Table 1

Clinical data of the subjects

Case

Age Gender

Etiology

Duration since stroke onset (days)

Duration since admission (days)

Duration since ambulation ex.(days)

Neurological deficits (BRS)

mAS

RMI

FAC

Cane

Group


1

75 M

CI

44

5

1

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

1

5

1

handrail

A

neglect

2

78 M

ICH

33

7

1

Rt-hemiplegia (3)

1+

5

1

handrail

A

aphasia

3

68 F

CI

44

9

1

Rt-hemiplegia (2)

2

4

1

handrail

A

aphasia

4

62 M

ICH

87

44

1

Rt-hemiplegia (2)

2

4

1

handrail

A

aphasia

5

70 M

CI

116

56

31

Lt-hemiplegia (2)

2

6

2

handrail

B

neglect

6

65 M

ICH

38

7

10

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

1

6

2

handrail

B

neglect

7

66 M

ICH

27

11

7

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

1

6

2

handrail

B

8

64 M

CI

48

19

17

Rt-hemiplegia (2)

2

6

2

Quad cane

C

aphasia

9

50 F

CI

38

9

6

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

1

6

2

Quad cane

C

10

63 F

SAH

47

9

5

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

1

6

2

Quad cane

C

11

55 F

SAH

53

13

9

Rt-hemiplegia (3)

1+

6

2

Quad cane

C

12

77 F

ICH

29

16

46

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

1

6

2

Quad cane

C

13

53 M

CI

42

24

20

Rt-hemiplegia (2)

1

5

2

Quad cane

C

14

53 M

CI

109

53

35

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

2

6

2

Quad cane

C

neglect

15

48 F

ICH

38

15

14

Lt-hemiplegia (3)

1

6

2

Quad cane

C

16

68 F

ICH

37

15

14

Rt-hemiplegia (3)

1

6

2

Quad cane

C

aphasia


BRS, Brunnstrom recovery stage; mAS, modified Asthworth scale; RMI, Rivermead mobility index; FAC, functional ambulation categories; M, male; F, female; CI, cerebral infarction; ICH, intracerebral hemorrhage; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage

Groups A, Required assistance during walking with handrail; Group B: Supervision during walking with handrail; Group C: Supervision during walking with quad cane

Maeshima et al. BMC Neurology 2011 11:116   doi:10.1186/1471-2377-11-116

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