Gait Speed and Mobility Disability: Revisiting Meaningful Levels in Diverse Clinical Populations.

@article{Miller2018GaitSA,
  title={Gait Speed and Mobility Disability: Revisiting Meaningful Levels in Diverse Clinical Populations.},
  author={Michael E. Miller and Jay S. Magaziner and Anthony P. Marsh and Roger A Fielding and Thomas M. Gill and Abby C. King and Stephen B. Kritchevsky and Todd M. Manini and Mary M McDermott and Rebecca H. Neiberg and Denise L Orwig and Adam J. Santanasto and Marco Pahor and Jack Guralnik and W. Jack Rejeski},
  journal={Journal of the American Geriatrics Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={66 5},
  pages={
          954-961
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To investigate the heterogeneity of clinically meaningful levels of gait speed relative to self-reported mobility disability (SR-MD). DESIGN Five longitudinal studies with older adults in different health states (onset of acute event, presence of chronic condition, sedentary, community living) were used to explore the relationship between gait… CONTINUE READING