Handgrip dynamometry in healthy adults.

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AIMS To establish normal reference values for handgrip strength in healthy adult subjects using hand dynamometry. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Descriptive study of 517 healthy volunteers (267 females and 229 males) aged 17-97 years. Grip strength was measured using two different handgrip dynamometers. Three consecutive measurements were made in both the dominant… (More)

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@article{LunaHeredia2005HandgripDI, title={Handgrip dynamometry in healthy adults.}, author={Esther Luna-Heredia and Gonzalo Mart{\'i}n-Pe{\~n}a and Juli{\'a}n Ruiz-Galiana}, journal={Clinical nutrition}, year={2005}, volume={24 2}, pages={250-8} }