RELIBILITY, ADAPTABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE HINDI VERSION OF BERG BALANCE SCALE AMONG PATIENTS WITH NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS HAVING BALANCE IMPAIRMENTS

Published: 22-03-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/cd963486mw.1
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This data belongs to the assessment of balance in patients having neurological disorders. The 23 patients were recruited according to their eligibility of the inclusion criteria as set for the inclusion for the study i.e. their cognition level and the degree of the severity of balance impairments. The main outcome measures in this data were the Berg Balance Scale. The other outcome measures were also used to calculate the balance i.e. TUG and MiniBESTest. The four-times assessments were done by using the Berg Balance Scale, a widely accepted tool for quantifying the balance. These assessments were taken in the form of individual items of the scale. After gaining the balance scores for each scale, the data were calculated for the reliability, validity and adaptability of the scale.

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