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Andrew H. Hansen
University of Minnesota
109Publications
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#1Barri L. Schnall (Walter Reed National Military Medical Center)H-Index: 4
#2Christopher L. Dearth (USU: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)H-Index: 2
Last.Brad D. Hendershot (USU: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)H-Index: 11
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Abstract Selecting an optimal prosthetic foot is particularly challenging for highly active individuals with limb loss, such as military personnel, who need to seamlessly perform a variety of demanding activities/tasks (often with and without external loads) while minimizing risk of musculoskeletal injuries over the longer term. Here, we expand on prior work by comparing biomechanical and functional outcomes in two prosthetic feet with the largest differences in mechanical response to added load...
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#2Tamara L Vos-Draper (UMN: University of Minnesota)
Last.Melissa M. Morrow (UR: University of Rochester)
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Objective: This paper reports the iterative redesign, feasibility and usability of the Comprehensive Mobile Assessment of Pressure (CMAP) system’s mobile app used by Veterans with SCI.Design: This ...
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#2Andrew H. HansenH-Index: 22
Last.Gary D GoldishH-Index: 7
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#1Eric NickelH-Index: 3
#2Gregory O. VossH-Index: 1
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#1John FergusonH-Index: 8
Last.Andrew H. HansenH-Index: 22
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Last.Andrew H. Hansen (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 22
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Previous work suggests that to restore postural stability for individuals with lower-limb amputation, ankle-foot prostheses should be designed with a flat effective rocker shape for standing. However, most commercially available ankle-foot prostheses are designed with a curved effective rocker shape for walking. To address the demands of both standing and walking, we designed a novel bimodal ankle-foot prosthesis that can accommodate both functional modes using a rigid foot plate and an ankle th...
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#2Eric NickelH-Index: 3
Last.Andrew H. HansenH-Index: 22
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Many Service members and Veterans with lower-limb amputations have the potential for high function and the desire to resume physically demanding occupations that require them to carry heavy loads (e.g., military service, firefighters, farmers, ranchers, construction workers). However, it is currently unclear which prosthetic feet best accommodate heavy load carriage while also providing good overall function and mobility during unweighted activities. The main objective of this study was to inves...
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