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Adaptacao cultural e validacao da versao portuguesa Questionario Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey (MOS-SSS) [Cultural adaptation and validation of the Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey Questionnaire (MOS-SSS)].
Difference in the mix of patients among medical specialties and systems of care: Results from the medical outcomes study. JAMA, 267, 1617(12), 1617-1623.
The Medical Outcomes Study, a 36-item, Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36) originally proposed by Ware JE et al (8) consists of 36 items and were combined to measure eight health symptom dimensions namely: Physical Functioning (PF), Role Limitations due to Physical Health (Role-Physical, RP), Bodily Pain (BP), General Health Perceptions (GH), Vitality (VT), Social Functioning (SF), Role Limitations due to Emotional Problems (Role Emotional, RE) and Mental Health (MH).
General patient adherence with treatment regimen was measured by The Medical Outcomes Study (MOS) General Measures of Patient Adherence (Hays, 1994).
Baseline and one-year interviews identified subjects with functional decline, defined as a more than 5-point decline in the Medical Outcomes Study questionnaire "physical component" score or as being "too ill" to provide a follow-up interview at one year.
The Medical Outcomes Study Short Form Health Survey-12 (SF-12) is a 12-item self-report questionnaire that assesses symptoms, functioning, and health-related quality of life [23].
Psychosocial and physical functioning was assessed with the 36-item, self-administered Medical Outcomes Study Short Form General Health Survey (MOS SF-36).
The Medical Outcomes Study Short-Form 36-Item Health Survey, or SF-36, is the most widely used HRQL instrument in the world (Brazier, Harper, and Jones 1992).
Safran, D., Tarlov, A.R., and Rogers, W.: Primary Care Performance in Fee-for-service and Prepaid Health Care Systems: Results from the Medical Outcomes Study. JAMA 271(20):1579-1586, May 1994.
The median score for the physical role domain of the Medical Outcomes Study 36-item Short-Form General Health Survey (a health-related quality-of-life measure) increased from zero at three months to 25 at 12 months (score in the normal population, 84).
The Medical Outcomes Study short form 36-item questionnaire (SF-36) is widely used to measure health status.
(24) Their group examined data from the Medical Outcomes Study and compared patients with adult onset diabetes or hypertension treated either by general internists, specialists (cardiologists and endocrinologists), or family practitioners.

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