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Table 3 Validity assessment of ADL framework

From: Evaluation of activities of daily living following pseudophakic presbyopic correction

Parameter Validation Study Participants
VG-J1 VG-J3 VG-J6
  SD   SD   SD
PBS (score) 22.45 6.76 43.88 10.78 98.67 12.56
PBS (dif) 9.52 0.89 5.28 1.57 2.21 2.05
SR (score) 10.34 1.78 14.23 2.67 19.77 4.52
SR (dif) 9.06 0.47 6.34 1.28 2.41 1.87
BR (score) 41.41 12.46 67.76 14.23 121.89 23.65
BR (dif) 9.72 0.39 7.02 0.62 3.01 0.87
CM (score) 4.34 1.11 6.35 0.91 12.75 3.26
CM (dif) 9.88 0.24 7.24 1.13 2.11 1.84
CES (score) 5.87 0.69 8.76 1.42 14.74 2.62
CES (dif) 9.86 0.94 6.73 0.99 3.76 1.43
RCS (score) 12.21 1.85 15.26 2.53 21.62 3.61
RCS (dif) 9.76 0.46 7.89 0.71 4.34 2.65
DR (score) 9.14 2.98 18.74 4.66 37.63 5.65
DR (dif) 8.21 1.79 4.01 1.23 1.65 1.11
SuR (score)* 1.24 0.73 2.89 0.98 4.42 1.83
SuR (dif)* 9.79 0.21 8.32 0.73 6.99 0.52
ODT (score)* 12.33 1.63 15.12 1.02 18.88 1.43
ODT (dif) 9.74 0.58 8.27 0.38 5.35 0.99
ST (score)* 16.25 2.05 23.23 0.86 34.52 1.34
ST (dif)* 9.48 1.11 8.32 1.47 6.67 0.78
  1. PBS = Phone Book Search; SR = Supermarket receipt; BR = Book reading; CM = Cellular message; CES = Cellular entry search; RCS = Reading computer screen; DR = Drops bottle reading; SuR = Subtitles reading; ODT = Open door test; ST = Screwdriver test; score = ADL score; dif = perceived difficulty
  2. Values are one-way analysis of variance comparing scores among groups (*p < 0.05, p < 0.01, p < 0.001)