Research Using Biometrics Ltd Sensors and Instrumentation in Serbia
Keywords: Goniometers Wrist Flexion Finger Flexion Functional UE Electrical Stimulation Serbia 2010
Nebojsa Malesevic, Lana Popovic, Goran Bijelic, Goran Kvascev. 2010. Journal of Automatic Control, University of Belgrade, Vol. 20:53-58
Biometrics Ltd Goniometers are applied to the finger and wrist of participants in this study. The objective of this analysis is to test muscle twitch responses of subjects when exposed to two different types of electrical stimulation. The Biometrics Ltd Goniometers were fundamental in assessing the continuous pulse stimulation response; this data was them compared with that from the single current pulse stimulation.
Keywords: DataLOG Goniometer Lower Extremity Neurology Ankle Knee Hip Gait Analysis Serbia 2012
Ivana Milovanovic, Dejan B. Popovic 2012. Computational Mathematical Methods in Medicine 2012. 649743
Participants of this study had all suffered neurological deficits caused by stroke; subgroups were determined by the time period elapsed since the stroke (less than and more than six months). A variety of Biometrics Ltd Goniometers were used with the DataLOG unit in order to quantify joint movement during a walking exercise. Goniometers were placed on both hips and knees of subjects, the paretic and nonparetic leg was documented and used as the primary analysis, a secondary analysis is presented as a comparison between data collected from the sub-populations.
Keywords: Serbia, ADU, Goniometers, SG150B, Clinical Applications, Pain, 2015
N. S. Milijovic, G. S. Bijelic, O. C. Dordevic, L. M. Konstantinovic, H. R. Zabaleta, T. B. Sekara. Vojnotechnicki Glasnik / Military Technical Courier, 2015, Vol. LXIII, No. 1
The SG150B Goniometer connected to Biometrics instrumentation, is used to record trunk flexion and extension throughout this study. The study population includes individuals suffering from lower back pain as well as healthy subjects. Data is compared to determine if there are any significant differences in measured parameters between these two groups when completing a controlled set of exercises.