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Table 2 Summary of score-specific median values including their ranges at the times of examination (hospitalization, hospital discharge, 1. follow-up, 2. follow-up). Numerical Analog Scale for pain (0–10); Knee Society Score of Insall et al. (0–200), which is subdivided into a clinical score (pain, ROM, stability) and a function score (walking, stairs); Knee Score of Ranawat and Shine (0–100), which is divided into <60: inadequate, 60–69: moderate, 70–84: good and 85–100: excellent; neutral zero method for ROM indicated in degrees

From: Evaluation of a multimodal pain therapy concept for chronic pain after total knee arthroplasty: a pilot study in 21 patients

  NAS Knee Society Score of Insall Pain Movment Stability Clinical Score Walking Stairs Function score Knee Score of Ranawat (HSS) Excellent Good Moderate Inadequate Range of motion
Hospitalisation 7 (4–10) 88 (14–145) 25 (20–45) 18 (8–25) 25 (20–25) 45 (13–85) 20 (10–50) 30 (0–30) 50 (10–80) 62 (36–95) 5% 33% 19% 43% 92,5 (40–130)
Hos. discharge 5 (0–10) 118 (55–160) 15 (0–40) 20 (10–25) 25 (10–25) 59 (25–80) 30 (10–50) 30 (15–40) 60 (15–80) 74 (46–92) 23.50% 41.50% 17.50% 17.50% 105 (55–130)
1st follow-up 5 (3–9) 112 (55–168) 20 (0–40) 18 (10–25) 25 (20–25) 62 (25–88) 25 (10–40) 30 (0–40) 52,5 (0–80) 64 (36–77) 0 20% 40% 40% 110 (80–135)
2nd follow-up 6 (2–8) 119 (43–168) 20 (10–40) 20 (18–24) 25 (20–25) 63 (43–88) 30 (10–40) 40 (0–40) 60 (0–80) 67 (49–70) 0 30% 40% 30% 100 (85–120)