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000201756 245__ $$aGait Analysis Using Shoe-worn Inertial Sensors: How is foot clearance related to walking speed?
000201756 269__ $$a2014
000201756 260__ $$bACM New York, NY, USA$$c2014
000201756 336__ $$aConference Papers
000201756 520__ $$aSpatiotemporal gait analysis with body worn inertial sensors improves diagnosis in clinical practice. Most of the gait performance measures are affected by walking speed. However, it has not been investigated that how much information foot clearance parameters share with the key parameters of gait performance domains. Using shoe-worn inertial sensors and previously validated algorithm we measured spatiotemporal as well as clearance gait parameters in a cohort of able-bodied adults over the age of 65 (N=879). Principal components analysis showed that variability of foot clearance parameters contribute to the main variability in gait data. Moreover, only weak to moderate correlation of gait speed and stride length with some clearance parameters has been observed. We recommend the assessment of clearance parameters during gait analysis in addition to parameters such as gait speed, bearing in mind the importance of foot clearance measures in obstacle negotiation, slipping and tripping related falls.
000201756 6531_ $$aGait speed
000201756 6531_ $$aelderly
000201756 6531_ $$afoot clearance
000201756 6531_ $$ainertial sensor
000201756 6531_ $$adata fusion
000201756 6531_ $$avariability
000201756 700__ $$0240167$$aAminian, Kamiar$$g104385
000201756 700__ $$0242461$$aDadashi, Farzin$$g190972
000201756 700__ $$0242458$$aMariani, Benoît$$g173754
000201756 700__ $$aLenoble-Hoskovec, Constanze
000201756 700__ $$aSantos-Eggimann, Brigitte
000201756 700__ $$aBüla, Christophe J.
000201756 7112_ $$aThe 2014 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing$$cSeattle, Washington, USA$$dSeptember 13-17, 2014
000201756 773__ $$q481-485$$tProceedings of the 2014 ACM international joint conference on Pervasive and ubiquitous computing
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