Journal of Healthcare Engineering / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Sensory Electrical Stimulation Cueing May Reduce Freezing of Gait Episodes in Parkinson’s Disease

Table 1

Walking tasks identified by the participants and common features.

IndexWalking task

P1Walk from the living room to the kitchen and move the kettle from counter to counter, walk to the front door, open and close the door, and walk to the kitchen then to the front door and finally to the living room.

P2Walk from the living room to the kitchen sink and then to the bedroom and sit on the bed.

P3Walk from the living room to the back door, walk through a narrow path to the front door, and finally walk to the living room.

P4Walk from the living room to the kitchen, walk upstairs into the bedroom, turn at window, and walk downstairs and back to the living room.

P5Walk from the living room to the toilet, then walk to the bedroom, walk to the kitchen, and finally walk to the living room.

P6Stand and walk from the living room to the toilet, then sit and stand, walk out to the corridor and turn, and walk back to the living room and sit on chair.

P7Walk from the living room to the bedroom, then walk to the kitchen, walk to the spare room, and finally return to the living room.

P8Walk from the living room upstairs into the study room, then walk to the bedroom and bathroom, and walk downstairs and back to the living room.

P9Walk from the living room to the kitchen, and then walk to the bathroom and back to the living room.