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Theofilos Karachalios and George A. Komnos

which report on survival rates of infection-free joints and on functional and quality of life outcomes. Fig. 1 Intra-operative picture of early steps of one-stage revision surgery for infected total hip arthroplasty (THA). Observations

Juan Carlos Monllau, Simone Perelli, and Giuseppe Gianluca Costa

reconstruction failure as abnormal knee function due to graft failure itself with abnormal laxity or failure to recreate a functional knee according to the expected outcome ( 9 ). When an ACL reconstruction fails, revision surgery is indicated to improve knee

İlker Eren, Cemil Cihad Gedik, Uğur Kılıç, Berk Abay, Olgar Birsel, and Mehmet Demirhan

strength is also affected, functional benefits of surgery may be limited (stage 4). Expected outcome of STA for this patient group should be carefully explained to the patients, considering their lifestyle and expectations. Additionally, the age of the

Anne Lübbeke

conceptual model of patient outcomes’. 3 Biological and physiological variables constitute level one of the model, symptom status level two, functional status level three, general health perceptions level four, and overall quality of life constitutes

Ian Wilson, Eric Bohm, Anne Lübbeke, Stephen Lyman, Søren Overgaard, Ola Rolfson, Annette W-Dahl, Mark Wilkinson, and Michael Dunbar

of joint pain and functional limitation (pre- and postoperative) to be used in ‘case-mix adjustment models’ so that outcomes may be compared appropriately between international registries. 5 , 9 It is also recommended that qualified statisticians

T Gosens and B L den Oudsten

joint stiffness and functional outcomes in patients with hand fractures? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2015 473 3484 – 3490 . ( ) 57. Teunis T Thornton ER Guitton TG Vranceanu AM & Ring

Bernd Grimm and Stijn Bolink

optimal clinical feasibility and accuracy. 15 - 17 Spatio-temporal gait parameters can discriminate gait between healthy subjects and OA patients and have been used to objectively assess functional outcome following a total joint replacement. 18

Marc Beirer, Chlodwig Kirchhoff, and Peter Biberthaler

and joint-related quality of life. Typical joint-specific functional abilities are depicted as photographs to assess the range of movement as an essential parameter in outcome evaluation. In addition, the Munich Shoulder Questionnaire (MSQ) and the

Dieter Wirtz and Hendrik Kohlhof

with worse surgical outcomes, longer hospital length of stay, functional decline, higher rates of institutionalization, higher mortality, and higher costs and resource utilization. 5 As many as 30–40% of cases of delirium are preventable. It is

Brijesh Ayyaswamy, Bilal Saeed, Anoop Anand, Lai Chan, and Vishwanath Shetty

excluded. Table 1. Review question Population Intervention Comparator if available Outcome Adult patients with advanced, resistant CRPS (both types of CRPS i.e. type 1 and 2) Amputation due to CRPS or its complications