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Development of recommendations for SEMG sensors and sensor placement procedures.
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A common body of knowledge has been created on SEMG sensors and sensor placement properties as well as practical guidelines for the proper use of SEMG. Expand
European recommendations for surface electromyography: Results of the SENIAM Project
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The mere fact that the EC has decided to fund this concerted action on Surface ElectroMyoGraphy (SEMG), should be regarded as a real acknowledgement of the maturity and potential benefits of SEMG. Expand
Cervical Muscle Dysfunction in the Chronic Whiplash Associated Disorder Grade II (WAD-II)
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Assessment of the muscle (dys)function by surface electromyography offers a refinement of the whiplash associated disorder classification and provides an indication to a suitable therapeutic approach. Expand
The effect of an ankle-foot orthosis on walking ability in chronic stroke patients: a randomized controlled trial
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The effect on self-confidence suggests that other factors might play an important role in the motivation to use an AFO, and compared with the a priori defined differences it is too small to be clinically relevant. Expand
Electromyogram power spectra frequencies associated with motor unit recruitment strategies.
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It was concluded that the increasing average conduction velocity during motor unit recruitment is the major contributor to variations in the electromyogram median frequency. Expand
Surface EMG models: properties and applications.
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An attempt is made to integrate the 'question level' and the 'model property level' in a matrix providing direction to the development and application of sEMG models with different characteristics and varying complexity. Expand
Is rectus femoris really a part of quadriceps? Assessment of rectus femoris function during gait in able-bodied adults.
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It is concluded that RF is active only during stance-to-swing transition and the activity during swing- to-stance transition, as described in the literature, is very probably due to cross-talk. Expand
Survey of the needs of patients with spinal cord injury: impact and priority for improvement in hand function in tetraplegics
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A high impact as well as a high priority for improvement in hand function in tetraplegics is indicated, which is comparable to their expectations with regard to improvement in bladder and bowel function. Expand
The orthotic effect of functional electrical stimulation on the improvement of walking in stroke patients with a dropped foot: a systematic review.
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A positive orthotic effect of functional electrical stimulation on walking speed is suggested in stroke patients with a dropped foot when using peroneus stimulation. Expand
Energy storage and release of prosthetic feet Part 1: Biomechanical analysis related to user benefits
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During walking differences in mechanical energy expenditure of this magnitude are probably not of clinical relevance and the biomechanical model used in the gait analysis is probably not suitable for calculation of shock absorption. Expand
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