On the other hand, chi-square test showed that low lower limb muscle function (i.e., SPPB and sit-to-stand
) and muscle mass index (i.e., Janssen index) might interfere in the relation between HTN and cognitive function.
We used descriptive statistics, calculated medians and interquartile ranges (IQR) for demographic data, anthropometric data, walking speed, step-counts, and sit-to-stand
counts, and we calculated means and standard deviations for the EE of steady-state activity.
trial consisted of sitting for approximately three seconds, standing up at a self-selected speed, and standing for approximately three seconds.
(2011) Test-retest reliability of the five-repetition sit-to-stand
test: a systematic review of the literature involving adults.
A Fuzzy Controller for Lower Limb Exoskeletons during Sit-to-Stand
and Stand-to-Sit Movement Using Wearable Sensors.
For all the three cases, we have compared the muscle activation of five muscles that are required for the sit-to-stand
The ability to perform a sit-to-stand
motion is important to the independence of ambulatory adults.
Major Finding: After 12 weeks, patients in the exercise intervention group had a 19% improvement in the 6-minute walk test and a 29% improvement in the sit-to-stand
With the Sit-to-Stand
Power Base with Stander attachment, students need much less assistance and time.
By integrating a supine option into the sit-to-stand
stander, Altimate Medical has offered even more positioning choices for children.
Summary of: Liao H-F, Liu Y-C, Liu W-Y, Lin Y-T (2007) Effectiveness of loaded sit-to-stand
resistance exercise for children with mild spastic diplegia: A randomized clinical trial.
Twenty inches of sit-to-stand
motion is combined with an additional five inches of independent monitor height adjustment and 25 degree screen flit (on flat panel configurations), which benefits nurses and other users, including those who wear progressive lenses.