Inter-participant variability data in loading characteristics applied on osseointegrated implant by transtibial bone-anchored prostheses fitted with usual and Free-Flow feet during daily activities

Published: 18-08-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vhc6sf7ngy.1
Contributor:
Laurent Frossard

Description

Individual and grouped mean and standard deviation of spatio-temporal characteristics (e.g., cadence, duration of gait cycle and support phase), as well as loading boundaries (e.g., minimum, maximum) and loading extremum (e.g., onset, magnitude) applied on the three axes of osseointegrated implant by transtibial bone-anchored prostheses fitted with usual and Free-Flow feet during level walking, ascending and descending ramp and stairs. (Note: P1, P2, P3: Individual participants, Min: minimum magnitude, Max: maximum magnitude, F: force expressed in %BW and N, M: moments expressed in %BWm and Nm, USU: usual feet, FFF: Free-Flow feet, H: High percentage of variation, L: Low percentage of variation, AP: Anteroposterior axis, ML: Mediolateral axis, LG: long axis).  

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