fibromyalgia impact questionnaire

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fibromyalgia impact questionnaire

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FIQ

A 21-item self-reported questionnaire used to assess the current health status of women diagnosed with fibromyalgia syndrome.
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Logistic binary regression analysis adjusted by age and BMI was used to analyze the relationship between higher levels of anxiety and depression (HADS [greater than or equal to] 8) and severe fibromyalgia (FIQ [greater than or equal to] 59).
In the present study, we could however not find any correlations between pain, before or after the test or for FIQ, with any of the postural control variables.
Univariate analysis of the differences between the FS and control groups with respect to mean values of pain-VAS, physical affects (FIQ, PIS), and anxiety and depression levels are shown in Table 3.
But men on duloxetine fared worse on the FIQ total score than those taking placebo.
Mean FIQ score of FM patients was 69.7 [+ or -] 5.9.
However, when the correlation of TPC and FIQ with BDCAF scores was analyzed, we detected a strong association between the disease severity of FMS and almost all disease activity variables of BD.
Former FIQ world champion Rivera landed eighth out of 86 participants in the men's division while Del Rosario, one of Asia's best, checked in 14th in the women's competition.
Debido a que el empleo de cuestionarios multidimensionales para la medida de la depresion y de la ansiedad en los pacientes con dolor cronico ha sido duramente criticado como consecuencia del fenomeno conocido como <<contaminacion del criterio>> (Pincus y Callahan, 1993; Williams, 1998), para la evaluacion de estas variables se opto por el empleo de dos items pertenecientes a la adaptacion espanola del Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire dirigidos a la evaluacion de la experiencia global de depresion y ansiedad de los pacientes (FIQ; Buckhardt, Clark y Bennett, 1991; Garcia, Marco, Ruiz y Garabieta, 2001).
Significant differences in the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) average 24-hour pain score and the Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire (FIQ) were seen within 1 week in both the 60-mg/day and 120-mg/day duloxetine groups compared with placebo, with no significant difference between the two dosages.
Sponsors: CIRCO, CRIM, FIQ, ACI, AFCET, IEEE-CS, DEFRIO, BCS, INFRIA, CSCSI, in coop.