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TopicTitleAuthors Of PublicationYear Of PublicationDownload
HorseA bridle designed to avoid peak pressure locations under the headpiece and nosebandRachel Murray, Russell Guire, Mark Fisher, Vanessa Fairfax2015Download
HandA new measuring technique for determining the forces acting on the pulley system of the fingerIsabelle Schöffl, Konrad Oppelt, Andreas Schweizer, Arnika Hugel, Jörg Jüngert, Friedrich Hennig, Winfried Neuhuber, Volker Schöffl2009Download
PedographyDevelopment of healthy children’s feet—Nine-year results of a longitudinal investigation of plantar loading patternsKerstin Bosch, Joachim Gerß, Dieter Rosenbaum2010Download
PedographyDevelopment of the infant foot as a load bearing structure- study protocol for a longitudinal evaluation (the Small Steps study)Carina Price , Juliet McClymont , Farina Hashmi1 , Stewart C. Morrison and Christopher Nester2018Download
DiabetesDiabetic Foot Ulcers and Their RecurrenceDavid G. Armstrong, D.P.M., M.D., Ph.D., Andrew J.M. Boulton, M.D., and Sicco A. Bus, Ph.D.2017Download
DiabetesEffect of Custom-Made Footwear on Foot Ulcer Recurrence in DiabetesSicco A. Bus, PHD, Roelof Waaijman, MSC, Mark Arts, MSC, Mirijam de Haart, MD, PHD, Tessa Busch-Westbroek, MD, MSC, Jeff van Baal, MD, PHD, Frans Nollet, MD, PHD2013Download
HorseEffect of the rider position during rising trot on the horse’s biomechanicsP.Martin, L.Cheze, P.Pourcelot, L.Desquilbet, L.Duray, H.Chateau2016Link to paper
HandEffects of modified pen grip and handwriting training on writer’s crampBaur B, Fürholzer W, Jasper I, Marquardt C, Hermsdörfer J.2009Download
Sensor qualityEvaluation of pressure insoles during runningRene El Katia, Steph Forrestera , Paul Fleminga2010Download
HandFlake morphology as a record of manual pressure during stone tool productionAlastair Key a,⁎, Christopher J. Dunmore a, Kevin G. Hatala b,c, Erin Marie Williams-Hatala2018Download
HorseForces and pressures beneath the saddle during mounting from the ground and from a raised mounting platformC.A. Geutjens, H.M. Clayton *, L.J. Kaiser2007Link to paper
DiabetesInnovations in plantar pressure and foot temperature measurements in diabetesS.A. Bus2016Download
PedographyIntraoperative Pedobarography Leads to Improved Outcome ScoresMartinus Richter, MD, PhD and Stefan Zech, MD2009Download
HandMachine learning as a tool for predicting insincere effort in power gripsPeter Hahn (1), Eren Cenik (2), Karl-Josef Prommersberger (2), Marion Mühldorfer-Fodor (2)2016Download
PedographyMetatarsal Length does not Correlate with Maximal Peak Pressure and Maximal ForceMartin Kaipel MD, Daniel Krapf MD, Christian Wyss MD2010Download
HandParameters influencing hand grip strength measured with the manugraphy systemAlice Wichelhaus1* , Christoph Harms1, Julia Neumann1, Steffen Ziegler2, Günther Kundt3, Karl Josef Prommersberger2, Thomas Mittlmeier1 and Marion Mühldorfer-Fodor22018Download
PedographyPlantar pressures and ankle kinematics following anterior tibialis tendon transfers in children with clubfootKirsten Tulchin, Kelly A Jeans1 , Lori A Karol , Lindsey Crawford2014Download
DiabetesPlantar pressures in diabetic patients with foot ulcers which have remained healedT. M. Owings, J. Apelqvist, A. Stenström, M. Becker, S. A. Bus, A. Kalpen, J. S. Ulbrecht, P. R. Cavanagh2009Link to paper
HorseReducing peak pressures under the saddle panelRachel Murray, Russell Guire, Mark Fisher, Vanessa Fairfax2017Link to paper
HorseRelationship between saddle and rider kinematics, horse locomotion, and thoracolumbar pressures in sound horsesRussell Mackechnie-Guire, Erik Mackechnie-Guire, Mark Fisher, Helen Mathie, Rosie Bush, Thilo Pfau, Renate Weller2018Download
HorseRelationship between saddle pressure measurements and clinical signs of saddle soreness at the withersK. von Peinen, T. Wiestner, B. von Rechenberg and M. A. Weishaupt2010Download
DiabetesRisk Factors for Plantar Foot Ulcer Recurrence in Neuropathic Diabetic PatientsRoelof Waaijman, Mirjam de Haart, Mark L.J. Arts, Daniel Wever, Anke J.W.E. Verlouw, Frans Nollet, and Sicco A. Bus2014Download
HorseSaddle pressure patterns of three different training saddles in Thoroughbred racehorses at trot and gallopS. N. Latif, K. von Peinen, T. Wiestner, C. Bitschnau, B. Renk and M. A. Weishaupt2010Download
PedographyThe Accuracy of an Automasking Algorithm in Plantar Pressure MeasurementsScott J. Ellis, MD & Hill Stoecklein, BS & Joseph C. Yu, BS & Grisha Syrkin, BS & Howard Hillstrom, PhD & Jonathan T. Deland, MD2010Download
HandThe influence of glove and hand position on pressure over the ulnar nerve during cyclingJosh Slane a,c, Mark Timmerman d, Heidi-Lynn Ploeg a,b,c, Darryl G. Thelen2011Download
HandThe manual pressures of stone tool behaviors and their implications for the evolution of the human handErin Marie Williams-Hatala, Kevin G. Hatala, McKenzie Gordon, Alastair Key, Margaret Kasper, Tracy L. Kivell2018Download
Sensor qualityThe Reliability and Validity of the Loadsol® under Various Walking and Running ConditionsKristen E. Renner, DS BlaiseWilliams and Robin M. Queen2019Download
DiabetesTotal contact cast wall load in patients with a plantar forefoot ulcer and diabetesLindy Begg, Patrick McLaughlin, Mauro Vicaretti, John Fletcher and Joshua Burns2016Download
Sensor qualityValidity and Repeatability of Single-Sensor Loadsol Insoles during LandingAlexander T. Peebles, Lindsay A. Maguir , Kristen E. Renner and Robin M. Queen2018Download
Sensor qualityWireless insoles to measure ground reaction forces – Step by step – validity in walking, hopping and runningGeoffrey T. Burns1 , Jessica Deneweth Zendler , and Ronald F. Zernicke2017Download

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Pressure Distribution Measurement Management at novel gmbh

Many clinicians daily assess the dynamic pressure distribution of the patient’s foot and make clinical decisions based on this data. Accurate and reliable pressure information is indispensable for the clinician to decide for appropriate treatment. Depending on the loading pattern of the foot and the pathology of the patient the local pressure values of the foot can reach up to 1.2 MPa, or even higher [1]. The actual value of local pressure is extremely important in patients with pathologies such as the diabetic foot. Therefore, it is necessary that every sensor within a pressure system displays the accurate, absolute pressure value.
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Appropriateness of plantar pressure measurement devices in a research context: A comparative technical assessment
Claudia Giacomozzi 
Dept. of Technology and Health, Istituto Superiore di Sanitá, Rome, Italy
Gait & Posture 32 (2010): 141-144

Accurate plantar pressure measurements are mandatory in both clinical and research contexts. Differences in accuracy, precision and reliability of the available devices have prevented so far the onset of standardization processes or the definition of reliable reference datasets. 
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