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The minimal clinically important difference between the two groups was not achieved when measured by both the Asthma Control Questionnaire 7 and the 32-item Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire.
Recently, Jackson and colleagues have taken a first step to develop a stricture specific health related quality of life questionnaire.
significant improvements in self-reported symptoms, physical exam changes, PCS symptoms, perceived quality of life questionnaires, affective measures (general anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and PTSD), cognitive measures (memory, working memory, attention, and FSIQ score), and SPECT brain blood flow imaging.
Nine studies here examine such aspects as the impact of factors of osteoporosis, how reproductive history impacts old age, therapeutic patient education in muscuskeletal disorders, sarcoidosis patients, bone health, the validity and reliability of the standardized asthma quality of life questionnaire in Greece, and clinical determinants in the elderly type 2 diabetes mellitus population.
An irritable bowel syndrome quality of life questionnaire was used to define health-related quality of life.
49) (Stewart et al 2007), and quality of life (Asthma Quality of Life questionnaire r = 0.
The trial was randomized, double blind, and sham controlled, and the primary effectiveness end point was significant improvement from baseline in Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire (AQLQ) score.
The study also used a standard quality of life questionnaire to assess how well people were able to perform normal daily activities.