2 edition of Cornell medical index health questionnaire found in the catalog.
Cornell medical index health questionnaire
|Other titles||Further developments of the Cornell word form.|
|Statement||Keeve Brodman, Albert J. Erdmann, Jr., Harold G. Wolff.|
|Contributions||Erdmann, Albert J., Wolff, Harold G. 1898-1962., Cornell University. Medical College.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Patients should address specific medical concerns with their physicians. Although access to this page is not restricted, the information found here is intended for use by medical providers. This page was written by Scott Moses, MD, last revised on 8/16/ and last published on 4/3/ (19) The vitamin C intake of dentists and their spouses was determined from data on daily vitamin C consumption in a food-frequency questionnaire. The mean number of fatigue symptoms listed in answers to the seven questions comprising Section I of the Cornell Medical Index Health Questionnaire (CMI) was designated the fatigability score.
A study was made of the health status of persons who considered themselves free from disease. Multiphasic examinations carried out in 10, apparently healthy subjects showed that 92 % had either organic or functional disease. Malignancy was detected in 77 (%), and all those questioned about it Cited by: The Radimer/Cornell questionnaire was modified and used to assess the applicability, validity and reliability of such a measure in a culturally different context of urban households in Tehran. Factor analysis and Cronbach's α were used to assess validity and reliability, by:
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Symptom checklists are designed to elicit medical symptoms from which the health effects of the stress experience can be inferred. The Cornell Medical Index, one of the best known, is a self-report questionnaire in which the respondent is asked questions about the presence of symptoms Cornell medical index health questionnaire book each of 18 areas, including the nervous system.
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About this image. More Medical Center Archives. Our Affiliations. Patient Resource Center. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Cornell University. The Cornell Medical Index,* commonly called the GMI, is a well-established aid in taking a medical history which has been primarily used by the medical pro- fession.
It is composed of yes-no questions developed at the Cornell University Medical College in New York and was copyrighted in Cited by: The Cornell Medical Index (CMI) is out-of-print and no longer available.
If you have further questions concerning the CMI, please refer to a brief history of the Cornell Medical Index, or contact the Archives.
A health questionnaire asks series of questions of which the answers are interpreted to determine any disorder or problem with a person’s overall health.
A patient must always answer the questions with all honesty and of course, must input everything he/she knows about his/her health history including his/her family’s medical history.
"Cornell Medical Index-Health Questionnaire Manual" by K. Brodman, A. Erdmann and H. Wolff, Cornell University Medical College, New York,provides a questionnaire with 18 sections and questions to which the subject answers " yes " or " no ".
It was applied to railwaymen who reported to a railway doctor because of absence for a month on account of illness or for tests of Cited by: 2.
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Title(s): Cornell medical index-health questionnaire[by] Keeve Brodman, Albert J. Erdmann [and] Harold G. Wolff. Edition: Rev. Country of Publication: United. 3) Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) —a measure of sleep disorders and sleep quality; 4) Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9) —a short measure of depression; 5) Connor Davidson.
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Including some of the data from the Cornell Medical Index as well as even earlier hospitalization data (although cumulative response rates could be a problem) would permit an analysis linking five decades worth of information—a unique opportunity to explicate the processes by.
In the previous paper, we described our longitudinal studies on Vietnamese refugees, and examined their health and mental health statuses based on the administration of the Cornell Medical Index.* The results indicate that the refugees are at great risk of illness as they attempt to cope with a strange by: 2.
James A Kashanian, M.D., is an Assistant Professor of Urology and Reproductive Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and a Urologist at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell Campus. Dr Kashanian has a bachelors of science in Biomedical Engineering and received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA.
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J. Erdmann et al., "The Cornell Medical Index-Health Questionnaire V. Outpatient Admitting Department of a General Hospital," Journal of .Brodman, Keeve, A. J. Erdmann, and H. G. Wolff Cornell Medical Index Health Questionnaire Manual. New York: Cornell University Medical College.
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