The hand injury severity scoring system and workers' compensation cases in Wisconsin, USA
Journal of Hand Surgery , Volume 24 B - Issue 2 p. 184- 186
The Hand Injury Severity Score was retrospectively applied to a group of workers’ compensation cases in Wisconsin, USA. A statistically significant correlation was found between the score and the time interval between injury and the end of healing. These results are comparable to the findings in the original study of Campbell and Kay (1996). We provide some suggestions for further development of this scoring system.
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Mink Van Der Molen, A.B, Matloub, H.S, Dzwierzynski, W, & Sanger, J.R. (1999). The hand injury severity scoring system and workers' compensation cases in Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Hand Surgery, 24 B(2), 184–186. doi:10.1054/jhsb.1998.0179