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100. Converting ODI or SF-36 Physical Function Domain Scores to a PROMIS PF Score Darrel S. Brodke, MD, Brandon D. Lawrence, MD, W. Ryan Spiker, MD, Ashley Neese, Man Hung, PhD; University of Utah Department of Orthopaedics, Salt Lake City, UT, US BACKGROUND CONTEXT: Both evidence-based decision-making and the recent focus on value in spine care depend on the validity and high quality of outcomes measures. Several studies have revealed the shortcomings of the commonly used disease-specific and general outcomes measures, ODI and SF-36, in the spine patient population. More recently, the PROMIS Network, funded by the NIH, has identified domains with excellent psychometric properties that measure desired outcomes. The Physical Function domain, delivered by Computerized Adaptive Testing (PF CAT) is one such option that performs well in the spine patient population and is easy to administer. The challenge comes with the need to utilize older collected data and compare this to the new outcomes scores as we convert to the new testing method. It would be ideal to be able to convert scores from one test to another, but little is known about whether the scores from the ODI or SF-36 Physical Function Domain can be converted to PF CAT scores or vice versa. METHODS: Regression analyses were performed to predict the PF CAT scores from the ODI and the SF-36 PFD on completed assessments from a total of 1,719 patients in an academic spine center. Pearson correlations were computed to compare the actual PF CAT scores with the predicted PF CAT scores from the ODI and the SF-36 PFD. RESULTS: All legacy scale scores significantly predicted the PROMIS PF CAT scores (p!0.0001). The ODI accounted for 61.6% of the variability in the PF CAT, and the SF-36 PFD accounted for 63.0% of the variability, which is good coverage of the PF CAT score. The correlation for the PF CAT and ODI was 0.785; and the correlation for the PF CAT and SF-36 PFD was 0.794; again, good correlation. The equations for converting ODI or SF-36 PFD scores to PF CAT scores, and back are: PF CAT 5 (-0.332) (ODI scores) þ 50.973; ODI 5 (-3.012) (PF CAT scores) þ 153.533; PF CAT 5 (0.242) (SF-36 PFD scores) þ 28.576; and SF-36 PFD 5 (4.132) (PF CAT scores) – 118.083. CONCLUSIONS: Both of the ODI and the SF-36 PFD are highly correlated with the PROMIS PF CAT and accounted for a substantial amount of variance in the PF CAT. We are able to accurately predict the PROMIS PF CAT scores from either the ODI or SF-36 PFD scores, allowing conversion from one to the other and utilization of older collected data when switching to the new outcomes instrument. FDA DEVICE/DRUG STATUS: This abstract does not discuss or include any applicable devices or drugs. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.spinee.2014.08.131
101. Sacroiliac Joint Pain: Burden of Disease Daniel J. Cher, MD1, David W. Polly, Jr., MD2, Sigurd H. Berven, MD3; 1 SI-BONE, Inc., San Jose, CA, US; 2University of Minnesota Physicians, Minneapolis, MN, US; 3University of California San Francisco Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, San Francisco, CA, US BACKGROUND CONTEXT: The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) is an important and significant cause of low back pain. PURPOSE: We seek to quantify the burden of disease attributable to the SI joint. STUDY DESIGN/SETTING: Comparison of data from two prospective clinical trials and an unrelated cross-sectional survey. PATIENT SAMPLE: Two samples were used: 1) patients participating in SIFI and INSITE, two prospective clinical trials of SI joint fusion for SI
joint pain due to degeneration and disruption of the SI joint, and 2) patients participating in a nationally representative cross-sectional survey (National Health Measurement Study, NHMS). OUTCOME MEASURES: Quality of life as measured by SF-36 and EQ5D, two commonly used quality-of-life instruments. METHODS: The impact of SI joint pain was calculated by using published transformations for SF-36 into health state utility and comparing these to utilities derived from NHMS. The NHMS and SIJ cohorts were combined with an additional grouping variable representing cohort. Mean values were calculated across NHMS age groups and gender using SAS PROC SURVEYMEANS, which accounts for both oversampling and sampling strata. SAS PROC SURVEYREG was used to model mean PCS, MCS, SF-6D and EQ-5D values controlling for age group and gender, age 0002 gender interaction, and accounting for oversampling. Additionally, a percentile for each utility was calculated for each member of the SI joint cohort using age- and gender-matched persons from the reference (NHMS) cohort. Finally, utility values were compared with values published in a publicly available utility clearinghouse. RESULTS: SIJ patients (n5198) had mean SF-36 and EQ-5D utility scores of 0.51 and 0.44, respectively. Values were significantly depressed (0.28 points for SF-36 utility score [SF-6D] and 0.43 points for EQ-5D, both p!0.0001) compared to NHMS controls. SIJ patients were in the lowest deciles for utility compared to NHMS controls. SIJ utility values were worse than many common major medical conditions, and similar to those of other common preoperative orthopedic conditions. CONCLUSIONS: Patients with SIJ pain have marked impairment in quality of life that is worse than many chronic health conditions and similar to other orthopedic conditions commonly treated surgically. SIJ utility values are in the lowest 2 deciles compared to control populations. FDA DEVICE/DRUG STATUS: This abstract does not discuss or include any applicable devices or drugs. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.spinee.2014.08.132
102. Evidence of an Inherited Predisposition for Spinal Cord Tumors W. Ryan Spiker, MD1, Brandon D. Lawrence, MD1, Prokopis Annis, MD1, Darrel S. Brodke, MD1, Lisa Cannon-Albright2; 1University of Utah Department of Orthopaedics, Salt Lake City, UT, US; 2University of Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT, US BACKGROUND CONTEXT: A genetic predisposition for the development of spinal cord tumors has not yet been reported in the English speaking literature. The combination of a computerized Utah genealogy database with over 45 years of statewide cancer diagnosis data from the Utah Cancer Registry has allowed examination of the familial clustering of spinal cord tumors. STUDY DESIGN/SETTING: A retrospective, population-based study of familial clustering of spinal cord tumors using a genealogic database representing the Utah pioneers and their descendants that has been linked to over 45 years of statewide data from the Utah Cancer Registry. METHODS: The Utah Population Database (UPDB) contains the combined health and genealogic data on over 2.3 million Utah residents. ICD codes were used to identify 229 patients in Utah Cancer Registry with a diagnosis of a primary spinal cord tumor. The hypothesis of excessive familial clustering was tested using the Genealogical Index of Familiality (GIF), and Relative risks (RR) in relatives were estimated by comparing the ratio of observed to expected spinal cord cancers in relatives, using rates estimated from the UPDB. This methodology has been
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