Brief Pain Inventory


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Brief Pain Inventory

A brief, simple, self-administered questionnaire for evaluating pain, which addresses the relevant aspects of pain—history, intensity, timing, location and quality—and the pain’s ability to interfere with the patient’s activities.

Brief Pain Inventory

Neurology A brief, relatively simple, self-administered questionnaire for evaluating pain, which addresses the relevant aspects of pain–history, intensity, timing, location, and quality and the pain's ability to interfere with the Pt's activities. See Pain.
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Pain assessment through the brief pain inventory in a low socio-economic level population.
Outcome measure All 58 patients Mean (SD; 95% CI) Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) Average pain intensity 6.
Para valorar el DFD se utilizo la escala Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) (12).
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Validity of the Brief Pain Inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain.
A QoR score, which is a reliable, validated instrument for assessing quality of recovery after anaesthesia and surgery based on patient responses to questions about their well-being and functional status18, and a Modified Brief Pain Inventory questionnaire were completed19.
The Brief Pain Inventory is a 17 item self-rated scale which includes demographic data, medication use and the sensory and reactive components of pain (Keller et al, 2004).
Pain intensity and shoulder functional status were assessed on the Brief Pain Inventory Short Form Question-12 (BP1SF-12) and Action Research Arm Test (ARAT) at baseline and fortnightly by a blinded investigator.
On a scale of 0-10, the Brief Pain inventory measures the extent to which pain interferes with an older child's or adolescent's general activity range.
Clinically significant pain, defined as baseline pain score by Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) 4, was present in 53% of patients, with 45% of these patients receiving chronic narcotic administration.
El DFD se valoro mediante la escala Brief Pain Inventory (BPI).
At enrollment, they were experiencing moderate aromatase inhibitor (AI)-associated joint pain, defined as a score of 5-7 on the 0-10 Brief Pain Inventory (BPI), after 18 months on the medication.

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