Validation of the English language Forgotten Joint Score-12 as an outcome measure for total hip and knee arthroplasty in a British population
D F Hamilton, F L Loth, J M Giesinger, Karlmeinrad Giesinger, D J MacDonald, J T Patton, A H R W Simpson & C R Howie
PATIENTS AND METHODS
The FJS-12 has strong measurement properties in terms of validity, internal consistency and sensitivity to change in TKA and THA patients. Low ceiling effects and good relative validity allow the monitoring of longer term outcomes, particularly in well-performing groups after total joint arthroplasty. Cite this article: Bone Joint J 2017;99-B:218-24.
|citation||Hamilton D F, Loth F L, Giesinger J M, Giesinger K, MacDonald D J, Patton J T, Simpson A H R W, Howie C R. Validation of the English language Forgotten Joint Score-12 as an outcome measure for total hip and knee arthroplasty in a British population. Bone Joint J 2017; 99-B:218-224.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||2-2017|
|journal title||Bone Joint J (99-B/2)|