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Table 1 ANOVA results comparing the effect of each insole condition on stepping reaction time (seconds)

From: Getting the right balance: insole design alters the static balance of people with diabetes and neuropathy

  Insole condition P value
No insole Diabetic Flat Memory Textured
Mean (SD) 95 % CI Mean (SD) 95 % CI Mean (SD) 95 % CI Mean (SD) 95 % CI Mean (SD) 95 % CI
RT 1.224 (0.294) 1.139-1.308 1.276 (0.383) 1.166-1.386 1.251 (0.217) 1.178-1.302 1.255 (0.392) 1.143-1.368 1.251 (0.287) 1.169-1.334 F = 0. 459
P = 0.7
Eta = 0.039
WS 0.573 (0.211) 0.513-0.633 0.538 (0.152) 0.495-0.582 0.577 (0.152) 0.534-0.620 0.572 (0.216) 0.511-0.634 0.511 (0.174) 0.461-0.560 F = 2.709
P = 0.042
St1 1.774 (0.413) 1.657-1.892 1.834 (0.400) 1.721-1.949 1.863 (0.369) 1.758-1.968 1.8429 (0.426) 1.722-1.964 1.884 (0.468) 1.751-2.018 F = 1.134
P = 0.352
Eta = 0.09
St2 0.448 (0.140) 0.408-0.488 0.463 (0.099) 0.436-0.492 0.428 (0.146) 0.387 (0.470) 0.461 (0.127) 0.425-0.498 0.451 (0.188) 0.398-0.505 F = 1.180
P = 0.332
0.093
TM 2.086 (0.569) 1.924-2.248 2.063 (0.438) 1.938-2.188 2.168 (0.470) 2.035-2.302 2.123 (0.493) 1.983-2.264 2.133 (0.611) 1.960-2.308 F = 0.767
P = 0.552
Eta = 0.063
  1. Memory low resilient memory insole, Diabetic standard diabetic offloading insole, Textured textured insole, Flat flat insole, RT reaction time, WS weight shift, St1 step one, St2 step two, TM total movement, SD standard deviation, CI confidence interval