Reliability, validity, responsiveness, and minimal important change of the Disablities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand and Constant-Murley scores in patients with a humeral shaft fracture

Kiran C. Mahabier, Dennis Den Hartog, Nina Theyskens, Michael H. J. Verhofstad, Esther M. M. Van Lieshout, P. Koen Bos, Maarten W. G. A. Bronkhorst, Milko M. M. Bruijninckx, Jeroen De Haan, P. Ted Den Hoed, Martin G. Eversdijk, J. Carel Goslings, Robert Haverlag, Martin J. Heetveld, Albert J. H. Kerver, Karel A. Kolkman, Peter A. Leenhouts, Sven A. G. Meylaerts, Ron Onstenk, Martijn PoezeRudolf W. Poolman, Bas J. Punt, Ewan D. Ritchie, W. Herbert Roerdink, Gert R. Roukema, Jan Bernard Sintenie, Nicolaj M. R. Soesman, Maarten Van der Elst, Frank H. W. M. Van der Heijden, Frits M. Van der Linden, Peer Van der Zwaal, Jan P. Van Dijk, Hans-Peter W. Van Jonbergen, Egbert J. M. M. Verleisdonk, Jos P. A. M. Vroemen, Marco Waleboer, Philippe Wittich, Wietse P. Zuidema

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)E1-E12
JournalJournal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Volume26
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2017

Keywords

  • Humeral shaft fracture
  • DASH
  • Constant-Murley
  • patient reported outcome measure
  • measurement properties
  • responsiveness
  • reliability
  • validity

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