2014
DOI: 10.1093/gerona/glu087
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Abstract: A single session of repeated-slip exposure could improve community-dwelling older adults' resilience to postural disturbances and, hence, significantly reduce their annual risk of falls.

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“…Pai et al . also found a significant reduction in falls incidence after PBT in their study (67 community‐dwelling older adults completed the PBT and 1‐year follow up; mean age 72 years, SD 5.5 years) 31. Participants were exposed to either just one slip or a single PBT session of 24 unannounced slips.…”
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confidence: 83%
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“…Pai et al . also found a significant reduction in falls incidence after PBT in their study (67 community‐dwelling older adults completed the PBT and 1‐year follow up; mean age 72 years, SD 5.5 years) 31. Participants were exposed to either just one slip or a single PBT session of 24 unannounced slips.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 83%
“…Participants were exposed to either just one slip or a single PBT session of 24 unannounced slips. During the follow‐up period of 12 months, the intervention group had a 50% decrease (34% to 15%, P  < 0.05) in falls incidence, whereas no change in falls incidence was seen in the control group, who were 2.3‐fold more likely to fall than those in the intervention group in the 12‐month follow‐up period 31. Finally, Mansfield et al .…”
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confidence: 94%
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