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Table 1 SCI participant characteristics, pre-training measurements, and treadmill walking test parameters

From: Improvements in skilled walking associated with kinematic adaptations in people with spinal cord injury

Participant Characteristics Pre-Training Measurements Test Parameters
Participant Code Sex Age (years) AIS Injury Level Etiology Chronicity (years) Strong Step Length (cm) Weak Step Length (cm) Strong LEMS Weak LEMS SCI-FAP 10 MWT (m/s) Treadmill Speed (m/s) BW unloaded (% of body mass) # of steps (pre, post)
SCI01 M 31 D T4 Trauma 6 35.06 36.68 14 1 601 0.09 0.06 12 12, 12
SCI02 M 57 D C4 Trauma 2 60.53 56.65 24 15 365 0.15 0.29 8 23, 23
SCI03 M 34 C C4–5 Trauma 5 60.50 58.80 9 9 176 0.24 0.32 0 15, 16
SCI04 M 38 D C1/2 Trauma 4 67.05 68.71 23 14 88 0.59 0.13 0 22, 37
SCI05 F 53 D T3 Hemorrhage 2 54.02 54.90 23 10 83 0.34 0.23 7 19, 31
SCI06 M 63 D C5 Trauma 2 53.54 55.50 23 17 58 0.33 0.39 0 27, 30
SCI07 F 27 D T10 AVM 15 62.26 63.40 14 11 38 0.84 0.71 0 55, 39
SCI08 F 26 D C4/5 Trauma 3 78.51 71.58 24 17 8 1.03 1.04 7 63, 63
5M;3F 36 7D;1C 3.5 60.51 57.73 23 12.5 85.5 0.34 0.31 3.5 22.5, 30.5
  1. Strong and weak is determined by LEMS score
  2. Numerical values in the last row represent the median
  3. AIS American spinal cord injury association impairment scale, LEMS Lower extremity motor score, SCI-FAP Spinal cord injury functional ambulation profile, 10MWT 10-meter walk test, BW Body weight