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Table 7 Interpretability evidence of the PROMs

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

Article and PROMDistribution of total scores in study populationPercentage of missing total scoresPercentage of missing itemsFloor and Ceiling Effects (Interpretability)
Zelle et al. (2017)* AAOSNormal distribution following Shapiro-Wilks Test -no Mean (±) provided.Missing total scores 83 of 100 in first test and 63 of 100 in re-test.No data reported on items missing.Not reported
McPhail et al. (2014)* A-FORMNot reported for questionnaire in final formatNot reportedNot reported for questionnaire in final formatNot reported
Olerud and Molander (1984) OMASNot reportedNot reportedNot reportedNot reported
Garratt et al. (2018) OMAS75.62 (±24.07) - No information on distribution1.6% missing17.3% of respondents missed at least one item. “Jumping” most commonly missed item (6.2%).Not reported
Buker et al. (2017)* OMAS72.58 (±23.27) - No information on distributionNot reportedNot reportedNot reported
Turhan et al. (2017)* OMAS74.1 (±23.7) - No information on distributionNot reportedNot reportedFloor - 0%
Ceiling - 27-29%
  1. Key: * = * = Articles were assessed by second reviewer for risk of bias and data extraction
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