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Acronym
FCCS

Description
an instrument designed to measure the confidence (self-efficacy) diabetics have in performing foot self care.

Area of assessment
Beliefs, Function/disability/performance, Knowledge/attitude.

Condition
Metabolic /endocrine.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Acronym
FCOES

Description
Not available

Area of assessment
Behavior, Function/disability/performance, Knowledge/attitude.

Condition
Metabolic /endocrine.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Acronym
NQOLS

Description
Neuropathy-specific Quality of Life Scales used to measure both physical and psychosocial effects of diabetic neuropathy on HrQoL

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance, Quality of life.

Condition
Metabolic /endocrine.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Acronym
(SF-LDQ)

Description
The SF-LDQ consists of eight items that assess for the presence and severity of dyspepsia by measuring the frequency and severity of upper abdominal pain/discomfort, heartburn, regurgitation and nausea. It was developed from the Leeds Dyspepsia Questionnaire (LDQ), a longer form survey. Possible scores range from 0 to 32 with higher values corresponding with increasing severity of dyspepsia. The developers of the SF-LDQ have defined a score of 0 as 'no dyspepsia a score of 1 - 4 as 'very mild dyspepsia, a score of 5 - 8 as 'mild dyspepsia, a score of 9 - 15 as 'moderate dyspepsia' and a score >15 as indicative of 'severe dyspepsia'.

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Gastroenterology.

Age Group
Child/adolescent- 0-19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Acronym
(OSDI)

Description
The OSDI, which was created by the Outcomes Research Group at Allergan Inc in order to quickly assess the symptoms of ocular irritation in dry eye disease and how they affect functioning related to vision. This 12-item questionnaire assesses dry eye symptoms and the effects it has on vision-related function in the past week of the patient’s life.[6] The questionnaire has 3 subscales: ocular symptoms, vision-related function, and environmental triggers. Patients rate their responses on a 0 to 4 scale with 0 corresponding to “none of the time” and 4 corresponding to “all of the time.” A final score is calculated which ranges from 0 to 100 with scores 0 to 12 representing normal, 13 to 22 representing mild dry eye disease, 23 to 32 representing moderate dry eye disease, and greater than 33 representing severe dry eye disease. The OSDI assesses quality of life measures, which aligns the questionnaire with Federal Food and Drug Administration’s emphasis on utilizing patient-reported outcomes in order to support medicinal product submissions and clinical drug trial efficacy. Tear break up time is another way that clinicians assess dry eye disease. When OSDI and tear break up time were analyzed, a statistically significant inverse correlation between the test scores was found; the higher or worse the OSDI score, the lower or worse the tear break up time was

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance, Quality of life, Vision.

Condition
Eye/vision.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Acronym
ANT

Description
used to assess numeracy levels of patients with asthma and consequently develop and evaluate targeted interventions designed to improve patient care outcomes.

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Pulmonary.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

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Acronym
VADL

Description
used to specifically test the functional problems of patients with vestibular disorders.

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Neurology.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

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Acronym
MHHS

Description
The MHHS is simple to administer, widely used, and excellent for detecting changes in pain and function pre- and post-operatively. It used to assess the level of hip joint disability. This tool evaluate the effectiveness of different treatment modalities.

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance, Pain.

Condition
Orthopedic /rheumatology.

Age Group
Not available

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Acronym
(DCDQ’07)

Description
It is a questionnaire for parents composed of 15 items related to a child’s performance in various everyday activities, with an administration time of 10−15 min. The questionnaire is designed to assess three factors: control during movement (CDM), fine motor /written motor skills (FM), and general coordination (GC). Parents are asked to compare their child’s coordination to that of other children of the same age and rate it on a 5-point Likert scale ranging from Not at all or A little to Moderately or Strongly - like my child.

Area of assessment
Activities of daily living, Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Pediatric.

Age Group
Child/adolescent- 0-19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Acronym
FAI

Description
The Frenchay Activity Index (FAI) is a commonly used scale to evaluate functional status in rehabilitation research and practice settings.

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Rehabilitation.

Age Group
Not available

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Acronym
DFSQ

Description
The diabetic foot self-care questionnaire is considered a self-care evaluation tool with 16 questions for assessing diabetic foot health disorders.

Area of assessment
Activities of daily living, Balance, Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Metabolic /endocrine.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
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Acronym
iPCQ

Description
Not available

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Hospital.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
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Acronym
iMCQ

Description
Not available

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Hospital.

Age Group
Adult- over 19 years

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
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Articles last updated: December 2020