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  • A heuristic approach to overcome architectural barriers using a robotic wheelchair. [Journal Article]
    IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng 2019Candiotti JL, Daveler BJ, … Cooper RA
  • The Mobility Enhancement roBotic (MEBot) wheelchair was developed to improve the safety and accessibility of wheelchair users when facing architectural barriers. MEBot uses pneumatic actuators attached to its frame and six wheels to provide curb ascending/descending for heights up to 20.3 cm. To improve MEBot's application, this study used a heuristic approach with power wheelchair users to evalu…
  • Secondary pneumatic retinopexy for failed scleral buckle. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Case Rep 2019; 12(8)Balakrishnan D, Oli A
  • Scleral buckle (SB) is a well-established modality to treat retinal detachment (RD). The surgery can fail because of various reasons. This case highlights the role of secondary pneumatic retinopexy (PR) for dealing with recurrent RD after SB surgery. This modality of treatment could be explored before taking up patients for vitrectomy, especially in cases of retinal break without proliferative vi…
  • Muscular Pre-activation Can Boost the Maximal Explosive Eccentric Adaptive Force. [Journal Article]
    Front Physiol 2019; 10:910Schaefer LV, Bittmann FN
  • The improvement of power is an objective in training of athletes. In order to detect effective methods of exercise, basic research is required regarding the mechanisms of muscular activity. The purpose of this study is to investigate whether or not a muscular pre-activation prior to an external impulse-like force impact has an effect on the maximal explosive eccentric Adaptive Force (xpAFeccmax).…
  • Development of the paratympanic pneumatic system of Japanese quail. [Journal Article]
    J Morphol 2019Tahara R, Larsson HCE
  • Avian heads are characterized as having two extensive air-filled systems lined with epithelia; the paranasal and paratympanic sinuses. Many diverticula derived from the paratympanic sinus system are known to reticulate with each other to form a single merged pneumatic space within the adult braincase. However, the development of these complex branching and reticulating epithelia has not been exam…
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