Predicting patient-reported and objectively measured functional outcome 6 months after ankle fracture in people aged 60 years or over in the UK: prognostic model development and internal validation
Objective To predict functional outcomes 6 months after ankle fracture in people aged ≥60 years using post-treatment and 6-week follow-up data to inform anticipated recovery, and identify people who may benefit from additional monitoring or rehabilitation.
Design Prognostic model development and internal validation.
Setting 24 National Health Service hospitals, UK.
Methods Participants were the Ankle I...Expand abstract
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