A mechanical jig for measuring ankle supination and pronation torque in vitro and in vivo
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AbstractThis study presents the design of a mechanical jig for evaluating the ankle joint torque on both cadaver and human ankles. Previous study showed that ankle sprain motion was a combination of plantarflexion and inversion. The device allows measurement of ankle supination and pronation torque with one simple axis in a single step motion. More importantly, the ankle orientation allows rotation starting from an anatomical position. Six cadaveric specimens and six human subjects were tested with simulated and voluntary rotation respectively. The presented mechanical jig makes possible the determination of supination torque for studying ankle sprain injury and the estimation of pronation torque for examining peroneal muscle response. (C) 2012 IPEM. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
All Author(s) ListFong DTP, Chung MML, Chan YY, Chan KM
Journal nameMedical Engineering and Physics
Year2012
Month7
Day1
Volume Number34
Issue Number6
PublisherElsevier
Pages791 - 794
ISSN1350-4533
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsAnkle sprain; Ankle torque measurement; Biomechanics; Inversion injury; Peroneal muscle
Web of Science Subject CategoriesEngineering; Engineering, Biomedical; ENGINEERING, BIOMEDICAL

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