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Floor and ceiling effects in the OHS: an analysis of the NHS PROMs data set.

Lim CR, Harris K, Dawson J, Beard DJ, Fitzpatrick R, Price AJ - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: The objective was to examine whether the Oxford Hip Score (OHS) demonstrated a floor or a ceiling effect when used to measure the outcome of hip replacement surgery in a large national cohort.Based on NHS PROMS data the overall OHS does not exhibit a ceiling or floor effect and should continue to be used as a valid measure of patient-reported outcomes for patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty.NDORMS.

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Affiliation: Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

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(A) A histogram showing the percentage of patients who scored each level (0–48) of preoperative and postoperative Oxford Hip Score. (B) A histogram of the number of patients.
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BMJOPEN2015007765F2: (A) A histogram showing the percentage of patients who scored each level (0–48) of preoperative and postoperative Oxford Hip Score. (B) A histogram of the number of patients.

Mentions: A total of 93 253 patients completed a preoperative OHS questionnaire and 69 361 completed a postoperative OHS questionnaire (approximate response rate 74%—noting that the baseline data includes a minority of patients who had not yet reached their 6-month follow-up date and those with a delayed response). Forty-one per cent of the preoperative population were male and 59% were female. The mean age was 67.78 (range 14–100, SD 11.3; table 1, figures 2 and 3).


Floor and ceiling effects in the OHS: an analysis of the NHS PROMs data set.

Lim CR, Harris K, Dawson J, Beard DJ, Fitzpatrick R, Price AJ - BMJ Open (2015)

(A) A histogram showing the percentage of patients who scored each level (0–48) of preoperative and postoperative Oxford Hip Score. (B) A histogram of the number of patients.
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BMJOPEN2015007765F2: (A) A histogram showing the percentage of patients who scored each level (0–48) of preoperative and postoperative Oxford Hip Score. (B) A histogram of the number of patients.
Mentions: A total of 93 253 patients completed a preoperative OHS questionnaire and 69 361 completed a postoperative OHS questionnaire (approximate response rate 74%—noting that the baseline data includes a minority of patients who had not yet reached their 6-month follow-up date and those with a delayed response). Forty-one per cent of the preoperative population were male and 59% were female. The mean age was 67.78 (range 14–100, SD 11.3; table 1, figures 2 and 3).

Bottom Line: The objective was to examine whether the Oxford Hip Score (OHS) demonstrated a floor or a ceiling effect when used to measure the outcome of hip replacement surgery in a large national cohort.Based on NHS PROMS data the overall OHS does not exhibit a ceiling or floor effect and should continue to be used as a valid measure of patient-reported outcomes for patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty.NDORMS.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus