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Quality Criteria and Power Calibration of Ergometers

  • K. Goffloo
  • W. Sontopski
Conference paper

Abstract

Among other details, ergometers should give vital information such as:
  • Is there coronary heart disease?

  • What safe activity range is left to the patient after a myocardial infarction?

  • What pathological diagnosis can be made under defined physical stress and could this reduce the economic occupation of the patient?

Keywords

Force Sensor Operational Fault Require Resolution Digital Error Error Splitting 
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References

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    Goffloo K (1982) How safe are ergometers? ZMT-Novum 11: 35–37Google Scholar
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    Sontopski W (1982) Calibration and constant quality for electronic ergometers. In: Mellerowicz H, Franz IW (eds) Ergometry-calibration-standardizing-methodology. Perimed, Erlangen p. 26–33Google Scholar
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    PTB-draft (15.10. 1982 ) Construction standards for ergometers. [Distributed by manuscript; PTB = Physikalisch-Techn.-Bundesanstalt (Federal Institute for Physical and Technical Investigastions)]Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Goffloo
  • W. Sontopski

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