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Epworth Sleepiness Scale
Rate the chance you Will doze off while:
1. Sitting and reading: [select name="Q1" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
2. Watching TV: [select name="Q2" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
3. Sitting in a public place:[select name="Q3" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
4. A passenger in a car: [select name="Q4" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
5. Lying down in the afternoon: [select name="Q5" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
6. Sitting and talking to someone: [select name="Q6" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
7. Sitting quietly after lunch without alcohol: [select name="Q7" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
8. While stopped in traffic for a few minutes: [select name="Q8" value="No chance (0 points)=0|Slight chance (1 point)=1|Moderate chance (2 points)=2|High chance (3 points)=3"]
SCORE:[calc value="score=(Q1)+(Q2)+(Q3)+(Q4)+(Q5)+(Q6)+(Q7)+(Q8)" memo="score"] out of 24 points
INTERPRETATION:[calc value="score=(Q1)+(Q2)+(Q3)+(Q4)+(Q5)+(Q6)+(Q7)+(Q8);score>15?'severe sleepiness - further evaluation recommended for significant daytime sleepiness':score>11?'moderate sleepiness - further evaluation recommended for significant daytime sleepiness':score>7?'mild sleepiness':'normal daytime alertness'" memo="interpretation"]
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references:
[link url="//www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1798888" memo="#1"] Johns (1991) Sleep 14(6): 540-5
[link url="//www.aafp.org/afp/2009/0301/p391.html" memo="#2"] Pagel (2009) Am Fam Physician 79(5):391-396
[link url="//www.fpnotebook.com/psych/exam/EpwrthSlpnsScl.htm" memo="#1"] FP Notebook Page
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Epworth Sleepiness Scale
Rate the chance you Will doze off while:
1. Sitting and reading:
2. Watching TV:
3. Sitting in a public place:
4. A passenger in a car:
5. Lying down in the afternoon:
6. Sitting and talking to someone:
7. Sitting quietly after lunch without alcohol:
8. While stopped in traffic for a few minutes:
SCORE:scorescore=(Q1)+(Q2)+(Q3)+(Q4)+(Q5)+(Q6)+(Q7)+(Q8) out of 24 points
INTERPRETATION:interpretationscore=(Q1)+(Q2)+(Q3)+(Q4)+(Q5)+(Q6)+(Q7)+(Q8);score>15?'severe sleepiness - further evaluation recommended for significant daytime sleepiness':score>11?'moderate sleepiness - further evaluation recommended for significant daytime sleepiness':score>7?'mild sleepiness':'normal daytime alertness'
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