Validity of the Actigraph GT3x and influence of the sensor positioning for the assessment of active energy expenditure during four activities of daily living in stroke subjects

Abstract : To explore the validity of the Actigraph and the influence of the placement of the sensor when estimating the active energy expenditure in four common daily activities (transfers, manual task, walking in overground and walking up and down stairs) in stroke survivors.
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Maxence Compagnat, Stéphane Mandigout, David Chaparro, Jean Christophe Daviet, Jean Yves Salle, et al.. Validity of the Actigraph GT3x and influence of the sensor positioning for the assessment of active energy expenditure during four activities of daily living in stroke subjects. Clinical Rehabilitation, SAGE Publications, 2018, 684, pp.269215518788116. ⟨10.1177/0269215518788116⟩. ⟨hal-01882870⟩

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