Upper limb activity of twenty myoelectric prosthesis users and twenty healthy anatomically intact adults.
Posted on 02.10.2019 - 13:08
The upper limb activity of twenty upper limb myoelectric prosthesis users and twenty anatomically intact adults were recorded over a 7-day period using two wrist worn accelerometers (Actigraph, LLC). This dataset reflects the real-world activities of the participants during their normal day-to-day routines. The dataset contains unprocessed raw accelerations and processed activity count data. A non-wear algorithm is also included for the removal of prosthesis non-wear periods as well as the self-reported wear diaries completed by the participants.
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Chadwell, Alix; Kenney, Laurence; Granat, Malcolm; Thies, Sibylle B; Galpin, Adam; Head, John (2019): Upper limb activity of twenty myoelectric prosthesis users and twenty healthy anatomically intact adults.. figshare. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.4457855.v1
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Sibylle B Thies
prostheticsactivity monitoringreal world datamyoelectric prosthetic handHealthy ControlsamputeescongenitalUpper Limb DeficiencyUpper Limb MovementUpper Limb Outcome MeasuresUpper Limb Evaluationprosthetic handSymmetryusage informationWear time7 days1 weekupper limb absenceactigraphaccelerometer dataActivity counts