Table 1.
Table 1.

Demographic and Disease-Specific Characteristics and Balance-Related Measures for Recurrent Fallers and Nonrecurrent Fallersa

  • a Participants were classified as recurrent fallers if they reported 2 or more falls in the 12-month follow-up period and as nonrecurrent fallers if they reported no fall or 1 fall. CI=confidence interval, LED=levodopa equivalent dose, UPDRS=Unified Parkinson Disease Rating Scale, ADL=activities of daily living, BBS=Berg Balance Scale, DGI=Dynamic Gait Index, FRT=Functional Reach Test, ABC=Activities-specific Balance Confidence Scale, FES-I=Falls Efficacy Scale–International, H&Y=modified Hoehn and Yahr stage, TUG=Timed “Up & Go” Test.

  • b Values are reported as mean (SD) unless otherwise indicated.

  • c Pearson chi-square test.

  • d t test.

  • e Mann-Whitney U test.