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The St George's Respiratory Questionnaire

The St George's Respiratory Questionnaire,10.1016/S0954-6111(06)80166-6,Respiratory Medicine,P JONES,F QUIRK,C BAVEYSTOCK

The St George's Respiratory Questionnaire   (Citations: 328)
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Journal: Respiratory Medicine - RESP MED , vol. 85, pp. 25-31, 1991
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    • ...and St George's Respiratory Questionnaires (CRDQ and SGRQ)....

    John M Seymouret al. Outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation following acute exacerbations of C...

    • ...The SGRQ has been developed to allow comparative measurement of health between patient populations and to quantify changes in health following therapy [12]...
    • ...The SGRQ consists of three sections and a total score: Symptoms, measuring the frequency and severity of respiratory symptoms; Activity, measuring limitation of activities by breathlessness and activities that cause breathlessness; Impacts, measuring disturbances in social and psychological functioning due to airway disease; Total score summarizes the impact of the disease on overall health status [12-14]...
    • ...The SGRQ initially was conceived as a standardized selfcompleted questionnaire for measuring health and perceived well-being (’QoL’) in airways diseases [12]...
    • ...St George’s Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ) The SGRQ consists of 50 items with weighted responses divided in three sections - Symptoms, Activity ,a nd Impacts -a nd aTotal score [12-14]...

    Leonie Daudeyet al. Health status in COPD cannot be measured by the St George's Respirator...

    • ...George's respiratory questionnaire (SGRQ) (Jones, Quirk & Bavestock, 1991)

      @@@@This is a standardised and validated measure of health impairment in patients with chronic airflow limitation...

    Claire Howardet al. The effectiveness of a group cognitive-behavioural breathlessness inte...

    • ...A larger sample size for both the pulmonary rehabilitation and the bronchodilatation groups would have provided additional statistical power to estimate the MID. Despite the small difference in the degree of similar airflow obstruction between the two groups, the rehabilitation group had a lower exercise tolerance at baseline. In the bronchodilatation studies, the MID estimations were not influenced by the baseline exercise capacity, as shown by the similar predictive power of the absolute and the relative change value regression models. Also, there was overlap in exercise performance in the two groups. Based on this discussion, we submit that the failure to estimate an MID value from the rehabilitation data has more to do with the nature of the intervention that with a lower exercise tolerance found in this group at baseline. In a previous study, we succeeded in finding an MID value for the constant workrate cycling test in a pulmonary rehabilitation context. In this study, the anchor that was used was the St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire...

    Véronique Pepinet al. Significance of changes in endurance shuttle walking performance

    • ...St. George’s Respiratory Questionnaire-Hong Kong Chinese version (SGRQ-HKC) was used to measure clients’ HRQL [35]...

    Aileen W. K. ChanAlbertet al. Effectiveness of a Tai chi Qigong program in promoting health-related ...

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