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LLP_KQ4, KQ 6, and KQ7 Miranda Di 5, 4, 2
Psychometrics Ethan Balk 1


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Title Author Year
Functional added value of microprocessor-controlled knee joints in daily life performance of Medicare Functional Classification Level-2 amputees. Theeven P., Hemmen B., Rings F., Meys G., Brink P., Smeets R., Seelen H. 2011
Energy cost of walking in transfemoral amputees: Comparison between Marlo Anatomical Socket and Ischial Containment Socket. Traballesi M., Delussu AS., Averna T., Pellegrini R., Paradisi F., Brunelli S. 2011
Energy expenditure and cardiac response in above-knee amputees while using prostheses with open and locked knee mechanisms. Isakov E., Susak Z., Becker E. 1985
Benefits for Adults with Transfemoral Amputations and Peripheral Artery Disease Using Microprocessor Compared with Nonmicroprocessor Prosthetic Knees. Wong CK., Rheinstein J., Stern MA. 2015
Comparison of nonmicroprocessor knee mechanism versus C-Leg on Prosthesis Evaluation Questionnaire, stumbles, falls, walking tests, stair descent, and knee preference. Kahle JT., Highsmith MJ., Hubbard SL. 2008
Differences in function and safety between Medicare Functional Classification Level-2 and -3 transfemoral amputees and influence of prosthetic knee joint control. Hafner BJ., Smith DG. 2009
Analysis of clinically important factors on the performance of advanced hydraulic, microprocessor-controlled exo-prosthetic knee joints based on 899 trial fittings. Hahn A., Lang M., Stuckart C. 2016
Impact on the biomechanics of overground gait of using an 'Echelon' hydraulic ankle-foot device in unilateral trans-tibial and trans-femoral amputees. De Asha AR., Munjal R., Kulkarni J., Buckley JG. 2014
Functional Stability of Transfemoral Amputee Gait Using the 3R80 and Total Knee 2000 Prosthetic Knee Units Silver-Thorn MB, Glaister CL 2009
Use and satisfaction with prosthetic limb devices and related services. Pezzin LE., Dillingham TR., Mackenzie EJ., Ephraim P., Rossbach P. 2004
Subjective benefits of energy storing prostheses. Alaranta H., Lempinen VM., Haavisto E., Pohjolainen T., Hurri H. 1994
Prosthetic use and functional and social outcome following major lower limb amputation. Pohjolainen T., Alaranta H., Kärkkäinen M. 1990
Enabling factors related to prosthetic use by people with transtibial and transfemoral amputation. Gauthier-Gagnon C., Grisé MC., Potvin D. 1999
The effect of a shock-absorbing pylon on the gait of persons with unilateral transtibial amputation. Gard SA., Konz RJ. 2003
Satisfaction rates amongst elderly amputees provided with a static prosthetic foot. Dudkiewicz I., Pisarenko B., Herman A., Heim M. 2011
Mobility outcome following unilateral lower limb amputation. Davies B., Datta D. 2003
Locomotor Performance During Rehabilitation of People With Lower Limb Amputation and Prosthetic Nonuse 12 Months After Discharge. Roffman CE., Buchanan J., Allison GT. 2016
Correlations with patients' perspectives of the result of lower-extremity amputation. Matsen SL., Malchow D., Matsen FA. 2000
Influencing factors of outcome after lower-limb amputation: a five-year review in a plastic surgical department. Chen MC., Lee SS., Hsieh YL., Wu SJ., Lai CS., Lin SD. 2008
The Geriatric Amputee Post-Discharge from Successful Rehabilitation Marmann, C. 1994




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