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Table 1 Clinical data of the subjects

From: Efficacy of a hybrid assistive limb in post-stroke hemiplegic patients: a preliminary report

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      
  1. 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
  2. Groups A, Required assistance during walking with handrail; Group B: Supervision during walking with handrail; Group C: Supervision during walking with quad cane