Journal of Healthcare Engineering / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

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

Table 2

Participants’ results of testing, time to complete task, number of FoG episodes occurring, and percentage of reduction.

Time (s) to complete task (number of FoG episodes occurring)Reduction (%) in time to complete task (reduction (%) in the number of FoG episodes occurring)
ControlCueingCueing

P186.18 (8)79.8 (6)7.4% (25%)
P293.32 (10)85.36 (6)8.53% (40%)
P366 (3)59.1 (0)10.45% (100%)
P4103.9 (8)70.2 (2)32.44% (75%)
P5112 (4)81 (1)27.68% (75%)
P686.4 (3)80.7 (1)6.60% (66.7%)
P7113.8 (7)106.3 (4)6.59% (42.86%)
P8178.4 (1)173.9 (0)2.52% (100%)
P951.26 (0)38 (0)25.87% (0%)
Mean (SD)99.03 ± 36.12 (4.89 ± 3.48)86.04 ± 37.92 (2.22 ± 2.49)14.23 ± 11.15% (58.28 ± 33.89%)