Equinosis LLC Page 14 Lameness Locator User Manual LAMENESS LOCATOR SOFTWARE Opening Lameness Locator Doubleclick on the Lameness Locator icon on the desktop. Select YES, when prompted, to allow Lameness Locator to open. Wait for the splash screen to load. When approaching the limits of transmission Lameness researchers evaluating treatments or products may find the Lameness Locator beneficial as well, since pretreatment and posttreatment lameness evaluations can be objective and qualitative in a way that has not previously been possible.
The Lameness Locator TM is a unique diagnostic tool that aids in the diagnosis of lameness. It may be used throughout the lameness examination and aids your veterinarian in localizing a lameness issue for complete Lameness Locator Jarrod Younkin, DVM, Equine Intern, Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University The Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator biomechanical care platform is a realtime, handheld, fieldbased system that enables a veterinarian to objectively measure lameness in horses with noninvasive inertial sensors.
WHAT IS LAMENESS LOCATOR? Introduction to the concept, development, and benefits of Lameness Locator for evaluating lameness in horses range of transmission 100 m live data collection 3 minute setup analysis and reporting takes seconds should not interfere with normal lameness evaluation LL gives the vet 3 OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF LAMENESS EVALUATION Kevin G. Keegan DVM, MS, DACVS University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbia Missouri; Equinosis LLC, Columbia, MO Wireless transmission of bodymounted inertial sensor data offers a possibility of using The Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator is a veterinary diagnostic system used to objectively measure a horses movement.
The system provides an analysis that indicates whether the horse is lame, the severity of the lameness, the limb or limbs involved, and the part of the motion cycle at which peak pain is occurring. Inertial sensorbased system for lameness detection in trotting dogs with induced lameness. Lameness Locator J. F. Innes, S. J. LangleyHobbs (Eds. ), BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Disorders, British Small Animal Veterinary Association, Gloucester The lameness locator is an impressive tool, but it's only as good as the specialized technical training of the particular veterinarian who is using it.
All veterinarians at Kleider Vet Services have undergone extensive training and have been certified in using the lameness locator. The effective transmission range is 100 yards or more Lameness Locator TM is designed to be used by equine veterinarians as an ancillary aid to their normal lameness evaluation procedures.
It is an objective means to evaluate soundness and lameness in horses before or after blocks or between treatments. Dec 08, 2011 Compensatory lameness, as defined in the Lameness Locator training manual and other training publications, is an apparent, but false lameness, due to load shifting away from the primary lame limb. Theoretically, this compensatory movement, should be abolished once the primary lameness, for example after a successful