Outcomes assessments affected by addition of clinical notes

By Jennie McKee

Adding clinical notes to radiographs increases the consistency of clinical study

In clinical practice, orthopaedists commonly use radiographs and clinical notes to determine whether a fracture has healed. But in orthopaedic trials, outcomes assessors often only use plain radiographs to evaluate the extent of healing.

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