Chinese expert consensus on the whole-period rehabilitation of hip and knee osteoarthritis in the elderly

Title: Chinese expert consensus on the whole-period rehabilitation of hip and knee osteoarthritis in the elderly
Edition: Original
Classification: Experts consensus
Field: Comprehensive guideline
Countries and regions: China
Guidelines users: Clinical rehabilitation physicians, rehabilitation therapists, nursing staff, and interested persons who are interested in rehabilitation treatment of sensory dysfunction in the elderly (such as health bureau policy makers)
Evidence classification method: Recommendation intensity classification: class I recommendation: there is evidence to prove or agree that the rehabilitation treatment is effective; II recommendation: IIa recommendation: some evidence or opinions support the effectiveness of related rehabilitation methods, IIb recommendation: there is no good evidence to prove the effectiveness of related rehabilitation methods; III recommendation: rehabilitation methods are ineffective and harmful in some cases. Evidence quality classification: level A evidence: evidence from multiple randomized controlled studies (RCTs) or Meta analysis; level B evidence: evidence from a single randomized controlled trial or non-randomized controlled trial; level C evidence: evidence from case reporting, expert consensus, etc.
Development unit: 复旦大学附属华山医院
Registration time: 2021-08-30
Registration number: IPGRP-2021CN285
Purpose of the guideline: This consensus aims to provide the diagnosis, rehabilitation assessment and rehabilitation treatment norms of hip and knee osteoarthritis in the elderly from the perspective of whole-period rehabilitation and dysfunction, and provide systematic and comprehensive academic guidance and clinical practice recommendations for rehabilitation personnel in institutions at different levels.