Percutaneous fixation with Kirschner wires versus volar locking plate fixation in adults with dorsally displaced fracture of distal radius: randomised controlled trial.
Chronic stable angina is associated with lower health-related quality of life: evidence from Chinese patients.
Influence of preoperative leg pain and radiculopathy on outcomes in mono-segmental lumbar total disc replacement: results from a nationwide registry
Effects of yoga in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation - a randomized controlled study.
Comparison of health-related quality-of-life measurement instruments in diabetic patients.
Impact of painful physical symptoms on depression outcomes in elderly Asian patients.
Improving self-efficacy in spinal cord injury patients through "design thinking" rehabilitation workshops.
Health utility decreases with increasing clinical stage in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Effect of intermittent pneumatic compression on disability, living circumstances, quality of life, and hospital costs after stroke: secondary analyses from CLOTS 3, a randomised trial.
ScHARRHUD is an innovative database aimed at improving access to health utilities evidence.
ScHARRHUD was instigated and is managed by the Information Resources Group (IRG) at ScHARR, the School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. It forms part of the work programmes of IRG and the Health Economics and Decision Science (HEDS) section at ScHARR.
ScHARRHUD is a free, searchable web-based resource. The database holds bibliographic details of studies reporting health state utility values (HSUVs). In addition ScHARRHUD is searchable by the names of health state valuation instruments used in each study. In providing this level of indexing, ScHARRHUD aims to make the retrieval of health utilities evidence both more efficient and effective. Whilst the focus of ScHARRHUD is on generic, preference-based measures, such as the EQ-5D, the database extracts and indexes the names of all instruments used in studies.
A pilot version of the ScHARRHUD was developed using start-up funding from the NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) Research Design Service Yorkshire and the Humber (R DS YH). We are now pleased to introduce the publicly accessible beta version ScHARRHUD.
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ScHARRHUD is an idea in development. If you had a study you think should be listed on the database or if you had suggestions and feedback on how ScHARRHUD could be developed please get in touch. Our enthusiasm is restricted only by time and resources and we would welcome your input.
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