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Patients' values and preferences of the expected efficacy of hip arthroscopy for osteoarthritis: a protocol for a multinational structured interview-based study combined with a randomised survey on the optimal amount of information to elicit preferences

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Zhang, Yuqing
Tikkinen, Kari A O
Ayeni, Olufemi R
Alexander, Paul
Imam, Maha
Yoo, Daniel
Tsalatsanis, Athanasios
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Published in BMJ open. 2014, vol. 4, no. 10, e005536
Abstract Symptomatic hip osteoarthritis (OA) is a disabling condition with up to a 25% cumulative lifetime risk. Total hip arthroplasty (THA) is effective in relieving patients' symptoms and improving function. It is, however, associated with substantial risk of complications, pain and major functional limitation before patients can return to full function. In contrast, hip arthroscopy (HA) is less invasive and can postpone THA. However, there is no evidence regarding the delay in the need for THA that patients would find acceptable to undergoing HA. Knowing patients' values and preferences (VP) on this expected delay is critical when making recommendations regarding the advisability of HA. Furthermore, little is known on the optimal amount of information regarding interventions and outcomes needed to present in order to optimally elicit patients' VP.
Keywords AdultAgedArthroscopyFemaleHumansMaleMiddle AgedOsteoarthritis, Hip/surgeryPatient Acceptance of Health CarePatient PreferencePilot ProjectsSurveys and QuestionnairesTime Factors
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ZHANG, Yuqing et al. Patients' values and preferences of the expected efficacy of hip arthroscopy for osteoarthritis: a protocol for a multinational structured interview-based study combined with a randomised survey on the optimal amount of information to elicit preferences. In: BMJ Open, 2014, vol. 4, n° 10, p. e005536. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-005536 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:90334

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