We determined the diagnostic accuracy of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire (ECQ) in 1st generation Black African-Caribbean UK. To determine whether the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire (ECQ) can be used as a screening tool for detecting peripheral arterial disease in patients with . The WHO/Rose Questionnaire on intermittent claudication was developed in for use in epidemiological surveys, and has been widely used. Several.
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Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire
Page Contents Page Contents As the Edinburgh Questionnaire was developed, performance of the nine questions from the Rose Questionnaire were analyzed to verify whether any changes were needed. Ankle brachial questiknnaire index observable entity Search for additional papers on this topic. Related Bing Images Extra: The Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire: Surgery – Examination Pages.
A risk score for predicting peripheral arterial disease in individuals 75 eedinburgh or older. Inin another publication of the French version validation, Lacroix and cols. In case of doubt, vascular treadmill test was applied VTT.
The Brazilian version used a methodology similar to the French version 11where the choice was made for a more objective diagnosis method ABI measurewhich detects both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients, and which is closer to clinical practice.
Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire. FowkesVictor AboyansFreya J. Thigh or buttock pain without calf pain. Weinberg Current treatment options in cardiovascular…. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
The translation was done independently by three members in our team and by two English teachers.
ECQ – Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire
Translation, cultural adaptation and validation of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire ECQ a specific tool to assess intermittent claudication. As a result, five renditions were made available, with slight differences. Pressures were measured with vascular Doppler in supine position at rest and after exercise. The purpose of the present study was the translation, cultural adaptation and validation of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire ECQ.
Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire. Through this methodology, an asymptomatic PAD case would be classified as “false positive”, whereas the diagnosis based on clinical history only would be more likely to be classified as “truly negative”.