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Table 2 Participant characteristics of part 1: cross-cultural adaptation of the HFS-DLV and part 2: measurement properties

From: Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Dutch version of the Hand Function Sort in patients with complaints of hand and/or wrist

  Part 1 (n = 40) Part 2 (n = 126)
Total (n = 126) UH (n = 57) PHTP (n = 69)
Gender, n (%)
 Male 20 (50%) 46 (37%) 20 (35%) 26 (38%)
 Female 20 (50%) 80 (63%) 37 (65%) 43 (62%)
Age, median (IQR) 53 years (41–63) 48 years (32–60) 47 years (32–55) 52 years (35–66)
Diagnosis, n (%)
 Specific CANS 9 (23%) 69 (55%) 21 (37%) 48 (70%)
 Nonspecific CANS 6 (15%) 57 (45%) 36 (63%) 21 (30%)
 Posttraumatic complaints 19 (48%) N/A N/A N/A
 Osteoarthritis 6 (15%) N/A N/A N/A
Dominant side affected, n (%) 26 (65%) 104 (83%) 48 (84%) 56 (81%)
Employed, n (%) 23 (58%) 73 (58%) 37 (65%) 36 (52%)
Questionnaire scores, median (IQR)
 HFS-DLV   145 (92–198) 151 (110–198) 141 (86–198)
 QuickDASH   34 (20–50) 32 (19–50) 34 (20–51)
 PRWHE   49 (25–68) 47 (23–67) 50 (29–72)
  1. UH university hospital, PHTP peripheral hand therapy practices, n absolute number, IQR interquartile range, CANS Complaints of Arm, Neck, and Shoulder, N/A Not applicable, HFS-DLV Hand Function Sort-Dutch Language Version, QuickDASH Quick Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand Outcome Measure, PRWHE Patient Rated Wrist/Hand Evaluation