A Movement Monitor Based on Magneto-Inertial Sensors for Non-Ambulant Patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: A Pilot Study in Controlled Environment

@inproceedings{Moing2016AMM,
  title={A Movement Monitor Based on Magneto-Inertial Sensors for Non-Ambulant Patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: A Pilot Study in Controlled Environment},
  author={Anne-Ga{\"e}lle Le Moing and Andreea Mihaela Seferian and Am{\'e}lie Moraux and M{\'e}lanie Annoussamy and Eric Dorveaux and Erwan Gasnier and Jean-Yves Hogrel and Thomas Voit and David Vissi{\`e}re and Laurent Servais},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
UNLABELLED Measurement of muscle strength and activity of upper limbs of non-ambulant patients with neuromuscular diseases is a major challenge. ActiMyo® is an innovative device that uses magneto-inertial sensors to record angular velocities and linear accelerations that can be used over long periods of time in the home environment. The device was designed to insure long-term stability and good signal to noise ratio, even for very weak movements. In order to determine relevant and pertinent… CONTINUE READING
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