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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and screeing values

From: A usability study of a multicomponent video game-based training for older adults

Participant characteristicsn = 19
 Age in years71.4 ± 6.1 (65–91)
 Weight [kg]69.7 ± 19.5 (42–122)
 Height [cm]169.9 ± 8.8 (150–181)
 BMI [kg/m2]24.3 ± 5.0 (17–37)
 Daily physical activitya7410 ± 2079 (4605–12,247)
 MOCA Score28.1 ± 1.4 (26–30)
 Female [n, %]10 (52.6)
Education [n, %]
 Primary school1 (5.3)
 Upper school0 (0.0)
 Apprenticeship9 (47.4)
 Gymnasium2 (10.5)
 University7 (36.8)
Fear of falling [n, %]
 Never14 (73.7)
 Sometimes5 (26.3)
 Often0 (0.0)
 Always0 (0.0)
Number of falls during last monthb [n, %]
 Never17 (89.5)
 Once2 (10.5)
 More than once0 (0.0)
Self-evaluation of health state [n, %]
 Very good4 (21.1)
 Good14 (73.7)
 Medium1 (5.3)
 Bad0 (0.0)
Self-evaluation of balance [n, %]
 Very good5 (26.3)
 Good8 (42.1)
 Medium6 (31.6)
 Bad0 (0.0)
Self-evaluation of muscle strength [n, %]
 Very good0 (0.0)
 Good18 (94.7)
 Medium0 (0.0)
 Bad1 (5.3)
  1. Data are mean values ± standard deviation (range) or number of participants per category (absolute and relative frequency) as indicated. MoCA Montreal Cognitive Assessment. aAverage steps per day measured with a StepWatch. bSelf-stated.
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