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Fig. 4 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 4

From: Effects of extended powered knee prosthesis stance time via visual feedback on gait symmetry of individuals with unilateral amputation: a preliminary study

Fig. 4

Subjects responded differently to each device, but generally exhibited similar or greater propulsion with the powered knee prosthesis, coinciding with reduced ipsilateral hip power that more closely matched their intact side. a Peak anterior-posterior ground reaction force and b peak hip power during late stance phase, normalized to body weight. All point characters represent the mean of 9 strides from each trial, and the lines connect the means

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