- Author:John J. Gerhardt
- Publisher:Isomed; 3 edition (April 1, 1992)
- Pages:140 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
- FB2 format1518 kb
- ePUB format1578 kb
- DJVU format1914 kb
- Formats:lrf lrf azw doc
Documentation of Joint Motion book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read
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It allows one to record and read data in one way only, thus facilitating communication. It is short, precise, easy to learn and suitable for computer use. It also allows recording of strength of agonist and antagonist muscles.
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John J. Gerhardt (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Gerhardt; Jules R. Rippstein Measuring and Recording of Joint Motion: Instrumentation and Techniques (International Sftr Method of Measuring and Recording Joint Motion). ISBN 13: 9780920887332.
The Neutral Zero Measuring Method, and the SFTR system of. .
The Neutral Zero Measuring Method, and the SFTR system of measurement developed by the authors and described here, are simple to learn and to apply.
Cervical ROM was recorded in 3 anatomic planes (transversal, frontal, and sagittal) using a precision . International SFTR Method of Measuring and Recording Joint Motion. Gerhardt JJ. Documentation of joint motion. Portland, OR: Isomed; 1994.
Cervical ROM was recorded in 3 anatomic planes (transversal, frontal, and sagittal) using a precision optical system and a set of rigid bodies placed on the sacrum, spinous processes of the C7-T1 vertebrae, and the head. Three captures were made for each participant, distributed over 2 days. The characteristics of the PM, the interaction with the AM, and the coherence patterns between tests were analyzed.
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Christian Ryf, Andreas Weymann. The systematic and consistent approach to measuring range of motion through simple photos, diagrams, and animations.
Christian Ryf, Andreas Weymann.
We measured isometric strength in arm movements involving six joints with the therapy robot ARMin. Clinical measurements of joint motion and position in the neutral-zero method and SFTR recording: Basic principles. In addition, we assessed grip strength with a hand held dynamometer. Furthermore, we compared the strength gains under therapy between robot-assisted training and conventional, occupational or physical therapy. We could show that patients with ARMin therapy gain less strength than patients in the control group although they improve in motor function.