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The harmonic ratio of trunk acceleration predicts falling among older people: results of a 1-year prospective study
- T. Doi, S. Hirata, R. Ono, K. Tsutsumimoto, S. Misu, H. Ando
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation
- 28 January 2013
The discriminative ability of HR for the risk of falls may have some validity, and further studies are needed to confirm the clinical relevance of trunk HR, independently of physical performance.
The effects of shoe fit on gait in community-dwelling older adults.
Effects of dual-tasking on control of trunk movement during gait: respective effect of manual- and cognitive-task.
Influence of transcranial direct current stimulation of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex on pain related emotions: A study using electroencephalographic power spectrum analysis
Dual tasking affects lateral trunk control in healthy younger and older adults.
Dual-task costs for whole trunk movement during gait.
EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE ON THE CIRCADIAN RHYTHM OF HEART RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE
- H. Shiotani, Y. Umegaki, Maiko Tanaka, M. Kimura, H. Ando
- MedicineChronobiology international
- 1 December 2009
Findings suggest aerobic exercise exerts beneficial effects on the circadian rhythm of heart rate, especially in the morning, according to healthy young subjects randomized to control and aerobic exercise groups.
Self-reported Exhaustion is Associated with Small Life Space in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment
- K. Tsutsumimoto, T. Doi, Takao Suzuki
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of physical therapy science
- 1 December 2014
Results suggest that self-reported exhaustion is associated with life space, and future research is needed to identify ways for older people with MCI to improve their exhaustion status.
Effects of posture on chest-wall configuration and motion during tidal breathing in normal men
- S. Takashima, M. Nozoe, Kyoshi Mase, Yusuke Kouyama, K. Matsushita, H. Ando
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of physical therapy science
- 1 January 2017
Chest-wall configuration and motion changed according to posture in healthy men, particularly in the pulmonary and abdominal rib cages, particularly the anteroposterior diameters of the chest wall were significantly lower in the supine position for the lungs and abdominal ribs.