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Table 2 Clinical Outcome

From: Return to work after acromioclavicular joint stabilization: a retrospective case control study

Variable All (n = 54) Non-manual labor GI
(n = 20)
Manual labor GII
(n = 34)
p *
Adjusted CMS in % 89.5 (48.4–100) 92.1 (69.2–100) 85.2 (48.4–100) .178
CMS 84.1 (44.0–100) 87.0 (59.0–100) 79.6 (44–100) .087
CMS pain 13.5 (4–15) 13.7 (4–15) 13.1 (5–15) .616
CMS ADL 17.6 (7–20) 18.1 (10–20) 17.1 (7–20) .095
CMS ROM 34.9 (7–40) 36.7 (24–40) 33.7 (12–40) .150
CMS strength 18.2 (0–25) 18.5 (6.6–25) 15.8 (4.4–25) .056
DASH 8.4 (0–68.75) 5.9 (0–35.8) 14.0 (0–68.75) .056
Work module 12.1 (0–87.5) 0.7 (0–12.5) 13 (0–87.5) < .001**
Sport module 0 (0–87.5) 11.0 (0–75) 16.8 (0–87.5) .572
Revisions 10 (18.5) 2 (10) 8 (23.5) .193
Infections 2 (3.7) 0 (0) 2 (5.9) .392
Impaired wound healing 3 (5.6) 1 (5) 2 (5.9) .500
Irritation of hardware 2 (3.7) 0 (0) 2 (5.9)
Re-instability 3 (5.6) 0 (0) 3 (8.8) .241
  1. CMS Constant-Murley score, DASH Disability of arm, shoulder, and hand
  2. Continuous data presented as mean and minimum/maximum; categorical data as frequencies and percentage
  3. *p value for differences between GI and GII; **p < 0.05, significant