Diurnal variations in the outcomes of instrumented gait and quiet standing balance assessments and their association with falls history.

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One in three adults aged over 65 falls every year, resulting in enormous costs to society. Incidents of falling vary with time of day, peaking in the early morning. The aim of this study was to determine if the ability of instrumented gait and balance assessments to discriminate between participants based on their falls history varies diurnally. Body-worn… (More)
DOI: 10.1088/0967-3334/33/3/361

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@article{Doheny2012DiurnalVI, title={Diurnal variations in the outcomes of instrumented gait and quiet standing balance assessments and their association with falls history.}, author={Emer P. Doheny and Barry R. Greene and Timothy G. Foran and Clodagh Cunningham and Chie Wei Fan and Rose Anne M Kenny}, journal={Physiological measurement}, year={2012}, volume={33 3}, pages={361-73} }