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Spinal Cord Outcome measures

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6 minute walk test: ICF, MDC/MCID, norms
ICF: activity
MDC: 45.8m or 22% change
MDIC: .10m/s
Norms: 401m (healthy adults)
10 meter walk test: ICF, MDC/MCID, norms
ICF: activity
MDC: 0.13m/s
MCID: .06m/s (another study found 0.92m/s)
norms (para/tetra): 0.8 m/s
Berg balance scale: ICF, MDC/MCID, norms
ICF: Activity
MDC: not estabilished in this population
norms: 45/56 for para and 51/56 for tetra
*not able to distinguish fallers from non fallers
Handheld Myometry: ICF, MDC/MCID, norms
ICF: body structure
MDC: not estabilished
norms; NA
detected changes in elbow strength that MMT did not detect if mm >/=3/5
TUG: ICF, MDC/MCID, norms
ICF: Activity
MDC: 10.8sec or 30% change
Norms: para: 19.7sec; tetra: 14.6sec
Walking Index for SCI II: why is it unique walking measure? Recs to use it with what other measure?
best for what settings?
-Unique measure: Can use AD/parall bars and bracing, can have 2 person assist; rank orders ability to walk 10m from 0-20
-Recommended to use with 10MWT,
- best for acute settings, ASIA C-D, and lower level pts
WHO QOL-BREF: ICF, best scores are high/low? best for which populations?
ICF: participation
higher scores are better
-best for chronic SCI
WC Skills test: ICF category, best for which populations, cut offs, predicted which other measures?
ICF: activity
best for chronic manual WC user
-cut off >80% have advanced skills,
-predictive of CHART, SWLS, and self perceived health status scores
WC Users SHoulder Pain Index: ICF category, best for which populations? MDC?
ICF: body structure
best for chronic ASIA A-D
MDC: 5.1
SCI Independence Measure: ICF category, normal score, floor effects for which populations?
ICF: activity (transfers, bed, gait, ADL, WC
normal/avg score = 51 (more responsive to change than FIM)
-floor effects for C1-C4
-ceiling effects for T1-T12
recommended for acute, subacute and chronic SCI
SIP 68: ICF, best for which populations?
ICF: body (aerobic), activity, participation
best for subacute, chronic and community dwelling ASIA A-D (NOT ACUTE)
Satisfaction with Life Scale, ICF, best for which population? measures what areas? higher score indicates what?
ICF: participation
best for chronic SCI, after dc
higher score = higher satisfaction
measures level of injury, # of pressure sores, #hospitalizations
Spinal Cord Injury Functional Ambulation Inventory, ICF category, best for which population, what does it measure and what are the MDC?
ICF: activity
best for for ASIA C/D, acute, subacute, and chronic
measures gait (MDC 1.9), assistive device, temporal distance
Craig Hospital Inventory of Environmental Factors, ICF? best for which populations, measures what?
ICF: participation
best for chronic (Complete) after dc from hospital
Measures degree to which elements of the physical, social, and political environments act as barriers or facilitators to full participation
Bryce Rangarrson Pain Taxonomy: ICF, best for which settings?
ICF: body structure (pain)
used in research
Capabilities of Upper extremity: ICF, best in which populations, higher score indicates what?
ICF: activity
best for UE use in ASIA A-D (cervical injuries/tetraplegia)
MDC: for cervical 34
higher score indicates no limitations
scores 32-224
International SCI Pain Classification, ICF, measures what/doesn't measure what?
ICF: body structure (pain)
classifies type of pain, not outcome or prognosis for pain
Life Satisfaction Questionnaire-9; ICF, best for what populations, correlated with what other scale?
ICF: participation
best for chronic ASIA A-D (after dc)
correlated with SWLS, but SWLS is superior
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