Table 6

Overview of the number and percentage of instruments for different characteristics, presented per category

Capacity

Perceived performance

Actual performance


number

%

number

%

number

%


Total number measurement instruments

18

100

9

100

3

100


Target population


Stroke patients only

13

72.2%

4

44.4%

2

67%


CP patients only

4

22.2%

3

33.3%

1

33%


Stroke and CP

1

5.6%

2

22.2%

0

0%


ICF level


Activity level only

8

44.4%

8

88.9%

3

100%


Activity & function level

10

55.6%

1

11.1%

0

0%


Activity & participation level

0

0%

0

0%

0

0%


Activity, function & participation level

0

0%

0

0%

0

0%


Task included


Unimanual only

6

33.3%

0

0%

0

0%


Bimanual only

4

22.2%

0

0%

0

0%


Unimanual & bimanual

8

44.4%

9

100%

3

100%


Activities of daily living included


Basic ADL only

1

5.6%

0

0%

0

0%


Extended ADL only

7

38.9%

0

0%

1

33%


Both basic and extended ADL

10

55.6%

9

100%

2

67%


Upper limb use


AOU only

0

0%

0

0%

2

67%


QOU only

3

16.7%

0

0%

1

33%


Other description of use only

9

50%

7

77.8%

0

0%


Combination of AOU and QOU

1

5.6%

2

22.2%

0

0%


Combination of AOU and other description of use

2

11.1%

0

0%

0

0%


Combination of QOU and other description of use

3

16.7%

0

0%

0

0%


Psychometric property


Responsiveness tested

7

38.8%

4

44.4%

1

33%


Responsiveness not tested

11

61.1%

5

55.6%

2

67%


CP = cerebral palsy; AOU = amount of use; QOU = quality of use; ADL = activities of daily living

Lemmens et al. BMC Neurology 2012 12:21   doi:10.1186/1471-2377-12-21

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