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PLANTAR PLATFORM WITH SOFTWARE TO COMPARE NORMAL STEP WITH PATIENT STEP

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by José lafre, Jan 22, 2019.

  1. José lafre

    José lafre Welcome New Poster


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    Hello, We need a plantar platform that brings software that allows us to compare the patient's footprint with a normal footprint, you know if
     
  2. efuller

    efuller MVP

    What are you going to do with it? Do you want a step or a foot print. A foot print is a single picture of static stance, or a step. Do you want to know view changes over time of the step?

    Which normal do you want?
     
  3. José lafre

    José lafre Welcome New Poster

    Thanks for your comment, for a project of the March Analysis Center , I need to buy a pressure platform of s that allows to make static and dynamic analysis, the patient standing and walking on the platform.
    I need the platform software to have information about normal pressure points to compare them with the patient's and to know if it has deviations or not.
     
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