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Table 1 Physical and demographic characteristics of stroke participants.

From: Effects of unilateral robotic limb loading on gait characteristics in subjects with chronic stroke

ID Age (yr)/gender (M/F) Paretic (L/R) Assistive device BMI [kg/m2] TPS [mos.] Range of Motion (°)
       Paretic Nonpareticb
       ADF APF ADF APF
1 60/M L None 26.3 21.6 -23 25 - -
2 75/M R SPC 23.3 146.4 3 34 17 43
3 60/F R AFO 22.7 88.8 -22 37 -4 45
4 53/F R AFO/SPC 20.9 37.2 -3 26 15 57
5 43/F L None 33.0 60.0 0 54 3 69
6 72/M L QC 26.3 52.8 -15 28 - -
7 60/F L None 30.0 88.8 -15 50 -10 62
8 68/M L None 26.7 18.0 -1 43 -1 54
9 64/F R None 27.5 56.4 0 35 15 53
10 73/F L SPC 23.9 84.0 -22 26 4 44
Mean 63(4M, 6F) a a 6 L/4 R a 2 AFOs, 4 canes 26.1 66.0 10.0 36.0 5.0 53.0
SD 10    3.6 38.4 10.6 10.3 9.9 9.2
  1. aExpressed as distribution.
  2. List of abbreviations- M: male, F: female; L: left, R: right; AFO: ankle foot orthosis; SPC: single point cane; QC: quad cane; BMI: body mass index; TPS: time post stroke; ADF, APF: active ankle dorsiflexion and plantarflexion, respectively with neutral (90°) subtracted.
  3. bNonparetic range of motion for participants 1 and 6 are marked with dashes to indicate missing data because it was not measured in these two individuals.