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Table 4 Assistive devices used in the different studies

From: Walking with rollator: a systematic review of gait parameters in older persons

  Walking aids (model, manufacturer)
Costamagna et al. [5] instrumented four-wheeled walker
Choi et al. [20] four-wheeled walker (V4208, Jinsan Medical, Seoul, Korea)
Härdi et al. [21] single-tip cane
forearm crutch
four-wheeled walker
Hunter et al. [22] four-wheeled walker
Kegelmeyer et al. [23] aluminium straight cane (Harvey Surgical Supply Corporation)
standard walker (Graham-Field Health Products)
two-wheeled walker with fixed wheels (Medline Industries)
four-wheeled walker with front swivel casters (Invacare Corporation)
U-Step walker with six swivel wheels and a laser (In-Step Mobility Products)
Lindemann et al. [7] four-wheeled walker, of which the front wheels were 360° rotatable for navigation and the rear wheels were fixed
Lindemann et al. [6] four-wheeled walker (Ideal, Meyra, Kalletal-Kalldorf, Germany) of which the 2 front wheels were 360° rotatable
Liu et al. [24] rolling walker
Mahoney et al. [25] two-wheeled walker (Lumex Incorporated, model number 6054)
three-wheeled walker (Rajowalt Corporation, model number 4200428)
Martins et al. [26] crutches
standard walker
rollator with forearm supports (RFS ASBGo)
Protas et al. [27] WalkAbout
standard wheeled walker
Merry Walker
Rampp et al. [28] four-wheeled walker (Bischoff and Bischoff GmbH, Model B)
Schülein et al. [2] four-wheeled walker (Bischoff and Bischoff GmbH, Model B)
Schwenk et al. [29] four-wheeled walker
Tereso et al. [30] crutches
standard walker
rollator with forearm supports (RFS)
Tung et al. [31] rollator
Wang et al. [17] instrumented three-wheeled walker