The PROMIS SF v1.0 – Dyspnea-Severity 5a includes 5 items from part I of the FACIT-Dyspnea adopted by the PROMIS Health Organization.
Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System - Short Form - Dyspnea-Severity 5a
NUMBER OF ITEMS:
Dyspnea patients 18 years and older
Past 7 days
4 point Likert-type scale
Paper and electronic
Self-administration and interview when applicable
TIME FOR COMPLETION:
Less than 5 minutes
PROMIS Scoring Service: http://www.healthmeasures.net/score-and-interpret/calculate-scores/scoring-instructions
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