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1.1 – Remote Activity Monitoring Quantifies Changes in Gait During Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
1.1 – Remote Activity Monitoring Quantifies Changes in Gait During Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
1.1 – Remote Activity Monitoring Quantifies Changes in Gait During Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
1.1 – Remote Activity Monitoring Quantifies Changes in Gait During Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
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1.1 – Remote Activity Monitoring Quantifies Changes in Gait During Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012 …

Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Late Breaking Research Abstract Presentations

Andrew Dorsch (University of California, Los Angeles, US), Seth Thomas (University of California, Los Angeles, US), Celia Xu (University of California, Los Angeles, US), William Kaiser (University of California, Los Angeles, US), Bruce Dobkin (University of California, Los Angeles, US)

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  • 1. Remote Activity Monitoring Quantifies Changes in Gait During Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Andrew Dorsch, Seth Thomas, Celia Xu, William Kaiser, Bruce Dobkin UCLA Departments of Neurology and Electrical Engineering
  • 2. Introduction Walking speed as an outcome measure Standard gait measures are insufficient The problem: how to monitor gait remotely?
  • 3. Medical Daily Activity Wireless Network x-axis y-axis z-axis acceleration (g) 14:29:57 14:30:01 14:30:05 14:30:09 time
  • 4. high distance steps feedback speed SIRRACT studysensor database site low

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