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Table 2 Relative frequency (%) of second level ICF categories linked to the concepts contained in the measures for the ICF component activities and participation (n= 2469) in ranked order

From: A systematic review of measures of shoulder pain and functioning using the International classification of functioning, disability and health (ICF)

ICF second level categories (n=28) (%)
d445 Hand and arm use 24,5
d850 Remunerative employment 23,2
d920 Recreation and leisure 18,3
d430 Lifting and carrying objects 17,1
d510 Washing oneself 17
d540 Dressing 15,8
d520 Caring for body parts 12,7
d640 Doing housework 10,4
d415 Maintaining a body position 6
d230 Carrying out daily routine 4,5
d475 Driving 4,7
d530 Toileting 3,6
d650 Caring for household objects 3,6
d620 Acquisition of goods and services 3,4
d470 Using transportation 3,6
d760 Family relationships 3
d550 Eating 2,9
d450 Walking 2,8
d410 Changing basic body position 2,6
d630 Preparing meals 2,6
d750 Informal social relationships 2,6
d455 Moving around 2,5
d770 Intimate relationships 2,3
d859 Work and employment, other specified and unspecified 2,2
d170 Writing 2,1
d440 Fine hand use 2,1
d570 Looking after one’s health 1,1
d820 School education 1