0 to 10 scale

0 to 10 scale

A pain measurement scale—least severe 0, most severe 10—rated subjectively by a post-op patient with cancer-related bone pain, or other pain. The 0 to 10 scale may be used in JCAHO-accredited hospitals and health care institutions to objectify a patient’s subjective pain.
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It asked respondents to value their lives on a 0 to 10 scale, with 0 being the worst possible life and 10 being the best possible life.
At a total of 20 months after the index procedure (but only 6 months after the ACL reconstruction) the patient had the following scores: SF-36 67 (physical function 95, physical role 25, pain 77.5, general health 95, vitality 65, social function 65, emotional role 66.6, mental health 64, and health transition 50), Lequesne index 0 (in a 0 to 24 scale where 0 is no functional limitation) [5], visual analogue scale for pain 0.5 (in a 0 to 10 scale where 0 is no pain), WOMAC 2/96 (2.1%), IKDC Subjective Knee Evaluation Form 90, and Tegner-Lysholm 100.
Researchers rated how likely they would be to recommend shops to friends and family using a 0 to 10 scale.
He tells you on a 0 to 10 scale, 10 being the best, what he thought of everything from the interaction with people at the show (9), their ability to understand how to win after the recession (4), and even the coffee in the hotel lobby (1).
The researchers also measured quality of life on a 0 to 10 scale. Scores improved from an average 3.5 at baseline to 7 after the intervention.
Other versions of this type of scale are an oral 0 to 10 scale (with "0" being no pain and "10" being worst pain imaginable), a descriptive scale, which offers patients the choice of several symptom descriptions, ranging from no pain to excruciating pain, and the pain "thermometer", which offers a pain scale in diagramatic form.
Its 0 to 10 scale is graduated in 0.2 increments with accuracy to [+ or -]0.1 units.
Those who had rated Blair on the -5 to +5 scale predicted that the new prime minister would do better than did students who had used the 0 to 10 scale, Haddock and Carrick report in the rail issue of SOCIAL COGNITION.
If so, on the -5 to +5 scale, any level of honesty gets rated from 0 to 5, yielding higher ratings than on a 0 to 10 scale, where numbers under 5 still imply honesty.
The Acsa national average was +2.8 (equivalent to 7.8 on the 0 to 10 scale).
Its main indicator has a 0 to 10 scale, where 0 is the worst, and 10 is the best, possible life imaginable.