Wearable Device for Assessing the State of Healing of Long Bones 2017-045

Radiation-free quantitative assessment of the state of healing of a fractured long bone.A wearable device to assessthe healing progress of internally fixated long bones (screws and plates) by vibrational analysis, avoiding the need for X-ray or CT scans. The challenges associated with soft tissue are overcome by specific placement of multiple sensors and the mechanics of the wearable device.Prototype stage. Download:Non Confidential Summary Angeline Bartholomeusz angeline.bartholomeusz@monash.edu +61399059910

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