Table 2.
Table 2.

Analysis of Individual Self-Report and Performance-Based Balance Measures for the 12-Month Follow-up Perioda

  • a AIC=Akaike information criterion, AUC=area under the curve, CI=confidence interval, LR+=likelihood ratio for a positive test result, LR−=likelihood ratio for a negative test result, BBS=Berg Balance Scale, DGI=Dynamic Gait Index, FRT=Functional Reach Test, FES-I=Falls Efficacy Scale–International, TUG=Timed “Up & Go” Test, ABC=Activities-specific Balance Confidence Scale, BESTest=Balance Evaluation Systems Test, N/A=not applicable, Mini-BESTest=condensed version of the BESTest, FGA=Functional Gait Assessment, Brief-BESTest=shortened version of the BESTest.

  • b The pretest probability of being a recurrent faller was 32.5%.61,62 Data were from previous prospective studies and include values for a 6-month follow-up period.

  • c “63%” and “46%” were defined by Duncan et al as “percentage score determined from raw score to ease comparison to the BESTest.”61(p548)

  • d Confidence intervals were not reported.