Low-cost wearable measurement system for continuous real-time pedobarography

@article{Corbellini2015LowcostWM,
  title={Low-cost wearable measurement system for continuous real-time pedobarography},
  author={Simone Corbellini and Chiara Ramella and Carmelo Fallauto and Marco Pirola and Stefano Stassi and Giancarlo Canavese},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA) Proceedings},
  year={2015},
  pages={639-644}
}
Pedobarography is fundamental for kinetic gait analysis and for diagnosis and investigation of a number of neurological and musculoskeletal diseases, such as peripheral neuropathy or Parkinson. Wearable plantar pressure sensing systems represent a powerful tool in this field. The continuous data they can provide are crucial for rehabilitation, sport applications, and to generate real-time alarms for foot ulceration prevention of neuropathic patients. Requirements of compactness, spatial… CONTINUE READING

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