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Table 5 Completion of baseline measures

From: Feasibility and efficacy of a multi-factorial intervention to prevent falls in older adults with cognitive impairment living in residential care (ProF-Cog). A feasibility and pilot cluster randomised controlled trial

  N (%) 0–10 Minutes
  Completed at baseline Unable (cognitive) Unable (physical) Unable (cognitive and physical) Refused Missing other reason Rating of ease Time taken to complete
Physical
 Sit to stand score 158 (83%) 12 (6%) N/a 9 (5%) 6 (3%) 6 (3%) 2 7
 Balance score 100 (52%) 17 (9%) 50 (26%)a 12 (6%) 8 (4%) 4 (2%) 2 5
 Timed up and Go 92 (48%) 15 (8%) 50 (26%) 18 (9%) 11 (6%) 5 (3%) 5 10
 Near tandem standing 33 (17%) 25 (13%) 100 (52%)a 18 (9%) 10 (5%) 5 (3%) 7 7
 5× sit to stand score 28 (15%) 19 (10%) 111 (58%) 19 (10%) 9 (5%) 5 (2%) 4 10
Question to participant
 ACE-R 135 (71%) 42 (16%)a 2 (1%) 5 (3%)a 10 (5%) 8 (4%) 6 30
 Health today 110 (58%) 42 (22%) 3 (1.5%) 3 (1.5%) 17 (9%) 16 (8%) 4 8
 Cornell resident 111 (58%) 47 (25%) 1 (0.5%) 3 (1.5%) 13 (7%) 16 (8%) 6 15
 FES-I 76 (40%) 51 (27%) 16 (8%) 16 (8%) 18 (9%) 14 (8%) 6 12
Question to carer
 NPI-NH 191 (100%) - - - - - 6 20
 PAM-RC 188 (98%) - - - - 3 (2% 3 5
 Cornell carer 188 (98%) - - - - 3 (2%) 5 15
  1. agiven a score of 0 if unable to do this test