, et al. Clin J Sport Med 2019. PMID 31033618
OBJECTIVES: To (1) examine the association between a commonly used concussion test, tandem gait, in single/dual-task conditions with single-task and dual-task average walking speed, (2) characterize the prevalence of tandem gait false positives, and (3) develop a normative reference range of dual-task tandem gait times. ...INDEPENDENT VARIABLES: Athletes completed the tandem gait test and a gait evaluation in single/dual-task conditions during a preseason examination. ...
OBJECTIVES: To (1) examine the association between a commonly used concussion test, tandem gait, in single/dual-task conditions with …
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