Reduction in energy expenditure during walking using an automated stride assistance device in healthy young adults.

@article{Kitatani2014ReductionIE,
  title={Reduction in energy expenditure during walking using an automated stride assistance device in healthy young adults.},
  author={Ryosuke Kitatani and Koji Ohata and Hideaki Takahashi and Saori Shibuta and Yu Hashiguchi and Natsuki Yamakami},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={2014},
  volume={95 11},
  pages={
          2128-33
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the effects of an automated stride assistance device that assists hip joint flexion and extension movement in energy expenditure during walking in healthy young adults using an expired gas method. DESIGN Prospective, single-group design to compare the differences of energy expenditure between 2 assistive conditions. SETTING Laboratory. PARTICIPANTS Healthy volunteers (N=10) aged 21 to 32 years. INTERVENTIONS Not applicable. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Oxygen… CONTINUE READING
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