memory impairment screen

memory impairment screen

A four-minute card-based screening test used to differentiate between patients with normal forgetfulness and those with memory defects typical of early Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other memory disorders.

memory impairment screen

Neurology A 4-minute card-based screening test to differentiate between Pts with normal forgetfulness and those with memory defects typical of early Alzheimer's disease and other memory disorders. See Minimental test.
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The USPSTF looked at studies that used the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE), Clock Drawing Test, verbal fluency tests, Informant Questionnaire on Cognitive Decline in the Elderly, Memory Impairment Screen, MiniCog Test, Abbreviated Mental Test, and Short Portable Mental Status Questionnaire.
Men were eligible for PREADVISE if they scored at least a 5 on the Memory Impairment Screen (MIS) at baseline.
Evaluacion de la utilidad diagnostica de una adaptacion espanola del Memory Impairment Screen de Buschke para detectar demencia y deterioro cognitivo.
Screening for dementia with the memory impairment screen.
Screening for Alzheimer's disease: the Memory Impairment Screen versus the conventional Three-word Memory Test.
3 (1) 0 Cognitive Decline in the Elderly (IQCode; Jorm, 1989) Informant Questionnaire on 73 0 0 Cognitive Decline in the Elderly-Short Form (IQCode-SF, Jorm, 1994) MiniCog (Borson, 2000) 74 0 0 Time and Change (T&C; 74 0 0 Froelich, 1998) Dementia Questionnaire (DQ; 74 0 0 Silverman, 1986) Cognitive Abilities Screening 74 0 0 Inventory (CASI; Teng, 1994) 7-Minute Screen (7MS; Solomon, 74 0 0 1998) Cognitive Assessment Screening 72 0 0 Test (CAST; Drachman, 1996) Middlesex Elderly Assessment 73 0 0 of Mental State (MEAMS; Golding, 1989) ABCS (Molloy, 2005) 73 0 0 Deterioration Cognitive 71 0 0 Observee(DECO; Ritchie, 1996) Memory Impairment Screen (MIS; 73 0 0 Buschke, 1999) Short Portable Mental State 73 0 0 Questionnaire (SPMSQ; Pfeiffer, 1975) Added: The Executive Interview 15 13.
Memory Impairment Screen (MIS): The MIS is a measure of delayed free- and cued-recall memory, scored from 0 to 8 with higher scores representing better performance [34].
Abbreviations: CLOX = Executive Clock Drawing Task, DOD = Department of Defense, EXIT25 = Executive Interview, GCS = Glasgow Coma Scale, HAM-D = Hamilton Depression Rating Scale, IRB = institutional review board, MIS = Memory Impairment Screen, MMSE = Mini-Mental Status Examination, OEF = Operation Enduring Freedom, OIF = Operation Iraqi Freedom, PCL = Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Checklist, PTA = posttraumatic amnesia, PTSD = posttraumatic stress disorder, SAILS = Structured Assessment of Independent Living Skills, STVHCS = South Texas Veterans Health Care System, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, WHMC = Wilford Hall Medical Center.
2 CLOX1 = Executive Clock Drawing Task part 1, CLOX2 = Executive Clock Drawing Task part 2, EXIT25 = Executive Interview, HAM-D = Hamilton Depression Rating Scale, MIS = Memory Impairment Screen, MMSE = Mini- Mental Status Examination, PCL = Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Checklist, SAILS = Structured Assessment of Independent Living Skills, SD = standard deviation.
Try the Memory Impairment Screen, the Mini-Cog, and the General Practitioner Assessment of Cognition tests.
The analysis included 16 instruments; the Memory Impairment Screen, the Mini-Cog, and the General Practitioner Assessment of Cognition were the best tools for routine screening, based on validity, accuracy, and time to administer/ease of use.
The investigators determined that the Memory Impairment Screen, the Mini-Cog, and the General Practitioner Assessment of Cognition were the best tools for routine screening, based on validity, accuracy, and time to administer/ease of use.