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The measurement properties were evaluated in 86 patients (median: 25 years). For reliability, 56 patients completed the scale twice within 9 days. responsiveness and interpretability were evaluated in 64 patients completing the TAS 6 months later.
For reliability, the intraclass correlation coefficient was 0.7 (CI: 0.6-0.8),
the standard error of measurement was 0.7 points (CI: 0.6-0.9), the smallest detectable change was 2.1 points (CI: 1.7-2.5), and the limits of agreement were −1.7-2.4 points. For responsiveness, the correlation between the TAS change score and the Global Rating of Change Scale was 0.3 (CI: 0.1-0.5). In patients reporting improved knee condition, 55% reported a TAS change score of minimum 1 point. For interpretability, the minimal clinically important change was 0.7 points (SD: 1.4), and no floor or ceiling effects were found.
In conclusion, the Danish version of the TAS has acceptable test-retest reliability. However, the TAS seems less adequate to evaluate changes over time.
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Translation, reproducibility, and responsiveness of a Danish version of the International Knee Documentation Committee Subjective Knee Form and Tegner activity scale
Krintel Petersen, A., Jacobsen, J. S., Hansen, M. G., Rasmussen, R. G., Blaabjerg, B. & Lind, M.
01/06/15 → 29/02/16
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