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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of participants

From: How many trials are needed in kinematic analysis of reach-to-grasp?—A study of the drinking task in persons with stroke and non-disabled controls

Averaged demographic characteristics, mean (SD)
  Non-disabled (n = 44) Stroke (n = 8)
Age, years 59.5 (14.9) 61.2 (8.8)
Women/men 21/23 4/4
Height, cm 171.7 (9.6) 173.0 (1.4)
Weight, kg 74.6 (16.1) 73.9 (8.6)
Individual characteristics of the participants with stroke
ID Age Sex Affected arm Stroke type Years since stroke FMA-UE (0–66) ARAT (0–57) Sens (0–12) ROM/ pain (0–24) mAS (0–20)
1 48 F Right Infarct 0.5 40 27 10 19/20 4
2 74 F Left Infarct 4 44 44 12 21/22 3
3 50 F Right Infarct 2 51 40 11 24/24 4
4 69 M Right Infarct 6 51 56 12 22/23 4
5 65 M Left Infarct 1 63 55 12 24/24 0
6 61 M Right Infarct 4 60 52 12 21/23 0
7 60 M Right Infarct 10 64 56 10 24/24 0
8 63 F Right Infarct 2 64 56 12 24/24 0
  1. Participants with stroke ID 1–5 were also included in test–retest reliability analysis
  2. FMA-UE Fugl-Meyer assessment of upper extremity, ARAT Action Research Arm test, Sens FMA-UE sensory impairment score, ROM FMA-UE range of motion, mAS modified Ashworth Score