Dr. Nur Azah Binti Hamzaid
Department Of Biomedical Engineering
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Electrically Evoked Wrist Extensor Muscle Fatigue throughout Repetitive Motion as Measured by Mechanomyography and Near-Infrared Spectroscopy.
Neural Network-based Muscle Torque Estimation using Mechanomyography during Electrically-Evoked Knee Extension and Standing in Spinal Cord Injury
Mechanomyography responses characterize altered muscle function during Electrical Stimulation-evoked cycling in individuals with spinal cord injury
Variations of Ankle-Foot Orthosis Constrained Movements Increase Ankle Range of Movement while Maintaining Power Output of Recumbent Cycling
Functional Electrical Stimulation Leg Exercise: From Technology to Therapy
Indirect Predictive One Repetition Maximum (1-RM) of Quadriceps Muscles for Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Individuals
The Role of Advanced Rehabilitation Engineering in Development of People with Disabilities
Muscle Oxygen Saturation Correlates with Muscle Mechanomyography during Prolonged Electrical Stimulation-Evoked Wrist Extension Exercise.
Adaptive Network Based Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) for an Active Transfemoral Prosthetic Leg by Using In-Socket Sensory System