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Table 1 Patient characteristics and motor performance

From: Gait training early after stroke with a new exoskeleton – the hybrid assistive limb: a study of safety and feasibility

Case No. Age Type of stroke Side of paresis (L/R) Time from stroke to inclusion (days) Number of training sessions Net walking time/session (min) median (range) Walking distance/session (m) median (range) HAL mode of action 10MWT, self selected speed (s) B/E 10MWT, maximal speed (s) B/E BBS (0–56) B/E FAC (0–5) B/E
1 64 H L 46 20 21 (10–29) 231 (93–435) CAC/CVC −/− −/− 4/5 0/1
2 39 H R 46 16 22 (4–30) 403 (27–700) CAC/CVC 147/32 147/15 5/37 1/2
3 55 I R 11 16 45 (21–55) 813 (210–1188) CAC/CVC 34/25 32/22 33/47 2/4
4 59 I R 6 7 17 (7–18) 150 (70–300) CAC -/26 -/26 23/39 0/2
5 61 I L 33 17 26 (7–44,5) 475 (82–1050) CAC/CVC 480/244 480/244 7/10 0/1
6 48 I R 39 31 32 (2–50) 533 (20–1125) CAC/CVC -/279 -/279 4/19 0/1
7 57 I L 37 11 26 (9,5-32) 520 (127–675) CAC/CVC -/147 -/147 10/12 0/1
8 39 H L 26 6 24 (20,5-46) 460 (376–920) CAC/CVC 76/40 76/30 30/40 1/2
  1. Abbrevation: H hemorrhage, I infarct, L left, R right, CAC cybernic autonomous control, CVC cybernic voluntary control, B/E Baseline/Endpoint, 10MWT 10 Meter Walking Test, BBS Bergs Balance Scale, FAC Functional Ambulation Categories.