Responsiveness and ceiling effects of the Forgotten Joint Score-12 following total hip arthroplasty

@inproceedings{Hamilton2016ResponsivenessAC,
  title={Responsiveness and ceiling effects of the Forgotten Joint Score-12 following total hip arthroplasty},
  author={David F Hamilton and Johannes M. Giesinger and Dusten Macdonald and A. Hamish R. W. Simpson and C. Howie and Karlmeinrad Giesinger},
  booktitle={Bone & joint research},
  year={2016}
}
OBJECTIVES To assess the responsiveness and ceiling/floor effects of the Forgotten Joint Score -12 and to compare these with that of the more widely used Oxford Hip Score (OHS) in patients six and 12 months after primary total hip arthroplasty. METHODS We prospectively collected data at six and 12 months following total hip arthroplasty from 193 patients undergoing surgery at a single centre. Ceiling effects are outlined with frequencies for patients obtaining the lowest or highest possible… CONTINUE READING
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