Measurement Methods for Outcomes of Interest Outcomes of Interest Measurement method(s) Motor function * Voluntary Motor Testing (VMT) * Pinch Device (AcroPinch[TM]) (PD)_ * Rotterdam Intrinsic Hand Myometer
(RIHM) * Paper Grip Test (PGT) Sensory function * Semmes-Weinstein Monofilment (SWM) * Pressure Specified Sensory Device[TM] (PSSD) Pain * Numeric Pain Rating Scale (NPRS) Disability * Quick--Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand Score (Q-DASH) Quality of Life * 12-Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-12v2[R]) * World Health Organization Quality of Life-BREF (WHOQOL-BREF) Table 2.
Myoton-3 (Muomeetria Ltd, Estonia) is a hand-held device
Using a grip strength myometer
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Reliability, validity, and precision of a handheld myometer
for assessing in vivo muscle stiffness.
Measurements of maximal knee extension strength (KES): Maximal voluntary strength in knee extension was measured using a specially designed myometer
(TAKEI, Niigata, Japan) in accordance with a procedure described in previous studies (Nakamoto et al.
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was assessed for reliability in people with tetraplegia prior to the commencement of the trial.
Muscle force measured using "break" testing with a hand-held myometer
in normal subjects aged 20 to 69 years.
Strength post-spinal cord injury: Myometer
vs manual muscle test.
Measuring the strength of the intrinsic muscles of the hand in patients with ulnar and median nerve injuries: reliability of the Rotterdam Intrinsic Hand Myometer
The shoulder flexor/extensors are generally tested with the shoulder and elbow flexed at 90[degrees] and the arm in a neutral rotation, with the resistance or myometer
placed proximally to the humeral epicondyle.