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Table 1 SF-36 results before, and at one year and 3.6 years (26–65 months) after THR for OA. Mean scores and (standard deviations) of the SF-36 subscales for patients operated on with cemented total hip replacement (81 women), mean age 74 (61–88) and hybrid total hip replacement (24 women) mean age 62 (50–72).

From: Patient Relevant Outcomes after total hip replacement. A comparison between different surgical techniques

SF-36 subscale Preop Cemented (N = 139) Preop Hybrid (N = 57) 1 year Postop Cemented (N = 139) 1 year Postop Hybrid (N = 57) 3.6 year Postop Cemented (N = 139) 3.6 year Postop Hybrid (N = 57)
PF 30.43 (20.4) 30.4 (17.7) 61.6 (22.4) *74.2 (19.7) 56.5 (24.2) *68.2 (25.3)
RP 6.8 (17.1) *15.5 (28.7) 51.7 (42.3) *72.4 (37.1) 39.7 (42.9) *63.9 (41.6)
BP 30.5 (15.6) 30.3 (20.0) 72.3 (24.9) 78.0 (21.7) 64.9 (25.6) 69.2 (27.9)
GH 66.4 (19.6) *72.4 (20.3) 68.9 (20.5) *78.7 (21.6) 64.4 (21.1) 70.1 (23.9)
VT 47.8 (21.3) 51.2 (20.2) 68.7 (22.0) *78.0 (20.8) 61.0 (24.0) *70.0 (24.1)
SF 62.6 (26.5) 67.0 (25.3) 84.7 (23.5) *92.7 (17.2) 81.0 (23.0) *90.6 (20.5)
RE 33.6 (41.0) 43.8 (44.3) 63.3 (40.7) *86.3 (29.2) 56.8 (44.0) *83.6 (32.0)
MH 68.3 (19.8) 71.6 (23.8) 80.2 (19.3) *87.3 (15.7) 76.5 (19.8) *83.4 (20.1)
  1. * = p < 0.05 hybrid vs. cemented THR for each observation time. PF-physical function, RP-role physical, BP-bodily pain, GH-general health, VT-vitality, SF-social function, RE-role emotional, MH-mental health. The scale is 0–100, worst to best.