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5.31 Prosthetics: Lower limb - Osseointegration gait and biomechanics

Location: Tonalá, Second floor
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5.31.1: Transfemoral bone-anchored prostheses: load applied on osseointegrated implant by state-of-the-art knees - Laurent Frossard

5.31.2: Margin of safety of load applied by transfemoral bone-anchored prostheses fitted with state-of-the-art components - Laurent Frossard

5.31.3: Comparison of two treatment options: socket fitting and transcutaneous osseointegrated prosthesis systems for transfemoral amputees - Eike Jakubowitz

5.31.4: Cortical rhythm changes when walking with a transfemoral prosthesis; differences between socket suspended or bone-anchored - Vera Kooiman

5.31.5: Comparison of Cognitive Load in Prosthesis Users with a Transfemoral Bone-anchored versus a socket-suspended prosthesis - Saffran Möller

5.31.6: Osseointegration promotes activity in amputees with socket-related issues: a retrospective, case series with continuous monitoring of daily activity - Kyrillos Saleib


Michael Dillon
La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
Jacqueline Hebert
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada


Laurent Frossard
Griffith University, Southport, Australia
Eike Jakubowitz
Hannover Medical School, Laboratory of Biomechanics and Biomaterials, Hannover, Germany
Vera Kooiman
Radboudumc, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Saffran Möller
Jönköping University, Jönköping, Sweden
Kyrillos Saleib
Erasmus MC, Trauma Research Unit Department of Surgery, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Event Location

Tonalá, Second floor