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Dataset: Medical University of South Carolina Stroke Data (ARRA)

Basic Information
Dataset Full Name Medical University of South Carolina Stroke Data
Dataset Acronym ARRA
Summary

The Medical University of South Carolina Stroke Data (ARRA*) was a NIH funded study conducted in 2011-12. It was designed to delineate the cause/effect relationship between neural output and the biomechanical functions executed in walking. Subjects included 27 post-stroke patients (at least 6 months post-stroke) and 17 healthy controls.


Each subject walked on a treadmill at their self-selected walking speed as well as completing a randomized set of four steady-state mobility capability tasks: walking at maximum speed, and walking at self-selected speed with maximum cadence, maximum step length, and maximum step height. Kinematic, kinetic, and electromyography (EMG) data were collected.  The data collected allow scientists interested in EMG analyses of hemiparetic walking to have a test set for their analyses.


The data collected includes demographics, clinical assessments, kinetic (from treadmill force plates), kinematic (from active markers), EMG and Over-ground spatial temporal measures (GaitRite Platinum Walkway).

* Documentation refers to the study as ARRA: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 

Key Terms

Stroke, Post-stroke, Mobility, Gait, Walking, Kinematic, Kinetic, Electromyography (EMG), Treadmill, Motion capture system

Study Design Cross-Sectional
Data Type(s) Administrative
Clinical
Sponsoring Agency/Entity

Department of Health and Human Services (HHS),

National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National Science Foundation

Health Conditions/Disability Measures
Health Condition(s)

Stroke

Disability Measures

Ambulatory disability

Measures/Outcomes of Interest
Topics

Stroke, Post-stroke mobility, Walking, Walking speed, Electromyography (EMG),  Video motion capture

Sample
Sample Population

Males and Females, healthy and 6+ months post stroke, ages 40-80, living in the Southeastern United States.

  • Post-stroke patients  
  • Healthy control subjects 
Sample Size/Notes

44 subjects total:

  • 27 post-stroke subjects (6+ months post-stroke)
  • 17 healthy control subjects
Unit of Observation

Individual/Patient

Continent(s)

North America

Countries

United States

Geographic Coverage

Southeastern United States (South Carolina)

Geographic Specificity

NA

Special Population(s)

Aging/Older people (ages 40-80)

Data Collection
Data Collection Mode

Multiple modes of data collection:

  • 12 camera (3D) motion capture system
  • Fully instrumented split belt treadmill measuring 3D ground reaction forces and moments.
  • Electromyography
Years Collected

2011-12

Data Collection Frequency

Single time period data collection

Strengths and Limitations
Strengths

Well documented and extensive data collection.

Data includes both post stroke patients and control individuals allowing for comparisons.

The number of subjects and data collected provides researchers interested in EMG analyses of hemiparetic walking with a test set for analyses.

Limitations

From related paper (Routson et.al 2014) 

https://doi.org/10.14814/phy2.12055 :

"Due to our limited recording of EMG from eight muscles, we were only able to identify four modules during healthy control walking... our methods did not include an analysis to determine whether a particular subject's muscle strength was sufficient to perform the mobility capability tasks."

Data Details
Primary Website

https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ADDEP/studies/37122 

Data Access

Download Restricted Data Use Agreement here:

https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ADDEP/studies/37122/datadocumentation 

Data Access Requirements

 Data Use agreement, No cost

(Restricted Data Use Agreement)

Summary Tables/Reports

See the following publication:

Routson, Rebecca L., Kautz, Steven A., Neptune, Richard R. (2014) Modular organization across changing task demands in healthy and poststroke gait. Physiological Reports. 2, (6), e12055.

https://doi.org/10.14814/phy2.12055 

Data Components

NA

Selected Papers
Other Papers

Routson, Rebecca L., Kautz, Steven A., Neptune, Richard R. (2014) Modular organization across changing task demands in healthy and poststroke gait. Physiological Reports. 2, (6), e12055.

https://doi.org/10.14814/phy2.12055 

Technical

Main documentation page:

    https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ADDEP/studies/37122/datadocumentation 

Includes the following:

  • Codebook
  • User Guide
  • Questionnaire (including data collection forms)
  • Restricted Data Use Agreement

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