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Prosthetics - Biomechanics knee

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Prosthetics - Biomechanics knee

Chair:

Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Philipp Bergschmidt

Klinikum Südstadt Rostock

Klinik für Unfallchirurgie, Orthopädie und Handchirurgie

Chair:

Bernd Sibbel

Bundesfachschule für Orthopädie-Technik e.V.

Date/Time:

Fri, 2018/05/18 14:30 - 15:45 export in calendar

Place:

CCO, Room 1

Title Lecture Info Speaker
#1/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Biomimetic outcomes through advanced prosthetic knee and ankle technology during standing on non-level ground

Abstract: The inter-limb loading and balance ability of five transfemoral amputees, for four prosthetic conditions were measured while standing on a sloped surface and compared to able-bodied controls. The combination of advanced knee and ankle technologies achieved the most biomimetic outcomes.

Moser, David
#2/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Challenging everyday gait situations performed with two microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knee joints: Do their safety-potentials differ?

Abstract: Two currently available microprocessor-controlled knee joints were investigated in various safety-relevant everyday gait situations regarding their biomechanical performance. There is evidence for significant differences in the safety potential of these knee joints.

Bellmann, Malte
#3/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Balance evaluation and coordination strategies in patients after lower limb amputation

Abstract: This study aims to analyze dynamic balance and movement strategies in subjects using lower limb prosthesis and compare those with unimpaired subjects. Therefore, self-initiated postural sway, gait initiation and termination, walking on even and uneven ground and functional test have been conducted.

Di Benedetto, Sara
#4/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Validation of microprocessor knee integrated activity monitoring algorithm

Abstract: Activity monitoring in prosthetics can provide important outcome measure data. More advanced devices have this capability in-built, removing the necessity to wear additional hardware. This study sought to evaluate the performance of such a device, compared to a market-leading activity monitor (AM).

McGrath, Michael
#5/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Effect of prosthetic feet including a torsion-shock adapter in trans-tibial amputee on different terrains

Abstract: This case study presents a method to measure the effect of prosthetic feet including a torsion-shock component using a wireless 6 degree of freedom load cell and 2d camera. Torsion moments of 2 different prosthetic feet are compared for different terrains.

Lecomte, Christophe