Inertial Sensors Research

Using Inertial Sensors in Research: What to Take into Consideration

Using Inertial Sensors in Research: What to Take into Consideration A Conversation with University of Missouri Professor of Equine Science Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS WHY USE INERTIAL SENSORS OVER OTHER METHODS OF OBJECTIVE MEASUREMENT? DR. KEVIN KEEGAN In my honest opinion, if you are only interested in measuring lameness…

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Journal Watch: Meta-analysis of Catastrophic Musculoskeletal Racetrack Injury

Catastrophic injury during racing has been thrust into the public eye with the increased incidence at Santa Anita. Some talking heads cite opinion as fact, claim isolated occurrences are recognized patterns, and disregard, or forget to mention, the likelihood of multifactorial causes. Public misconceptions fuel critics intent on abolishing equine racing. Agenda-driven misinformation hampers the development of effective solutions. What is actually known from science and objective data....

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