Sensors in TUG Test
Zhelnov P. A critical appraisal of ‘Ponciano V, Pires IM, Ribeiro FR, Spinsante S. Sensors are Capable to Help in the Measurement of the Results of the Timed-Up and Go Test? A Systematic Review. J Med Syst. 2020 Oct 17;44(12):199. doi: 10.1007/s10916-020-01666-8. PMID: 33070247’. Zheln. 2020 Oct 19;43(1):r190d19. URI: https://zheln.com/record/2020/10/19/190/.
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