|Authors||Maag AL, Laufer S, Kwan C, Cohen ER, Lenhart RL, Stork NC, Halanski MA, Pugh CM|
|Journal||Stud Health Technol Inform Volume: 196 Pages: 259-61|
Appropriate pressure during the application of a cast is critical to provide adequate stabilization of fractures. Force-sensing resistors (FSR) were used to measure pressure during cast placement and removal. The data demonstrated a signature pattern of skin pressure during the different steps of cast placement and removal. This reproducible signal provides validity evidence for our model.
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