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Inertial measurement unit compared to an optical motion capturing system in post-stroke individuals with foot-drop syndrome

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Abstract

BackgroundFunctional electrical stimulation (FES) can be used for compensation of foot-drop for post-stroke individuals by pre-programmed fixed stimulation; however, this stimulation seems no more effective than mechanical ankle foot orthoses.ObjectiveWe evaluated the metrological quality of inertial sensors for movement reconstruction as compared with the gold-standard motion capturing system, to couple FES with inertial sensors to improve dorsiflexion on the paretic side, by using an adaptive stimulation taking into account individuals’ performance post-stroke.MethodsAdults with ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke presenting foot-drop and able to walk 10 m, were included from May 2016 to June 2017. Those with passive ankle dorsiflexion < 0° with the knee stretched were excluded. Synchronous gait was analyzed with the VICON© system as the gold standard and inertial measurement units (IMUs) worn by participants. The main outcome was the dorsiflexion angle at the heel strike and mid-swing phase obtained from IMUs and the VICON system. Secondary outcomes were: stride length, walking speed, maximal ankle dorsiflexion velocity and fatigue detection.ResultsWe included 26 participants [18 males; mean age 58 (range 45–84) years]. During heel strike, the dorsiflexion angle measurements demonstrated a root mean square error (RMSE) of 5.5°; a mean average error (MAE) of 3.9°; Bland-Altman bias of − 0.1° with limits of agreement − 10.9° to + 10.7° and good intra-class correlation coefficient (ICC) at 0.87 between the 2 techniques. During the mid-swing phase, the RMSE was 5.6; MAE 3.7°; Bland-Altman bias − 0.9° with limits of agreement − 11.7° to + 9.8° and ICC 0.88. Good agreement was demonstrated for secondary outcomes and fatigue detection.
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lirmm-02121637 , version 1 (22-08-2022)

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François Feuvrier, Benoît Sijobert, Jérome Froger, Christine Azevedo Coste, Karolina M. Griffiths, et al.. Inertial measurement unit compared to an optical motion capturing system in post-stroke individuals with foot-drop syndrome. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, In press, ⟨10.1016/j.rehab.2019.03.007⟩. ⟨lirmm-02121637⟩
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