2022
DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2022-105495
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Abstract: ObjectiveSynthesise evidence for effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions following ACL and/or meniscal tear on symptomatic, functional, clinical, psychosocial, quality of life and reinjury outcomes.DesignOverview of systematic reviews with Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation certainty of evidence.Data sourcesMEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, SPORTDiscus and Cochrane Library.Eligibility criteriaSystematic reviews of randomised controlled trials investigating rehabilitation interventio… Show more

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“…One patient partner and one clinician (sports and exercise medicine physician) were authors on the risk factor review, 29 and one additional patient and clinician partner provided feedback on one of the intervention reviews. 30 A patient partner and a clinician (physiotherapist) provided feedback on this manuscript.…”
Section: Patient and Public Involvementmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…One patient partner and one clinician (sports and exercise medicine physician) were authors on the risk factor review, 29 and one additional patient and clinician partner provided feedback on one of the intervention reviews. 30 A patient partner and a clinician (physiotherapist) provided feedback on this manuscript.…”
Section: Patient and Public Involvementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…RoB: NIHQAT 34 Certainty: GRADE 50 Risk factors for knee OA after traumatic knee injury 29 Primary: identify and quantify the magnitude of potential modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors for symptomatic and structural knee OA following a traumatic knee injury Meta-analyses and semi-quantitative RoB: QUIPS 51 Certainty: GRADE approach for prognostic factor reviews 52 Rehabilitation after traumatic ACL and meniscal tear: clinical outcomes 30 Primary: critically appraise and synthesise systematic review evidence of RCTs assessing rehabilitation interventions following ACL and/or meniscal tear to improve symptomatic, functional, clinical, psychosocial or quality of life outcomes and prevent re-injury Narrative RoB: ROBIS tool 53 Certainty: GRADE 54 Rehabilitation after traumatic ACL and meniscal tear: structural and molecular biomarkers 35 Primary: synthesise existing RCT evidence of different management strategies and rehabilitation approaches to ACL and/or meniscal tear on structural and molecular biomarkers of knee joint health Narrative RoB: Cochrane ROB 2.0 tool 1 Certainty: GRADE 43 Meaningful thresholds for patient reported outcomes for traumatic ACL or meniscal tear 36 Primary: identify, critically appraise and synthesise estimates for thresholds defining meaningful PROs scores for use with individuals treated for a traumatic ACL tear and/or meniscal injury…”
Section: Meta-analyses Narrativementioning
confidence: 99%