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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
Normal Changes in Gait and Mobility Problems in the Elderly.
Cruz-Jimenez M. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2017 - Review. PMID 29031338
Gait and mobility are altered with aging, and these changes are a combination of alterations in the gait pattern and in the function of organs. Changes in gait are associated with functional decline, less independence, and impaired quality of life. Reduced walking speed is the most consistent age-related change, but there are other contributors to an altered gait: impaired balance and stability, lower extremity strength, and the fear of falling....
Gait and mobility are altered with aging, and these changes are a combination of alterations in the gait pattern and in the fu
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 …
A systematic review of the gait characteristics associated with Cerebellar Ataxia.
Buckley E, et al. Gait Posture 2018 - Review. PMID 29220753 Free article.
There is increasing acceptance of gait analysis techniques to quantify subtle gait characteristics that are unmeasurable by current clinical methods This systematic review aims to identify the gait characteristics able to differentiate between Cerebellar Ataxia and healthy controls. ...CONCLUSION: The consensus description provided here, clarifies the gait pattern associated with ataxic gait disturbance in a large cohort of participants. ...
There is increasing acceptance of gait analysis techniques to quantify subtle gait characteristics that are unmeasurable by cu …
Effect of Virtual Reality Training on Balance and Gait Ability in Patients With Stroke: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
de Rooij IJ, et al. Phys Ther 2016 - Review. PMID 27174255
STUDY SELECTION: Randomized controlled trials that compared the effect of balance or gait training with and without VR on balance and gait ability in patients with stroke were included. ...CONCLUSIONS: The results suggest that VR training is more effective than balance or gait training without VR for improving balance or gait ability in patients with stroke. ...
STUDY SELECTION: Randomized controlled trials that compared the effect of balance or gait training with and without VR on balance and …
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 …
Neurophysiology of gait.
Serrao M, et al. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 29903447
Beyond the classic clinical description, recent studies have quantitatively evaluated gait and balance dysfunction in cerebellar ataxias by means of modern motion analysis systems. ...The main findings which characterize the gait pattern of cerebellar patients are: increased step width, reduced ankle joint range of motion with increased coactivation of the antagonist muscles, and increased stride-to-stride variability. ...
Beyond the classic clinical description, recent studies have quantitatively evaluated gait and balance dysfunction in cerebellar atax …
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 …
Gait Type Analysis Using Dynamic Bayesian Networks.
Kozlow P, et al. Sensors (Basel) 2018. PMID 30287787 Free PMC article.
This paper focuses on gait abnormality type identification-specifically, recognizing antalgic gait. Through experimentation, we demonstrate that detecting an individual's gait type is a viable biometric that can be used along with other common biometrics for applications such as forensics. To classify gait, the gait data is represented by coordinates that reflect the body joint coordinates obtained using a Microsoft Kinect v2 system. ...
This paper focuses on gait abnormality type identification-specifically, recognizing antalgic gait. Through experimentation, w …
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