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Synonyms for dynamometer

measuring instrument designed to measure power

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Handheld dynamometry correlation with the gold standard isokinetic dynamometry: a systematic review.
Hand-held dynamometry in children with traumatic brain injury: Within-session reliability.
Regarding the testing methods, it is known that hand-held dynamometry has apparent limitations: the reliability and validity of this technique appears to be affected by both the magnitude of the force produced by the subject and the examiner's ability to resist the force.
Bilateral hand strength dynamometry was performed on all study participants to assess neuromuscular function.
An alternative is to assess the person's actual or potential functioning, in terms of physical capacities (measured by, say, cardiovascular fitness, clinical dynamometry or computerised work simulation), or actual engagement in, say, activities of daily living, social relationships, employment, etc.
Sprys (1973), Asbestos Emissions from Brake Dynamometry Tests, Society of Automotive Engineers, Pub.
The findings of the clinical study indicate that the topical O24 product was superior to placebo in the management of Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS), with significant improvements documented in both subjective surveys of pain/dysfunction and in objective measures of algometry and hand dynamometry.
Reproducibility of hand-held ankle dynamometry to measure altered ankle moment-angle characteristics in children with spastic cerebral palsy.
Hand held dynamometry force readings for muscle groups at the shoulders, elbows, hips, and knees were less than for women with advanced lung disease her age.
Range of motion (ROM) and grip strength were assessed with goniometry and dynamometry respectively.
Outcome measures: All measurements of strength were of maximum voluntary force production by dynamometry or maximum weight moved (1RM).
Lower extremity manual muscle strength by dynamometry, and timed balance were utilized for concurrent validity.
Isometric muscle performance, as measured by grip strength dynamometry declined, probably as a result of a transient increase in tissue turgor (swelling of hands and feet), known to occur with r-hGH therapy.