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Shane Wurdeman

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InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-RM
Phone303 7242878

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    1. McCamley JD, Cutler EL, Schmid KK, Wurdeman SR, Johanning JM, Pipinos II, Myers SA. Gait Mechanics Differences Between Healthy Controls and Patients With Peripheral Artery Disease After Adjusting for Gait Velocity Stride Length and Step Width. J Appl Biomech. 2018 Jul 10; 1-19. PMID: 29989479.
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    2. Wurdeman SR, Stevens PM, Campbell JH. Response to: Comments regarding: Mobility Analysis of AmpuTees (MAAT I): quality of life and satisfaction are strongly related to mobility for patients with a lower limb prosthesis by Wurdeman et al. Prosthet Orthot Int. 2018 Aug; 42(4):461-462. PMID: 29848224.
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    3. Wurdeman SR, Stevens PM, Campbell JH. Comorbidities and Mobility in Lower Limb Prosthesis Users. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2018 May 17. PMID: 29781963.
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    4. Ray SF, Wurdeman SR, Takahashi KZ. Prosthetic energy return during walking increases after 3 weeks of adaptation to a new device. J Neuroeng Rehabil. 2018 Jan 27; 15(1):6. PMID: 29374491.
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    5. Wurdeman SR, Raffalt PC, Stergiou N. Reduced vertical displacement of the center of mass is not accompanied by reduced oxygen uptake during walking. Sci Rep. 2017 Dec 07; 7(1):17182. PMID: 29215063.
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    6. Wurdeman SR, Stevens PM, Campbell JH. Mobility Analysis of AmpuTees (MAAT I): Quality of life and satisfaction are strongly related to mobility for patients with a lower limb prosthesis. Prosthet Orthot Int. 2017 Oct 01; 309364617736089. PMID: 28990467.
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    7. Kent JA, Stergiou N, Wurdeman SR. Dynamic balance changes within three weeks of fitting a new prosthetic foot component. Gait Posture. 2017 10; 58:23-29. PMID: 28704685.
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    8. McCamley JD, Pisciotta EJ, Yentes JM, Wurdeman SR, Rennard SI, Pipinos II, Johanning JM, Myers SA. Gait deficiencies associated with peripheral artery disease are different than chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Gait Posture. 2017 09; 57:258-264. PMID: 28683417.
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    9. Wurdeman SR, Schmid KK, Myers SA, Jacobsen AL, Stergiou N. Step Activity and 6-Minute Walk Test Outcomes When Wearing Low-Activity or High-Activity Prosthetic Feet. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2017 May; 96(5):294-300. PMID: 27584137.
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    10. Rand TJ, Wurdeman SR, Johanning JM, Pipinos II, Myers SA. Increased minimum toe clearance variability in patients with peripheral arterial disease. Med Eng Phys. 2015 Dec; 37(12):1141-5. PMID: 26603506.
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    11. Kent JA, Stergiou N, Wurdeman SR. Step activity and stride-to-stride fluctuations are negatively correlated in individuals with transtibial amputation. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon). 2015 Dec; 30(10):1225-9. PMID: 26319219; PMCID: PMC4767157 [Available on 12/01/16].
    12. Wurdeman SR, Myers SA, Jacobsen AL, Stergiou N. Adaptation and prosthesis effects on stride-to-stride fluctuations in amputee gait. PLoS One. 2014; 9(6):e100125. PMID: 24956384; PMCID: PMC4067312.
    13. Wurdeman SR, Myers SA, Stergiou N. Amputation effects on the underlying complexity within transtibial amputee ankle motion. Chaos. 2014 Mar; 24(1):013140. PMID: 24697402.
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    14. Wurdeman SR, Myers SA, Jacobsen AL, Stergiou N. Prosthesis preference is related to stride-to-stride fluctuations at the prosthetic ankle. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2013; 50(5):671-86. PMID: 24013915.
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    15. Wurdeman SR, Stergiou N. Temporal structure of variability reveals similar control mechanisms during lateral stepping and forward walking. Gait Posture. 2013 May; 38(1):73-8. PMID: 23245640.
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    16. Wurdeman SR, Myers SA, Stergiou N. Transtibial amputee joint motion has increased attractor divergence during walking compared to non-amputee gait. Ann Biomed Eng. 2013 Apr; 41(4):806-13. PMID: 23180032; PMCID: PMC3596479.
    17. Wurdeman SR, Huisinga JM, Filipi M, Stergiou N. Multiple sclerosis alters the mechanical work performed on the body's center of mass during gait. J Appl Biomech. 2013 Aug; 29(4):435-42. PMID: 22927547.
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    18. Wurdeman SR, Koutakis P, Myers SA, Johanning JM, Pipinos II, Stergiou N. Patients with peripheral arterial disease exhibit reduced joint powers compared to velocity-matched controls. Gait Posture. 2012 Jul; 36(3):506-9. PMID: 22677467; PMCID: PMC3407282.
    19. Wurdeman SR, Myers SA, Johanning JM, Pipinos II, Stergiou N. External work is deficient in both limbs of patients with unilateral PAD. Med Eng Phys. 2012 Dec; 34(10):1421-6. PMID: 22321812; PMCID: PMC3360992.
    20. Wurdeman SR, Huben NB, Stergiou N. Variability of gait is dependent on direction of progression: implications for active control. J Biomech. 2012 Feb 23; 45(4):653-9. PMID: 22245103.
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    21. Wurdeman SR, Huisinga JM, Filipi M, Stergiou N. Multiple sclerosis affects the frequency content in the vertical ground reaction forces during walking. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon). 2011 Feb; 26(2):207-12. PMID: 21035929; PMCID: PMC3034792.
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