The secondary endpoints are; change from baseline in Saint-George Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ); time to first acute exacerbation (days); respiratory mortality; overall survival; on-treatment survival; further analysis of FVC; further analysis of acute exacerbations; patient reported outcomes: changes in SGRQ, Shortness Of Breath Questionnaire (SOBQ), Cough And Sputum Assessment (CASAQ), Patient's Global Impression of Change (PGIC), EuroQol 5-Dimensional Quality of Life Questionnaire (EQ5D); time to death or lung transplant.
What does SOBQ stand for?
SOBQ stands for Shortness of Breath Questionnaire (dyspnea)
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- South Bay Bisexual Organizers and Activists (San Jose, CA)
- Shortness of Breath on Exertion
- Société Belge d’Orthodontie (Belgian Orthodontic Society)
- Society Of Biological Psychiatry
- Spread-Out Bragg Peak
- Statement of Best Practice (insurance; UK)
- Stoked On Being Pumped (bicycling)
- Struggles of Band Practice
- Supine Office Blood Pressures
- Service-Oriented Business Processes Integration (conference)
- Signal Officer Branch Qualification (US Army)
- Spetsial'nye Otryady Bystrogo Reagirovaniya (Russian: Special Rapid Response Unit)
- Statement of Business Requirement
- Students of Brain Research
- Sixth Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
- Sociedade Brasileira de Periodontologia
- Serving Others Becomes Really Important Especially To Yourself
- Same Old Boring Stuff (polite form)
- School of Biological Sciences (universities)
- Society for Office-Based Surgery (now American Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers)
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Prior to entry and upon completion of the program each individual completed a 6 minute walk test (6MWT), the SF-36 Health survey, and the UCSD Shortness of Breath Questionnaire (SOB).
Another tool which can be used to assess dyspnea generated by activities of daily living is the University of California, San Diego Shortness of Breath Questionnaire (UCSD SOBQ).