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patient reported outcome measure

A generic term used in the UK for a self-completed questionnaire which measures a patient’s health status or health-related quality of life.

All providers of NHS-funded hip replacements, knee replacements, groin hernia surgery and varicose vein surgery are required to collect these data before and after surgery.
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Table 1: A sample of selected Patient Reported Outcome Measures Name Type Application Diabetes Health HRQoL Monitoring impact of Profile diabetes on (DHP-18) patient's life Headache Impact Symptoms and Headache severity and Test[TM] functioning impact of treatment (HIT[TM]) evaluation Measure Yourself Symptoms and Any condition Medical functioning involving symptoms Outcome Profile (MYMOP-2) Patient Health Wellbeing Severity of depression Questionnaire-9 (psychological) (PHQ-9) Name Comments Diabetes Health License required (but free Profile for clinical use).
The expanded analysis focused on additional patient reported outcome measures, including instruments measuring submental fat impact, subject global assessments and subject self-ratings of chin attractiveness.
NASDAQ:DYAX) today announced a study published evaluating the Company's novel Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROs) used to assess hereditary angioedema (HAE) attacks affirmed the PROs as valuable instruments in capturing HAE symptom severity and impact of treatment.

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