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Table 3 Measurements of software data and clinical outcomes before and after training with VR-TNR program

From: Teleneurorehabilitation program (virtual reality) for patients with balance disorders: descriptive study

  Time 1
n = 16
Median (IR)
Time 2
n = 16
Median (IR)
Value p
GENERAL TRAINING INFORMATION
 Performance (%)   89.6 (81.3; 94.7)  
 Data evaluation (days)   27.5 (24.5; 29.5)  
Training time (minutes) per cluster
 Cluster # 3 (n = 2)   519 (280–757)  
 Cluster # 4 (n = 1)   509 (509–509)  
 Cluster # 5 (n = 13)   434 (267–668)  
Difficulty 12.5 (8.9; 31.4) 71.5 (46.4; 88.8) < 0.001
REHAMETRICS DATA
 Maximum Height Right Side (MHRS) (cm) 14.0 (0; 32.5) 23.5 (0; 29.0) 0.917
 Maximum Height Left Side (MHLS) (cm) 19.5 (0; 31.0) 25.0 (4.5; 34.5) 0.347
 Maximum Width Right side (MWRS) (cm) 20.0 (0; 26.0) 28.5 (10.0; 37.0) 0.155
 Maximum Width Left Side (MWLS) (cm) 20.5 (1.5; 24.0) 28.0 (9.5; 36.0) 0.009
CLINICAL OUTCOMES
 MiniBESTest (MBT) 24.5 (15.0; 26.0) 26.0 (23.0; 28.0) 0.006
 Functional Gait Assessment (FGA) 26.5 (19.5; 30.0) 28.0 (25.0; 29.0) 0.045
 Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA) 24.0 (9.5; 26.5) 25.0 (21.0; 28.5) 0.020
 6 Minutes Walk Test (6MWT) 402 (352; 520) 450 (379; 570) 0.105
  1. Performance, days of evaluation and training time per cluster are only measured at the end