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Table 3 Analysis of The Relationship Between Baseline Slow Gait Speed and Cognition at 18 Months (ADAS-Cog) in Mild to Moderate AD. Under unadjusted or adjusted models, there was no association between baseline slow gait speed and cognition at 18 months (dependent variable). ADAS-Cog = Alzheimer Disease Assessment Scale – Cognitive Subsection

From: Gait speed, cognition and falls in people living with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer disease: data from NILVAD

PredictorModel 1 Model 2 Model 3 
 β-Coef (95% CI)Pβ-Coef (95% CI)PβCoef (95% CI)P
Baseline Slow Gait Speed−1.49 (−4.61, 1.63)0.35−0.63 (−3.69, 2.42)0.69− 0.80 (−3.86, 2.25)0.606
Baseline ADAS-Cog  0.22 (0.13, 0.31)< 0.001*0.22 (0.13, 0.32)< 0.001*
Age  −0.21 (−0.32, − 0.10)< 0.001*− 0.22 (− 0.34, − 0.10)< 0.001*
Gender (Female)  0.94 (−2.80, 0.92)0.3210.97 (−2.83, 0.90)0.310
Study Arm  −0.73 (− 2.49, 1.02)0.414− 0.70 (− 2.46, 1.06)0.437
Body Mass Index  −0.25 (− 0.46 - -0.04)0.018*− 0.27 (− 0.48 - -0.06)0.011*
Education (Years)  0.13 (−0.11–0.37)0.2910.14 (− 0.10–0.38)0.244
Diagnosis Duration  − 0.67 (−1.22 – − 0.12)0.017−0.68 (− 1.22 – − 0.12)0.015
Total Medications    0.17 (−0.18–0.52)0.345
Total Comorbidities    0.08 (−0.33–0.49)0.697
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