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Table 3 Construct validity of 400-point HA

From: Prospective multicentre validation study of a new standardised version of the 400-point hand assessment

Variable Correlation Confidence interval 95% P value
Total score of 400-point HA vs total score JHFT at T0 −0.573 [−0.666–0.464] <  0.001
Score test n°1 of 400-point HA vs total score JHFT −0.441 [− 0.554–0.312] <  0.001
Score test n°2 of 400-point HA vs total score JHFT − 0.560 [− 0.655–0.448] <  0.001
Score test n °3 of 400-point HA vs total score JHFT −0.481 [− 0.588–0.358] <  0.001
Score test n°4 of 400-point HA vs total score JHFT − 0.445 [− 0.557–0.317] < 0.001
Total score 400-point HA vs total score QuickDASH At T0–0.432
At T3–0.551
[− 0.545–0.303]
[− 0.648 -0.436]
<  0.001
<  0.001
Total score 400-point HA vs MOS-SF 36 PC at T0 0.395 [0.263–0.513] <  0.001
Total score 400-point HA vs MOS-SF36 MC at T0 0.142 [−0.009 + 0.286] 0.024
Total score 400-point HA vs mean pain at T0 −0.166 [− 0.306–0.018] 0.028
  1. Correlations: Spearman was use for correlations between 400-point HA and JHFT, 400-point HA and mean pain (distribution not normal). Pearson was used for 400-point HA and QuickDASH and MOS-SF 36 MCS/PCS
  2. JHFT = Jebsen Hand Function Test
  3. 400-point HA = 400-point Hand Assessment
  4. QuickDASH = Quick Disabilities Arm Shoulder Hand
  5. MOS-SF36MCS/PCS = Medical Outcomes Study Short Form 36 Mental Component Score/Physical Component Score