2018
DOI: 10.1016/j.jelekin.2018.03.002
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The inter-observer reliability and agreement of lateral balance recovery responses in older and younger adults

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“…1 ). Lower single-step and multiple-step thresholds were found earlier in older adults compared with young’s [ 22 ] and in stroke patients compared with age matched healthy controls [ 28 ]. A recovery step at a lower perturbation magnitude in OFs may suggest a lower balance recovery function, i.e., less ability to control the CoM motion over the BoS, or may be due to a past single fall event which resulted in a greater fear of falling (FES-I) that does not actually represent true balance abilities.…”
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“…1 ). Lower single-step and multiple-step thresholds were found earlier in older adults compared with young’s [ 22 ] and in stroke patients compared with age matched healthy controls [ 28 ]. A recovery step at a lower perturbation magnitude in OFs may suggest a lower balance recovery function, i.e., less ability to control the CoM motion over the BoS, or may be due to a past single fall event which resulted in a greater fear of falling (FES-I) that does not actually represent true balance abilities.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We also verified an existence of each recovery step by 3D kinematic data. This method showed excellent inter-observer reliability for single-step and multiple-step thresholds (ICC2,1 = 0.978 and ICC2,1 = 0.971, respectively; p < 0.001), an excellent total inter-observer kappa score for balance recovery strategies (0.896, p < .0.001) and inter-observer percentage agreements of 85–100% for leg strategies among older adults [ 22 ]. The single-step threshold level was defined as the minimum perturbation magnitude that consistently elicited a single compensatory step for at least two consecutive perturbation magnitudes.…”
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“…It was found earlier that during gait, the pelvis position is a reasonable proxy for the CoM position [42]. Using this method, Batcir et al [43] found excellent inter-observer reliability for first step recovery initiation duration, step duration, step length, and the estimated distance of the CoM from the BoS (ICC2,1 = 0.917, ICC2,1 = 0.975, ICC2,1 = 0.978, and ICC2,1 = 0.918, respectively; p < 0.001).…”
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“…40 Also, high interobserver reliability for step threshold, multiple step threshold and fall threshold was found in older adults. 33 The spatiotemporal events extracted from the collected data were analyzed by customized semiautomated program written in C# (Microsoft, 2000) specifically for this study protocol 33 : (1) The surface translation was detected as the first horizontal deviation of the marker placed on the treadmill greater than 3 standard deviations from the average baseline noise. (2) First step lift-off the ground was defined at the first deviation of the marker placed on the swinging leg ankle joint in the vertical direction, greater than 4 mm from the average baseline after the surface translation.…”
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confidence: 99%