Measurement of Gait Accelerations in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis - Article Highlight
In this episode of the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, host Dr. Olli Tikkanen discusses a 2022 study titled "Criterion Validity of Linear Accelerations Measured with Low-Sampling-Frequency Accelerometers during Overground Walking in Elderly Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis". Led by Arash Ghaffari and his team from Aalborg University Hospital and Aalborg University in Denmark, this research investigates the reliability and validity of Fibion SENS, a low-sampling-frequency accelerometer, for monitoring the gait accelerations of patients with knee osteoarthritis.
For the details of the research paper, please visit here.
[00:01:00] Setting the scene for the research
[00:02:00] Overview of the study and research methods
[00:03:00] Detailed discussion of the results
[00:04:00] Limitations and considerations of Fibion SENS
[00:05:00] Conclusions and potential impact of the study
[00:06:00] Closing remarks
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