Parkinson's Impact Scale (PIMS) - best symptom safety scale

General Details:

Name:
Parkinson's Impact Scale (PIMS) - best symptom safety scale
Steward:
NINDS
Definition:
Safety: Refers to your ability to do what you want without injuring yourself or others (driving, being outdoors, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, etc.). If your symptoms fluctuate complete for best. As part of PIMS Questionnaire
Registration Status:
Qualified

Permissible Values:

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Value List
Unit of Measure:
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Value Code Name Code Code System Code Description
0 no change no change
1 slight slight
2 Moderate Moderate
3 moderately severe moderately severe
4 severe severe

Designations:

Designation:
Parkinson's Impact Scale (PIMS) - best symptom safety scale
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Designation:
Safety: Refers to your ability to do what you want without injuring yourself or others (driving, being outdoors, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, etc.). If your symptoms fluctuate complete for best.
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Question Text

Designations:

Definition:
Safety: Refers to your ability to do what you want without injuring yourself or others (driving, being outdoors, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, etc.). If your symptoms fluctuate complete for best. As part of PIMS Questionnaire
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Document:
Calne, S., Schulzer, M., Mak, E., Guyette, C., Rohs, G., Hatchard, S., . . . Pegler, S. (1996). Validating a quality of life rating scale for idiopathic parkinsonism: Parkinson's Impact Scale (PIMS). Parkinsonism Relat Disord, 2(2), 55&#8211;61. Erratum: Parkinsonism & Related Disorders Vol. 2 No. 4, p. 237, 1996.<br /><br />Calne, S. M., Mak, E., Hall, J., Fortin, M. J., King, P., McInnes, G., . . . Schulzer, M. (2003). Validating a quality-of-life scale in caregivers of patients with Parkinson's disease: Parkinson's Impact Scale (PIMS). Adv Neurol, 91, 115&#8211;122. <br /><br />Schulzer, M., Mak, E., & Calne, S. M. (2003). The psychometric properties of the Parkinson's Impact Scale (PIMS) as a measure of quality of life in Parkinson's disease. Parkinsonism Relat Disord, 9(5), 291&#8211;294. <br /><br />Serrano-Duenas, M., & Serrano, S. (2008). Psychometric characteristics of PIMS--compared to PDQ-39 and PDQL--to evaluate quality of life in Parkinson's disease patients: validation in Spanish (Ecuadorian style). Parkinsonism Relat Disord, 14(2), 126&#8211;132.

Identifiers:

Source:
NLM
Id:
t33qwhEGxgU
Version:
3.1
Source:
NINDS
Id:
C10214
Version:
3
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BRICS Variable Name
Id:
PIMSBestSymptmSftyScale
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