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  • Some Article Citations Regarding Gait Speed and the Elderly

    I have provided you with a list of several citations having to do
    with the elderly and gait speed. Please let me know if these citations
    help you. They are listed below your original message.

    Sincerly,
    David Dillard
    Temple University
    (215) 204 - 4584
    jwne@astro.temple.edu

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    Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 07:37:12 -0400
    From: cheng cao
    To: BIOMCH-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL
    Newsgroups: bit.listserv.biomch-l
    Subject: slower walking among older adults

    Dear BIOMECHANISTS:

    Older adults tend to walk slower. There maybe many explanations. But
    there are three most likely sources:

    1. weaker muscle strength and could not walk faster
    2. afraid of road hazards and prefer to walk slower
    3. walk slower so as to reduce effort

    Are there other sources? Which one do you think is one? Any published
    paper on this topic? Thanks.

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    AU - Burridge JH
    AU - Taylor PN
    AU - Hagan SA
    AU - Wood DE
    AU - Swain ID
    TI - The effects of common peroneal stimulation on the effort and speed
    of walking: a randomized controlled trial with chronic hemiplegic
    patients.
    SO - Clinical Rehabilitation 1997 Aug;11(3):201-10

    AU - Shibata M
    AU - Shimura M
    AU - Shibata S
    AU - Wakamura T
    AU - Moritani T
    TI - Determination of the optimal walking speed for neural relaxation in
    healthy elderly women using electromyogram and electroencephalogram
    analyses.
    SO - European Journal of Applied Physiology & Occupational Physiology
    1997;75(3):206-11

    AU - Roth EJ
    AU - Merbitz C
    AU - Mroczek K
    AU - Dugan SA
    AU - Suh WW
    TI - Hemiplegic gait. Relationships between walking speed and other
    temporal parameters.
    SO - American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 1997
    Mar-Apr;76(2):128-33

    AU - Rantanen T
    AU - Avela J
    TI - Leg extension power and walking speed in very old people living
    independently.
    SO - Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences & Medical
    Sciences 1997 Jul;52(4):M225-31

    AU - Bohannon RW
    TI - Comfortable and maximum walking speed of adults aged 20-79 years:
    reference values and determinants.
    SO - Age & Ageing 1997 Jan;26(1):15-9

    AU - Ferrucci L
    AU - Guralnik JM
    AU - Salive ME
    AU - Fried LP
    AU - Bandeen-Roche K
    AU - Brock DB
    AU - Simonsick EM
    AU - Corti MC
    AU - Zeger SL
    TI - Effect of age and severity of disability on short-term variation in
    walking speed: the Women's Health and Aging Study.
    SO - Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 1996 Oct;49(10):1089-96

    AU - Buchner DM
    AU - Larson EB
    AU - Wagner EH
    AU - Koepsell TD
    AU - de Lateur BJ
    TI - Evidence for a non-linear relationship between leg strength and gait
    speed.
    SO - Age & Ageing 1996 Sep;25(5):386-91

    AU - Buchner DM
    AU - Cress ME
    AU - Esselman PC
    AU - Margherita AJ
    AU - de Lateur BJ
    AU - Campbell AJ
    AU - Wagner EH
    TI - Factors associated with changes in gait speed in older adults.
    SO - Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences & Medical
    Sciences 1996 Nov;51(6):M297-302

    AU - Polkey MI
    AU - Kyroussis D
    AU - Mills GH
    AU - Hamnegard CH
    AU - Keilty SE
    AU - Green M
    AU - Moxham J
    TI - Inspiratory pressure support reduces slowing of inspiratory muscle
    relaxation rate during exhaustive treadmill walking in severe COPD.
    SO - American Journal of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine 1996 Oct;154(4
    Pt 1):1146-50

    AU - Bohannon RW
    AU - Andrews AW
    AU - Thomas MW
    TI - Walking speed: reference values and correlates for older adults.
    SO - Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 1996 Aug;24(2):86-90

    AU - Sipila S
    AU - Multanen J
    AU - Kallinen M
    AU - Era P
    AU - Suominen H
    TI - Effects of strength and endurance training on isometric muscle
    strength and walking speed in elderly women.
    SO - Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 1996 Apr;156(4):457-64

    AU - Lindmark B
    AU - Hamrin E
    TI - Relation between gait speed, knee muscle torque and motor scores in
    post-stroke patients.
    SO - Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 1995;9(4):195-202

    AU - Potter JM
    AU - Evans AL
    AU - Duncan G
    TI - Gait speed and activities of daily living function in geriatric
    patients.
    SO - Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 1995 Nov;76(11):997-9

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