symptom inventory

symptom inventory

A list of findings or patterns common to particular illnesses or diseases, e.g., psychological illnesses, traumatic injuries, or neoplastic diseases. Symptom inventories are used to assess or screen patients, to assign them to treatment groups, and to randomize groups of individuals by their similarities or differences so that they may be compared in research.
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Outcomes were measured at 4 and 12 weeks by using the IBS Symptom Severity Scale, Brief Symptom Inventory, and IBS Quality of Life questionnaire.
Since the diagnosis of healthy individuals from patients require short and valid instrument, therefore, the symptom inventory of mental disorders (SCL90-R) is one of the tools that help to diagnosis and screening individuals with disorders from the healthy individuals, that in the present time it has 90 questions and 9 below scale that including of somatization, obsession, sensitivity in the interact and interpersonal relationships, depression, anxiety, aggression, pathological fear, paranoid thoughts and psychoticism.
The Neurobehavioral Symptom Inventory (NSI) is a 22-item survey addressing symptoms that may be present following a concussion [49].
The Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) is a 53-item, self-report measure that assesses nine primary symptom dimensions that can be summed to reflect a global index of distress (Derogatis 1993).
The second measure, MD Anderson Symptom Inventory Head and Neck (MDASI-HN), ranked the severity of cancer-related symptoms, other than xerostomia, and their interference with quality of life.
Means (M), Standard Deviations (SD), and Confidence Intervals (CI) of Variables of Interest Parents of Children With Special Needs M (SD) [CI] Brief Symptom Inventory Global Severity Index .
However, the instruments that measured stress level (the Brief Symptom Inventory [BSI]) and burnout (MBI) contain many items that are included in the Compassion Fatigue Self-Test (Figley, 1995b).
Anderson Symptom Inventory (MDASI), which asks patients to rate the severity of multiple symptoms over the previous 24 hours on a 0-10 scale.
Symptom inventory (should include bother assessment)
Five of those excluded failed to score one SD above the mean according to the adult nonpatient norms on the Brief Symptom Inventory (Derogatis, 1993) and one SD below the mean for a college population on the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (Rosenberg, 1989; Vispoel, Boo, & Bleiler, 2001).
The distribution of psychological distress in the sample is similar to the distribution among young adults in the national representative sample used to standardize the Trauma Symptom Inventory (Briere, 1995).
Baseline outcome measures obtained prior to hospital discharge included the Heart Surgery Symptom Inventory (HSSI), Telephone Interview of Cognitive Status (TICS), Timed-Up-and-Go (TUG), 2 Minute Walk Test (2MWT), hand grip strength (HG), and the Timed Sit-to-Stand (STS).