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Table 2 The association of Mayo Hip Scores with the risk of THA revision using Cox regression analyses

From: Validation of the Mayo Hip Score: construct validity, reliability and responsiveness to change

  Hazards of THA Revision (95 % CI) p-value Hazards of THA Revision (95 % CI) p-value
  2-year data 5-year data
  n = 3,307 with 178 events n = 1,717 with 97 events
Total Mayo Hip Scorea     
≤55 vs. 72–80 2.24 (1.45, 3.46) 0.0003 1.70 (1.00, 2.92) 0.05
56–63 vs. 72–80 0.60 (0.24, 1.48) 0.26 1.00 (0.40, 2.52) 0.99
64–71 vs. 72–80 0.80 (0.48, 1.36) 0.42 0.70 (0.35, 1.42) 0.32
  2-year data 5-year data
  n = 1,904 with 106 events n = 1,080 with 61 events
Mayo Hip Score improvement     
≤0 vs. >50 3.94 (1.50, 10.30) 0.005 2.72 (0.85, 8.70) 0.09
1–25 vs. >50 0.88 (0.44, 1.76) 0.71 1.45 (0.70, 3.01) 0.32
26–50 vs. >50 0.87 (0.56, 1.34) 0.52 0.73 (0.40, 1.35) 0.32
  1. aCategorization of Mayo hip score is based on the previously described categories: Excellent result is 72-80 points, good is 64–71 points, fair is 56–63 points, and poor is ≤55 points by McGrory et al. 1996 [6]