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  • n. The measurement of acceleration.


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  • "What we have is something very close to the body's center of mass that's measuring the accelerometry data from that center of mass," UA vice president Kevin Halley told

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  • That forged a relationship between physical movements and oxygen data in which each activity has a recognized accelerometry pattern.

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  • Ham's co-author is Barbara Ainsworth, Professor of Exercise and Wellness in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State, and an expert on the use of accelerometry.


  • Plans to incorporate features that allow new fighters to get feedback and encouragement from current athletes, utilizing GPS and accelerometry technologies to track progress of workouts, and saving workouts to an athlete or coaches laptop.

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  • Primary and secondary outcome measures included the effect on tremor power using accelerometry to test the central tremor component at various time-points after treatment.

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  • Parents completed a survey and children's overall physical activity levels were measured by accelerometry.

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  • Dual-axis swallowing accelerometry has recently been proposed as a tool for non-invasive analysis of swallowing function.

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  • Although swallowing is known to be physiologically modifiable by the type of food or liquid (i.e., stimuli), the effects of stimuli on dual-axis accelerometry signals have never been thoroughly investigated.

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  • Thus, the objective of this study was to investigate stimulus effects on dual-axis accelerometry signal characteristics.

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  • We conclude that stimulus type does affect specific characteristics of dual-axis swallowing accelerometry signals, suggesting that associated clinical screening protocols may need to be stimulus specific.

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