CDE Detailed Report

Disease: Multiple Sclerosis
Sub-Domain: Performance Measures
CRF: Hauser Ambulation Index (AI)

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C14712 Hauser Ambulation Index grade HauserAmbulationIndex The graded numeric result from the Ambulation Index, a rating scale developed by Hauser et al (1983), to assess mobility by evaluating the time and degree of assistance required to walk a 25-foot course as quickly and safely as possible, with scores that range from 0 (asymptomatic) to 10 (bedridden). The graded numeric result from the Ambulation Index by Hauser et al (1983) to assess mobility. Hauser Ambulation Index 0;1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9 Asymptomatic, fully active;Walks normally, but reports fatigue that interferes with athletic or other demanding activities;Abnormal gait or episodic imbalance, gait disorder is noticed by family and friends, able to walk 25 feet (8 meters) in 10 seconds or less;Walks independently, able to walk 25 feet in 20 seconds or less;Requires unilateral support (cane or single crutch) to walk, walks 25 feet in 20 seconds or less;Requires bilateral support (canes, crutches, or walker) and walks 25 feet in 20 seconds or less, or requires unilateral support but needs more than 20 seconds to walk 25 feet;Requires bilateral support and more than 20 seconds to walk 25 feet, may use wheelchair* on occasion;Walking limited to several steps with bilateral support, unable to walk 25 feet, may use wheelchair* for most activities;Restricted to wheelchair, able to transfer self independently;Restricted to wheelchair, unable to transfer self independently Numeric Values

*The use of a wheelchair may be determined by lifestyle and motivation. It is expected that patients in Grade 7 will use a wheelchair more frequently then those in Grades 5 or 6. Assignment of a grade in the range of 5 to 7, however, is determined by the patient's ability to walk a given distance, and not by the extent to which the patient uses a wheelchair.

Hauser SL, Dawson DM, Lehrich JR, Beal MF, Kevy SV, Propper RD, Mills JA,Weiner HL. Intensive immunosuppression in progressive multiple sclerosis. A randomized, threearm study of high-dose intravenous cyclophosphamide, plasma exchange, and ACTH. N Engl J Med. 1983 Jan 27;308(4):173-80. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental 3.00 2013-06-11 00:00:00.0 Hauser Ambulation Index (AI) Performance Measures Outcomes and End Points

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