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Surface polarity, morphology, and roughness are determined using goniometry and AFM.
Total quantity or scope: A mobile system for monitoring radio and goniometry (CPV code: 38433200-1 and 34521000-5) as configuration and mandatory minimum requirements stipulated in Section 2: Specifications.
Moreover, the approach combines the classical methods used in gait analysis (digital image analysis, goniometry and podometry) with the capabilities of the device to record a large number of gait cycles for properly characterizing the movement stereotype and to use corrective working models.
It is important to emphasize that higher values of the evaluations using the Lysholm questionnaire and the knee goniometry, represent a better therapeutic result.
One study showed its poor interrater reliability in ankle joint dorsiflexion [67], and measures using goniometry have been shown to be tester dependent [110].
Goniometry measurements showed a statistically significant difference in water contact angle between the two ELP/ELP-PA blends (Figure 6).
Contact angle goniometry, ATR-IR, and Atomic Force Microscopy were used to analyze all PDMS samples used.
1987) Clinical measurement of range of motion: Review of goniometry emphasizing reliability and validity.
10) The shoulder's active and passive ROM (flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, and internal and external rotation) were measured via goniometry, (11) and the functional assessment was calculated according to the Constant-Murley scale.
Cram session in goniometry and manual muscle testing; a handbook for students & clinicians.
Finger goniometry results for joint movement range were 080 degrees in 4th metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint in the first case, 0-60 degrees in left 3rd MCP joint in second case and 040 degrees in left 4th MCP joint, 0-80 degrees in proximal interphalangeal joint, 0^10 degrees in 5th MCP joint and 0-90 in proximal interphalangeal joint on third case.
Efficacy assessments included measuring finger goniometry and range of motion of the treated joints on days 1, 8, 30, and 60, following the first cycle of two injections.
Materials used to measure the effects of dorsiflexion resisted walking included goniometry, surface electromyography (sEMG), and GAITRite technology (2), respectively.