They were then asked to answer two functional outcome questionnaires: the SF-12
and the World Health Organization (WHO) functional outcome scale modified for dance.
was developed by Ware, Kosinski, and Keller (1996) to operationalize the construct of health-related quality of life.
is a 12-item questionnaire that analyzes eight dimensions: health in general, physical capabilities, social functioning, limitations due to physical problems, and limitations due to emotional problems, mental health, vitality and body pain.
For each of these patients, the OKS and SF-12
were obtained thrice - 7 days before surgery, six months and 12 months after the operation.
was used to assess mental and physical functioning and overall health-related quality of fife.
The MOS SF-12
version 2 MCS (SF12 MCS) comprises a subset of items from the SF-36, which measures emotional well-being; higher scores indicate better overall health.
Abbreviations: CHD = coronary heart disease, CRA = Caregiver Reaction Assessment, PHQ-15 = Patient Health Questionnaire-15, QLI = Quality of Life Index, QOL = quality of life, SF-12
= 12-Item Short Form Health Survey, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
The effect on the mental component of the SF-12
was less clear, with possibly a decrease seen in some patients.
001), and in the Mental Component Summary score of the SF-12
Hasta ve kontrol gruplarinin denge testleri skorlari, HAQ, SF-12
ve Tinetti FES skorlarina ait tanimlayici istatistikler Tablo 3'de gosterilmistir.
Outcome measures included age, active and passive shoulder range of motion, visual analog scale (VAS) pain level, and the following rating scales: American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES), Rowe, Constant, modified UCLA, and SF-12
BDI indicates Beck Depression Inventory; FPQ, Fear of Pain Questionnaire; BBQ, Back Beliefs Questionnaire; STAI, State-Trait Anxiety Index; PCs, Physical Component Summary of the SF-12
Health Survey; and MCS, Mental Component Summary of the SF-12