Precision-grip force changes in the anatomical and prosthetic limb during predictable load increases

@article{Weeks2000PrecisiongripFC,
  title={Precision-grip force changes in the anatomical and prosthetic limb during predictable load increases},
  author={Daniel L Weeks and Stephen A. Wallace and J. T. Noteboom},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={132},
  pages={404-410}
}
This study examined precision-grip force applied to an instrumented test object held aloft while the weight of the object was predictably varied by transporting and placing loads (50, 100, or 200 g) atop the test object. Transport of the loads was performed either by the subject or the experimenter. Grip force was examined in four non-amputee control subjects and in the anatomical and prosthetic hand of a subject with a prosthetic device. As subjects transported the load, anticipatory grip… CONTINUE READING
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