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A minimum standardized gait analysis protocol: development and implementation by the Shriners Motion Analysis Laboratory network (SMALnet)

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8 Author(s)
Davis, R.B., III ; Shriners Hosp. for Children, Greenville, SC, USA ; Davids, J.R. ; Gorton, G.E., III ; Aiona, M.
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In the mid-1990's, there was a rapid increase in the number of Motion Analysis Laboratories in the Shriners Hospitals for Children (SHC) system. The potential for multi-center collaboration in clinical research associated with this expansion was recognized. Since that time, the twelve laboratories within SHC have worked to define a minimum standardized gait analysis protocol for data collection and processing. This paper outlines that protocol and describes the systematic process that led to its development and current level of implementation

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Pediatric Gait, 2000. A new Millennium in Clinical Care and Motion Analysis Technology

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2000