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The use of the Oxford hip and knee scores

The use of the Oxford hip and knee scores,10.1302/0301-620X.89B8.19424,Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-british Volume,D. W. Murray,R. Fitzpatrick,K.

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    • ...After some years of practical use, it was recommended to score the five answers from 0 to 4, resulting in a total score of 48 points [27]...

    R. Takeuchiet al. Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Oxford 12-item knee sc...

    • ...Data from the two sources were supplied in an anonymised format and then linked using a unique identifier, and so ethical approval was not sought. Analyses were undertaken using SPSS version 16 (SPSS, Chicago, Illinois) and Stata version 10 (Stata, College Station, Texas). Pearson correlation coefficients were used to describe the association between OKS and AKSS scores. Pre- and postoperative OKS were divided into quartiles, as there is no recognised or validated system for categorising the scores....

    Elizabeth Breamet al. Relationship between patients' and clinicians' assessments of health s...

    • ...The best estimate for the standard deviation for the OHS is 9 and the MCID is between 5 and 7 points on the OHS scale, calculated from a previous comprehensively reported study [18]...

    Juul Achtenet al. A randomised controlled trial of total hip arthroplasty versus resurfa...

    • ...We therefore issued recent recommendations concerning changes to the method of scoring the Oxford hip and knee scores [15]...
    • ...It has become apparent that one of the biggest determinants of outcome after some forms of orthopaedic surgery is the pre-operative score [15, 33, 34], and this Wnding may also hold true for shoulder surgery...

    Jill Dawsonet al. The Oxford shoulder score revisited

    • ...The Oxford hip score (OHS), a 12-item, joint-specific, self-administered questionnaire, has been studied extensively since its development and is a reliable, valid, and responsive instrument for assessing hip pain and disability in patients undergoing THA [7, 8, 13, 17, 18, 20]...
    • ...The OHS, a 12-item, joint-specific, selfadministered questionnaire, has been studied extensively and is a reliable, valid, and responsive instrument for assessing hip pain and disability in patients undergoing THA [7, 8, 13, 17, 18, 20]...

    Florian D. Naalet al. Reliability and Validity of the Cross-Culturally Adapted German Oxford...

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