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Gait Speed of Hemiplegic Patients at a Pedestrian Crossing

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  • 片麻痺患者の横断歩道における歩行スピード

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Abstract

In 30 hemiplegic patients, gait speed at a pedestrian crossing and that for 10-m indoors were measured in order to confirm whether gait speed indoors was also displayed outdoors.<br>The results indicated that gait speed indoors was not displayed effectively at a pedestrian crossing. It seems that environmental and psychological factors and the necessity for reacting to situations influence the gait speed outdoors.<br>This study suggests that gait speed indoors is not an appropriate indicator of that outdoors.

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  • Physical Therapy Japan

    Physical Therapy Japan 17 (5), 459-462, 1990-09-10

    Japanese Society of Physical Therapy

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