Measurement Scales in Clinical Research of the Upper Extremity, Part 2: Outcome Measures in Studies of the Hand/Wrist and Shoulder/Elbow Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Part 1 of this article outlined the basic characteristics of useful clinical measurement instruments and described scales used to measure general health, pain, and patient satisfaction. Part 2 describes the features of some of the scales most commonly used in clinical research in the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder.

authors

  • Badalamente, Marie
  • Coffelt, Laureen
  • Elfar, John
  • Gaston, Glenn
  • Hammert, Warren
  • Huang, Jerry
  • Lattanza, Lisa
  • MacDermid, Joy
  • Merrell, Greg
  • Netscher, David
  • Panthaki, Zubin
  • Rafijah, Greg
  • Trczinski, Douglas
  • Graham, Brent

publication date

  • February 2013