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The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
T he Oxford hip score (OHS) is a patient-based instrument for assessment of outcome which is often used after total hip replacement, and the EuroQol 5D (EQ5D) is a patient-based generic questionnaire for health assessment. In an analysis of the outcome at one year of 609 revision hip replacements (RHRs), we compared the OHS and EQ5D scores, postoperative patient satisfaction and change in pain. About 25% of the operations were repeat RHRs. At one year, 57% of patients were very pleased withdoi:10.1302/0301-620x.83b8.11643 pmid:11764424 fatcat:mn7jifsa7ffihphjvjmasnegl4