TRANSDUCERS FOR FOOT PRESSURE MEASUREMENT - SURVEY OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

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Authors: Cobb, J. and Claremont, D.J.

Journal: Med Biol Eng Comput

Volume: 33

Issue: 4

Pages: 525-532

ISSN: 0140-0118

Recent advances in the development of transducers for the measurement of vertical and shear forces acting on the plantar surface of the foot are reviewed. Barefoot and in-shoe discrete and matrix transducers are reviewed in terms of structure, operation, performance and limitations. Examples of capacitive, piezo-electric, optical, conductive and resistive types of transducer are presented. Where available, the current clinical status is specified.

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Authors: Cobb, J. and Claremont, D.J.

Journal: Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing

Volume: 33

Issue: 4

Pages: 525-532

eISSN: 1741-0444

ISSN: 0140-0118

DOI: 10.1007/BF02522509

Recent advances in the development of transducers for the measurement of vertical and shear forces acting on the plantar surface of the foot are reviewed. Barefoot and in-shoe discrete and matrix transducers are reviewed in terms of structure, operation, performance and limitations. Examples of capacitive, piezoelectric, optical, conductive and resistive types of transducer are presented. Where available, the current clinical status is specified. © 1995 IFMBE.

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Authors: COBB, J. and CLAREMONT, D.J.

Journal: MEDICAL & BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING & COMPUTING

Volume: 33

Issue: 4

Pages: 525-532

ISSN: 0140-0118

DOI: 10.1007/BF02522509

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Authors: Cobb, J. and Claremont, D.J.

Journal: Medical & biological engineering & computing

Volume: 33

Issue: 4

Pages: 525-532

eISSN: 1741-0444

ISSN: 0140-0118

Recent advances in the development of transducers for the measurement of vertical and shear forces acting on the plantar surface of the foot are reviewed. Barefoot and in-shoe discrete and matrix transducers are reviewed in terms of structure, operation, performance and limitations. Examples of capacitive, piezo-electric, optical, conductive and resistive types of transducer are presented. Where available, the current clinical status is specified.

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