LEFS

(redirected from Lower Extremity Functional Scale)
AcronymDefinition
LEFSLocal Enterprise Finance Scheme (Singapore)
LEFSLower Extremity Functional Scale (rehabilitation research)
LEFSLow Energy Foil Spectrometer
LEFSLower Eyelid Fascial Sling
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She scored 46 out of 80 on the Lower Extremity Functional Scale (LEFS), which translates to 57.
Reliability, validity, and responsiveness of the lower extremity functional scale for inpatients of orthopaedic rehabilitation ward.
Reliability and Responsiveness of the Lower Extremity Functional Scale and the Anterior Knee Pain Scale in Patients with Anterior Knee Pain.
The Lower Extremity Functional Scale (LEFS): Scale development, measurement properties and clinical application.
Objective: To assess improvement in functional outcomes following prosthetic fitting after lower limb amputation using a lower extremity functional scale in a cohort of the Pakistani population.
The Lower Extremity Functional Scale (LEFS) has been shown to be a valid and reliable outcome measure with excellent responsiveness to change (Binkley, Stratford, Lott, & Riddle, 1999; Martin & Irrgang, 2007; Watson et al.
Modified Oswestry Low Back Pain Disability Questionnaire (mod OSW), Lower Extremity Functional Scale (LEFS), Short Form-8 (SF-8), and subjective patient goals were administered at 0, 2, and 4 weeks to detect changes in functional activity and participation.
2009):The Lower Extremity Functional Scale Has Good Clinimetric Properties in People With Ankle Fracture.
Activity limitation was measured using the Lower Extremity Functional Scale (Binkley et al 1999) where self-reported activity limitation on 20 activities is scored out of 80.
Ankle function was measured using Binkley's lower extremity functional scale.
CONCLUSION: In this study visual analog scale, range of motion and lower extremity functional scale were used to measure the prognosis of the pain intensity and functional ability in treating acute lateral ankle sprain were determined.
Two validated FDSs were used: The Roland-Morris Disability Index and the Lower Extremity Functional Scale.
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