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    Title: A Mechanical Sensor Designed for Dynamic Joint
    Authors: Tak-Shing,Ch;Tak-Shing,Ching;Su-Yu,Liao;Su-Yu,Liao;Tai-Ping,Sun;Tai-Ping,Sun;蕭進松;Chin-Sung,His;張剛鳴;Kang-Ming,Chang
    Contributors: 光電與通訊學系
    Date: 2017-03
    Issue Date: 2017-11-27 11:47:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Background. The measurement of the functional range of motion (FROM) of lower limb joints is an essential parameter for gait analysis especially in evaluating rehabilitation programs. Aim. To develop a simple, reliable, and affordable mechanical goniometer (MGR) for gait analysis, with six-degree freedom to dynamically assess lower limb joint angles. Design. Randomized control trials, in which a new MGR was developed for the measurements of FROM of lower limb joints. Setting. Reliability of the designed MGR was evaluated and validated by a motion analysis system (MAS). Population. Thirty healthy subjects participated in this study. Methods. Reliability and validity of the new MGR were tested by intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC), Bland-Altman plots, and linear correlation analysis. Results. The MGR has good inter- and intrarater reliability and validity with (for both). Moreover, measurements made by MGR and MAS were comparable and repeatable with each other, as confirmed by Bland-Altman plots. Furthermore, a very high degree of linear correlation ( for all joint angle measurements) was found between the lower limb joint angles measured by MGR and MAS. Conclusion. A simple, reliable, and affordable MGR has been designed and developed to aid clinical assessment and treatment evaluation of gait disorders.
    Relation: Journal of Healthcare Engineering
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