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The Walking Impairment Questionnaire (22) is a self-report of the effects of claudication on walking distance, speed, and stair-climbing ability, expressed as percentages of the maximal possible score if no impairment existed.
Walking Impairment Questionnaire The Walking Impairment Questionnaire (WIQ) is a self-administered, 14-item survey with three subscales: walking distance (7 items), walking speed (4 items), and stair-climbing ability (3 items).
The following tools will be discussed and analyzed during this presentation: Ankle Brachial Index Walking Impairment Questionnaire Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire The University of California: San Diego Shortness of Breath Questionnaire The Saint George's Respiratory Questionnaire The Chronic Respiratory Disease Questionnaire The Minnesota Living with Heart Failure Questionnaire The Kansas City Cardiomyopathy Questionnaire The Seattle Angina Questionnaire The Heart Surgery Symptoms Survey OBJECTIVES * Identify appropriate screening tools to use for specific cardiopulmonary disorders.
At follow-up, the exercise group had better improvement in walking distance, walking speed, and stair-climbing ability than did the sedentary group; the two groups did not differ in claudication severity on the Walking Impairment Questionnaires.
The trial also consists of several secondary endpoints which include pain free walking distance, limb ischemia scores and the Peripheral Arterial Disease Walking Impairment Questionnaire (PADWIQ).
Specifically, I will be the revealing endpoint data relating to responses from the PVD walking impairment questionnaire.