• Medicine
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    The European respiratory…
    1988

A scoring system on respiratory symptoms.

@article{Gulsvik1988ASS,
  title={A scoring system on respiratory symptoms.},
  author={Amund Gulsvik and Olav K{\aa}re Refvem},
  journal={The European respiratory journal},
  year={1988},
  volume={1 5},
  pages={
          428-32
        }
}
A method for quantitative recording of psychiatric symptoms has been modified for application to respiratory symptoms such as cough, attacks of breathlessness, wheezing and dyspnoea. The method was evaluated in a survey of 193 subjects without pulmonary disorders and 186 patients with pulmonary disorders. The average time taken to obtain scores for four symptoms was six minutes. Inconsistencies were few when the subjects selected statements about symptoms. Cough score discriminated between… CONTINUE READING

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