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1

What kind of prosthetic foot is used for K2 users

Multi-axis foot

2

Which dynamic response prosthetic foot consists of a cantilevered keel

Seattle foot

3

Which prosthetic foot is considered the lightest foot?

SACH foot

4

Which dynamic response prosthetic foot consists of 1 pylon and foot

Flex foot

5

4 main types of prosthetic feet

1. SACH
2. Single-axis foot
3. Multi-axis foot
4. Energy storing/dynamic response foot

6

What kind of surfaces is a SACH foot best used on?

Flat surfaces

7

What are 2 types of flexible keel prosthetic feet?

1. Stationary Ankle Flexible Endoskeleton (SAFE)
2. Stored Energy (STEN)

8

Disadvantage of STEN foot

Can't use it on a Syme's amputation

9

Advantage of single axis prosthetic foot

Adds stability to prosthetic knee

10

Disadvantage of single axis prosthetic foot

Increased weight and cost/maintenance

11

What kind of patients are energy-storing/dynamic response prosthetic feet used on?

K3/K4 users. Athletes, active people that run and jump,

12

Disadvantage of a SAFE foot

Does not provide inversion/eversion
Heavy

13

What axis does the single axis foot allow?

Motion in plantarflexion and dorsiflexion

14

Which prosthetic foot is a rigid keel

SACH

15

Difference between flex foot and flex walk prosthetic feet

Flex walk is a shorter version of flex foot

16

2 types of multi-axis foot

1. Mechanical
2. Flexible

17

3 types of energy storing/dynamic response prosthetic feet

1. Seattle foot
2. Flex foot
3. Flex walk

18

What 2 prosthetic feet are used for K1 users?

SACH and single-axis foot

19

What motion does SACH foot have?

No motion. Compressible heel simulates plantar flexion at heel strike