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  1. The relationship between extent of mobilisation within the first postoperative day and 30-day mortality after hip fracture surgery
  2. Inter-Tester Reliability and Agreement of the Cumulated Ambulation Score in Subacute Stroke: The InTRO-CAS-stroke study
  3. Intensified acute in-hospital physiotherapy for patients after hip fracture surgery: a pragmatic, randomized, controlled feasibility trial
  4. Early Mobilisation and Exercise After Fragility Fracture
  5. No effect of hydroxyapatite-coated sliding hip screw threads on screw migration in the femoral head/neck of pertrochanteric fractures: a randomized controlled trial using radiostereometric analysis
  6. Automated oxygen titration at home for patients with COPD - a pilot study
  7. Frequency, duration, and type of physiotherapy in the week after hip fracture surgery – analysis of implications for discharge home, readmission, survival, and recovery of mobility
  8. Association between additional weekend rehabilitation and in-hospital mortality in patients with hip fractures
  9. Validation of an accelerometer system for measuring physical activity and sedentary behavior in healthy children and adolescents
  10. Early intensive mobilization after acute high-risk abdominal surgery: a nonrandomized prospective feasibility trial
  11. Physical activity in young hip fracture patients is associated with health-related quality of life and strength; results from a multicenter study
  12. Achilles tendon gait dynamics after rupture: A three-armed randomized controlled trial comparing an individualized treatment algorithm vs. operative or non-operative treatment
  13. Validation of Two Activity Monitors in Slow and Fast Walking Hospitalized Patients
  14. Correction to: Quality indicators in the treatment of geriatric hip fractures: literature review and expert consensus
  15. The Copenhagen Achilles Length Measurement performed at time of acute Achilles tendon rupture is correlated to tendon elongation after one year.
  16. Older patients’ perspectives on participating in multimodal rehabilitation including anabolic steroids following hip fracture: a qualitative study embedded within a pilot RCT
  17. Motives and Barriers to Exercise Training during Hospitalization in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: A Cross-Sectional Study
  18. Frailty and osteoporosis in patients with hip fractures under the age of 60—a prospective cohort of 218 individuals
  19. Validity, Responsiveness, and Predictive Ability of the Japanese Version of the Cumulated Ambulation Score in Patients with Hip Fracture
  20. The impact of the frequency, duration and type of physiotherapy on discharge after hip fracture surgery: a secondary analysis of UK national linked audit data
  21. Effect of Automated Oxygen Titration during Walking on Dyspnea and Endurance in Chronic Hypoxemic Patients with COPD: A Randomized Crossover Trial
  22. Mobilisation and physiotherapy intervention following hip fracture: snapshot survey across six countries from the Fragility Fracture Network Physiotherapy Group
  23. Six Versus 12 Weeks of Outpatient Physical Therapy Including Progressive Resistance Training in Cognitively Intact Older Adults After Hip Fracture: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial
  24. Exercise Therapy Is Effective at Improving Short- and Long-Term Mobility, Activities of Daily Living, and Balance in Older Patients Following Hip Fracture: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  25. Early recovery of basic mobility under femoral nerve block after hip fracture surgery – A propensity score matched pilot study
  26. Loss of pre-fracture basic mobility status at hospital discharge for hip fracture is associated with 30-day post-discharge risk of infections - a four-year nationwide cohort study of 23,309 Danish patients
  27. Orthopaedic physiotherapists’ perceptions of mechanisms for observed variation in the implementation of physiotherapy practices in the early postoperative phase after hip fracture: a UK qualitative study
  28. Feasibility and preliminary effect of anabolic steroids in addition to strength training and nutritional supplement in rehabilitation of patients with hip fracture: a randomized controlled pilot trial (HIP-SAP1 trial)
  29. Neither operative nor nonoperative approach is superior for treating displaced midshaft clavicle fractures: a partially blinded randomized controlled clinical trial
  30. Physical Therapy Management of Older Adults With Hip Fracture
  31. Translation, Reliability and Validity of the Spanish Version of the Modified New Mobility Score (NMS-ES)
  32. Knee Extension Strength Measures Indicating Probable Sarcopenia Is Associated with Health-Related Outcomes and a Strong Predictor of 1-Year Mortality in Patients Following Hip Fracture Surgery
  33. COVID-19 and acute respiratory failure treated with CPAP
  34. Psychometric properties of the Cumulated Ambulation Score French translation
  35. The cumulated ambulation score is superior to the new mobility score and the de Morton Mobility Index in predicting discharge destination of patients admitted to an acute geriatric ward; a 1-year cohort study of 491 patients
  36. The Achilles Tendon Length Measure and the Achilles Tendon Resting Angle show acceptable construct validity using the Copenhagen Achilles Length Measure as gold standard
  37. Translation, reliability, agreement and validity of the Turkish version of Cumulated Ambulation Score in patients with hip fracture
  38. Individualized treatment for acute Achilles tendon rupture based on the Copenhagen Achilles Rupture Treatment Algorithm (CARTA): a study protocol for a multicenter randomized controlled trial
  39. Factors influencing performances and indicating risk of falls using the true Timed Up and Go test time of patients with hip fracture upon acute hospital discharge
  40. Translation, Inter-rater Reliability, Agreement, and Internal Consistency of the Japanese Version of the Cumulated Ambulation Score in Patients after Hip Fracture Surgery
  41. Preliminary effect and feasibility of physiotherapy with strength training and protein-rich nutritional supplement in combination with anabolic steroids in cross-continuum rehabilitation of patients with hip fracture: protocol for a blinded randomized ...
  42. Efficacy of early controlled motion of the ankle compared with immobilisation in non-operative treatment of patients with an acute Achilles tendon rupture: an assessor-blinded, randomised controlled trial
  43. Reliability of the Copenhagen Achilles length measure (CALM) on patients with an Achilles tendon rupture
  44. Performance Stability and Interrater Reliability of Culturally Adapted 10-Meter Walking Test for Danes with Neurological Disorders
  45. Translation, inter-rater reliability, agreement, and internal consistency of the Spanish version of the cumulated ambulation score in patients after hip fracture
  46. Interrater reliability of the standardized Timed Up and Go Test when used in hospitalized and community-dwelling older individuals
  47. Regaining pre-fracture basic mobility status after hip fracture and association with post-discharge mortality and readmission—a nationwide register study in Denmark
  48. An exercise program for people with severe peripheral neuropathy and diabetic foot ulcers – a case series on feasibility and safety
  49. Psychometric properties of the Cumulated Ambulation Score: a systematic review
  50. Effect of a single pre-operative 125 mg dose of methylprednisolone on postoperative delirium in hip fracture patients; a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
  51. Hip fractures in the non-elderly—Who, why and whither?
  52. Physiotherapy following fragility fractures
  53. Avoidable 30-day mortality analysis and failure to rescue in dysvascular lower extremity amputees
  54. Physical performance following acute high-risk abdominal surgery: a prospective cohort study
  55. Corrigendum to “Development and reliability of the Achilles Tendon Length Measure and comparison with the Achilles Tendon Resting Angle on patients with an Achilles tendon rupture” [Foot Ankle Surg 2017;23(December (4)):275–80]
  56. The Barthel Index and the Cumulated Ambulation Score are superior to the de Morton Mobility Index for the early assessment of outcome in patients with a hip fracture admitted to an acute geriatric ward
  57. Early mobilisation of patients with community-acquired pneumonia reduce length of hospitalisation—a pilot study
  58. Development and reliability of the Achilles Tendon Length Measure and comparison with the Achilles Tendon Resting Angle on patients with an Achilles tendon rupture
  59. High perceived caregiver burden for relatives of patients following hip fracture surgery
  60. The basic mobility status upon acute hospital discharge is an independent risk factor for mortality up to 5 years after hip fracture surgery
  61. Outcome measure for all lower limb amputee patients
  62. Introducing a Third Timed Up & Go Test Trial Improves Performances of Hospitalized and Community-Dwelling Older Individuals
  63. Effectiveness of acute in-hospital physiotherapy with knee-extension strength training in reducing strength deficits in patients with a hip fracture: A randomised controlled trial
  64. Total Blood Loss After Transfemoral Amputations Is Twice the Intraoperative Loss: An Observational Cohort Study of 81 Nontraumatic Amputations
  65. Fatigue and pain limit independent mobility and physiotherapy after hip fracture surgery
  66. Interrater Reliability of the 6-Minute Walk Test in Women With Hip Fracture
  67. Resistance Training With Ankle Weight Cuffs Is Feasible in Patients With Acute Exacerbation of COPD
  68. Tourniquets do not increase the total blood loss or re-amputation risk in transtibial amputations
  69. Efficacy of early controlled motion of the ankle compared with no motion after non-operative treatment of an acute Achilles tendon rupture: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  70. High inter-rater reliability, agreement, and convergent validity of Constant score in patients with clavicle fractures
  71. Cross-cultural validation of the Italian version of the Cumulated Ambulation Score
  72. An enhanced treatment program with markedly reduced mortality after a transtibial or higher non-traumatic lower extremity amputation
  73. Surgical apgar score predicts early complication in transfemoral amputees: Retrospective study of 170 major amputations
  74. Predictors of Long-Term Mortality in Older People With Hip Fracture
  75. Reliability and agreement between 2 strength devices used in the newly modified and standardized Constant score
  76. Non-Weight-Bearing Status Compromises the Functional Level Up to 1 yr After Hip Fracture Surgery
  77. Feasibility of Progressive Strength Training Implemented in the Acute Ward after Hip Fracture Surgery
  78. Number of test trials needed for performance stability and interrater reliability of the one leg stand test in patients with a major non-traumatic lower limb amputation
  79. Change of residence and functional status within three months and one year following hip fracture surgery
  80. Hip Fracture−Related Pain Strongly Influences Functional Performance of Patients With an Intertrochanteric Fracture Upon Discharge From the Hospital
  81. Feasibility of progressive strength training shortly after hip fracture surgery
  82. Very low survival rates after non-traumatic lower limb amputation in a consecutive series: what to do?
  83. Intra- and Interrater Reliability and Agreement of the Danish Version of the Dynamic Gait Index in Older People With Balance Impairments
  85. Thigh and Knee Circumference, Knee-Extension Strength, and Functional Performance After Fast-Track Total Hip Arthroplasty
  86. Loss of Knee-Extension Strength Is Related to Knee Swelling After Total Knee Arthroplasty
  87. How Many Trials Are Needed to Achieve Performance Stability of the Timed Up & Go Test in Patients With Hip Fracture?
  88. Prefracture functional level evaluated by the New Mobility Score predicts in-hospital outcome after hip fracture surgery
  89. The role of pain for early rehabilitation in fast track total knee arthroplasty
  90. High intertester reliability of the Cumulated Ambulation Score for the evaluation of basic mobility in patients with hip fracture
  91. Timed Up & Go Test Score in Patients With Hip Fracture Is Related to the Type of Walking Aid
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  93. Factors with independent influence on the ‘timed up and go’ test in patients with hip fracture
  94. Knee-extension strength, postural control and function are related to fracture type and thigh edema in patients with hip fracture
  95. The effects of liberal versus restrictive transfusion thresholds on ambulation after hip fracture surgery
  96. Postoperative pain after hip fracture is procedure specific
  97. Anaemia impedes functional mobility after hip fracture surgery
  98. High inter-tester reliability of the new mobility score in patients with hip fracture
  99. “Timed ‘Up & Go’ Test as a Predictor of Falls” Kristensen et al. Phys Ther. 2007;87(1):24-31.
  100. Timed “Up & Go” Test as a Predictor of Falls Within 6 Months After Hip Fracture Surgery
  101. Prediction of postoperative morbidity, mortality and rehabilitation in hip fracture patients: the cumulated ambulation score
  102. Effect of Postoperative Epidural Analgesia on Rehabilitation and Pain after Hip Fracture Surgery