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Table 5 Results presented in articles

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

Article and PROMStructural ValidityInternal ConsistencyCross-cultural validityReliabilityMeasurement ErrorConstruct ValidityResponsiveness
Zelle et al. (2017)
AAOS
N/RN/RN/RICC or weighted kappa not reportedN/RAAOS-CS with SF-36-PCS r = 0.667
AAOS-CS with SF-36-MCS r = 0.506
AAOS-SCS with SF-36-PCS rs = 0.358
AAOS SCS with SF-36-MCS rs = 0.356
N/R
McPhail et al. (2014) A-FORMN/RN/RN/RN/RN/RN/RN/R
Buker et al. (2017) OMASN/RCronbach’s Alpha 0.76N/RICC 0.98N/ROMAS with 5 FAOS Subscales: pain r = 0.788, symptoms r = 0.753, ADL r = 0.798, sports r = 0.809, QoL r = 0.772N/R
Garratt et al. (2018) OMASCFI 0.99 and TLI 0.98Cronbach’s Alpha 0.82N/RICC 0.92MIC not definedOMAS with SEFAS rs = 0.88
OMAS with SF-36-PCS rs = 0.77
OMAS with EQ-5D rs = 0.79
N/R
Olerud and Molander (1984) OMASN/RN/RN/RN/RN/RN/RN/R
Turhan et al. (2017) OMASN/RCronbach’s Alpha 0.84N/RICC 0.98MIC not definedOMAS with FAAM-ADL r = 0.86
OMAS with FAAM-S r = 0.83
OMAS with SF-12-PCS r = 0.72
OMAS with SF-12-MCS r = 0.60
N/R
  1. Key: r = Pearson’s correlation, rs = Spearman’s correlation, ADL = Activities of Daily Living, QoL = Quality of life, FAAM-ADL = FAAM Activities of Daily Living Subscale, FAAM-S – FAAM Sports Subscale, AAO-CS = AAOS Core Score, AAOS-SCS = AAOS Shoe Comfort Scale, PCS=Physical component Score, MCS = Mental component Score, EQ-5D = EuroQol EQ-5D-5 L Score, ICC=Intraclass correlation coefficient, TLI = Tucker Lewis index, CFI=Confirmatory Factor Analysis, MIC = Minimally Important Change
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