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Table 6 Satisfaction with injection

From: Corticosteroid injection for shoulder pain: single-blind randomized pilot trial in primary care

Criteria Methylprednisolone acetate with lidocaine (n = 19) Lidocaine (n = 21)
Responses to first satisfaction question at 2 weeks:   
 No problems at all 1 (5%) 1 (5%)
 Much better 1 (5%) 2 (10%)
 Slightly better 10 (53%) 4 (19%)
 No change 3 (16%) 5 (24%)
 Slightly worse 3 (16%) 7 (33%)
 Much worse 1 (5%) 2 (10%)
Responses to first satisfaction question at 4 weeks:   
 No problems at all 1 (5%) 2 (10%)
 Much better 5 (26%) 3 (15%)
 Slightly better 4 (21%) 5 (25%)
 No change 6 (32%) 7 (35%)
 Slightly worse 1 (5%) 2 (10%)
 Much worse 2 (11%) 1 (5%)
 Data missing   1
Responses to first satisfaction question at 12 weeks:   
 No problems at all 1 (5%) 1 (5%)
 Much better 5 (26%) 8 (42%)
 Slightly better 3 (16%) 3 (16%)
 No change 8 (42%) 3 (16%)
 Slightly worse 2 (11%) 0 (0%)
 Much worse 0 (0%) 4 (21%)
 Data missing   2
Responses to second satisfaction question at 2 weeks:   
 Very pleased 1 (5%) 2 (10%)
 Fairly pleased 9 (47%) 3 (14%)
 Not very pleased 5 (26%) 9 (43%)
 Very disappointed 4 (21%) 7 (33%)
Responses to second satisfaction question at 4 weeks:   
 Very pleased 4 (24%) 3 (15%)
 Fairly pleased 4 (24%) 4 (20%)
 Not very pleased 3 (18%) 6 (30%)
 Very disappointed 6 (35%) 7 (35%)
 Data missing   1
Responses to second satisfaction question at 12 weeks:   
 Very pleased 4 (21%) 4 (21%)
 Fairly pleased 5 (26%) 5 (26%)
 Not very pleased 2 (11%) 5 (26%)
 Very disappointed 8 (42%) 5 (26%)
 Data missing   2
Responses to third satisfaction question at 2 weeks   
  No 2 (10%) 4 (19%)
  Yes 14 (74%) 10 (48%)
  Not sure 3 (16%) 7 (33%)
Responses to third satisfaction question at 4 weeks   
  No 4 (21%) 5 (25%)
  Yes 14 (74%) 11 (55%)
  Not sure 1 (5%) 4 (20%)
  Data missing   2
Responses to third satisfaction question at 12 weeks   
  No 3 (16%) 5 (26%)
  Yes 12 (63%) 10 (53%)
  Not sure 4 (21%) 4 (21%)
  Data missing   2