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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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2] and HR measurements were obtained when the participants could ambulate using the powered exoskeleton continuously, even if they needed some level of assistance, in proximity to the 40th training session.
At a 2-week follow-up visit, the pain in her pelvis had completely resolved and she was able to ambulate without assistance.
Emergency exits have also been criticised because steps are not edged in a way which would help the ambulate disabled escape down the quickly enough.
Furthermore, while the predictive model had a sensitivity of 87% (proportion of children who ambulated, who were predicted to do so), prediction of ability to ambulate by discharge was not correct for 22% of all children investigated.
AMBLE MARCH STEP AMBULATE PACE STRIDES HIKE SAUNTER STROLL Walking This Way (page 2): E C A P Y E S T H E Y S C A P N M R E A A L E L A M B U L A T E R Y H N O O S F C I S T R O L L H I K E L B M A T S T R I D E S
She could ambulate no further than a few meters despite assistance.
However, joint replacement surgery generally alleviates pain in patients, which, in turn, would have the potential of greatly improving their quality of life because they would be better able to ambulate and perform tasks of daily living.
We saw that this location would facilitate an important aspect of our mission--to promote independence--because it would allow residents to ambulate independently to this area while providing exercise.
The Judges' Award went to the Ambulate Walker by Horizon Plastics, Inc.
They struggled to ambulate and eventually separated, exiting the stage arm-in-arm after some seductive interplay with a male passerby.
I wanted to embrace its mass, feel its gravity, ambulate its circumference.
Although 38 percent of those with an NLI below T9 had some recovery of LE function, only 5 percent recovered sufficient hip and knee strength to ambulate using conventional orthoses and crutches.