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Publication name Author Description Journal Size (Mb)
Scandinavian Stroke Scale unkown   Scandinavian Stroke Scale   Stroke   0.091  
SCRIPPS neurological rating in patients with Multiple Sclerosis Sipe JC Knobler RL   The Scripps Neurological Rating Scale (NRS) was developed for the clinical assessment of patients with multiple sclerosis. The authors are from the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla California   Neurology   0.191  
Self-Reported Neurological Disability in Multiple Sclerosis Verdier-Taillefer MH Roullet E   Patients with multiple sclerosis can assess their level of impairment using a self-reporting questionnaire giving 8 functional scores. The results correlate well with the Expanded Disability Status Score (EDSS)   Int J Epidemiology.   0.088  
Self-Reporting Screening Instrument to Predict Frailty Brody KK Johnson RE Ried LD.   Brody et al developed a self-reporting screening instrument to identify elderly patients likely to develop frailty (as defined as the need for being placed in a nursing home or receive long term home care) within 1 year. This can help identify older patie   The Gerontologist.   0.089  
SF-12 unkown   The SF-12 is a subset of the SF-36; the choice between the SF-12 and the SF-36 is a choice between more and less practical survey tools and between less and more information about health status and outcomes   unkown   1.231  
SF-36; Short Form 36; MOS 36 Ware JEJ, Sherbourne CD   Patient-completed health status measure, alone or with help. Comprises 8 dimensions of health status: physical functioning, role physical, bodily pain, general health, vitality, social functioning, role emotional, mental health, and health transition. Sco   Medical Care   0.181  
Sheffield Birth Score Carpenter RG Gardner A   The Sheffield Birth Score was developed by the Sheffield Intervention Programme which was intended to reduce the risk of unexpected infant death. This can be used to identify neonates at increased risk of unexpected death during the first year of life so   Lancet   0.126  
Short Musculoskeletal Function Assessment (SMFA) unkown   The Short Musculoskeletal Function Assessment Questionnaire (SMFA) is designed to measure the functional status of patients with a broad range of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders.   unkown   1.576  
Signals of Functional Impairment Index (SOFI) unkown   SOFI (Signals of Functional Impairment) aims to detect functional impairment of different joints in RA patients as early as possible. It comprises assessments of hand, arm and leg function   unkown   0.894  
Simple Shoulder Test (SST) unkown   Patient-completed questionnaire on shoulder function. Function based assessment tool of 12 questions requiring a yes/no response. There is no score derived or classification of results   unkown   0.013  
Sitting Assessment Scale unkown   Sitting Assessment Scale   unkown   0.539  
Specific Activity Scale for Functional Classification for Cardiovascular Disease (Goldman) Goldman L Hashimoto B   Goldman et al defined a Specific Activity Scale for the functional classification of patients with cardiovascular disease   Circulation   0.078  
St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ) unkown   Self-completed questionnaire for measuring impaired health and perceived quality of life. 76 items divided into three sections (symptoms, activity, and impacts), from which an empirically derived weighted single score is calculated. As the score is indepe   unkown   1.12  
Stanford Health Assesment Questionnaire Stanford   The Health Assessment Questionnaire (HAQ) was originally developed in 1978 by Fries et al. at Stanford University. It was one of the first self-report functional status (disability) measures and has become the dominant instrument in many disease areas, in   unkown   0.114  
Star Rating Scale for the Elderly Farquharson SM Gupta R   The Star Rating scale can be used to evaluate an elderly patient and her or his functional ability   J Royal Society Medicine   0.073  
Strain Index for Distal Upper Extremity Disorders Moore JS Garg A.   Moore and Garb developed the Strain Index to evaluate the risk of distal upper extremity disorders in occupational settings. This can help identify jobs that are likely to result in worker injury. The authors are from the Medical College and University of   Am Ind Hyg Assoc J.   0.109  
Stroke Specific Quality of Life Scale Williams LS, Weinberger M, Harris LE, Clark DO, Biller J.   Stroke Specific Quality of Life Scale (SS-QOL)   Stroke   0.169  
Supervision Rating Scale (SRS) Corwin Boake   Staff / carer-completed index rating level of supervision required. Thirteen ordinal divisions of independence grouped into five ranked levels of supervision. Patients are assigned one level on the scale according to their functional independence   unkown   0.01  
Survival Index in Low Birthweight Newborn Infants Carter RL Behnke M   The expected survival in a low birthweight neonate can be estimated from clinical findings shortly after birth. The survival estimate is intended to be more accurate than the Apgar score alon   Am J Perinatol.   0.079  
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