volume 29, issue 7, P979-983 1996
DOI: 10.1016/0021-9290(95)00116-6
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Abstract: How small do pressure transducers need to be in order to faithfully measure the plantar pressure profiles (PPPs) under normal and diabetic feet? In this study, pressures were collected from five diabetic and six non-diabetic subjects using a commercial measurement system with 25 mm2 transducers. Discrete Fourier Transform techniques were then used to determine (i) the spatial frequency content of diabetic and non-diabetic PPPs, and (ii) the effects of quadrupling the transducer area (from 5 mm x 5 mm to 10 mm …

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