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OVERACTIVE BLADDER QUESTIONNAIRE (OAB-Q SF 4-WEEK RECALL)

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OVERACTIVE BLADDER QUESTIONNAIRE (OAB-Q SF 4-WEEK RECALL)

Description and Context of Use
The OAB-Q family consists of OAB-q (long form), the OAB-q SF (short form) and the OAB awareness tool that measures both continent and incontinent symptoms of OAB and their impact on Health-Related Quality of Life.
Population age range
Adults (18+)
Number of items
19
Recall Period
The past 4 weeks
Response Scales
6-point Likert Scale
Administration Mode
Self-administered; Paper and pen; E-version
Administration Time
5-10 minutes
References
Coyne KS, Lai JS, Zyczynski T, Kopp Z, Avery K, Abrams P. An overactive bladder symptom and quality-of-life short form: development of the Overactive Bladder Questionnaire (OAB-q) short form (SF). Presented at the Joint Meeting of the International Continence Society and the International Urogynecological Association; August 23-27, 2004; Paris, France.
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English (US)
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