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Table 1 Comparison of outcome scores between various stratified patient groups

From: Does commitment to rehabilitation influence clinical outcome of total hip resurfacing arthroplasty?

  Pre-operative
mean HHS
(range)
p value Mean HHS
at final follow-up
(range)
p value Mean
satisfaction
score (range)
p value Mean SF-12
MCS score
(range)
p value Mean SF-12
PCS score
(range)
p value
Men (n = 108)
Women (n = 39)
58 (27-78)
51 (30-66)
<0.001 92 (58-100)
92 (69-100)
0.747 8 (0-10)
9 (0-10)
0.008 56 (31-66)
57 (38-64)
0.443 32 (32-60)
51 (26-61)
0.170
BMI ≤ 30 (n = 117)
BMI >30 (n = 30)
55 (33-70)
57 (27-78)
0.689 89 (76-100)
92 (58-100)
0.048 8 (0-10)
9 (0-10)
0.070 53 (31-61)
57 (38-66)
0.095 51 (32-60)
53 (26-61)
0.068
Age ≤ 60 (n = 104)
Age >60 (n = 43)
56 (27-78)
55 (30-70)
0.617 92 (69-100)
91 (58-100)
0.519 9 (0-10)
8 (0-10)
0.698 56 (31-66)
57 (39-64)
0.063 53 (26-61)
51 (32-58)
0.524
Osteoarthritis (n = 135)
Osteonecrosis (n = 12)
56 (27-78)
58 (32-75)
0.319 91 (58-100)
95 (77-100)
0.120 9 (0-10)
10 (7-10)
0.569 56 (31-66)
57 (52-61)
0.816 52 (26-61)
55 (47-57)
0.708
  1. HHS = Harris Hip Score; BMI = Body Mass Index; MCS = Mental Component Score; PCS = Physical Component Score