|Review||Review characteristics||Risk of bias assessment||Summary of key findings||Interpretation|
No study number or characteristics to extract
|High||No extractable data||Unclear|
|Scott ||Systematic review with no meta||high||
Sensitivity NS specificity NS IIR 0.63|
In one study in long-term care.
|Chen-Ju Fu ||Meta-analysis||High||
7805 subjects revealed significant difference in the complete time of the 5-time sit-to-stand test between the two groups (mean difference|
[faller – non-faller] = 1.90 seconds [95% CI: 0.98–2.82], p < 0.001,.
However, inconsistent results with high heterogeneity (I2 = 87%) was also detected amongst the included studies, with only one study didn’t favor the non-faller group.
(n = 3)
|Unclear||For those requiring 12 seconds or more to complete the 5 times sit-to-stand test (5TSTS) (positive test), the PoTP = 41%. For those able to complete this task in less than 12 seconds (negative test), the PoTP = 20%. These findings are derived from data in 1 Level I72 and 2 Level II57,77 prospective studies with a combined sample of 3319 participants.||Favourable|
|Chantanachai ||Meta-analysis||Low||No meta-analysis data||Unclear|