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Wearable low-cost inertial sensor-based electrogoniometer for measuring joint range of motion

  title={Wearable low-cost inertial sensor-based electrogoniometer for measuring joint range of motion},
  author={A. F. R. Olaya and M. C. Cuervo and Claudia N. Lara Herrera},
espanolEl analisis del movimiento humano ha llegado a ser fundamental para una amplia gama de aplicaciones, tales como terapias fisicas, neuro-rehabilitacion, medicina deportiva, la evaluacion de la funcionalidad del sistema motor y la medicina del trabajo. Este articulo se centra en el diseno, implementacion y validacion de un electrogoniometro portatil basado en sensores inerciales y magneticos para la adquisicion del rango articular de movimiento. El sistema se compone de dos unidades de… Expand

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