WOMAC Score

Western Ontario and McMaster University Osteoarthritis Index. A score derived from a questionnaire in which the patient answers questions regarding rheumatic symptoms, stiffness, pain and how it affects the ability to function
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The WOMAC score in regards to the ability to perform daily activities improved significantly versus baseline in the Pycnogenol group at weeks 8, 12 and 14 (p< 0.
The term “clinically controlled” refers to a WOMAC score ≥75%; “significantly improved” indicates a WOMAC score ≥50%, but <75%; “improved” suggests a WOMAC score ≥25%, but <50%; and “ineffective” referred to a WOMAC score <25%.
2: The average of WOMAC index score before and after treatment in both groups WOMAC Score Index After treatment 30 Group B After Treatment 41 Group A Pre treatment 74 Note: Table made from bar graph.
The WOMAC score for osteoarthritis hip was used to assess the functional results, the WOMAC score 80 (Range: 37-100).
The WOMAC score assesses levels of pain and stiffness in patients with osteoarthritis.
18) we did note a higher percentage improvement in total WOMAC score for CB (55%) versus HB (34%).
Mean (95% CI) regression coefficients of predictors and prediction equation from the multivariate analysis and accuracy of prediction for limitations determined from total WOMAC score (n = 361).
The patients' assessment of effectiveness was given each time they were examined on the basis of the standardised questions of the unweighted WOMAC score (Bellamy et al.
A close correlation between Harris Hip Score and total WOMAC score was found (correlation coefficient r=0.