Psychometric comparisons of the timed up and go, one-leg stand, functional reach, and Tinetti balance measures in community-dwelling older people

Mau-Roung Lin, Hei Fen Hwang, Ming Hsia Hu, Hong Dar Isaac Wu, Yi Wei Wang, Fu Chao Huang

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OBJECTIVES: To compare the practicality, reliability, validity, and responsiveness of the timed up and go (TUG), one-leg stand (OLS), functional reach (FR), and Tinetti balance (TB) performance measures in people aged 65 and older. DESIGN: A prospective study. SETTING: Shin-Sher Township of Taichung County, west-central Taiwan. PARTICIPANTS: Twelve hundred community-dwelling older people. MEASUREMENTS: During an initial assessment at their residences, participants were interviewed for demographics, cognition, fall history, use of a walking aid, and activities of daily living (ADLs), in addition to completing the four balance tests. Falls were ascertained by telephone every 3 months for a 1-year follow-up; the four balance measures and ADLs were also reassessed at the end of the follow-up year. RESULTS: Of the four balance measures, the OLS had the lowest participation rate, and participation of people who were cognitively impaired had fallen in the previous year, used a walking aid, or suffered from an ADL disability was lower than for their counterparts. The time to complete the tests ranged from 58 seconds for OLS, to 160 seconds for the TB. All four balance measures exhibited excellent test-retest reliability and discriminant validity but poor responsiveness to fall status. The TB showed better discriminant, convergent, and predictive validities and responsiveness to ADL changes than the other three tests. CONCLUSION: According to psychometric properties, the most suitable performance measure for evaluating balance in community-dwelling older people was the TB, followed by the TUG.
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期刊Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
52
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出版狀態已發佈 - 八月 2004

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Independent Living
Activities of Daily Living
Psychometrics
Leg
Reproducibility of Results
Walking
Taiwan
Telephone
Cognition
History
Demography
Prospective Studies

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  • Geriatrics and Gerontology

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Psychometric comparisons of the timed up and go, one-leg stand, functional reach, and Tinetti balance measures in community-dwelling older people. / Lin, Mau-Roung; Hwang, Hei Fen; Hu, Ming Hsia; Wu, Hong Dar Isaac; Wang, Yi Wei; Huang, Fu Chao.

於: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 卷 52, 編號 8, 08.2004, p. 1343-1348.

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

Lin, Mau-Roung ; Hwang, Hei Fen ; Hu, Ming Hsia ; Wu, Hong Dar Isaac ; Wang, Yi Wei ; Huang, Fu Chao. / Psychometric comparisons of the timed up and go, one-leg stand, functional reach, and Tinetti balance measures in community-dwelling older people. 於: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2004 ; 卷 52, 編號 8. 頁 1343-1348.
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