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Scientific reports

  • Frossard L. New evidence confirming the concept of floating skeleton. O&P Business News - Clinical news perspective. 2015. July 2015. 
  • Frossard L. Evolution in design of integral leg prosthesis leads to improved outcomes. O&P Business News - Clinical news perspective. 2015. December 2015. 
  • Frossard L. Osseointegration presents high survivorship, relatively low complication rates in transhumeral amputees. O&P Business News - Clinical news perspective. 2014. September 2014. 
  • Frossard L. Study: transfemoral amputees experience improved quality of life, fewer problems with osseointegration. O&P Business News - Clinical news perspective. 2014. June 2014.Access the article
  • Frossard L. Interface loads dependent on amputation height in normal gait, falling. O&P Business News - Clinical news perspective. 2014. April 2014. 
  • Frossard L, O’Riordan A. Performance analysis of stationary throwers during the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Report for the Sports Science Committee of the International Paralympic Committee. 2009. p 1-112.
  • Frossard L, O’Riordan A, Goodman S. Performance analysis of stationary throwers during the Assen 2006 IPC World Athletics Championships - Data for evidence-based practice. Report for the Sports Science Committee of the International Paralympic Committee. ISBN: 978-0-9805274-0-7. 2008. p 1-296
  • Frossard L, O’Riordan A, Goodman S. Video recording and performance of elite seated thrower during the Athens 2004 paralympic Games. Report for Australian Paralympic Committee. 2005. p 1-80
  • Frossard L, O’Riordan A, Goodman S. Applied biomechanics for evidence-based training of Australian elite seated throwers. Report for Special Adviser to the Secretary General on Sport for Development and Peace of the United Nations (UN). 2004. p 175-198
  • Frossard L. Parashot project: Biomechanical research for athletes with disability. Report for Prime Minister through the Science and Technology In Sport of the Prime Minister’s Science Engineering and innovation Council (PMSEIC). 2004.

NOTE

The position of each author within the byline of these publications was established according to the guideline provided in the literature [Tscharntke, T., M.E. Hochberg, T.A. Rand, V.H. Resh, and J. Krauss, Author sequence and credit for contributions in multiauthored publications. PLoS Biology, 2007. 5(1): p. 13-14]. Typically, the most contributing authors where represented in the first, second and last position. The first author was systematically the writer and the person the most responsible for the development of the material presented in the publication.


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