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Table 4 Intrinsic Patient Factors Predictive of Inpatient Rehabilitation Discharge

From: Intrinsic patient factors predictive of inpatient rehabilitation facility discharge following primary total knee arthroplasty: a systematic review and meta-analysis

  Anoushiravani Crawford D’Apuzzo Murphy Prohaska Rissman Sayeed Schwarzkopf Sikora-Klak Total
Age (older) b 6/6
ASA (higher) 2/2
BMI (higher) a,b xb b xb 5/7
CCI (higher) b   4/4
Diabetes (yes) 1/1
Gender (Female) b 5/5
Ethnicity (non-caucasian) 1/1
Hb (lower) 1/1
Knee ROM (lower) x 0/1
SES (lower) 1/1
SF-12/VR-12 (lower) 3/3
Smoking (yes) x 2/3
VTE History (yes) 1/1
  1. Abbreviations: ASA American society of anesthesiologists, BMI body mass index (kg/m2), CCI Charlson comorbidity index, Hb Hemoglobin, ROM range of motion, SES socioeconomic status, SF-12 12 item Short Form Health Survey (physical component score), VR-12 Veterans RAND 12 Item Health Survey, VTE Venous thromboembolism
  2. aBMI < 19 kg/m2 (Underweight patients)
  3. bFactor not able to undergo pooled analysis due to statistical reporting heterogeneity
  4.  = Factor significant in multivariable analysis  = Factor only significant in univariate analysis x = Factor not significant in univariate analysis – indicates that a factor was not assessed