Patient-reported outcome measures in patients with peripheral artery disease: a systematic review (HTAI 12th Annual Meeting 15-17 June 2015)
posterposted on 07.09.2021, 20:15 by Edith PokuEdith Poku, Munira EssatMunira Essat, Helen Buckley Woods, Simon Palfreyman, Georgina JonesGeorgina Jones, Eva KaltenthalerEva Kaltenthaler, Rosie Duncan, Jonathan Michaels, Patrick Phillips
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) in the lower limbs is a clinical presentation of generalised atherosclerosis and is common in people aged 70 years.1, 2 Symptomatic PAD results in significant functional limitations and reduced health-related quality of life (HRQoL). 3,4 To help capture the impact of treatments provided to affected patients by Vascular Services in the UK, it is important to use appropriate PROMs for assessing patients in the relevant setting.
The aim of this review was to identify validated PROMs and to select appropriate PROMs for the clinical assessment of patients with PAD in the UK.
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