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Frederique J. Hafkamp, Taco Gosens, Jolanda de Vries, and Brenda L. den Oudsten

This type of dissatisfaction is commonly examined with the reliable and validated self-administered Patient Satisfaction Scale, 18 and thereby refers to overall satisfaction with surgery, with pain relief, and with the ability to perform work and

Michał Górecki and Piotr Czarnecki

shoulder arthrodesis in adult patients for whom the surgical indication was a brachial plexus injury and the impact of this type of surgery on the final result, the functioning of the upper limb, and patient satisfaction. Material and methods This

E Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán and Carlos Kalbakdij-Sánchez

progression of PD ( 12 ). Goh et al. have claimed that although patients with PD have relatively poorer knee function and QoL, they experience functional gains, and high satisfaction is achieved ( 14 ). In a comparative level 3 evidence study published in

Olga D. Savvidou, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, Angelos Kaspiris, Leon Naar, George D. Chloros, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

this study is to review the functional scores, patientssatisfaction and complications after non-operative treatment of displaced olecranon fractures in the elderly population. Non-operative treatment Non-operative treatment of displaced

Christian Smith, Razi Zaidi, Jagmeet Bhamra, Anna Bridgens, Caesar Wek, and Michail Kokkinakis

high satisfaction rates among patients. They acknowledge there is a lack of evidence for the indications of arthroereisis and studies they included lacked standardization and did not use disease-specific validated outcome tools. 37 Although the

Paul Hoogervorst, Peter van Schie, and Michel PJ van den Bekerom

natural anatomy and length of the fractured clavicle. There are uniform reports of lower non-union rates of approximately 2%. 49 , 54 , 55 An improved patient satisfaction and earlier return to work compared with conservative treatment is also

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

(and not the focus of this review), is patient-reported experience measures, which are instruments used to assess the overall experience and satisfaction associated with an instance of received care, such as an acute inpatient hospital admission. 7

Ahmed Siddiqi, Timothy Horan, Robert M. Molloy, Michael R. Bloomfield, Preetesh D. Patel, and Nicolas S. Piuzzi

Introduction As value in healthcare has shifted to a measurement of quality relative to the cost, there is a greater emphasis on improving clinical and functional outcomes and patient satisfaction. 1 This is especially relevant in

Haroon Majeed

reports of patient satisfaction rates greater than 80% in the short term, these implants gradually started to fail because of excessive wear and the semi-constrained design. 23 Many complications with silastic prostheses emerged in the 1980s

Luigi Zagra

Introduction Total hip arthroplasty (THA) has been described as “the operation of the 20th century” for the high satisfaction of the patients and the improvement of the quality of life following surgery. 1 More than 1 million THAs are