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Table 1 Study participant characteristics

From: Indirect measurement of anterior-posterior ground reaction forces using a minimal set of wearable inertial sensors: from healthy to hemiparetic walking

Participant number Side of Paresis Stroke onset (y) Sex Age (y) Height (cm) Weight (kg) CWS (m/s) Pp (%)
Healthy study participants
H01 - - F 33 155 54.0 1.10 -
H02 - - F 25 164 46.9 1.29 -
H03 - - F 24 174 64.6 1.64 -
H04 - - M 29 179 63.9 1.19 -
H05 - - F 23 154 55.6 1.55 -
H06 - - F 25 162 64.4 1.36 -
H07 - - M 21 179 57.6 1.25 -
H08 - - M 27 179 101.2 1.22 -
H09 - - M 30 177 91.2 1.23 -
H10 - - M 25 183 78.0 1.42 -
Average ±SD - - - 26 ±4 171 ±11 68 ±17 1.33 ±0.17 -
Study participants with post-stroke hemiparesis
S01 Left 8.08 M 61 180 72.6 0.97 18
S02 Right 5.92 M 35 184 93.0 1.47 31
S03 Left 7.92 M 78 181 100.8 1.00 32
S04 Right 7.25 M 56 180 88.0 0.80 24
S05 Left 6.08 M 62 176 99.8 1.27 52
Average ±SD - 7.1 ±1.0 - 58 ±15 180 ±2.9 91 ±12 1.10 ±0.27 31 ±13
  1. Abbreviations: CWS - comfortable walking speed, Pp - propulsion symmetry (see [9])