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The primary goal of an ambulatory monitoring of motor activities (AMMA) system is to document the occurrence of random and spontaneous motor activities (e.g., sitting, lying, standing, walking, running, etc.) of the ambulatory subject in natural environmental circumstances. Much progress has been made in recording fidelity, reduction in energy requirement,(More)
This is a descriptive analysis, performed on victims of Iran's December 26, 2003 Bam earthquake that were referred to tertiary referral trauma management centre in Tehran. Two hundred and ten patients were included in this study. Associated musculoskeletal injuries and renal function of the patients were recorded. The mean time under rubble was 1.9 h in our(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate a possible role of artificial neural networks for the automated recognition and classification of daily life activities (eg, sitting, lying, standing, walking, etc) in an attempt to reduce the cost of manual recognition and classification. METHODS Data from sessions of about 10 hours of continuous recording of eight ambulatory(More)
OBJECTIVE To introduce a method that can be performed with minimal equipments available to most orthopedic surgeons and precludes the extensive anesthetic and ablative requirements. METHODS A percutaneous lead tunnel was first established in the cortex next to the nidus under computerized tomography guidance with local anesthesia; then the nidus was(More)
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