CAGE questionnaire

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CAGE questionnaire, a four-question survey used to identify potential alcohol dependence. CAGE is an acronym for the four areas identified (felt need to Cut back,
Annoyance by critics,
Guilt about drinking, and
Eye-opening morning drinking).
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The CAGE questionnaire is a widely-used screening tool that was originally developed to detect alcohol abuse, but has been adapted to assess other substance abuse.
We conducted a cross-sectional survey in 2010 of100 adult smokers at Tygerberg Academic Hospital in Cape Town to determine the rate of nicotine dependence using the Fagerstrom questionnaire and alcohol co-dependence using the CAGE questionnaire.
2) The CAGE questionnaire was applied to identify alcohol abuse or dependence during the periods of life prior to and following the HIV/AIDS diagnosis.
9 per cent when combined with the CAGE questionnaire (Have you ever felt you should cut down on your drinking?
Screening and assessment instruments such as the Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test (MAST), CAGE questionnaire etc.
0% in men) of the general population, according to the CAGE questionnaire.
The CAGE questionnaire is a valid questionnaire with adequate psychometric qualities that can be used in the general population (Skogen, Overland, Knudsen, & Mykletun, 2011).
The CAGE questionnaire is a brief screening instrument consisting of four simple questions about drinking behaviour.
Dependence of their alcoholism was enquired in the form of CAGE questionnaire (9).
Bloom says it's important for doctors to screen patients about their alcohol intake using a standardized questionnaire, such as the CAGE Questionnaire (see left).
2) The CAGE questionnaire consists of four questions: 1.