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CDE Detailed Report
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Disease: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
CRF: Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Item count: 15 (15 distinct CDEs)
CDE ID
CDE Name
Definition / Description
Code List / Permissible Values
Definitions for Codes / Permissible Values
Data Type
Instructions
Additional Notes
References
Classification (e.g., Core)
Version #
Version Date
Variable Name
Aliases for Variable Name
CRF Module / Guideline
Sub-Domain
Domain
C09575
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - other pain indicator
Indicates if the subject had pain other than everyday kinds of pain, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric values
No instructions available
Throughout our lives, most of us have had pain from time to time (such as minor Headaches, sprains, and toothaches). Have you had pain other than these everyday kinds of pain today?
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIOthrPainInd
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09576
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain area indicator
On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain. Put an X on the area that hurts the most, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Alphanumeric
Refer to CRF for diagram of human body
On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain. Put an X on the area that hurts the most.
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainAreaInd
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09577
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - worst pain rating scale
Scale indicating the rating of the worst pain, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Use the scale of 0 = no pain and 10 = pain as bad as you can imagine
Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its worst in the last 24 hours
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIWrstPainRtngScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09578
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - least pain rating scale
Scale indicating the rating of the least pain experienced by the subject, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Use the scale of 0 = no pain and 10 = pain as bad as you can imagine
Please rate your pain by circling the one nuimber that best describes your pain at its least in the last 24 hours
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPILstPainRtngScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09579
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - average pain rating scale
Scale indicating the rating of the average pain experienced by the subject, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Use the scale of 0 = no pain and 10 = pain as bad as you can imagine
Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain on the average
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIAvgPainRtngScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09580
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - current pain rating scale
Scale rating the pain the subject is feeling right now, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Use the scale of 0 = no pain and 10 = pain as bad as you can imagine
Please rate your pain by circling the one number that tells how much pain you have right now
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPICurntPainRtngScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09581
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - treatment received text
Text of treatment/medication subject receives for the pain, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Alphanumeric
No instructions available
What treatments or medications are you receiving for your pain
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPITreatmtRecvdTxt
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09582
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - relief received percentage number
Indicates the relief received from medication use, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Please circle the one percentage that most shows how much relief you have received
Use the scale of 0% = no relief and 100% = complete relief
In the last 24 hours, how much relief have pain treatments or medications provided?
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIRelfRecvdPctNum
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09583
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain general activity interference scale
Scale assessing how much the pain has interfered with general activity, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your:
Use the scale of 0 = does not interfere and 10 = completely interferes
General Activity
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainGenrlActIntfrrnScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09584
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain mood interference scale
Scale assessing how much the pain has interfered with mood, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your:
Use the scale of 0 = does not interfere and 10 = completely interferes
Mood
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainMdIntfrrncScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09585
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain walking ability interference scale
Scale assessing how much the pain has interfered with walking ability, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your:
Use the scale of 0 = does not interfere and 10 = completely interferes
Walking Ability
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainWlkngAblIntfrrncScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09586
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain normal work interference scale
Scale assessing how much the pain has interfered with normal work, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your:
Use the scale of 0 = does not interfere and 10 = completely interferes
Normal Work (includes both work outside the home and housework)
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainNormWrkIntfrrncScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09587
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain relations interference indicator
Scale assessing how much the pain has interfered with relations with other people, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your:
Use the scale of 0 = does not interfere and 10 = completely interferes
Relations with other people
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainRelateIntfrrnScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09588
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain sleep interference scale
Scale assessing how much the pain has interfered with sleep, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your:
Use the scale of 0 = does not interfere and 10 = completely interferes
Sleep
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainSlpIntfrrnScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
C09589
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain enjoyment interference scale
Scale assessing how much the pain has interfered with enjoyment of life, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
  
Numeric Values
Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your:
Use the scale of 0 = does not interfere and 10 = completely interferes
Enjoyment of life
Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210.

Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318.

Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
Supplemental–Highly Recommended
3.0
7/22/2013
BPIPainEnjmntIntfrrncScale
Aliases for variable name not defined
Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form)
Pain
Outcomes and End Points
06-16-2019
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