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novel © 2002 emed-at software This presentation will give a brief overview of the novel emed-at software
novel © 2002 Standard Software The emed-at software comes with 3 programs: emed-at (data acquisition software) dblight (database program) Configuration
novel © 2002 emed-at (data acquisition)
novel © 2002 This screen shows the data collection software – just after data have been collected. The pressure picture with gait line (center of pressure) is shown on the left and the pressure, force, and area- time curves are shown on the right.
novel © 2002 The icons along the top of the window allow the file to be played dynamically or frame by frame. There are fields to enter subject name and comments.
novel © 2002 It is possible to view the pressure, force, and area-time information as line or bar graphs by selecting the corresponding button.
novel © 2002 This software also allows you to view the actual pressure value of each sensor. You can zoom in to better display the numbers. This is a picture of frame 33 zoomed in on the first metatarsal head and great toe. Also notice the white dot on the gait line represents the center of pressure for that frame.
novel © 2002 Select the 3D icon to view the data as a 3D pressure map.
novel © 2002 Other Features Print screen Print real size 1:1 Collect static or dynamic data trials Data saved for detailed analysis – linked to database Foot orientation aids
novel © 2002 dblight (database software)
novel © 2002 This screen shows the dblight software. Patient information (top) can be stored along with data files (bottom left) and additional comments (bottom right).
novel © 2002 To make data collection and storage easy, the patient information can first be entered and then the emed-at software can be started directly from the database. This will allow the data to be directly linked to the patient. No further organizational work is necessary! Simply select the patient name, click on the start application icon. Then select the program you want to start ( emed ). The emed- at program will start. Once the data are collected, the file will be saved and linked in the database.
novel © 2002 Configuration
novel © 2002 The configuration program is for the overall configuration of all the programs. You are able to select the units in which the data are displayed, how data are averaged, where data files are stored, and much more.
Novel © 2004 emed-at software This presentation will give a brief overview of the novel emed-at software.
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