Key characteristics of upper limb prosthesis users influence Patient Experience Measure scores
AbstractThe Patient Experience Measure (PEM) was designed to assess psychosocial experiences of upper limb prosthesis users. While the PEM has been validated in a national study, differences in PEM scores based on participant characteristics have not been investigated yet. We present a secondary analysis of survey data demonstrating significant differences in PEM scores by amputation laterality (unilateral vs. bilateral), amputation level, and prosthesis type.
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L. Resnik, M. Borgia, J. Segil, and E. Gracyzk, “Key characteristics of upper limb prosthesis users influence Patient Experience Measure scores”, MEC Symposium, Aug. 2022.