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Table 2 Results of primary and secondary outcomes

From: Kneeling and standing up from a chair as performance-based tests to evaluate knee function in the high-flexion range: a randomized controlled trial comparing a conventional and a high-flexion TKA design

  Conventional TKA High-flexion TKA p-value
(n = 24) (n = 24)
Thigh-calf contact force (N)b 9.37 (0.33–46.58) 17.82 (2.98–114.64) 0.04d
Maximum flexion angle (°)b 119.13 (72–135) 128.02 (108–146) 0.03d
Angular velocity (rad/s)a 93.23 ± 21.94 81.10 ± 17.46 0.04c
GRF ratio (1)a 0.94 ± 0.14 0.87 ± 0.21 0.21c
KSSb 179 (90–199) 193 (109–201) 0.10d
WOMACb 12.5 (2–62) 7 (0–54) 0.10d
VAS pain b 4 (0–54) 5 (0–31) 0.96d
VAS satisfaction b 89.5 (4–100) 98.5 (8–100) 0.06d
  1. aValues are mean ± SD; bValues are median (range); cStudent’s t-test; dMann–Whitney U test