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Outcome measure activity level pre-post knee surgery
A brief desciption of outcome measures and the reasons behind daily usage within MSK OPD. Lists acknowledged OPD outcome measures commonly used.\r\nBased on recent CSP guidance
FROM THE NEW ZEALAND ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN GUIDE INCORPORATING THE GUIDE TO ASSESSING PSYCHOSOCIAL YELLOW FLAGS IN ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN
DISABILITIES OF THE ARM, SHOULDER AND HAND - Outcome measure
The DASH Outcome Measure is a 30-item, self-report questionnaire designed to measure physical function and symptoms in people with any of several musculoskeletal disorders of the upper limb. The tool gives clinicians and researchers the advantage of having a single, reliable instrument that can be used to assess any or all joints in the upper extremity. A shorter version called the QuickDASH is also available. Both tools are valid, reliable and responsive and can be used for clinical and/or research purposes. However, because the full DASH Outcome Measure provides greater precision, it may be the best choice for clinicians who wish to monitor arm pain and function in individual patients.
Information about the Quick Dash Outcome Measure