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Table 1 Clinical features of the included patients (n = 11)

From: The relationships between three-axis accelerometer measures of physical activity and motor symptoms in patients with Parkinson’s disease: a single-center pilot study

Clinical feature: Mean (±SD) or Number (%)
Age (years) 67.1 (± 7.7)
Mean disease duration (years) 13.8 (± 5.8)
Gender (%)
 Male 4 (36.4%)
 Female 7 (63.6%)
Adjustment of Drugs/DBS (%)
 Drugs 3 (27.3%)
 DBS 8 (72.7%)
MMSE 26.9 (± 2.7)
UPDRS-3 (On)
 Worst day 30.5 (± 20.0)
 Best day 18.6 (± 19.6)
On hour(s)
 Worst day 1.8 (± 2.6)
 Best day 8.6 (± 5.1)
Motor symptom (%)
 Bradykinesia 11 (100%)
 Dyskinesia 3 (27.3%)
 Resting tremor 4 (36.4%)
 Sub-score of UPDRS-3 ≥ 2 2 (18.2%)
 Postural instability 11 (100%)
 Pulsion phenomenon 2 (18.2%)
 Freezing of gait 3 (27.3%)
Physical activity (%)
 Sedatory 2 (18.2%)
 Inactive 5 (45.5%)
 Active 4 (36.4%)
  1. SD Standard deviation, DBS Deep brain stimulation, MMSE Mini-Mental State Examination, UPDRS Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale. Sedentary: Usually uses a wheelchair. Inactive: Uses a wheelchair at times. Active: No use of a wheelchair