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Table 3 Pairwise comparisons of insole conditions with statistical significance p < 0.5

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

Pairwise comparisons of insole conditions Mean Difference (SE) Significance 95 % CI values
Total COP velocity, mm/s
 Memory and none 4.222 (0.976) 0.001 1.352-7.092
 Memory and textured 3.1 (1.026) 0.04 0.084-6.115
 Memory and flat 3.306 (1.053) 0.029 0.210-6.401
 Diabetic and none 4.601 (1.249) 0.006 0.930-8.272
Anterior/posterior COP velocity, mm/s
 Memory and none 2.968 (0.842) 0.009 0.494-5.443
 Diabetic and none 3.423 (1.159) 0.048 0.016-6.830
Total COP path length, mm
 Memory and none 84.440 (19.526) 0.001 27.038-141.843
 Memory and textured 61.998 (20.515) 0.04 01.688-122.308
 Memory and flat 66.113 (21.062) 0.029 04.198-128.029
 Diabetic and none 92.026 (24.976) 0.006 18.604-165.448
Medial/Lateral COP path length, mm
 Memory and none 47.295 (10.857) 0.001 15.379-79.212
 Memory and textured 34.094 (10.308) 0.018 03.731-64.398
 Memory and flat 31.896 (9.077) 0.01 05.212-58.579
 Diabetic and none 47.992 (11.167) 0.001 15.163-80.820
Anterior/posterior COP path length, mm
 Memory and none 59.364 (16.836) 0.009 9.871-108.857
 Diabetic and none 68.455 (23.180) 0.048 0.310-136.599
  1. Memory low resilient memory insole, Diabetic standard diabetic offloading insole. Textured textured insole, Flat flat insole, SE standard error, CI confidence intervals, COP centre of pressure