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Able-bodied people from the two extremes of the distribution of passive dorsiflexion exhibit biomechanical differences when descending stairs. Whether physical therapists could judge accurately the amount of ankle flexibility from observation of stair descent was examined with physical therapists (20 neurological 20 cardiothoracic) and 20 students. Subjects(More)
PURPOSE Aerobic fitness, as reflected by maximal oxygen (O2) uptake (VO2max), is impaired in poorly controlled patients with type 1 diabetes. The mechanisms underlying this impairment remain to be explored. This study sought to investigate whether type 1 diabetes and high levels of glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) influence O2 supply including O2 delivery and(More)
OBJECTIVE Cerebral vasoreactivity to pharmacologically induced hypercapnia is impaired in poorly controlled patients with type 1 diabetes but otherwise free from microangiopathy. However, whether this response is also compromised during exercise, a daily-life physiological condition challenging regional cerebral hemodynamics, is unknown. We aimed to(More)
Numerous studies on new biofeedback devices conception development were undertaken. They are used for some compensation methods of the data lost on sensors set. The aim of the study was carried out for introducing several approaches of investigations and testing of the biofeedback devices that support a plantar pressure analysis, for foot unloading(More)
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