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What does FIS stand for?

FIS stands for Fatigue Impact Scale (quality of life questionnaire)

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ch Table 1: Fatigue scales developed between the years 1989 and 2006 * FSS (Fatigue Severity Scale, Krupp et al, 1989) * FAI (Fatigue Assessment Instrument, Schwartz et al, 1993) * FRS (Fatigue Rating Scale, Chalder et al, 1993) * FIS (Fatigue Impact Scale, Fisk et al, 1994) * MFI (Multidimensional Fatigue Inventory, Smets et al, 1995) * MS-FSS (MS-Specific Fatigue-Severity Scale, Krupp et al, 1995) * MAF (Multidimensional Assessment of Fatigue, Schwartz et al, 1996) * CIS (Checklist of Individual Strength, Vercoulen et al, 1996) * FAMS (Functional Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis, Cella et al, 1996) * MFIS (Modified Fatigue Impact Scale, MS Council, 1998) * FDS (Fatigue Descriptive Scale, Iriarte et al, 1999) * WEIMuS (Wurzburger Erschopfungsinventar bei MS, Flachenecker et al, 2006)
The nine MSspecific scales used in the MSQLI were the Modified Fatigue Impact Scale (MFIS), the MOS Pain Effects Scale (PES), the Sexual Satisfaction Scale, the Bladder Control Scale, the Bowel Control Scale, the Impact of Visual Impairment Scale (IVIS), the Perceived Deficits Questionnaire (PDQ), the Mental Health Inventory (MHI), and the MOS Modified Social Support Survey (MSSS).