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The Standardization and Terminology Committee (STC) of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) proposes a general reporting standard for joint kinematics based on the Joint Coordinate System (JCS), first proposed by Grood and Suntay for the knee joint in 1983 (J. Biomech. Eng. 105 (1983) 136). There is currently a lack of standard for reporting(More)
1. The aim of this study was to investigate the analgesic effect and its duration of a new sustained-release preparation of tramadol in an experimental pain model based on pain-related chemosomatosensory evoked potentials (CSSEPs) and subjective intensity estimates of painful phasic and tonic stimuli. 2. Twenty volunteers participated in a randomised,(More)
Magnetocardiography constitutes a new tool for monitoring fetal cardiac activity. The fetal magnetocardiogram (FMCG) recorded noninvasively over the maternal abdomen is detectable with high temporal resolution and permits analysis of all parts of the PQRST waveform. In this way measurements of cardiac time intervals, including the QT interval, become(More)
The presence of a monozygotic twin gestation with discordant sex of the twins is a very rare constellation, which is referred to as heterokaryotypic monozygotic pregnancy. This constellation can develop either due to a chromosomal aberration after twinning or is - as in the following case - due to a mitotic error before twinning and an unequal distribution(More)
  • O A Schmid
  • 2005
This study tested the accuracy of a new 3-D calibration technique under dynamic situations. The technique was firstly introduced in 1998 for biomechanical human tests and calibrates 3-D volumes in an easy way. It revealed superior in static tests to others. In order to disclose dynamic accuracy two different tests were performed. With this technique it does(More)
  • O A Schmid
  • 2001
Aim of the study was to determine practicality and to test accuracy of a new calibration technique firstly introduced in 1998 by Schmid and Bess for biomechanical human tests. This technique enables three-dimensional calibration of camera positions as well as the calculation of internal and external camera parameters. It can be performed unlike other(More)