Design and Research of Aligned Array Pressure Monitoring System Based on Strain Chip

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Rehabilitation technical aids have an important role in the functional rehabilitation of children with cerebral palsy. But now the rehabilitation technical aids for cerebral palsy is lack of pertinence and evaluation. The testing equipment of rehabilitation technical aids for cerebral palsy child can detect the pressure distribution between cerebral palsy patients and rehabilitation props in real time, and provide quantitative basis for clinical effect evaluation and auxiliary tool’s adjustment. This paper design a pressure monitoring system with 16 sensor points for Cerebral Palsy Children, and the monitoring system is mainly composed of three parts: a strain gauge array unit, signal conditioning and acquisition unit, data display and analysis. The research on pressure monitoring system based on the strain chip, is critical to study force between rehabilitation technical aids and cerebral palsy children. In this paper , the works on the detailed description of each unit system, and reasonable verification of the experimental design provide solid foundation for the future studies.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 588-589)

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Lawrence Lim

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1119-1122

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H. Xia et al., "Design and Research of Aligned Array Pressure Monitoring System Based on Strain Chip", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 588-589, pp. 1119-1122, 2012

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November 2012

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