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2007

  1.  BURGER, Helena, MAVER, Tomaž, MARINČEK, Črt. Partial hand amputation and work. Disabil. rehabil.. [Print ed.], Sept. 2007, vol. 29, no. 17, str. 1317-1321.
  2.  CIKAJLO, Imre, MATJAČIĆ, Zlatko. The influence of boot stiffness on gait kinematics and kinetics during stance phase. Ergonomics, 2007, vol. 50.
  3.  CIKAJLO, Imre, MATJAČIĆ, Zlatko. A novel approach in objective assessment of functional postural responses during fall-free perturbed standing in clinical environment. Technol. health care, 2007, vol. 15, no. 3, str. 181-193.
  4. CIKAJLO, Imre, MATJAČIĆ, Zlatko, BAJD, Tadej. Efficient FES triggering applying Kalman filter during sensory supported treadmill walking. J. med. eng. technol.. [Print ed.], 2007, vol. 31.
  5. DERVIŠEVIĆ, Edvin, HADŽIĆ, Vedran, BURGER, Helena. Reproducibility of trunk isokinetic strength findings in healthy individuals. Isokinet. exerc. sci., 2007, vol. 15, no. 2, str. 99-109.
  6. ERJAVEC, Tatjana, RUSJAN, Špela. Redna telesna aktivnost v kroničnem obdobju po možganski kapi : možnost prenosa v bivalno okolje = Regular physical activity in the chronic period after stroke : possible transfer into the living environment. Rehabilitacija (Ljubl.), sept. 2007, letn. 6, št. 1, str. 14-18.
  7. GROLEGER, Katja, VREČAR, Irena, KORELC, Simona. Kaj starši menijo o uporabi sistemov za razvrščanje otrok s cerebralno paralizo na osnovi funkcijskih sposobnosti in zanesljivost med ocenjevalci = Parents' opinion on the use of classification systems based on functional abilities in children with cerebral palsy, and their inter-rater reliability. Rehabilitacija (Ljubl.), sept. 2007, letn. 6, št. 1, str. 26-32.
  8. JAMNIK, Helena, KLOPČIČ SPEVAK, Milica. Ocenjevanje izida zdravljenja in rehabilitacije bolnikov z bolečino v križu = Treatment and rehabilitation outcome assessment in patients with low back pain. Rehabilitacija (Ljubl.), sept. 2007, letn. 6, št. 1, str. 33-40.
  9. MATJAČIĆ, Zlatko. Apparatus for dynamic balance training during treadmill walking. J. rehabil. med., 2007, vol. 39, no. 1, str. 91-94.
  10. MATJAČIĆ, Zlatko, OLENŠEK, Andrej. Biomechanical characterization and clinical implications of artificially induced crouch walking : differences between pure iliopsoas, pure hamstrings and combination of iliopsoas and hamstrings contractures. J. biomech.. [Print ed.], 2007, vol. 40, no. 3, str. 491-501.
  11. OBLAK, Jakob, KRIŽAJ, Dejan, AMON, Slavko, MAČEK LEBAR, Alenka, MIKLAVČIČ, Damijan. Feasibility study for cell electroporation detection and separation by means of dielectrophoresis. Bioelectrochemistry. [Print ed.], 2007, vol. 71, no. 2, str. 164-171, ilustr.
  12. SPIVAK, E., KEREN, O., NIV, D., LEVENTAL, J., STEINBERG, F., BARAK, D., CHEN, B., ZUPAN, Anton, CATZ, A. Electromyographic signal-activated functional electrical stimulation of abdominal muscles : the effect on pulmonary function in patients with tetraplegia. Spinal cord, July 2007, vol. 45, no. 7, str. 491-495.
  13. ŠVAJGER, Andreja. Zadržanje zaposlitve po zaključku programa Nova pot = Job retention after inclusion in "The New Way" programme. Rehabilitacija (Ljubl.), sept. 2007, letn. 6, št. 1, str. 47-52.
  14. ZORKO, Martin, MATOIC, Branka, BURGER, Helena. Padci na oddelku za rehabilitacijo bolnikov po travmi, z revmatskimi obolenji in okvarami perifernega živčevja Inštituta Republike Slovenije za rehabilitacijo v letu 2006 = Falls at the department for rehabilitation of patients after bone fractures, with rheumatoid diseases and peripheral nerve lesions at The Institute for Rehabilitation, Republic of Slovenia, in 2006. Rehabilitacija (Ljubl.), sept. 2007, letn. 6, št. 1, str. 19-25.
  15. BURGER, Helena, MARINČEK, Črt. Return to work after lower limb amputation. Disabil. rehabil.. [Print ed.], Sept. 2007, vol. 29, no. 17, str. 1323-1329.
  16. CIKAJLO, Imre, MATJAČIĆ, Zlatko, BAJD, Tadej. CNS reorganization during sensory-supported treadmill training. V: AKAY, Metin (ur.). Handbook of neural engineering. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley - Interscience, cop. 2007, str. 509-518.
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