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Table 5 Observed mean stride length ± standard deviation (SD)

From: Effects of gait support in patients with spinocerebellar degeneration by a wearable robot based on synchronization control

Case ID Stride length ± SD [cm]
  Without PU Cond. A Cond. B Cond. C
1 128.08 ±0.13 123.56 ±1.79 127.99 ±1.04 126.54 ±1.49
2 60.83 ±10.38 46.42 ±6.85 48.82 ±1.74 58.21 ±6.86
3 81.83 ±6.10 100.20 ±4.79 89.75 ±1.09 104.39 ±6.55
4 64.16 ±7.51 62.13 ±1.84 62.85 ±3.95 63.69 ±1.79
5 83.51 ±10.87 76.90 ±10.86 89.85 ±5.98 87.27 ±3.90
6 107.76 ±6.03 91.27 ±4.58 95.48 ±1.91 95.90 ±1.38
7 128.34 ±2.54 129.09 ±5.55 130.38 ±5.66 138.45 ±4.18
8 58.84 ±6.09 46.90 ±7.42 63.46 ±3.36 64.07 ±1.84
9 59.09 ±7.36 61.97 ±10.44 74.99 ±3.61 67.66 ±3.81
10 93.79 ±12.63 91.41 ±4.37 100.16 ±4.98 107.32 ±0.78
11 117.84 ±2.30 104.84 ±4.84 110.24 ±3.64 115.63 ±1.30
12 104.75 ±8.91 104.09 ±10.00 111.13 ±6.87 105.84 ±3.98
  1. Bold numbers show the statistically increase of stride length compared with the patient’s basic gait without wearing the power unit (PU) including actuators, a switch box, and a controller box of the curara system. p<0.05, p<0.001