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The SPRAINED study has competed follow-up of the 682 participants and has moved into the analysis phase. SPRAINED is a multi-centre observational study aiming to validate a prognostic tool for patients with an acute ankle sprain attending Emergency Departments in the UK.  The prognostic tool will help identify patients who may experience a substantially prolonged or incomplete recovery.

Analysis is now underway; the results will be available later this year. 

For more information on the study, please visit: https://www.journalslibrary.nihr.ac.uk/programmes/hta/131906#/

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