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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : ST / step test

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2021 Accuracy of the step test to evaluate lower limb muscle strength in community-dwelling older women. LLMS
2021 Effects of Ballroom Dance on Physical Fitness and Reaction Time in Experienced Middle-Aged Adults of Both Genders. HG, OLSB, RT, SLJ
2021 Neither Leg Muscle Strength Nor Balance Is Associated With the Incidence of Falls in Middle-Aged Women: A 5-Year Population-Based Prospective Study. FRT, LMS, LRT, TUG
2021 Paretic and Nonparetic Step Tests Are Noninterchangeable in Stroke: A Prospective Cohort Study. ---
2021 Reliability and Validity of a Modified Version of the Community Balance and Mobility Scale (CBMS-Home) for Use in Home Assessment. CBMS, CBMS, FRT, ICC
2020 The effect of unilateral muscle fatigue of hip abductor muscles on balance and functional capacity in community-dwelling older women. MGS, SLS
2020 The test-retest reliability and concurrent validity of the five times sit to stand test and step test in older adults with total hip arthroplasty. FTST, HHS, ICC, THA
2018 Gender difference and correlation between sexuality, thyroid hormones, cognitive, and physical functions in elderly fit. GDS, HG, MMSE, SAS, SPPB, TUG
2017 Both Baseline and Change in Lower Limb Muscle Strength in Younger Women Are Independent Predictors of Balance in Middle Age: A 12-Year Population-Based Prospective Study. CI, FRT, LMS, LRT, TUG
10  2016 Alternatives to Aerobic Exercise Prescription in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure. CPET, HR, HRAT
11  2016 Cut-points for associations between vitamin D status and multiple musculoskeletal outcomes in middle-aged women. BMD, CI, FN, FRT, LMS, LRT, LS, TUG
12  2016 Lower limb muscle strength is associated with poor balance in middle-aged women: linear and nonlinear analyses. ANZCTR, FRT, LMS, LOWESS, LRT, TUG
13  2016 Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity But Not Sedentary Time Is Associated With Musculoskeletal Health Outcomes in a Cohort of Australian Middle-Aged Women. BMD, FN, FRT, LMS, LRT, LS, MVPA, TUG
14  2015 Instrumenting gait assessment using the Kinect in people living with stroke: reliability and association with balance tests. 10MWT, DLEC, FR, MLWS, TUG, WBA
15  2012 Changes in balance and walking from stroke rehabilitation to the community: a follow-up observational study. CI, EAMQ, FES-I, FSST, MD
16  2012 Reliability and validity of step test scores in subjects with chronic stroke. LEMOCOT
17  2011 Arm movement improves performance in clinical balance and mobility tests. MST, TUG, WEL
18  2011 Evaluation of potentially modifiable physical factors as predictors of health status in knee osteoarthritis patients referred for physical therapy. 20MWT, 6MWT, BMI, KOOS, KOS-ADLS, OA, TUGT, VAS
19  2009 Measurement of paretic-lower-extremity loading and weight transfer after stroke. GRFs, RR, UMCe
20  2009 Step Test scores are related to measures of activity and participation in the first 6 months after stroke. PFI
21  2007 Balance performance, aging and falling: a comparative study based on a Turkish sample. BP, FR, STS, TUG
22  2007 Relationship between age and measures of balance, strength and gait: linear and non-linear analyses. CBS, CSA, GAM, HAP, LBT, MMT
23  1998 Changes in balance and locomotion measures during rehabilitation following stroke. CTSIB, FR, RR, SRM
24  1996 Cardiovascular and respiratory adjustments in normal volunteers during modified exercise tests in comparison to standard exercise tests. CE, HE, TM
25  1991 Estimation of VO2max: a comparative analysis of five exercise tests. A/R, HR