Sensors and Instrumentation in Brazil
Keywords: Gonio XM75 Torsiometer Z180 DL1001 DataLOG P100 Pinchmeter UE Ergonomics Brazil Canada 2000
Effects of progressive levels of industrial automation on force and repetitive movements of the wrist
Biometrics Ltd electrogoniometer and Torsiometer were used with a Biometrics Ltd datalogger to record wrist movements of workers in a multinational company for producing office products. A Biometrics Ltd P100 Pinchmeter was used for recording the maximum pinch strength and the job simulated pinch strength.
Keywords: Gonio Trunk XM150B DL1001 Biomechanics Ergonomics Brazil 2002
HG Coury, R Padula; Clinical Biomechanics 2002, 17:309-311
Biometrics Ltd electrogoniometer and instrumentation used in this study to compare two groups of workers with and without upper limb musculoskeletal symptoms when simulating handling tasks, regarding trunk movements and load support.
Keywords: Gonio SG110A DL1001 Biomechanics Clinical Applications Ankle Lower Extremity Gait Brazil 2007
CS Moriguchi, TO Sato, HJC Coury; Revista Brasileria de Fisioterapia 2007, vol 11, no 3
Biometrics Ltd electrogoniometer connected to a Biometrics Ltd datalogger was used to evaluate ankle movements of healthy individuals walking on a treadmill.
Keywords: DataLOG Goniometers Torsiometers Physical Therapy Upper Extremity Health Evaluation Reproducibility of Results Brazil 2013
Fabiana A. Foltran; Luciana C. C. B. Silva; Tatiana O. Sato; Helenice J. C. G. Coury. 2013. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy. Vol 17 No.1
Biometrics Ltd Goniometers and Torsiometers were used for this study, sensors were connected to the DataLOG unit and data was exported for analysis. Several mathematical correction protocols were applied to the data in order to reduce cross talk however findings suggest that no correction methods significantly altered results.
Keywords: 2019, Brazil, Physiotherapy, EMG, DataLOG
Suenny Marrocos de Lima Moura, Danilo de Macedo Moura, Alessandra Feitosa Goncalves, Maria Alessandra Sipriano da Silva, Georgia Freire Paiva Winkeler, Simone dos Santos Maciel, Clarice Maria de Lucena Martins, Heleodorio Honorato dos Santos. Man. Ther.,
In patients with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), the electrical activity of the breathing accessory musculature was measured using Biometrics Ltd DataLOG and EMG sensor to determine the effect of physiotherapeutic intervention to increase cardiopulmonary conditioning.