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Table 4 Comparison of specific tests at pre-training, training and post-training phases

From: Development of a vibratory cueing system using an implicit method to increase walking speed in patients with stroke: a proof-of-concept study

VariableaPre (n = 6c)Training (n = 6)Post (n = 6)p-valueb
Pre-traPre-post
Cadence (steps/min)95.07 (92.00–99.67)104.46 (98.00–111.67)107.45 (102.75–110.05)0.06950.0155*
Walking speed (m/s)0.739 (0.643–0.844)0.732 (0.671 –1.009)0.869 (0.798–1.030)0.23310.0342*
Circumduction of hip joint of paralyzed side (m)0.0399 (0.0334–0.0509)0.0321 (0.0316–0.0489)0.4142
Stance time ratio of paralyzed and non-paralyzed side (–)0.992 (0.985–0.997)0.986 (0.982–0.986)1.00
  1. aMedian values (interquartile range)
  2. bDagger (✝), P ≤ 0.1; single asterisks, P ≤ 0.05; (Friedman’s test)
  3. cn = number of patients