• Corpus ID: 108049537

Quantification of transhumeral prosthetic socket residual limb interface movement using motion capture and a slip detection sensor

  title={Quantification of transhumeral prosthetic socket residual limb interface movement using motion capture and a slip detection sensor},
  author={Matthew M. Wernke},
A Modular Adjustable Transhumeral Prosthetic Socket for Evaluating Myoelectric Control
The 3D-printed, open-source MAPS system shows promise as a research tool which catalyzes the development and deployment of novel myoelectric control strategies by better-enabling comprehensive assessment involving participants with amputations.
Computer-aided parametric prosthetic socket design based on real-time soft tissue deformation and an inverse approach
A computer-aided socket design solution to locally enhance the socket geometry and mechanics is proposed to increase the design accuracy, reduce the design cost and give the involved patient a geometrically and mechanically fitted socket device.
Development of a Wearable Human-Machine Interface to Track Forearm Rotation via an Optical Sensor
  • Fiona PoppMing LiuH. Huang
  • Engineering
    2021 43rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC)
  • 2021
The goal of this research was to develop an intuitive wearable human-machine interface (HMI), utilizing an optical sensor, and results showed that the performance of OSS control was comparable to direct control, therefore validating the feasibility of the OSS HMI.
Test rig design for upper-limb socket prosthetics at transradial amputation level
The purpose of this design is making a test rig that can assess the socket while simulating arm movements that are common during activities of daily living such as:(Abduction, Adduction, Flexion, Extension, Supination and Pronation) in Euler angles: Yaw, Pitch and Roll.
An Easy-to-Use Socket-Suspension System Monitor for Lower Limb Amputees
A wearable SSS monitor that can be adopted for any SSS using liners without requiring permanent modifications of the SSS is designed and demonstrated the capability of tracking SSS fit changes during locomotion without permanent modification ofThe SSS.
Test Rig Design and Preliminarily Assessment for a Transradial Socket
This experimental work covers two main tests for assessment the transradial socket at different positions and planes that can predict when dislocation between the socket and residual limb will happen at any weight and plane.
Human Body Motions Optimization for Able-Bodied Individuals and Prosthesis Users During Activities of Daily Living Using a Personalized Robot-Human Model
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One hundred patients treated with osseointegrated transfemoral amputation prostheses--rehabilitation perspective.
The OPRA rehabilitation protocol is graded to stimulate the process of osseointegration and prepare the patient for unrestricted prosthetic use and illustrates the overall results.
Kuiken, Expert opinions on success factors for upper-limb prostheses
  • Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development,
  • 2007
Modeling and Preliminary Testing Socket-Residual Limb Interface Stiffness of Above-Elbow Prostheses
  • J. SensingerR. Weir
  • Biology
    IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
  • 2008
Measured trans-humeral S-RL interface rotational stiffness values ranged from 24-140 Nm/rad for the four subjects tested in this study, and agreement between the models and empirical results and the ability of persons to significantly modulate theRotational stiffness of their S- RL interface a little less than one order of magnitude are found.
Tensile Deformation of Ballistic Gelatin as a Function of Loading Rate
For decades, ballistic gelatin has been used as a standard target to test and evaluate bullets and firearms. These gels more than often fail under tensile stress during penetration. More recently,
Roentgen Stereophotogrammetric Analysis of Motion between the Bone and the Socket in a Transtibial Amputation Prosthesis: A Case Study
Roentgen stereophotogrammetry is used to study stability with point motion and segment motion simultaneously to show how well bonded the socket is to the stump to follow results of total joint replacement concerning loosening and wear of components.
A Case Study Using Fluoroscope to Determine the Vital Elements of Transfemoral Interface Design
This case study utilizes static medium (radiograph) to confirm an ideal fit of the transfemoral prosthesis and attempts to show the reaction of the femur, ischium, and the pelvis during the stages of gait.
Kinematic Evaluation of Terminal Devices for Kayaking With Upper Extremity Amputation
The TRS kayak hand was reportedly easier to apply to the paddle and more forgiving of technical errors in paddling form, whereas the USF hand maintained firm mediolateral grasp but demanded a more correct paddlingform.
The Safety of C-Leg: Biomechanical Tests
Because of its biomechanical performance under high-risk conditions, C-Leg seems to be the most suitable design to prevent falls with the prosthesis.