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ambulate

(am′byŭ-lāt″) [L. ambulare, to move about]
To walk or move about freely.
ambulation (am″byŭ-lā′shŏn)
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The purpose of this project was to investigate the effects of hip joint stiffness in the sagittal plane on RGO-assisted gait using nondisabled subjects ambulating with the LLPS as surrogate models for actual RGO users.
These activities included getting to and from his car to the house, ambulating to and from the car to attend the great-grandchildren's games and outpatient rehabilitation.
At latest follow-up, 2 years post-initial visit, the clubfoot deformity remained corrected, and the patient was ambulating independently.
Patients must have assistance on one arm and an IV pole for support on the other side while they are ambulating.
During the sessions, the amount of body-weight support (BWS) and robotic assistance were decreased as tolerated to increase weight bearing and workload toward the goal of the participant ambulating without BWS.
Steady progress has been realized toward the achievement of her personal goals during the intervening two years since surgery including community ambulating without an assistive device.
The IntelliMotion system translates light pulses from a badge, worn by ambulating patients, and displays the patient's precise location on a standard PC terminal.
Dudek, Kahn, and Marks) independently reviewed these charts and identified those ambulating at the K3 level.
All systems accommodate the patented SureHands[R] Body Support or Handi-Slings to facilitate hygiene care, bathing, positioning, exercising, standing, ambulating and transferring.
He has been out of bed and ambulating in the intensive care unit, conversing with staff, family and friends.
All systems accommodate the patented SureHands[R] Body Support or HandiSlings to facilitate hygiene care, bathing, positioning, exercising, standing, ambulating and transferring.
These may include: dressing, bathing, grooming, ambulating, eating and toileting.