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Table 3 Agreement for body-fixed-sensor and force-plate method in duration estimation of standing-up (SU) and sitting-down (SD)

From: Sit-stand and stand-sit transitions in older adults and patients with Parkinson’s disease: event detection based on motion sensors versus force plates

  Older subjects (36 trials) Patients with PD (29 trials)
  ICC3,1 LOA (s) t p ICC3,1 LOA (s) t p
  (95% CI)     (95% CI)    
SU 0.784 0.417 1.725 .093 0.612 0.394 0.702 .488
  (0.616-0.884)     (0.322-0.797)    
SD 0.821 0.433 4.259 .000* 0.747 0.346 5.467 .000*
  (0.676-0.904)     (0.528-0.873)    
  1. Intra-class correlation coefficients (ICCs3,1), corresponding 95% confidence intervals (CIs), limits of agreement (LOAs) and paired samples t-test results for the condition with arms crossed in front of the trunk.
  2. t: two-tailed paired samples t-test, * significant difference.