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Chinese Journal of Orthopaedics ; (12): 577-583, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-869000


Objective:To investigate the orthopedists' cognition on Chinese Osteoarthritis Guideline (2018 Edition).Methods:Questionnaire about Chinese Osteoarthritis Guideline (2018 Edition) was developed and sent to orthopedists via an invitation link to fill out after authorization from Chinese Osteoarthritis Association. The content of the questionnaire included the basic personal information of the physician, the awareness rate of the guidelines, the evaluation of the guidelines, and its application effects. The survey duration was from September 2019 to December 2019. Multivariate logistic regression and linear regression analysis were performed for the guideline awareness rate and comprehensive score, respectively.Results:A total of 628 physicians completed the questionnaire, of which 623 of 628 (99.2%) were available. About 72.4% of the orthopedists knew the guideline. The awareness rate was statistically related to the education of the physicians ( P<0.05). Respondents' overall score for the guideline was 8.39 with methodological score 8.28. A total of 41.2% of orthopedists thought that the guideline was very good compared with the European and American guidelines, and the clinical problem coverage rate was 78.6%. There is a statistically significant difference in the appraisal of the recommendations ( χ2=138.9, P<0.05) . More than 40% of orthopedists believed that the guidelines were of great help to orthopedists and patients, and that the guide could be promoted to the primary hospitals. Conclusion:After one year publication of Chinese Osteoarthritis Guideline (2018 Edition), most orthopedists have understood the present guideline and applied recommendations in clinical practice. However, the guideline need to be further promoted and disseminated in the future.