Mayo wrist score

Mayo wrist score

A clinician-completed scoring system used to evaluate the level of disability in the wrist, assessing pain, functional status (able to work), range of motion and grip strength.
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Modified Mayo wrist score [4] improved from 31 to 85 points by 6 months.
Pre and postop VAS score, Quick DASH score and Mayo wrist score were calculated at every 6months.
The mean Mayo wrist score improved from 45 (35-65) to 77(60-90) after surgery (Table -3).
Patient's functional outcomes were assessed using the preoperative and postoperative Visual Analogue Score (VAS), quick DASH score and MAYO wrist score at 6 months interval till their last follow up.
For assessment of outcome of surgery in two groups, we used the Mayo Wrist score.
Mayo Wrist score was assessed by a physician who was not informed about method of surgery of the patients.
The satisfactory functional outcome having mayo wrist score of 75% was achieved in these cases9.
Patients scored an average of 66 on Mayo Wrist Score, all had radiographic arthritis, their average flexion-extension arc was 57[degrees], and their average grip strength was 73% of the opposite side.
Average Mayo Wrist Score was 79%, and radiographic arthritis was universally observed but did not correlate with the functional score.
Patients were evaluated monthly with standard X-rays and clinical examinations according to the Mayo wrist score system; DASH scores was assessed at 3, 6 and 12 months from the operation.
We have used the MAYO wrist score to assess the functional outcome in our case.
The modified Mayo wrist score according to Krimmer16 was used to assess the results after conversion to total wrist arthrodesis.