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Panic Disorder

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IDLabelNCSRNLAASNSAL
V01262Problems during bad fear or panic episodePD1INTR1
V01263Problems during bad episode of short breath/heart race/dizzyPD1INTR2
V01264Problems during anxiety attack/thought losing mindPD1INTR3
V01265During attack-heart racingPD1APD1APD1A
V01266During attack-short of breathPD1BPD1BPD1B
V01267During attack-nausea/stomach discomfortPD1CPD1CPD1C
V01268During attack-feel dizzyPD1DPD1DPD1D
V01269During attack-sweatingPD1EPD1EPD1E
V01270During attack-trembling or shakingPD1FPD1FPD1F
V01271During attack-dry mouthPD1GPD1GPD1G
V01272During attack-felt you are chokingPD1HPD1HPD1H
V01273During attack-chest discomfortPD1IPD1IPD1I
V01274During attack-might lose control or go crazyPD1JPD1JPD1J
V01275During attack-felt you were not really therePD1KPD1KPD1K
V01276During attack-feel things around you unreal/dreamlikePD1LPD1LPD1L
V01277During attack-afraid of passing outPD1MPD1MPD1M
V01278During attack-afraid might diePD1NPD1NPD1N
V01279During attack-hot flushes or chillsPD1OPD1OPD1O
V01280During attack-numbness or tinglingPD1PPD1PPD1P
V01281INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD2PD2
V01282Attack symptoms began and reached peak within 10 minPD3PD3PD3
V01283# of sudden attacks in lifetimePD4PD4PD4
V01284INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD5PD5
V01285When did attack occurPD6PD6PD6
V01286Remember exact age at attackPD7PD7PD7
V01287Age at attackPD7APD7APD7A
V01288Estimate age at attack-computedPD7BPD7B
V01289Estimate age at attackPD7B1PD7B1PD7B1
V01290Attack before started schoolPD7B2PD7B2PD7B2
V01291Attack before teenagerPD7B3PD7B3PD7B3
V01292Situation in which attack occurredPD8PD8PD8
V01293Remember exact age of 1st attackPD9PD9PD9
V01294Age 1st attackPD9APD9APD9A
V01295Estimate age 1st attack-computedPD9BPD9B
V01296Estimate age 1st attackPD9B1PD9B1PD9B1
V012971st attack before started schoolPD9B2PD9B2PD9B2
V012981st attack before teenagerPD9B3PD9B3PD9B3
V01299DID R SAY YES TO SC20 or SC20a?PD0A
V01300Any attack in past yearPD10PD10PD10
V01301How recent in past year attack occurredPD10APD10APD10A
V01302# of weeks in past year had at least one attackPD10BPD10BPD10B
V01303Total # of attacks in past yearPD10CPD10CPD10C
V01304Age at last attackPD10DPD10DPD10D
V01305Largest number attacks in any single year PD11PD11PD11
V01306# of separate years at least had 1 attackPD12PD12PD12
V01307After attack, worried for month or more about another attackPD13APD13APD13A
V01308Worried for mth or more something terrible might happenPD13BPD13BPD13B
V01309Changed everyday activities for month or morePD13CPD13CPD13C*
V01310Avoided situations due to fear another attack for mth or morePD13DPD13DPD13D*
V01311INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD14PD14
V01312Age 1st mth of worry/change activities/avoid sits due to attackPD15PD15PD15
V01313Month of worry or change in activities in past 12 mthsPD16PD16PD16
V01314How recent the worry and change in activitiesPD16APD16APD16A
V01315# of months of worry or change in activities in past 12 mthsPD16BPD16BPD16B
V01316Frequency of worry in severe episode in past 12 mthsPD16CPD16CPD16C
V01317Severity of worry during severe episodePD16DPD16DPD16D
V01318Age last time had month of worry about attack PD16EPD16EPD16E
V01319Ever have attack occur unexpectedly out of bluePD17PD17PD17
V01320# of lifetime attacks occur unexpectedlyPD17APD17APD17A
V01321INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD17A_1
V01322# of lifetime attacks due to unreasonable fear of situationPD18PD18PD18
V01323# of lifetime attacks due to real dangerPD19PD19PD19
V01324INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD20PD20
V01325INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD20APD20A
V01326Age 1st out of blue attack-computedPD21PD21
V01327Age of 1st out of blue attackPD21B1PD21B1PD21B1*
V013281st sudden attack before started school, PD21B1PD21B2PD21B2PD21B2
V013291st sudden attack before teenager, PD21B1PD21B3PD21B3PD21B3
V01330Sudden attacks interfere w/ work/social life/relationshipsPD22PD22PD22
V01331INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD23PD23
V01332Sudden attack occurred while asleepPD24PD24PD24
V01333# sudden attacks occuring while asleepPD24APD24APD24A
V01334Sudden attacks ever due to physical illness or med/drug/alcPD25APD25APD25A
V01335All sudden attacks due to physical causesPD25BPD25BPD25B
V01336INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD33PD33
V01337INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD34PD34
V01338INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD35PD35
V01339# unexpected sudden attacks in past yearPD36PD36PD36
V01340INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD37PD37
V01341Age at last sudden attackPD37APD37APD37A
V01342# of weeks in past year had at least one sudden attackPD37BPD37BPD37B
V01343How recently in past year did attack occurPD38PD38PD38
V01344INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD39PD39
V01345Severity of emotional distress during attacks in last 12 mthsPD40PD40PD40
V01346Upset by physical sensations remind of attack in last 12 mthsPD41PD41PD41
V01347Severity of discomf from physical sensations in last 12 mthsPD41APD41APD41A
V01348Avoid situations caused physical sensation in past 12 mthsPD42PD42PD42
V01349Avoidance of situation interfered with work/social life/relationsPD43PD43PD43
V01350Worst month in past year-attack interfered with home mgmtPD44APD44A*PD44A
V01351Worst month in past year-attack interfered with workPD44BPD44B*PD44B*
V01352Worst month in past year-attack interf w/ form/maint relationsPD44CPD44C*PD44C*
V01353Worst month in past year-attack interfere with social lifePD44DPD44D*PD44D
V01354INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINTPD45PD45
V01355# of days in yr unable to carry out activities due to attackPD46PD46PD46
V01357Ever talked to professional about panic attacksPD50PD50
V01356Talked to professional about attacks in past 12 mthsPD50
V01358Talked to professional about panic attacks:1st mentionPD50_101
V01361Talked to professional about panic attacks:2nd mentionPD50_102
V01362Talked to professional about panic attacks:3rd mentionPD50_103
V01363Talked to professional about panic attacks:4th mentionPD50_104
V01364Talked to professional about panic attacks:5th mentionPD50_105
V01365Talked to professional about panic attacks:6th mentionPD50_106
V01366Talked to professional about panic attacks:7th mentionPD50_107
V01367Talked to professional about panic attacks:8th mentionPD50_108
V01368Talked to professional about panic attacks:9th mentionPD50_109
V01359Talked to professional about panic attacks:10th mentionPD50_110
V01370Age 1st see professional for attacksPD50APD50APD52
V01369Ever talk to doc or professional about panic attacksPD50A
V01371Tried to get professional help for panic attacksPD50B
V01372Reason didn't get help for attack-1st mentionPD50C1
V01373Reason didn't get help for attack-2nd mentionPD50C2
V013741st time see professional for attacksPD51
V01375Saw psychiatrist for attacksPD53A
V01376Saw mental health professional for attacksPD53B
V01377Saw family doctor for attacksPD53C
V01378Saw medical doctor for attacksPD53D
V01379Saw other health professional for attacksPD53E
V01380Saw religious or spiritual advisor for attacksPD53F
V01381Saw other healer for attacksPD53G
V01382Professional(s) were helpfulPD54
V01383Attack treatment received-1st mentionPD551
V01384Attack treatment received-2nd mentionPD552
V01385Attack treatment received-3rd mentionPD553
V01386Attack treatment received-4th mentionPD554
V01387# times hospitalized for attacksPD56B
V01388Received help from family/friends/acquaintances for attacksPD57
V01389Tried to get help from family/friends/acquaint for attacksPD57A
V09207Why not panic help from fam/friends-1st mentionPD57B1
V09208Why not panic help from fam/friends-2nd mentionPD57B2
V01390Received helpful/effective treatment for attackPD62PD62
V01391Age 1st got helpful treatment for attackPD62APD62A
V01392Total profs seen for panic incl helpful treatment docPD62BPD62B
V01393# professionals ever talk to about panic attacksPD62CPD62C
V01394Receive professional treatment for attacks in past 12 mthsPD64PD64
V01395Hospitalized overnight for attacksPD65PD65PD56
V01397Age 1st time hospitalized overnight for attacksPD65APD65APD56A*
V01396# close relatives ever had panic attacksPD65_1PD65_1

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