Main Outcome Measures
List of Abbreviations:PPA (Physiological Profile Assessment), SR (seated resistance), WB (weight-bearing)
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Supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council Prevention of Older People's Injuries Partnership in Injury (grant no. 209799 ); Good Age Trust; and the Geoff and Elaine Penney Research Trust at Royal North Shore Hospital.
Sponsors had no role in the study design, recruitment, data collection, analysis, or preparation of this article.
A commercial party having a direct financial interest in the results of the research supporting this article has conferred or will confer a financial benefit on the author or one or more of the authors. The Physiological Profile Assessment (PPA; marketed as NeuRA FallScreen) is commercially available through Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA); Lord declares that any profits from sales of the PPA are shared equally between the inventor (Lord), the falls and balance research group at NeuRA, and the NeuRA central fund.
Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry No.: ACTRN12605000335695.
In-press corrected proof published online on May 16, 2012, at www.archives-pmr.org.