SLRE

AcronymDefinition
SLRESt. Louis Railway Enthusiasts (St. Louis, MO)
SLREStirling Laboratory Research Engine
SLRESt. Louis River Estuary
SLREStreamlined Risk Evaluation
SLRESymptomatic Localization-Related Epilepsy
SLREScreening Level Risk Evaluation (air quality; various organizations)
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Descriptive statistics of the participants MSE SLRE group group (n=20) (n=20) Demographic Minimum Maximum Median Minimum Maximum data Age (years) 40.00 78.00 57.50 35.00 80.00 ** Height (m) ** 1.50 1.71 1.60 1.44 1.70 Mass (kg) ** 60.00 95.00 77.00 58.00 110.00 BMI 40.06 24.02 29.32 24.44 46.99 (kg/[m.sup.2] ** Dominant foot 100% R 90% R *** 10% L Demographic Median P data Age (years) 59.50 0.456 ** Height (m) ** 1.58 0.098 Mass (kg) ** 75.00 0.968 BMI 30.75 0.499 (kg/[m.sup.2] ** Dominant foot < *** 0.001 * MSE: Mini-squat exercise; SLRE: Straight leg raise exercise; BMI: Body mass index; * p<0.05; ** Mann Whitney U test; *** Chi-square test; m: Meter; kg: Kilogram; n: Number of participants; R: Right; L: Left.
Differences between groups at the end of exercise program MSE SLRE group group Min.
In the the group that did SLRE, no significant differences were observed in the peak torque for concentric isokinetic extension in both knees at all degrees after the exercise program and at follow-up (p > 0.05; Table 5).
The MSE group had significantly lower TUG test scores and higher torque for right knee extension at 60[degrees]/sec (p=0.024), 90[degrees]/sec (p=0.003), 120[degrees]/sec (p=0.005) and 180[degrees]/sec (p=0.017) than the SLRE group at the end of the exercise program (Table 2, 3).