Validation of the Orebro musculoskeletal ache screening questionnaire in sufferers with persistent neck ache.
BMC Res Notes. 2018 Mar 02;11(1):161
Authors: Langenfeld A, Bastiaenen C, Brunner F, Swanenburg J
OBJECTIVES: To validate the German model of OMPSQ (OMPSQ-G) for sufferers with persistent neck ache.
RESULTS: After translating OMPSQ to German, we assessed the discriminant validity between sufferers and wholesome adults. Convergent validity was assessed utilizing Pearson’s correlation coefficients between domains of OMPSQ-G and the German model of neck incapacity index (NDI-G) and visible analogue scale (VAS) of neck ache depth. Ground and ceiling results, inside consistency, test-retest and relative reliability had been assessed. Fifty sufferers with persistent neck ache (imply age, 43.6 years; 34 females) and 24 wholesome adults (imply age, 50.four years; 18 females) participated. Mann-Whitney U assessments confirmed vital variations in OMPSQ scores between each teams on the baseline (z?=?-?four.6; p?<?zero.001) and second time level (z?=?-?four.eight; p?<?zero.001). OMPSQ-G scores extremely and reasonably correlated with NDI-G (??=?zero.70) and VAS (??=?zero.41) scores, respectively. There have been no ground or ceiling results. Cronbach’s alpha was zero.94. OMPSQ-G confirmed excessive reliability (intraclass correlation 2.1: zero.93; customary error of measurement, 6.9; smallest detectable change, 20 factors). The Bland-Altman plot indicated no systematic error. OMPSQ-G confirmed good validity and reliability in sufferers with neck ache. Trial registration NCT02540343.
PMID: 29499753 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]