Research Using Biometrics Ltd Sensors and Instrumentation in Germany
Keywords: 2019, Mexico, Germany, Elbow, Goniometer, EMG, UE, DataLOG, pediatrics
Alberto Isaac Perez Sanpablo, Catherine Disselhorst-Klug, Alicia Meneses Penaloza, Elisa Romero Avila, Juan Manuel Ibarra Zannatha, Josefina Gutierrez Martinez, Maria Elena Arellano Saldana
Comparison of muscle activation between children with and without Cerebral Palsy was measured using Biometrics Ltd DataLOG, Goniometer and EMG sensors.
Keywords: 2019, Germany, ForcePlate, Kinematics, Ankle
Alison N. Agres, Marios Chrysanthou, Peter C. Raffalt. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2019; 47 (6): 1480-1487
This study incorporated a Biometrics Ltd FP4 ForcePlate built into a custom platform to frovide real-time feedback of weight bearing force during the single-legged drop landing test.
Keywords: Goniometers Wrist Biomechanics Clinical Applications Germany 2016
S. Gehrmann, T. Roeger, R. Kaufmann, A. Schaedle, T. L?gters, J. Windolf. The European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery (2016) 42:11=14
This study highlights the benefits of using Biometrics Goniometers to assess wrist functionality and recommends their usage over traditional Goniometers. Biometrics Goniometers are positioned over the wrist joint prior to study participants following a circumduction exercise schedule. Goniometer data is collected and compared with several questionnaire outcomes before results are discussed.
Keywords: Goniometers DataLOG Active ROM Flexion Extension Acceleration Paediatrics Lower Extremity Clinical Applications Germany 2015
Sandra Hansmann, Susanne M Benseler, Jasmin B Kuemmerle-Deschner. Paediatric Rheumatology (2015) 13:8.
This study concludes that collecting Goniometer data is one of the best ways to find differences between healthy and arthritic knee joints, the maximum flexion and extension values are recorded and from these values, the acceleration and dynamic range of motion are calculated. Biometrics Ltd Goniometers, connected to the DataLOG unit, are used in this study.
Keywords: Goniometers EMG Elbow Flexion Elbow Extension Upper Extremity Biomechanics Germany 2015
Sylvie C. F. A. Von Werder, Tim Kleiber, Catherine Disselhorst-Klug. Frontiers in Physiology, February 2015, Volume 6, Article 30.
This study focuses on interpretation of surface EMG data; Biometrics Ltd Goniometers are used to provide the angular data corresponding to elbow flexion and extension movements performed by the subject population. A final discussion presents the differences of concentric/eccentric muscle activation when the elbow is in flexion/extension within determined angle ranges.