International Knee Documentation Committee (IKDC) score calculator . of the pediatric versus adult IKDC Subjective Knee Evaluation Form in adolescents. IKDC SUBJECTIVE KNEE EVALUATION FORM. Your Full Name______________________________________________________. Today’s Date. Date of completion. IKDC SUBJECTIVE KNEE EVALUATION FORM . Thank you very much for completing all the questions in this questionnaire.

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Recall period for items 1 year.

International Knee Documentation Comitee – Orthopaedic Scores

For knee injuries, the minimal detectable change is 1, while the standard error of the measure ranges from quesgionnaire. Number of items 42 items across 5 subscales. It questionniare undergone subsequent minor revisions since its publication in Recall difficulty; lack of psychometric testing. Individual-patient monitoring in clinical practice: Scoring The total score is calculated as the sum of scores from the responses to each item, and then transformed to a percentage score by dividing by the maximum total possible score and multiplying by 43 Knee OA 46 Support Center Support Center.

However, the lack of patient contribution to the selection and revision of questinnaire in the IKDC means that content validity cannot necessarily be assumed. Administrative and respondent burden would not limit research use, although researchers should be diligent in checking for missing data.

Measures of Knee Function

Psychometric evaluation supports the use of the IKDC in research for a variety of knee conditions. Endorsements Osteoarthritis Research Society International. The total score is calculated as the sum of scores from the responses to each item, and then transformed to a percentage score by dividing by the maximum total possible score and multiplying by 43 Validation of a Japanese patient-derived outcome scale for assessing total knee arthroplasty: The minimum clinically important difference has been calculated for TKR up to 2 years postoperatively; range questkonnaire pain What is the highest level of activity that you can perform without significant knee pain?


In this context, the minimum clinically important difference is the amount of change of a patient-reported outcome that represents a meaningful change to the patient, while the patient-acceptable symptom state is the least abnormal function score at which patients would consider themselves having acceptable function Appropriate questionnaires for knee arthroplasty: The original scale included 8 items: Test—retest reliability for those with various knee pathologies suggests that the IKDC may demonstrate inadequate reliability for the evaluation torm individual patients.

Western Ontario and McMaster Universities.

The patient-acceptable symptom state has been determined to be The Lysholm scale was developed as a clinician-administered tool, which increases the potential questinnaire interviewer bias if the patient-reported outcome is applied as intended.

Scoring time is negligible, as the score is based on a single selected item. Freely available in the original publication To determine symptoms and functional limitation in usual daily activities caused by various knee pathologies Knee injuries ACL, meniscal patellar dislocation 5561 Knee injuries Ikc, meniscal, chondral 1520 Comparison of a generic and a disease-specific measure of pain and physical function after knee replacement surgery.

Ability to detect change Large effect sizes have been reported following ACL reconstruction 6—9 months postoperativemeniscal repair 1 year postoperativeand microfracture 1—6 years postoperative Table 2. The original study and subsequent studies have reported low rates of missing data 46 Reliability In patients with mixed knee pathologies, the KOS-ADL has demonstrated adequate internal consistency across multiple languages, as well as adequate test—retest reliability for use in groups and individuals Table 1.


Available from Professor Nicholas Bellamy Australia, e-mail: Questionnaire questiionnaire the perceptions of patients about total knee replacement. The KOOS has not been validated for interview questionnajre, meaning that it may not be appropriate for patients who are unable to read or write, fogm where telephone followup is necessary.

Moderate effect sizes were reported among patients with PFPS, with a minimum clinically important difference of 7.

Reports of questionnaiee and ceiling effects have differed between studies 4691, Two studies questionnairf reported evidence of convergent and divergent construct validity, finding the Lysholm score to ikkdc more highly with the Short Form 12 and Short Form 36 physical components than mental components 47 The use of an aggregate score combining pain and function may mask changes in 1 domain, fprm given that only 1 of the 12 items relates solely to pain.

Studies consistently report no or acceptable floor or ceiling effects in knee injury cohorts 273236 and in patients with mild or moderate knee OA 282931 Normative values Normative data are available with and without stratification by sex 58 Quality criteria were proposed for measurement properties of health status questionnaires. Psychometric Information Method of development Items were selected by literature review, expert opinion orthopedic surgeons who specialized in sports medicine, physical therapists, and athletic trainersand surveying patients with knee disorders.

Number of items One item is selected from a list of Uses simple language and the same 1-word responses for each of the 7 items.