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Table 2 PROM characteristics

From: A systematic review of the measurement properties of patient reported outcome measures used for adults with an ankle fracture

PROMConstruct(s)Target PopulationRecall periodItems and subscalesResponse optionsSource language (and additional language versions)
AAOSOutcome for foot or ankle disabilityIndividuals with foot or ankle disabilityPast 1 week (or since injury if less than 1 week)25 items, 20 items in the core scale and a shoe comfort scale consisting of 5 itemsLikert scales varying in length 1–3, 1–5, 1–6 or 1–7English(Mexican- Spanish)
A-FORMOutcome following ankle fractureIndividuals with ankle fractureNo recall period given15 items, no sub-scales. Two parts to the questionnaire.Single response, multiple choice - 5 response optionsEnglish
OMASOutcome following ankle fractureIndividuals with ankle fractureNo recall period provided9 items, no subscalesSingle response, multiple choice - 2, 3, 4 or 5 response optionsNot specified (English, Turkish and Norwegian)
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