We determined the diagnostic accuracy of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire (ECQ) in 1st generation Black African-Caribbean UK. To determine whether the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire (ECQ) can be used as a screening tool for detecting peripheral arterial disease in patients with . The WHO/Rose Questionnaire on intermittent claudication was developed in for use in epidemiological surveys, and has been widely used. Several.
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That version was then sent to three other independent translators who are fluent in English and who were not familiar with the original version for backtranslation into English. The Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire: Editora Segmento Farma; The translation was done independently by three members in our team and by two Edinbudgh teachers.
Claudication prevalence, typical claudication and the lack of one or more ankle pulses was significantly higher in PAD individuals Table 1. Management of peripheral arterial disease PAD.
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Through this methodology, an asymptomatic PAD case would be classified as “false positive”, whereas the diagnosis based on clinical history only would be more likely to be classified as “truly negative”. No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported. Skip to search form Skip to main content. Content is updated monthly with systematic literature reviews and conferences.
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The use of claudication questionnaires, however, may help screening PAD both for epidemiologic research purposes and in clinical practice. Showing of extracted citations. No difference was found between the groups in regard to schooling 7. In the English version, PAD diagnosis was carried out based on clinical assessment only, which increased the chances of matching questionnaire results and the presence of PAD, since both focus symptomatic PAD.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content. It was applied to individuals: Symptoms disappear after less than 10 minutes at rest. Cross-cultural adaptation of health-related quality of life measures: Claudication questionnaires validated in Brazilian Portuguese are not available in this country today. Prevalence is high, and is associated to high risk for fatal and non-fatal cardiovascular events death, myocardial infarction and cerebral vascular accident The use of ankle brachial pressure indices in a cohort of black African diabetic patients Elroy Patrick Weledji claudicayion, Neville Telelen AlemnjuChristophe Claudicatlon Annals of medicine and surgery Criqui Nature Reviews Cardiology Weinberg Current treatment options in cardiovascular….
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The versions were then compared and discussed in a meeting where a consensual choice was made for Version 1. Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire.
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In stage 2, participants had anthropometric measures and ankle-brachial index ABI at rest measured questionnaiire vascular Doppler. Although access to this website is not restricted, the information found here is intended for use by medical providers. Translation, cultural adaptation and validation of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire ECQ a specific tool to assess intermittent claudication.
Sex Factors Epidemiology Stage level 1 Fill. Mortality over four years in SHEP participants with low ankle-brachial index. In this study, reasons for the poor sensitivity and good specificity were determined following its application to claudicants and to 61 subjects with other causes of leg pain. Showing of 8 extracted citations. Males were predominant