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Name
Label/Question
1.

EQ5D VAS - current health rating today (0 - 100)

EQ5D VAS - current health rating today (0 - 100)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI2 Sensation Attribute Levels

HUI2 Sensation Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

3.

HUI2 Mobility Attribute Levels

HUI2 Mobility Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

4.

HUI2 Emotion Attribute Levels

HUI2 Emotion Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI2 Cognition Attribute Levels

HUI2 Cognition Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI2 Self-Care Attribute Levels

HUI2 Self-Care Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI2 Pain Attribute Levels

HUI2 Pain Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI3 Vision Attribute Levels

HUI3 Vision Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

9.

HUI3 Hearing Attribute Levels

HUI3 Hearing Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

10.

HUI3 Speech Attribute Levels

HUI3 Speech Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

11.

HUI3 Ambulation Attribute Levels

HUI3 Ambulation Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI3 Dexterity Attribute Levels

HUI3 Dexterity Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI3 Emotion Attribute Levels

HUI3 Emotion Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI3 Cognition Attribute Levels

HUI3 Cognition Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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HUI3 Pain Attribute Levels

HUI3 Pain Attribute Levels

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

16.

SF General self-rated health (This question asked first of all questions)

To begin, in general, would you say your health is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor?

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

17.

HALex limitation component

HALex limitation component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

18.

SF12 Physical Component Score (From SF-12V2TM as embedded in SF-36v2TM)

SF12 Physical Component Score (From SF-12V2TM as embedded in SF-36v2TM)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

19.

SF-12 Mental Component Score (From SF-12V2TM as embedded in SF-36v2TM)

SF-12 Mental Component Score (From SF-12V2TM as embedded in SF-36v2TM)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

20.

SF6d36 Physical Component

SF6d36 Physical Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

21.

SF6d36 Role Component

SF6d36 Role Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

22.

SF6d36 Mental Component

SF6d36 Mental Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

23.

SF6d36 Social Component

SF6d36 Social Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

24.

SF6d36 Pain Component

SF6d36 Pain Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

25.

SF6d36 Vitality Component

SF6d36 Vitality Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

26.

SF-36V2TM Physical Functioning Component

SF-36V2TM Physical Functioning Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

27.

SF-36V2TM Role-Physical Component

SF-36V2TM Role-Physical Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

28.

SF-36V2TM Bodily Pain Component

SF-36V2TM Bodily Pain Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

29.

SF-36V2TM General Health Component

SF-36V2TM General Health Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

30.

SF-36V2TM Vitality Component

SF-36V2TM Vitality Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

31.

SF-36V2TM Social Functioning Component (note: "a" suffix to distinguish from SF36, the 36th item on the SF-36V2TM quest)

SF-36V2TM Social Functioning Component (note: "A" suffix to distinguish from SF36, the 36th item on the SF-36V2TM questionnaire)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

32.

SF-36V2TM Role-Emotional Component

SF-36V2TM Role-Emotional Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

33.

SF-36V2TM Mental Health Component

SF-36V2TM Mental Health Component

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

34.

QWB-SA acute and chronic symptoms score (note: larger score = worse health)

QWB-SA acute and chronic symptoms score (note: larger score = worse health)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

35.

QWB-SA self-care and mobility score (note: larger score = worse health)

QWB-SA self-care and mobility score (note: larger score = worse health)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

36.

QWB-SA physical activity score (note: larger score = worse health)

QWB-SA physical activity score (note: larger score = worse health)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

37.

QWB-SA self-care and usual activity score (note: larger score = worse health)

QWB-SA self-care and usual activity score (note: larger score = worse health)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

38.

Household income category

Household income category

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

39.

Household asset category

Household asset category

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

40.

SF6 Score (From SF-12V2; computed here from SF-12V2TM

SF6 Score (From SF-12V2; computed here from SF-12V2TM

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

41.

Final post-stratified and trimmed person weight for weighted analyses; see weights

Final post-stratified and trimmed person weight for weighted analyses; see weights

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

42.

Telephone exchange stratum

Telephone exchange stratum

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

43.

Total number of sessions to complete interview

Total number of sessions to complete interview

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

44.

CENSUS REGION

CENSUS REGION

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

45.

ORDER SF-36V2TM (items SF-2 ... SF-36) RANDOMIZED AMONG THE

ORDER SF-36V2TM (items SF-2 ... SF-36) RANDOMIZED AMONG THE

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

46.

ORDER OF QWB-SA QUESTION BLOCK

ORDER OF QWB-SA QUESTION BLOCK

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

47.

ORDER OF EQ-5D QUESTION BLOCK

ORDER OF EQ-5D QUESTION BLOCK

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

48.

ORDER OF HUI QUESTION BLOCK

ORDER OF HUI QUESTION BLOCK

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

49.

SF Health compared to one year ago

Compared to one year ago, how would you rate your health in general now?

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

50.

SF Vigorous activities

The following questions are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities, and if so, does it limit you a lot, or a little? Does your health limit vigorous activities, such as running, lif... (view details)

Taken from: United States National Health Measurement Study, 2005-2006.

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