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We hypothesised that there would be significant differences between kinematic data from the two different sensor locations (trunk and lumbar region) during the SLS test.

Moreover, inertial sensors would prove to be a reliable tool when used for the kinematic analysis of postural control in stroke patients.

Based on the type of epidemiological study — i.e., descriptive epidemiology and analytical epidemiology (observational and intervention studies) — we reviewed evidence on three fundamental issues related to the OLS test: (1) testing procedures and reference values; (2) the associations between the OLS time and negative events; (3) improvement of the OLS time by intervention.

The Inertia Cube3 measures nine physical properties simultaneously, namely: angular rates, linear accelerations and magnetic field components along the three axes (yaw, pitch and roll).Intra-observer reliability of the trunk sensor ranged from 0.889-0.921 for the displacement and 0.849-0.892 for velocity.Intra-observer reliability of the lumbar sensor was between 0.896-0.949 for the displacement and 0.873-0.894 for velocity.The main objective of this study was to analyse whether there are significant differences in kinematic records between two inertial sensors (one positioned on the trunk and another placed in the lumbar region) during an SLS test.In addition, a second objective of the study was to analyse the reliability (intra-observer/inter-observer reliability) and sensitivity of inertial sensors used for the SLS test and to specify parameters for the SLS test when it is conducted using inertial sensors in stroke patients.

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