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Table 2 Statistic indicators for investigated parameters in the older groups

From: Hand grip strength variability during serial testing as an entropic biomarker of aging: a Poincaré plot analysis

VariableAge yearsM kgH cmBMI kg/m2HGS kgfFatigue %SD1 kgfSD2 kgfSD1/SD2AFE kgf2
Men (n = 40)
     DNDDNDDNDDNDDNDDND
Mean67.3079.20173.0326.5031.4427.6834.7438.611.561.506.136.030.290.2829.6528.42
SD1.269.187.723.027.356.8015.8612.450.260.271.821.910.170.139.019.96
Women (n = 40)
     DNDDNDDNDDNDDNDDND
Mean66.9567.11159.5626.3919.6417.1048.0953.841.631.585.385.050.350.3427.4125.17
SD1.348.026.753.023.523.1712.727.820.260.211.521.250.170.118.267.42
Men and women (n = 80)
     DNDDNDDNDDNDDNDDND
Mean67.1373.15166.2926.4525.5422.3941.4246.231.601.545.765.540.320.3128.5326.80
SD1.3110.509.893.008.257.4915.7812.860.260.251.711.680.170.128.668.87
  1. M body mass, H body height, BMI body mass index, HGS hand grip strength, D dominant, ND nondominant, SD standard deviation, AFE area of the fitting ellipse, n number of subjects