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A systematic review describing incidence rate and prevalence of dysvascular partial foot amputation; how both have changed over time and compare to transtibial amputation

Orthotic and Prosthetic Association (RFP-04012015) awarded to Drs. Michael Dillon and Stefania Fatone. The funding body did not have any role in the design of the protocol, writing of the manuscript, or the

A systematic review describing incidence rate and prevalence of dysvascular partial foot amputation; how both have changed over time and compare to transtibial amputation

Orthotic and Prosthetic Association (RFP-04012015) awarded to Drs. Michael Dillon and Stefania Fatone. The funding body did not have any role in the design of the protocol, writing of the manuscript, or the

Describe the outcomes of dysvascular partial foot amputation and how these compare to transtibial amputation: a systematic review protocol for the development of shared decision-making resources

shared decision making resources Michael P Dillon 0 Stefania Fatone 1 Matthew Quigley 0 0 Discipline of Prosthetics and Orthotics, College of Science, Health and Engineering, La Trobe University ... Joseph Czerniecki, and Don Shurr. The authors were funded to conduct this work by a grant from the American Orthotic Prosthetic Association (RFP-04012015) awarded to Drs. Michael Dillon and Stefania Fatone

How a diverse research ecosystem has generated new rehabilitation technologies: Review of NIDILRR’s Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers

Research Centers David J. Reinkensmeyer 0 Sarah Blackstone 14 Cathy Bodine 12 John Brabyn 19 David Brienza 18 Kevin Caves 17 Frank DeRuyter 17 Edmund Durfee 16 Stefania Fatone 21 Geoff Fernie 20 Steven Gard ... initial NU-RERC had two focus areas: (1) assistive equipment for persons with disability, and (2) total knee joint replacements. The most recent NURERC cycle (2008-2014) led by Stefania Fatone, Ph.D., and

Comparison of range-of-motion and variability in upper body movements between transradial prosthesis users and able-bodied controls when executing goal-oriented tasks

Background Current upper limb prostheses do not replace the active degrees-of-freedom distal to the elbow inherent to intact physiology. Limited evidence suggests that transradial prosthesis users demonstrate shoulder and trunk movements to compensate for these missing volitional degrees-of-freedom. The purpose of this study was to enhance understanding of the effects of...