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Early recovery trajectories after fast-track primary total hip arthroplasty : The role of patient characteristics. / Porsius, Jarry T.; Mathijssen, Nina M. C.; Klapwijk-van Heijningen, Lisette C.M.; van Egmond, Jeroen C.; Melles, Marijke; Vehmeijer, Stephan B.W.

In: Acta Orthopaedica (Print), Vol. 89, No. 6, 2018, p. 597-602.

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Porsius, JT, Mathijssen, NMC, Klapwijk-van Heijningen, LCM, van Egmond, JC, Melles, M & Vehmeijer, SBW 2018, 'Early recovery trajectories after fast-track primary total hip arthroplasty: The role of patient characteristics', Acta Orthopaedica (Print), vol. 89, no. 6, pp. 597-602. https://doi.org/10.1080/17453674.2018.1519095

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Porsius, J. T., Mathijssen, N. M. C., Klapwijk-van Heijningen, L. C. M., van Egmond, J. C., Melles, M., & Vehmeijer, S. B. W. (2018). Early recovery trajectories after fast-track primary total hip arthroplasty: The role of patient characteristics. Acta Orthopaedica (Print), 89(6), 597-602. https://doi.org/10.1080/17453674.2018.1519095

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Porsius JT, Mathijssen NMC, Klapwijk-van Heijningen LCM, van Egmond JC, Melles M, Vehmeijer SBW. Early recovery trajectories after fast-track primary total hip arthroplasty: The role of patient characteristics. Acta Orthopaedica (Print). 2018;89(6):597-602. https://doi.org/10.1080/17453674.2018.1519095

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Porsius, Jarry T. ; Mathijssen, Nina M. C. ; Klapwijk-van Heijningen, Lisette C.M. ; van Egmond, Jeroen C. ; Melles, Marijke ; Vehmeijer, Stephan B.W. / Early recovery trajectories after fast-track primary total hip arthroplasty : The role of patient characteristics. In: Acta Orthopaedica (Print). 2018 ; Vol. 89, No. 6. pp. 597-602.

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abstract = "Background and purpose — Little is known about heterogeneity in early recovery after primary total hip arthroplasty (THA). Therefore, we characterized subgroups of patients according to their hip function trajectory during the first 6 weeks after THA in a fast-track setting. Patients and methods — 94 patients (median age 65 years [41–82], 56 women) from a single hospital participated in a diary study. Patients recorded their severity of hip problems (Oxford Hip Score, OHS) weekly for 6 weeks after THA. Latent class growth modelling (LCGM) was used to identify patients with the same hip function trajectory and to compare these subgroups on patient characteristics. Results — LCGM revealed a fast (n = 17), an average (n = 53), and a slow (n = 24) recovery subgroup. Subgroups differed on the estimated weekly growth rate during the first 2 weeks (fast: 9.5; average: 5.3; slow: 2.7), with fewer differences between groups in the last 4 weeks (fast: 0.90; average: 2.0; slow: 1.7). Patients in the slow recovery group could be characterized as women of older age (mean age =69) who rated their health as lower preoperatively, needed more assistance during recovery, and were less satisfied with the outcomes of the surgery. Interpretation — We identified distinct recovery trajectories in the first 6 weeks after fast-track primary THA which were associated with patient characteristics.",
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