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[WEBINAR SERIES] Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training

[WEBINAR SERIES] Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training

By Equinosis Logo Equinosis Staff | Updated on | Equinosis Staff

A special thank you to all veterinarians providing essential services through the COVID-19 pandemic. For those of you with more time at home, what better way to spend your time in quarantine than to brush up on your knowledge of biomechanical data collection and interpretation? We have developed a 4-part basic training series dedicated to just that. Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training - A 4 Part Series This is a reminder for those that did not attend last week that there are still times available in the coming weeks!  Part 1 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement...

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Equinosis Honors the life of Dr. Yoshiharu Yonezawa  Equinosis Q Co-inventor

Equinosis Honors the life of Dr. Yoshiharu Yonezawa Equinosis Q Co-inventor

By Equinosis Logo Equinosis Staff | Updated on | Equinosis News, Equinosis Staff

It is with great sadness that Equinosis reports the recent death of Dr. Yoshiharu Yonezawa, co-inventor of Lameness Locator.  Dr. Yonezawa, “Yoshi”, was a former professor and dean of the Department of Applied Information Science at the Hiroshima Institute of Technology in Japan, prolific scientific author and electronic device inventor, and frequent visiting professor at the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine.  Dr. Kevin Keegan and Dr. Yonezawa first met at a Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1999, while Dr. Keegan was presenting results of kinematic studies of lameness in horses.   “It was at this...

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Changes coming in LLTouch: Thresholds VS. Reference Ranges

Changes coming in LLTouch: Thresholds VS. Reference Ranges

By Equinosis Logo Equinosis Staff | Updated on | Equinosis News, Equinosis Staff

The experimentally determined thresholds for Lameness Locator® metrics should be thought of as the boundaries of reference ranges for a heterogenous sample of horses considered to be subjectively not lame (i.e. grade 0 on the AAEP scale). Thresholds are not meant to be considered as hard lines drawn in the sand. However, the term "threshold" conveys a binary meaning to many people - lame on one side of the line, not lame on the other side - even though it is not necessarily true.  For this reason, Equinosis will be transitioning to the use of the term "reference range" which...

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[WEBINAR SERIES] Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator Basic Training

Equinosis Honors the life of Dr. Yoshiharu Yonezawa Equinosis Q Co-inventor

Changes coming in LLTouch: Thresholds VS. Reference Ranges