AIMS calc Final

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AIMS
Facial and Oral Movements:
1. Muscles of Facial Expression: [comment memo="e.g. movements of forehead, eyebrows periorbital area, cheeks, including frowning blinking, smiling, grimacing"] [checkbox name="MusclesofFacialExpression" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
2. Lips and Perioral Area:[comment memo="e.g., puckering, pouting, smacking"] [checkbox name="LipsandPerioralArea" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
3. Jaw: [comment memo="e.g. biting, clenching, chewing, mouth opening, lateral movement"] [checkbox name="Jaw" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
4. Tongue: [comment memo="Rate only increases in movement both in and out of mouth. NOT inability to sustain movement. Darting in and out of mouth."] [checkbox name="Tounge" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
Extremity Movements:
5. Upper (arms, wrists, hands, fingers): [comment memo="Include choreic movements (i.e., rapid, objectively purposeless, irregular, spontaneous) athetoid movements (i.e., slow, irregular, complex, serpentine). Do not include tremor (i.e., repetitive, regular, rhythmic)"] [checkbox name="Upper" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
6. Lower (legs, knees, ankles, toes): [comment memo="e.g., lateral knee movement, foot tapping, heel dropping, foot squirming, inversion and eversion of foot."] [checkbox name="Lower" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
Trunk Movements:
7. Neck, shoulders, hips: [comment memo="e.g., rocking, twisting, squirming, pelvic gyrations"] [checkbox name="Trunk" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
Global Judgments:
8. Overall severity of abnormal movements: [checkbox name="Overall" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
9. Incapacitation due to abnormal movements: [checkbox name="Incapacitation" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
10. Patient’s awareness of abnormal movements: [comment memo="Rate only patient’s report. No awareness=0. Aware, no distress=1. Aware, mild distress=2. Aware, moderate distress=3. Aware, severe distress=4."] [checkbox name="Awareness" value="0|1|2|3|4"]
Dental Status:
11. Current problems with teeth and/or dentures: [checkbox name="Teethproblems" value="Yes|No"]
12. Are dentures usually worn? [checkbox name="Dentures" value="No|Yes"]
13. Edentia? [checkbox name="Endentia" value="Yes|No"]
14. Do Movements Disappear in Sleep? [checkbox name="Sleep" value="Yes|No"]

AIMS TOTAL[calc value="Total= (MusclesofFacialExpression)+(LipsandPerioralArea)+(Jaw)+(Tounge)+(Upper)+(Lower)+(Overall)+(Awareness)+(Incapacitation)+(Trunk)"]
AIMS
Facial and Oral Movements:
1. Muscles of Facial Expression: e.g. movements of forehead, eyebrows periorbital area, cheeks, including frowning blinking, smiling, grimacing
2. Lips and Perioral Area:e.g., puckering, pouting, smacking
3. Jaw: e.g. biting, clenching, chewing, mouth opening, lateral movement
4. Tongue: Rate only increases in movement both in and out of mouth. NOT inability to sustain movement. Darting in and out of mouth.
Extremity Movements:
5. Upper (arms, wrists, hands, fingers): Include choreic movements (i.e., rapid, objectively purposeless, irregular, spontaneous) athetoid movements (i.e., slow, irregular, complex, serpentine). Do not include tremor (i.e., repetitive, regular, rhythmic)
6. Lower (legs, knees, ankles, toes): e.g., lateral knee movement, foot tapping, heel dropping, foot squirming, inversion and eversion of foot.
Trunk Movements:
7. Neck, shoulders, hips: e.g., rocking, twisting, squirming, pelvic gyrations
Global Judgments:
8. Overall severity of abnormal movements:
9. Incapacitation due to abnormal movements:
10. Patient’s awareness of abnormal movements: Rate only patient’s report. No awareness=0. Aware, no distress=1. Aware, mild distress=2. Aware, moderate distress=3. Aware, severe distress=4.
Dental Status:
11. Current problems with teeth and/or dentures:
12. Are dentures usually worn?
13. Edentia?
14. Do Movements Disappear in Sleep?

AIMS TOTALTotal= (MusclesofFacialExpression)+(LipsandPerioralArea)+(Jaw)+(Tounge)+(Upper)+(Lower)+(Overall)+(Awareness)+(Incapacitation)+(Trunk)

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