O&P Library > POI > 1994, Vol 18, Num 2


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1994, Vol 18, Num 2

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Gait in male trans-tibial amputees: a comparative study with healthy subjects in relation to walking speed


Y. Hermodsson
C. Ekdahl
B. M. Persson
G. Roxendal



Experiences with respect to the ICEROSS system for trans-tibial prostheses


J. Cluitmans
M. Geboers
J. Deckers
F. Rings



Energy expenditure of trans-tibial amputees during ambulation at self-selected pace


R. S. Galley
M. A. Wenger
M. Raya
N. Kirk
K. Erbs
P. Spyropoulos
M. S. Nash



Subjective benefits of energy storing prostheses


H. Alaranta
V-M. Lempinen
E. Haavisto
T. Pohjolainen
H. Hurri



A new modular six-bar linkage trans-femoral prosthesis for walking and squatting


J. K. Chakraborty
K. M. Patil



Amputation and reflex sympathetic dystrophy


J. H. B. Geertzen
W. H. Eisma



Technical note: A CAD analysis programme for prosthetics and orthotics


E. Lemaire



Technical note: A body powered prehensor with variable mechanical advantage


D. D. Frey
L. E. Carlson


O&P Library > POI > 1994, Vol 18, Num 2

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