The value of short and simple measures to assess outcomes for patients of total hip replacement surgery.

@article{Fitzpatrick2000TheVO,
  title={The value of short and simple measures to assess outcomes for patients of total hip replacement surgery.},
  author={Raymond Fitzpatrick and Robert Morris and Shakoor Hajat and Barney C Reeves and D. W. Murray and D Hannen and Marianne Rigge and Olwen Williams and Paul J. Gregg},
  journal={Quality in health care : QHC},
  year={2000},
  volume={9 3},
  pages={146-50}
}
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the performance of a patient assessed outcome measure, the Oxford Hip Score, in a national study of primary hip replacement surgery. DESIGN A survey of patients' health status before undergoing primary hip replacement surgery and three months and one year after surgery. SETTING 143 hospitals in three NHS English regions. PATIENTS 7151 patients admitted for primary total hip replacement surgery over a period of 13 months from September 1996. MAIN MEASURES For… CONTINUE READING

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