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Table 1 Subject demographics at baseline

From: Does the addition of concurrent visual feedback increase adherence to a home exercise program in people with stroke: a single-case series?

Subject Age MMSE FMA MAL14 Self-efficacy MRS BBT (affected) BBT (un affected) Time since stroke (months) Time since rehabilitation (months)
1 64 26 63 7.2 6.4 2 16 29 58 20
2 52 29 62 5.6 10.0 2 65 81 6 4
3 63 28 62 5.6 8.5 3 32 59 13 6
4 65 27 32 5.0 5.9 3 0 57 24 21
5 65 30 62 4.5 7.4 3 19 63 14 9
6 70 29 33 4.7 10.0 2 2 68 7 3
7 21 30 55 4.7 6.1 2 20 32 110 57
8 62 30 64 7.1 7.5 2 45 64 24 .5
9 56 30 65 7.9 9.7 2 48 54 3 1
10 63 30 35 5.1 7.3 3 36 60 5 4
  1. MMSE Mini-Mental State Examination (0–30), FMA Fugl-Meyer Assessment (0–66), MAL14 Motor Activity Log-14 (0–10), Self-Efficacy Self-efficacy for Exercise Scale (0–10), MRS Modified Rankine Score (0–6), BBT Box and Block Test