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EAPC - Algorithm for Evaluating Episodic (Breakthrough) Cancer Pain Mercadante S Radbruch L   The Working Group of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) used an algorithm to help identify the different types of breakthrough pain that can occur in a patient with terminal cancer. The type and intensity of pain being experienced can hel   Cancer   0.07  
Edinburg postnatal depression scale       0.099  
Edinburgh Coma Scales Sugiura K Kanazawa C Muraoka K   The Edinburgh Coma Scales were developed in Japan to evaluate patients with impaired consciousness. An initial coma scale developed in 1973 reportedly has been used by the Department of Surgical Neurology at the University of Edinburgh. This was modified   Neurosurgery   0.075  
Edmonton Staging System for Cancer Pain Bruera E Schoeller T   The Edmonton Staging System can be used to evaluate a patient with cancer-related pain. This can identify patients who may require greater efforts to achieve pain control or who may have poor pain control despite all interventions. The authors are from Ed   J Pain Symptom Management.   0.095  
EDSS Kurtzke JF. Haber A, LaRocca NG.   Kurtzke Expanded Disability Status Scale   Neurology   0.055  
Elderly Mobility Scale (EMS) unkown   Staff-completed ordinal scale measuring locomotion, balance (functional reach) and key position changes (sit to stand, lie to sit, sit to lie, stand with/without support) as prerequisites to more complex activities of daily living. Individual items are st   unkown   0.391  
Environmental Status Scale Grainger CV Cotter AC Stewart G Kidd D Thompson AJ.   The Environmental Status Scale (ESS) can be used to quickly evaluate a patient for handicap both initially and for monitoring over time. It was derived from a measure of socio-economic status   Arch Phys Med Rehabil.   0.129  
Equation of Moore and Garb for Predicting the Incidence Rate of Distal Upper Extremity Disorders form Occupational Exposure Moore JS Garg A.   Moore and Garb developed an equation to predict the incidence rate of distal upper extremity disorders in workers based on work conditions. This can help identify those workers who may benefit from occupational interventions to reduce risk. The authors ar   Am Ind Hyg Assoc J.   0.062  
Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) Kurtzke JF Haber A, LaRocca NG.   The FSS and EDSS constitute one of the oldest and probably the most widely utilized assessment instruments in MS (Kurtzke, 1983). Based on a standard neurological examination, the 7 functional systems (plus "other") are rated. These ratings are then used   Neurology   0.055  
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