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Table 1

From: The efficacy and cost effectiveness of a multidisciplinary intervention strategy for the treatment of benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJHS) in childhood. a randomised, single centre parallel group trial. (The bendy study)

  Baseline score (SD) Rate of change over 12 months (95% CI)
Outcome variable   Intervention group Control
Child pain assessment (0-5, zero is the best), n=103 2.31 (1.55) -1.42 (-1.78 to -1.06) -1.31 (-1.75 to -0.85)
Parent observed pain assessment (0-100 VAS, zero is the best) n=105 35.90 (26.46) -6.09 (12.90 to 0.73) -6.22 (-13.62 to 1.18)
Child health assessment questionanire (CHAQ) (0-3, zero is the best), n=104 0.82 (0.63) +0.02 (-0.12 to 0.16) -0.03 (-0.13 to 0.64)
Child health 9 dimensional utility (CHU9D) (0-1, zero is the worst), n=104 0.85 (0.11) +0.02 (-0.01 to 0.04) +0.002 (-0.02 to 0.03)
Movement assessment battery for children (M-ABC) (0-100, zero is theworst), n =104 34.56 (28.61) +2.60 (-2.92 to 8.11) +8.51 (3.17 to 13.86)
Grip Strength (Dynamometer), n=104 57.29 (28.30) +4.55 (0.16 to 8.94) +6.75 (2.85 to 10.66)