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Table 1 Patient baseline data collected before surgery

From: Evaluation of person-centred care after hip replacement-a controlled before and after study on the effects of fear of movement and self-efficacy compared to standard care

Data Control n = 138 gPCC n = 128 P
Female/male 89/49 83/45 0.9
Mean age 66 68 0.1
Standard Deviation 13,9 12
Living
 with someone 90 68 0.6
 alone 46 56
Employment status
 Employed 32 33 0.2
 Retired 84 79
 Disability pension 16 5
 Other 3 6
Contact with relatives
 Weekly 129 120 0.8
 Weekly to monthly 6 4
 < monthly 2 2
Home nursing
 Yes 1 4 0.1
 No 132 120
Emergency medical alarm at home
 Yes 15 9 0.7
 No 97 113
Number of co-morbidities
 Median 1 1 0.06
 Min 0 0
 Max 6 9
ASA grade
 1 36 22 0.1
 2 75 69
 3 27 16
Using naturopathic preparation
 Yes 116 107 1.0
 No 19 17
Type of living
 Flat 62 74 0.02*
 House 75 52
 Service flat 1 2
Need of assistance from relative
 Yes 71 67 1.0
 No 57 54
Need of community home help
 None 120 115 0.7
 Once a week 6 6
 Daily or more 7 4
Assistive aids for personal use such as pincers, seat cushions and so on
 Yes 46 51 0.4
 No 44 61
Pre-fracture independenceb
 80–100 % 132 117 0.9
 60–79 % 3 7
 < 60 % 3 3
 Mean 92 92
 SD 13 16
Type of walking aid
 None 44 42 0.5
 Crutches 64 54
 Walking frame 14 19
 Wheel chair 3 4
Previous hip replacement in contralateral hip
 Yes 47 32 0.4
 No 91 95
Feeling healthy
 Yes 78 77 0.7
 No 19 16
  1. aCeder scale
  2. bFunctional Recovery Scale [40]
  3. *significant
  4. The missing data for some of the variables were not regarded to impact the overall study results
  5. gPCC Gothenburg person-centred care