Pivot shift as an outcome measure for ACL reconstruction: a systematic review View Full Text


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2012-01-05

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Olufemi R. Ayeni, Manraj Chahal, Michael N. Tran, Sheila Sprague

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PurposeTo identify and evaluate the evidence for the pivot shift test as an outcome measure following ACL reconstruction. Achieving rotatory control of the knee post anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has been shown to increase patient satisfaction, decrease functional instability and potentially delay the development of osteoarthritis. The pivot shift is able to assess this rotatory component of knee laxity and appears to have the potential to become a benchmark in gauging the success of ACL surgery. Multiple confounding factors and discrepancies in performing the maneuver itself however put its usefulness in question. Thus, the literature was reviewed to assess whether the pivot shift was able to correlate with final functional outcomes.MethodsTwo reviewers searched two databases (MEDLINE and EMBASE) for randomized control trials that involved anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in the last 5 years. All non-clinical studies were excluded. A quality assessment of the included studies was performed using the Jadad scale by a reviewer. The number of studies using the Pivot Shift Test as well as the test’s relationship with functional outcome was evaluated.ResultsThe literature search yielded 274 studies, of which 65 papers were included. The average Jadad quality score for papers reporting pivot shift as an outcome measure was 2.4, with the most frequent score being 3. Forty seven of 65 studies described the Pivot Shift Test as an outcome measure following ACL reconstruction. Of the 47 studies that included pivot shift as an outcome measure, 40 (85%) correlated with the final functional outcomes.ConclusionThe pivot shift test is an important test following ACL reconstruction, and it correlates with functional outcomes. More... »

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767-777

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    43 schema:description PurposeTo identify and evaluate the evidence for the pivot shift test as an outcome measure following ACL reconstruction. Achieving rotatory control of the knee post anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has been shown to increase patient satisfaction, decrease functional instability and potentially delay the development of osteoarthritis. The pivot shift is able to assess this rotatory component of knee laxity and appears to have the potential to become a benchmark in gauging the success of ACL surgery. Multiple confounding factors and discrepancies in performing the maneuver itself however put its usefulness in question. Thus, the literature was reviewed to assess whether the pivot shift was able to correlate with final functional outcomes.MethodsTwo reviewers searched two databases (MEDLINE and EMBASE) for randomized control trials that involved anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in the last 5 years. All non-clinical studies were excluded. A quality assessment of the included studies was performed using the Jadad scale by a reviewer. The number of studies using the Pivot Shift Test as well as the test’s relationship with functional outcome was evaluated.ResultsThe literature search yielded 274 studies, of which 65 papers were included. The average Jadad quality score for papers reporting pivot shift as an outcome measure was 2.4, with the most frequent score being 3. Forty seven of 65 studies described the Pivot Shift Test as an outcome measure following ACL reconstruction. Of the 47 studies that included pivot shift as an outcome measure, 40 (85%) correlated with the final functional outcomes.ConclusionThe pivot shift test is an important test following ACL reconstruction, and it correlates with functional outcomes.
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