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Table 1 Baseline demographic characteristics, and preoperative outcome measures for total hip replacement surgery rehabilitation trial participants

From: Does an early home-based progressive resistance training program improve function following total hip replacement? Results of a randomized controlled study

Characteristic/outcome measure Home-based, progressive resistance training (PRT) group (n = 25) Standard rehabilitation (control) group (n = 24)
Age in years (mean (SD)) 65.15 (9.06) 66.33 (11.02)
Sex- Males (n) 10 14
Sex- Females (n) 15 10
Weight (kg) 78.88 (19.17) 81.46 (16.43)
Height (m) 1.67 (0.10) 1.66 (0.09)
BMI 28.04 (5.79) 29.44 (5.25)
Maximal Voluntary Contraction Operated Leg Quadriceps (N) 167.38 (77.04) 182.13 (73.05) p = 0.497
Sit to stand (ST) number performed in 30 s 8.92 (4.69) 8.20 (4.18) p = 0.574
Stair Climb Performance (SCP) in seconds (s) 14.70 (8.67) 18.13 (9.94) p = 0.204
Timed up and go test (TUG) in seconds (s) 13.35 (10.05) 12.06 (6.02) p = 0.589
Six Minute Walk Test (6MWT) in metres (m) 259.71 (116.57) 236.96 (108.69) p = 0.480