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“…(9)(10)(11)(12) For the hip, the applied load was estimated from data on the kinematics of sideways falls with impact at the hip. (12,29,30) The load applied to the wrist during a forwards fall was estimated from data predicting impact forces on the upper extremity during falls on the outstretched hand. (31) For each type of fall, individual height and weight data were used to estimate subjectspecific loads that would be applied to bone as a result of a fall.…”
Section: Estimation Of Applied Loads and Load/strength Ratiosmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(9)(10)(11)(12) For the hip, the applied load was estimated from data on the kinematics of sideways falls with impact at the hip. (12,29,30) The load applied to the wrist during a forwards fall was estimated from data predicting impact forces on the upper extremity during falls on the outstretched hand. (31) For each type of fall, individual height and weight data were used to estimate subjectspecific loads that would be applied to bone as a result of a fall.…”
Section: Estimation Of Applied Loads and Load/strength Ratiosmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other reason could be perhaps with increasing age, there is a tendency to fall, and that too in a different way [22]. Fall onto the greater trochanter is a phenomenon of old age and it has been shown that the lateral fall onto the greater trochanter is particularly difficult to protect oneself during the fall [23][24][25].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…But naturally, the hip is cyclically loaded with alternating phases of touch-down and separation during gait. In addition, the hip joint normally transmits forces much lower than this, between 4.8 and 10 kN, depending on the method of measurement and the type of daily activities, including unwanted stumbling and falling 20,21 . As these values are far below the reported fracture threshold of modern ceramic liners, events such as fracture of a 1-piece ceramic liner should be interpreted as irregularities that might be explained as part of a range of pathological scenarios described in our case report.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%