Research Using Biometrics Ltd Sensors and Instrumentation in Functional Electrical Stimulation
Keywords: 2020, FES, Spinal, Knee, Electrogoniometer, Italy
Casabona A, Valle MS, Dominante C, Laudani L, Onesta MP, Cioni M. Effects of Functional Electrical Stimulation Cycling of Different Duration on Viscoelastic and Electromyographic Properties of the Knee in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury. Brain Sci. 2020
Functional assessment of knee joint biomechanics were measured using Biometrics Ltd Electrogoniometer as part of this study of the effects of FES cycling in spinal cord injury patients.
Keywords: 2020, FES, EMG, DataLINK, Electrogoniometer, UK
Osuagwu, B.A.C., Whicher, E. & Shirley, R. Active proportional electromyogram controlled functional electrical stimulation system. Sci Rep 10, 21242 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-77664-0
This Study of EMG controlled FES implemented a software based solution to extract voluntary EMG from muscles under FES in patients with tetraplegia. Biometrics Ltd DataLINK EMG System with the addition od SG65 Wrist Goniometer to track the wrist movement.
Keywords: 2017, FES, Electrogoniometer, Reach, Grasp, USA
Abidemi Bolu Ajiboye, Francis R. Willett, Daniel R. Young, William D. Memberg, Brian A. Murphy, Jonathan P. Miller, Benjamin L. Walter, Jennifer A. Sweet, Harry A. Hoyen, Michael W. Keith, Paul Hunter Peckham, John D. Simeral, John P. Donoghue, Leigh R. H
Wrist, elbow, and hand aperture movements were qualified using Biometrics Ltd Electrogoniometers during muscle stimulation with fine wire electrodes.
Keywords: 2016, FES, EMG, Wrist movement, Japan
Kai Gui, Hiroshi Yokoi, Dingguo Zhang. Eur J Transl Myol 2016; 26 (3):235-238
Biometrics Ltd EMG and Electrogoniometer was used to measure the physiological signals and movement of the wrist during FES,
Keywords: 2016, FES, Electrogoniometer, Gait, France
Christian B. Laursen, J?rgen F. Nielsen, Ole K. Andersen, and Erika G. Spaich. European Journal of Translational Myology, 26(3), 268-273
The outcome measure of ankle joint kinematics was measured with a Biometrics Ltd Electrogoniometer in this study using FES in patients with acquired brain injury having foot drop.
Keywords: 2015, Knee extension, Neurorehabilitation, FES, Electrogoniometer, Japan
Misato Ohdaira, Tomoko Kamisawa, Soichiro Morishita, Yinlai Jiang, Masao Sugi, Osamu Yamamura, Hiroshi Yokoi. i-CREATe 2015: Proceedings of the international Convention on Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology
This study investigated the brain response during rehabilitation with FES. Knee extension, a simple and common action, was measured using a Biometrics Ltd Electrogoniometer.
Keywords: 2015, FES, Stroke Rehabilitation, Arm motor function, SG75 Electrogoniometer, DataLINK, Korea
TaeHoon Kim, SeongSik Kim & ByoungHee Lee. Occup. Ther. Int. 23 (2016) 39?47
In this study involving use of FES with Stroke patients, the outcome measure of wrist ROM was assessed using Biometrics Ltd DataLINK and Electrogoniometer SG 75.
Keywords: 2014, FES, Stroke rehabilitation, Electrogoniometer, Upper Limb, UK
Katie L Meadmore, Timothy A Exell, Emma Hallewell, Ann-Marie Hughes, Chris T Freeman, Mustafa Kutlu, Valerie Benson, Eric Rogers and Jane H Burridge. Meadmore et al. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2014, 11:105
Wrist movement and position was measured using Biometrics Ltd Electrogoniometer during FES assisted upper limb rehabilitation in stroke patients.
Keywords: 2013, FES, Electrogoniometer, UK