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The motion speed and RPTM are two important parameters for rehabilitation training.
In clinical therapy, when the patient undergoes the training motion with suitable RPTM, the therapeutic effect is the best.
(1) During current training cycle, being paused more than 3 times, it means that the undergoing RPTM is beyond the patient's current period capacity and then the RPTM is turned down.
When the RPTM is less than [0.35, -0.35] rad in the horizontal exercise or [-5.2, -4.0] rad in the vertical exercise, it means that the patient is in serious condition, and then the global predefined speed should be decreased.
(3) In two consecutive motion cycles, there is not any speed regulating or pausing; it means that the RPTM is less than the patient's current period capacity; then the RPTM is increased in the next cycle.
2.5-inch 320GB/ 500GB/750GB/1TB 5400 rpm HDD, SATA 2.5" 7200 RPTM
(9.) Verstappen WHJM, van Merode F, Grimshaw J, Dubois WI, Grol RPTM, van der Weijden T.
(10.) Winkens RAG, Pop P, Grol RPTM, Kester ADM, Knottnerus JA.
(11.) Winkens RAG, Pop P, Bugter-Maessen AMA, Grol RPTM, Kester ADM, Beusmans GHMI, et al.
(20.) Winkens RAG, Ament AJHA, Pop P, Reniers PHA, Grol RPTM, Knottnerus JA.
(28.) Winkens RAG, Grol RPTM, Beusmans GHMI, Kester ADM, Knottnerus JA, Pop P.
[17.] Winkins RAG, Pop P, Grol RPTM, Kester ADM, Knotterus JA.
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