Differences in Falls and Recovery from a Slip Based on an Individual’s Lower Extremity Corrective Response
作者: Samuel J. WilsonPaul T. DonahueCharles C. WilliamsChristopher M. HillJeffrey D. SimpsonDwight E. WaddellJeremy P. LoennekeHarish ChanderChip WadeJohn C. Garner
刊名: International Journal of Kinesiology and Sports Science, 2019, Vol.7 (3), pp.34-40
来源数据库: Australian International Academic Centre PTY. LTD
关键词: Accidental FallsGaitLogistic ModelsLower Extremity
原始语种摘要: Background: Slips and falls account for high rates of injury and mortality in multiple populations. The corrective responses during the slip perturbation have been well documented. However, when a fall results from a slip, it is unclear which of these responses were inadequate. Objective: The purpose of this study was to examine differences in lower extremity corrective responses of the slip recovery response between individuals who fall and those who recover. Methodology: Sixty-four participants completed this study (32 males & 32 females). Participant’s gait kinematics and kinetics were collected during normal gait (NG) and an unexpected slip (US). A prediction equation for slip outcome and slip severity were created using a binary logistic regression model. Results: Our findings show...
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关键词翻译
  • corrective 修正的
  • ankle 
  • recover 挽回
  • dorsiflexion 背屈
  • extremity 极端
  • Lower 下部的
  • findings 结论
  • negatively 否定地
  • falling 癫痫
  • kinematics 运动学