Análisis biomecánico del pie protésico Bioc-dm2


Jhon Hernandez Martin
Oscar Heli Bejarano
Edwin Yamith Martínez
Luis A. Parra Piñeros
Jairo Alberto Romero
Fran Eduard Perez
Phillipe Meziat Castro
Enviado: Sep 17, 2018
Publicado: Jan 31, 2019


Walking is one of the aspects directly compromising human wellbeing, as it has a physical and emotional impact in daily life.
For this study, we delve into the challenge of improving some walking conditions in a patient suffering lower limb loss, specifically at transtibial
or transfemoral levels. Given that our purpose was the analysis, design and manufacture of a lower-limb prosthetic component, which fills the needs
for functionality, it became necessary to build a foot with all the quality standards associated to each and all movements required to form the
complex fundamental pattern of walking. Besides, this foot should also easily endure weight, daily use and physical characteristics of the patient
object of this study. When performing physical validation and during human walk, a proper response is observed in terms of mechanics, materials
and dynamics of the component, thus making evident proper construction and assembly. On the other hand, it is feasible that design and verification
of the component provided a competitive element, as compared to existing elements currently in the market. The previous situation generated the
need for verification from the National Institute for Medications and Food (INVIMA), as well as the revision of the use replying device, for
component verification, in accordance with ISO 10328.

Palabras clave

Biomechanical, Gait analysis, Foot, Prosthesis, Transfemoral.


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Cómo citar
Martin, J., Bejarano, O., Martínez, E., Parra Piñeros, L., Romero, J., Perez, F., & Castro, P. (2019). Análisis biomecánico del pie protésico Bioc-dm2. I+D Tecnológico, 15(1), 80-86.


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