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Critical appraisal of subjective outcome measures used in the assessment of shoulder disability

Authors:
Desai, A. S., Dramis, A., and Hearnden, A. J.
Abstract:
INTRODUCTION: Objective measures can be impractical in some settings, because they are time consuming and require face-to-face contact. More recently, there is an increasing trend towards the use of subjective outcome measures. Hence, in this article, five common subjective shoulder outcome measures are critically appraised in terms of their development, validity, reliability, responsiveness and clinical application.
DOI:
10.1308/003588410x12518836440522
URL:
<Go to ISI>://WOS:000274108800004
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20056048
Journal:
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
issn:
0035-8843
Publication year:
2010
pages:
9-13
Symptom status:
Emotional state
Physical state
Functional status:
Physical functioning
Social functioning
Age:
Adults (18-65)
Children (0-18)
Seniors (65+)
Disease:
Diseases of and symptoms related to the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue
PRO / non-PRO:
Patient Reported Outcome
Type of measurement instrument:
1 - Questionnaires
Instrument:
DASH - Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand   [see: ZUYD (NL)]
OSS - Oxford Shoulder Score   [see: ZUYD (NL)]
SDQ-UK - Shoulder Disability Questionnaire UK
SPADI - Shoulder Pain and Disability Index   [see: ZUYD (NL)]
SRQ - Shoulder Rating Questionnaire   [see: ZUYD (NL)]