CDE Detailed Report

Disease: Mitochondrial Disease
Sub-Domain: Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes
CRF: Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version

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CDE ID CDE Name Variable Name Definition Short Description Additional Notes (Question Text) Permissible Values Description Data Type Disease Specific Instructions Disease Specific Reference Population Classification (e.g., Core) Version Number Version Date CRF Name (CRF Module / Guideline) Sub Domain Name Domain Name Size Input Restrictions Min Value Max Value Measurement Type External Id Loinc External Id Snomed External Id caDSR External Id CDISC
C07124 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Recreational activities week hour value CHARTSFRecrtnlActWkHrVal Number of hours the subject spends for recreational activities per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of hours the subject spends for recreational activities per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many hours per week do you spend in recreational activities such as sports, exercise, playing cards, or going to movies? Please do not include time spent watching TV or listening to the radio. Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 168 hour
C07137 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) -Social Integration Score CHARTSFSocialIntgratnScore Total social integration score (0-100) Total social integration score (0-100) Social Integration Score Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07114 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Home activities assistance indicator CHARTSFHmActAssstncInd Indicator of assistance the subject receives in the subject's home with activities, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Indicator of assistance the subject receives in the subject's home with activities, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How much time is someone with you in your home to assist them with activities that require remembering, decision making, or judgment? 1;2;3;4;5;6 Someone else is always with me to observe or supervise.;Someone else is always around, but they only check on me now and then.;Sometimes I am left alone for an hour or two.;Sometimes I am left alone for most of the day.;I have been left alone all day and all night, but someone checks in on me.;I am left alone without anyone checking on me. Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07125 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - People living with subject value CHARTSFPplLvngSubVal Number of people the subject lives with, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of people the subject lives with, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many people do you live with? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 99
C07138 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) -Economic Self Sufficiency Score CHARTSFEconSelfSufficScore Total economic self-sufficiency score (0-100) Total economic self-sufficiency score (0-100) Economic Self-Sufficiency Score Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07115 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Outside activities assistance indicator CHARTSFOutsdActAssstncInd Indicator of assistance the subject receives outside of the subject's home with activities, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Indicator of assistance the subject receives outside of the subject's home with activities, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How much of the time is someone with you to help with remembering, decision making, or judgment when you go away from your home? 1;2;3;4 I am restricted from leaving, even with someone else.;Someone is always with me to help with remembering, decision making or judgment when I go anywhere.;I go to places on my own as long as they are familiar.;I do not need help going anywhere. Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07126 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Spouse significant other indicator CHARTSFSpseSignfcntOthrInd Indicator of if the subject lives with spouse or significant other, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Indicator of if the subject lives with spouse or significant other, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Is one of them your spouse or significant other? 1;0;9 Yes;No;Not applicable Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C19546 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Combined family income indicator CHARTSFCombndFmlyIncInd Indicator of subject and the subject's family combined income in the last year, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Indicator of subject and the subject's family combined income in the last year, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Approximately what was the combined annual income, in the last year, of all family members in your household? (consider all sources including wages and earnings, disability benefits, pension and retirement income, income from court settlements, investment and trust funds, child support and alimony, contributions from relatives, and any other source.) Less than 10,000;10,000–15,000;15,000–20,000;20,000–25,000;25,000–35,000;35,000–50,000;50,000–75,000;75,000 or more Less than 10,000;10,000–15,000;15,000–20,000;20,000–25,000;25,000–35,000;35,000–50,000;50,000–75,000;75,000 or more Alphanumeric

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07116 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Off bed day hour value CHARTSFOffBdDyHrVal Number of hours the subject spends out of bed on a typical day, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of hours the subject spends out of bed on a typical day, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) On a typical day, how many hours are you out of bed? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07127 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Living with relatives value CHARTSFLvngWthReltvVal Number of relatives the subject lives with, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of relatives the subject lives with, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Of the people you live with, how many (others) are relatives? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 99
C19547 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Unreimbursed medical care expenses indicator CHARTSFReimbrsdMedCrExpnsInd Indicator of how much money the subject spent for medical care expenses last year and did not get reimbursed for, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Indicator of how much money the subject spent for medical care expenses last year and did not get reimbursed for, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Approximately how much did you pay last year for medical care expenses? (Consider any amounts paid by yourself or the family members in your household and not reimbursed by insurance or benefits). "Would you say your unreimbursed medical expenses are…" Less than 1000;1,000–2,500;2,500–5,000;5,000–10,000;10,000 or more Less than 1000;1,000–2,500;2,500–5,000;5,000–10,000;10,000 or more Alphanumeric

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07117 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Outside week day value CHARTSFOutsdWkDyVal Number of days the subject spends out of the house and go somewhere, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of days the subject spends out of the house and go somewhere, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) In a typical week, how many days do you get out of your house and go somewhere? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07128 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Business associate visit month value CHARTSFBusnssAssctVstMoVal Number of business or organizational associates the subject visits per month, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of business or organizational associates the subject visits per month, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many business or organizational associates do you visit, phone, or write to at least once a month? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07118 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Outside year night indicator CHARTSFOutsdYrNgtInd Indicator of how many days the subject spent away from home, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Indicator of how many days the subject spent away from home, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) In the last year, how many nights have you spent away from your home (excluding hospitalizations?) 0;1;3;5 None;1-2;3-4;5 or more Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07129 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Friends visit month value CHARTSFFrndVstMoVal Number of friends the subject visits per month, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of friends the subject visits per month, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many friends (non-relatives contacted outside business or organizational settings) do you visit, phone, or write to at least once a month? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07119 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paid job week hour value CHARTSFPaidJbWkHrVal Number of hours the subject spends working in a paid job per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of hours the subject spends working in a paid job per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many hours per week do you spend working in a job for which you get paid? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 168 hour
C07130 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Strangers conversation month indicator CHARTSFStrngrConvstnMoInd Indicator of how often the subject spoke to strangers in the last month, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Indicator of how often the subject spoke to strangers in the last month, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) With how many strangers have you initiated a conversation with in the last month (for example, to ask information or place an order)? 0;1;3;6 None;1-2;3-5;6 or more Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07120 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paid job occupation text CHARTSFPaidJbOccptnTxt Text of paid occupation the subject has, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Text of paid occupation the subject has, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Occupation: Alphanumeric

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points 255

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C07133 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Physical Independence Score CHARTSFPhysIndependScore Total physical independence score (0-100) Total physical independence score (0-100) Physical Independence Score Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07121 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Academic program week hour value CHARTSFAcadmcProgrmWkHrVal Number of hours the subject spends in school for a degree or other technical training program per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of hours the subject spends in school for a degree or other technical training program per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many hours per week do you spend in school working toward a degree or in an accredited technical training program (including hours in class and studying)? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 168 hour CHSF101A and CHSF201A
C07134 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Cognitive Independence Score CHARTSFCogIndependScore Total cognitive independence score (0-100) Total cognitive independence score (0-100) Cognitive Independence Score Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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C07122 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Home making week hour value CHARTSFHmMkngHrVal Number of hours the subject spends for home making activities per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of hours the subject spends for home making activities per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many hours per week do you spend in active homemaking including parenting, housekeeping, and food preparation? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 168 hour
C07135 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Mobility Score CHARTSFMobilityScore Total mobility score (0-100) Total mobility score (0-100) Mobility Score Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 100
C07112 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paid physical assistance hour value CHARTSFPaidPhysAssstncHrVal Number of paid physical assistance hours the subject receives in a typical day, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of paid physical assistance hours the subject receives in a typical day, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many hours in a typical 24-hour day do you have someone with you to provide physical assistance for personal care activities such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting and mobility? (hours paid assistance) Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 24 hour CHSF101A and CHSF201A
C07123 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Home improvement week hour value CHARTSFHmImprvmntWkHrVal Number of hours the subject spends for home maintenance activities per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of hours the subject spends for home maintenance activities per week, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many hours per week do you spend in home maintenance activities such as gardening, house repairs or home improvement? Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 168 hour
C07136 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) -Occupation Score CHARTSFOccupScore Total occupation score (0-100) Total occupation score (0-100) Occupation Score Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 100
C07113 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Unpaid physical assistance hour value CHARTSFUnpdPhysAssstncHrVal Number of unpaid physical assistance hours the subjects needs in a typical day, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) Number of unpaid physical assistance hours the subjects needs in a typical day, as part of the Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) How many hours in a typical 24-hour day do you have someone with you to provide physical assistance for personal care activities such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting and mobility? (hours unpaid - family, others) Numeric Values

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Whiteneck G, Charlifue S, Gerhart K, Overholser J, Richardson G. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1992;73:519-526. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-19 21:21:51.533 Craig Handicap and Assessment Reporting Technique (CHART-SF) - Paper version Quality of Life/Patient Reported Outcomes Outcomes and End Points

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0 24 hour CHSF101B and CHSF201B
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