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Development of a wearable framework for the assessment of a mechanical-based indicator of falling risk in the field

Abstract

This paper presents both normative thresholds of the distance of the Body Center of Mass (BCOM) to the Minimal Moment Axis (MMA) during able-bodied level walking that can be used as a proxy of whole-body angular momentum variations to characterize the instability of gait and a wearable framework to assess this indicator in the field. The results are based on experimental analysis of the gait of able-bodied subject from a motion capture system and on a preliminary comparison of wearable-based against optoelectronic- based assessment of gait instability in one asymptomatic subject and one person with transfemoral amputation.
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hal-03501243 , version 1 (23-12-2021)

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Hélène Pillet, Bruno Watier. Development of a wearable framework for the assessment of a mechanical-based indicator of falling risk in the field. JETSAN 2021 - Colloque en Télésanté et dispositifs biomédicaux - 8ème édition, Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier [UPS], May 2021, Toulouse, Blagnac, France. ⟨hal-03501243⟩
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