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5 kg in mass, and a K-2 level ambulator, using his prosthesis at least 12 h/d.
In order to minimize this source of variation, participants were screened by a prosthetist prior to inclusion in the study to ensure they were capable ambulators and could complete all study procedures.
In the present investigation, we found an increase in mortality with: increasing age (4% increased risk per year of age); male gender (41% increased risk); use of assistive device (28% increased risk); being an exclusively household ambulator (2.
Currently scheduled for retail sale this summer, the Aetrex Ambulator GPS Shoe will provide millions of caregivers the means to help easily find those afflicted with Alzheimer's that wander and become lost.
foot, multiaxial Typical of community ankle/foot, ambulator who has ability dynamic response, to traverse most or flex-walk environmental barriers system or equal.
6%), transitioning from HC to LC ambulator, while the subject with the least compliant ankle in EV (subject 7) improved the least (15%), with no change in ambulation category.
Concave curvature of the LL profile was presented by 12 subjects: 10 household ambulators, 1 limited community ambulator, and 1 community ambulator.
K3 = Patient has ability or potential for ambulation with variable cadence--a typical community ambulator with ability to traverse most environmental barriers and may have vacation, therapeutic, or exercise activity that demands prosthetic use beyond simple locomotion.
In this study, an HD subject walking outside in individual home environments with a prosthesis after discharge was defined as a community ambulator.
Human subject volunteers were included in this investigation if they had a transtibial amputation at least 12 months prior and were a limited community ambulator or more active (Medicare Functional Classification Level [MFCL] [greater than or equal to] K2).
Typical of community ambulator who has ability to traverse most environmental barriers and may have vocational, therapeutic, or exercise activity that demands prosthetic use beyond simple locomotion.
Inclusion criteria for subjects included a comfortable total surface bearing socket (without locking pin); independence as a community ambulator without an assistive device; and no contralateral limb injuries or comorbidities that significantly affected gait, joint range of motion, or limb muscle activity.