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Table 4 Evaluation of study quality according to Newcastle-Ottawa Scale

From: Sensor-based fall risk assessment in older adults with or without cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Cross-sectional studies Selection
(5 stars)
Comparability
(2 stars)
Outcome
(3 stars)
Total Score
(10 stars)
Bautmans et al., 2011 7
Brodie et al., 2015 6
Brodie et al., 2017 7
Ejupi et al., 2017 5
Howcroft et al., 2016 7
Hua et al., 2018 8
Ihlen et al., 2016 5
Iluz et al., 2016 5
Mancini et al., 2016* 7
Marschollek et al., 2009 7
Pozaic et al., 2016 7
Qui et al., 2018 7
Rivolta et al., 2019 7
Sample et al., 2017 7
Senden et al., 2012 7
van Schooten et al., 2015* 6
Weiss et al., 2011 5
Zakaria et al., 2015 5
Prospective studies Selection
(4 stars)
Comparability
(2 stars)
Outcome
(3 stars)
Total score
(9 stars)
Bizovska et al., 2018 6
Buckinx et al., 2015 6
Buisseret et al., 2020 7
Gietzelt et al., 2014 6
Greene et al., 2012 7
Howcroft et al., 2018 6
Ihlen et al., 2018 5
Marschollek et al., 2011 6
Mancini et al., 2016 a 5
van Schooten et al., 2015 a 6
Wang et al., 2017 4
Weiss et al., 2013 6
  1. a Mancini et al. [45] and van Schooten et al. [52] had a mixed study design and were therefore considered for both types of study design