Myasthenia Gravis Quality of Life 15 Revised (MG-QoL15r) Score

Track Impact of MG on Quality of Life

Myasthenia Gravis Quality of Life 15 Revised (MG-QoL15r) Score

Track Impact of MG on Quality of Life

Myasthenia Gravis Quality of Life 15 Revised (MG-QoL15r) Score

Track Impact of MG on Quality of Life

Myasthenia Gravis Quality of Life 15 Revised (MG-QoL15r) Score

Track Impact of MG on Quality of Life

1.I am frustrated by my MG.
2.I have trouble with my eyes because of my MG (e.g., double vision).
3.I have trouble eating because of my MG.
4.I have limited my social activity because of my MG.
5.My MG limits my ability to enjoy hobbies and fun activities.
6.I have trouble performing my personal grooming needs due to my MG.
7.I have to make plans around my MG.
8.I am bothered by limitations in performing my work (including work at home) because of my MG.
9.I have difficulty speaking due to my MG.
10.I have lost some personal independence because of my MG (e.g., driving, shopping, running errands).
11.I am depressed about my MG.
12.I have trouble walking due to my MG.
13.I have trouble getting around public places because of my MG.
14.I feel overwhelmed by my MG.
15.I have trouble performing my personal grooming needs due to my MG.
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About this Calculator

The MG-QoL15r, revised in 2016, is quality-of-life patient survey tool for use in Myasthenia Gravis. The original MG-QoL has been previously validated. The revised version reworded three items and reduced the answer responses to three options (instead of five). Rasch analysis was used to evaluate an item's ability to differentiate between populations, i.e. mildly affected patients compared to severely affected patients. Patient reported tools are particularly important in Myasthenia given its fluctuating nature and subjective symptoms.

References

Burns TM, Sadjadi R, Utsugisawa K, Gwathmey KG, Joshi A, Jones S, Bril V, Barnett C, Guptill JT, Sanders DB, Hobson-Webb L, Juel VC, Massey J, Gable KL, Silvestri NJ, Wolfe G, Cutter G, Nagane Y, Murai H, Masuda M, Farrugia ME, Carmichael C, Birnbaum S, Hogrel JY, Nafissi S, Fatehi F, Ou C, Liu W, Conaway M.

International clinimetric evaluation of the MG-QOL15, resulting in slight revision and subsequent validation of the MG-QOL15r.

Muscle & Nerve 2016, 54 (6): 1015-1022.

1. I am frustrated by my MG.

Created by on 18/00/2020

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