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Table 1 Demographics and clinical characteristics of participants

From: Predicting clinically significant motor function improvement after contemporary task-oriented interventions using machine learning approaches

Baseline variables Participants (N = 239)
Age (years) 54.72 ± 11.12
Gender (male/female) 176/63
Side of lesion (right/left) 108/131
Time since stroke (months) 17.95 ± 13.55
FMA 40.68 ± 12.29
NHISS 2.92 ± 2.51
Brunnstrom stage proximal 4.05 ± 0.81
Brunnstrom stage distal 3.99 ± 1.04
MAL AOU 0.82 ± 0.84
MAL QOM 0.86 ± 0.9
FIM 114.18 ± 11.39
SIS mean scores 48.95 ± 18.29
SIS recovery scores (%) 64.15 ± 11.78
  1. Value is mean ± standard deviation
  2. FMA Fugl-Meyer Assessment Scale of Upper Extremity, NIHSS National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale, MAL AOU motor activity log-amount of use, MAL QOM motor activity log-quality of movement, FIM functional independence measure, SIS stroke impact scale