Ambulatory monitoring of physical activity in working situations, a validation study.

@article{Uiterwaal1998AmbulatoryMO,
  title={Ambulatory monitoring of physical activity in working situations, a validation study.},
  author={M Uiterwaal and E B Glerum and H J Busser and Rob C. van Lummel},
  journal={Journal of medical engineering & technology},
  year={1998},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={168-72}
}
How to assess a patient's functional physical mobility in non-laboratory situations has been a problem for the medical services for a long time. A measurement system using accelerometry (DynaPort ADL Monitor) has been developed to cope with this problem. It is a lightweight recorder that is worn around the waist. It uses accelerometry to ambulatory monitor the Activities of Daily Living (ADL). In this study the reliability of the monitor in two working situations of one patient has been… CONTINUE READING
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