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Table 6 Changes observed in the OHS questionnaires at a 6 months follow-up for patients having undergone hip arthroplasty or not

From: Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Spanish version of the Oxford Hip Score in patients with hip osteoarthritis

Not Arthroplasty The hip condition is “much worse” N = 51 The hip condition is “slightly worse” N = 76 The hip condition is “slightly better” N = 19 The hip condition is “much better” N = 14
  Average change (CI 95%) E.S. Average change (CI 95%) E.S. Average change (CI 95%) E.S. Average change (CI 95%) E.S.
OHS −5.8 (−8.1–−3.4) 0.69 −2.4 (−3.6–−1.1) 0.42 3.6 (−0.9–8.0) 0.39 12.4 (6.8–17.9) 1.28
Arthroplasty The hip condition is “much worse” N = 1 The hip condition is “slightly worse” N = 2 The hip condition is “slightly better” N = 15 The hip condition is “much better” N = 46
OHS −2.00 −3.5 (−60.7–53.7) 0.55 11.4 (6.7–11.1) 1.35 20.7 (17.5–23.8) 1.94
  1. Final scores were subtracted from basal scores
  2. E.S. Effect Size, OHS Oxford Hip Score