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Physical Activity in Hospitalised Stroke Patients

Table 2

Included studies showing number of included patients and reason for grouping.

StudyPatient groupn

Bear-Lehman et al. [30]Stroke patients7
Bernhardt et al. [31]Full sample58
Bernhardt et al. [32]Trondheim unit37
De Weerdt et al. [33]Swiss unit8
De Weerdt et al. [34]11st observation period22
De Weerdt et al. [34]22nd observation period16
De Wit et al. [35]ABelgium unit40
De Wit et al. [35]BUnited Kingdom unit40
De Wit et al. [35]CSwitzerland unit40
De Wit et al. [35]DGerman unit40
Esmonde et al. [36]Full Sample17
Keith [37]11st observation period24
Keith [37]22nd observation period23
Keith & Cowell [38]AUnit A22
Keith & Cowell [38]BUnit B21
Keith & Cowell [38]CUnit C20
Lincoln et al. [39]11st observation period15
Lincoln et al. [39]22nd observation period15
Lincoln et al. [40]AStroke unit39
Lincoln et al. [40]BConventional Care Unit37
Mackey et al. [41]AUnit A8
Mackey et al. [41]BUnit B8
Pound et al. [42]AStroke Unit12
Pound et al. [42]BElderly Care Unit12
Pound et al. [42]CGeneral Medical Ward12
Tinson [43]Full sample15
Wellwood et al. [44]AUnited Kingdom unit8
Wellwood et al. [44]BFrance unit8
Wellwood et al. [44]CLithuania unit8
Wellwood et al. [44]DRussia unit7

1, 2denote different time periods of observation; A, B, C, Ddenote different locations.

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