CDE Catalog

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The CDE Catalog is a directory of the available NINDS CDEs. Users can search the Catalog to isolate a subset of the CDEs (e.g., all stroke-specific CDEs, etc.), and to view and download details about the CDEs.

Select any filter below to search the CDE Catalog.

For best results, clear form between searches. In addition, when specifying NeuroRehab, Sport-Related Concussion (SRC) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) as the Disease, please select a Subdisease as well.

NeuroRehab Comprehensive includes all NeuroRehab CDE recommendations. NeuroRehab General includes all NeuroRehab CDE recommendations that are not disease specific. All other NeuroRehab Subdiseases include recommendations specific to existing NINDS CDE project disorders.

Choose your Time Frame for your SRC study (Acute (time of injury until 72 hours), Subacute (after 72 hours to 3 months), and Persistent/Chronic (3 months and greater post-concussion) or Comprehensive if your study falls across the study time frames.

Choose your type of TBI study (Acute Hospitalized, Concussion/Mild TBI, Moderate/Severe TBI: Rehabilitation, or Epidemiology) or Comprehensive if your study falls outside of the study types or incorporates aspects of more than one type of study.

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CDE ID CDE Name Definition Classification CRF Name Copyrighted or trademarked Disease Name Subdisease Name
C06007 SCI Classification sensory neurological level right result

Result of the most caudal segment of the spinal cord on the right side of the body with normal sensory function for pinprick and light touch

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Core Data Set Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06008 SCI Classification motor neurological level left result

Result of the lowest key muscle on the left side of the body that has a grade of at least 3, provided the key muscles represented by segments above that level are judged to be normal (grade 5)

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Core Data Set Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C19247 Subject ID

Subject identification ID

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Core Data Set Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C02411 Laterality type

Laterality type relative to the anatomic site of the body examined or affected

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06000 Site identifier number

Unique identification number given to the study site to distinguish the location where data is recorded

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06005 Data collected date and time

Date (and time, if applicable and known) the data were collected. This may be the date/time a particular examination or procedure was performed

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06056 Pain past seven day indicator

Indicator of the presence of any type of pain during the last 7 days, including today

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06057 Pain different problem number

Number of different pain problems an individual perceives that he or she has experienced during the last seven days including today. A "pain problem" is defined by the person himself as a pain that has a specific character

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06058 Pain problem grade

Grade for the pain problem that indicates whether the person is describing their worst pain problem, their second worst pain problem, or their third worst pain problem

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06059 Pain location anatomic site

Anatomic site on the body where the pain is experienced

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06060 Pain location indicator

Indicates if the participant experienced pain in the particular location described jointly by the laterality and anatomic site

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06061 Pain type

Type of pain present. Eight broad types of pain are specified based on the new SCI pain taxonomy that has been published and validated (Bryce TN, Biering-Sorensen F, Finnerup NB, Cardenas DD, Defrin R, Lundeberg T et al.
International spinal cord injury pain (ISCIP) classification: part I. Background and description. Spinal Cord 2012; 50: 413-417. and Bryce TN, Biering-Sorensen F, Finnerup NB, Cardenas DD, Defrin R, Ivan E et al.
International spinal cord injury pain (ISCIP) classification: part 2. Initial validation using vignettes. Spinal Cord 2012; 50: 404-412.)

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06062 Pain intensity average past week scale

Scale of the participant's/subject's pain intensity in the past week. A 0 - 10 Numerical Rating Scale (ranging from 0 = "No pain" to a maximum of 10 = "Pain as bad as you can imagine") of average pain intensity for the past week

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06063 Pain onset date

Date (and time, if applicable and known) the particular pain problem started

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06070 Pain interfere daily activity scale

Scale that evaluates to what extent pain has interfered with the participant's daily activities

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06071 Pain interfere mood scale

Scale that evaluates to what extent pain has interfered with the participants mood

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06072 Pain interfere sleep scale

Scale that evaluates to what extent pain has interfered with the participant's sleep

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C06073 Pain treatment indicator

Indicator for whether the participant is using or receiving any treatment for the pain experienced

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C19247 Subject ID

Subject identification ID

Supplemental-Highly Recommended International SCI Pain Basic Data Set Version 2.0 Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Cord Injury
C00710 Tobacco current use indicator

Indicator for whether the participant/subject regularly uses tobacco products (e.g., cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco or pipe) at the present time

Supplemental-Highly Recommended Behavioral History Friedreich's Ataxia Friedreich's Ataxia
C00713 Drug or substance current illicit use indicator

Indicator of participant's/subject's use of illegal drugs, prescription or over-the-counter drugs in the past year for purposes other than those for which they are meant to be used, or in large amounts

Supplemental-Highly Recommended Behavioral History Friedreich's Ataxia Friedreich's Ataxia
C01507 Blood pressure diastolic measurement

Measurement of pressure of the participant's/subject's blood against the artery walls during diastole (the relaxation phase) in millimeters of mercury (mmHg)

Supplemental-Highly Recommended Vital Signs Friedreich's Ataxia Friedreich's Ataxia
C01522 Height measurement

Measurement of participant's/subject's height

Supplemental-Highly Recommended Vital Signs Friedreich's Ataxia Friedreich's Ataxia
C01535 Respiratory rate

Rate of the participant/subject's breathing (inhalation and exhalation)

Supplemental-Highly Recommended Vital Signs Friedreich's Ataxia Friedreich's Ataxia
C01539 Temperature measurement

Measurement of the participant's/subject's body temperature

Supplemental-Highly Recommended Vital Signs Friedreich's Ataxia Friedreich's Ataxia
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