Subacute Pain as a Predictor of Long-Term Pain Following Orthopedic Surgery: An Australian Prospective 12 Month Observational Cohort Study: Erratum

@inproceedings{Veal2015SubacutePA,
  title={Subacute Pain as a Predictor of Long-Term Pain Following Orthopedic Surgery: An Australian Prospective 12 Month Observational Cohort Study: Erratum},
  author={Felicity C Veal and Luke R.E. Bereznicki and Angus John Thompson and Gregory M Peterson and Chris E Orlikowski},
  booktitle={Medicine},
  year={2015}
}
The aim of this study was to document the level of pain and functionality in the 12 months following orthopedic surgery and identify if high pain levels following discharge were associated with pain persisting at 12 months.An observational prospective cohort study was undertaken, following 87 patients (mean age 62.4 years [18-92]; 47.1% male) who required… CONTINUE READING