Data for "Validating the use of multi-sensor devices to estimate physical activity energy expenditure in UK military amputees"

Dataset

Description

These data were collected to support a study that assessed the influence of a tri-axial accelerometer (Actigraph GT3X+) worn at the side of the hip on the shortest residual limb in combination with a physiological variable (heart rate) versus a research grade multi-sensor device with pre-determined algorithms (Actiheart) on the prediction of physical activity energy expenditure (PAEE) in traumatic lower-limb amputees during walking in order to develop valid population-specific prediction algorithms.

The dataset consists of indirect calorimetric data, accelerometer and heart rate data collected from participants whilst walking on a treadmill at range of velocities and performing an upper body exercise protocol on the arm crank ergometer at incremental speeds with a fixed resistance.
Date made available16 Jan 2019
PublisherUniversity of Bath
Date of data production1 Mar 2014 - 1 Aug 2017
Geographical coverageDefence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Headley Court

Research Output

Predicting ambulatory energy expenditure in lower limb amputees using multi-sensor methods

Ladlow, P., Nightingale, T. E., Polly McGuigan, M., Bennett, A. N., Phillip, R. D. & Bilzon, J. L. J., 31 Jan 2019, In : PLoS ONE. 14, 1, p. 1-18 18 p., e0209249.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
1 Citation (Scopus)

Impact of anatomical placement of an accelerometer on prediction of physical activity energy expenditure in lower-limb amputees

Ladlow, P., Nightingale, T., McGuigan, M., Bennett, A. N., Phillip, R. & Bilzon, J., 5 Oct 2017, In : PLoS ONE. 12, 10, 15 p., e0185731.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
  • 6 Citations (Scopus)

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    Ladlow, P. (Creator), Bilzon, J. (Supervisor), McGuigan, M. P. (Supervisor) (16 Jan 2019). Data for "Validating the use of multi-sensor devices to estimate physical activity energy expenditure in UK military amputees". University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00578