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Disability due to Inflammatory Bowel Disease Is Correlated with Drug Compliance, Disease Activity, and Quality of Life

Yoon JY, Shin JE, Park SH, Park DI, Cha JM

BACKGROUND/AIMS: The inflammatory bowel disease disability index (IBD-DI) was recently developed for IBD to assess the functional consequences and disease burden. We applied the IBD-DI to a Korean population and...
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The Influence of Vertebral Fracture on the Functional Disability of Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Cho SK, Lee JH, Han M, Lee S, Kim JY, Ryu JA, Choi YY, Bae SC, Sung YK

The aim of the present study was to identify the influence of vertebral fracture (VF) on the functional disability in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). This study consecutively enrolled 100...
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Responsiveness of the Korean Version of the Michigan Hand Outcomes Questionnaire after Carpal Tunnel Release

Wi SM, Gong HS, Bae KJ, Roh YH, Lee YH, Baek GH

BACKGROUND: The Korean version of the Michigan Hand Outcomes Questionnaire (K-MHQ) was recently validated; however, the questionnaire's responsiveness as well as the degree to which the instrument is sensitive to...
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Disability Intervention Model for Older Adults with Arthritis: An Integration of Theory of Symptom Management and Disablement Process Model

Shin SY

To evolve a management plan for rheumatoid arthritis, it is necessary to understand the patient's symptom experience and disablement process. This paper aims to introduce and critique two models as...
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Disability Weights for Cancers in Korea

Choi KS, Park JH, Lee KS

This study renewed the estimation of disability weights for cancers in Korea, reflecting the nation's economic and medical-technological development during the past 10 yr. Thirty-two medical doctors evaluated disability weights...
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Korean Brain Rehabilitation Registry for Rehabilitation of Persons with Brain Disorders: Annual Report in 2009

Yang SN, Park SW, Jung HY, Rah UW, Kim YH, Chun MH, Paik NJ, Yoo SD, Pyun SB, Kim MW, Lee SG, Park BK, Shin H, Shin YI, Lee H, Han TR

This first annual report provides a description of patients discharged from rehabilitation facilities in Korea based on secondary data analysis of Korean Brain Rehabilitation Registry V1.0 subscribed in 2009. The...
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A New Disability Rating Method according to the Job Using the Korean Academy of Medical Science Disability Guideline

Won JU, Yu JY, Kwon YJ, Kim Y, Rhie JB, Jeong IC

The purpose of this study was to develop a disability rating scale according to job classification using the Korean Academy of Medical Society (KAMS) guidelines. All jobs were categorized based...
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Responsiveness of the Korean Version of the Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand Questionnaire (K-DASH) after Carpal Tunnel Release

Jeon SH, Lee JH, Chung MS, Baek GH, Oh JH, Lee YH, Gong HS

BACKGROUND: The Korean version of the Disability of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand Questionnaire (K-DASH) was recently validated, but its responsiveness, which is the degree to which an instrument is...
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Psychometric Characteristics of the Korean Version of the Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire

Moon J, Kim YC, Park SY, Lee SC, Choi SP, Nahm FS, Lee PB, Goo EK, Kang JM

The aims of this study were; 1) to develop the final version of the Korean Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire (RDQ), and 2) to compare the responsiveness between the RDQ and the...
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Developing Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline for Rating the Impairment in Mental and Behavioral Disorders; A Comparative Study of KNPA's New Guidelines and AMA's 6th Guides

Ryu SG, Hong N, Jung HY, Hwang SC, Jung HY, Jeong D, Rah UW, Suh DS

Quantifying and rating the impairments due to mental and behavior disorders are difficult for their own characteristics. Korean Academy of Medical Sciences (KAMS) is developing guidelines of rating impairment in...
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Development of Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline-Rating the Impairment in Pain

Jang SH, Rah UW, Kim YC, Park YS, Jo D, Kim YC

Pain-related impairment assessment by the fifth edition of the American Medical Association Guides had many ambiguous points, and therefore, it was not applicable directly in Korea. Several disputable pain disorders...
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Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Pediatric Impairment Guideline for Brain Lesion

Jung HY, Ko TS, Kim HD, Yim SY, Kim MO, Hong SK

The permanent impairment evaluation for children in developmental stage is very difficult and it is even impossible in some cases. The impairment evaluation for developing children has not yet been...
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Development of Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline on the Skin and Related System: Impairment Evaluation of Disfigurement in Skin and Appearance

Kim WS, Moon KC, Park MC, Haw CR, Hong IP

The purpose of this study is to develop new standards for the disability evaluation with reference to existing laws and other study reports regarding disabilities for the rational evaluation of...
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Korean Guideline Development for the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment of the Spine: Proposal by the Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Committee

Kim YB, Lee SG, Park CW, Kim DJ, Park YK, Sung NJ, Ahn SH, Ahn JS, Shin HS, Lee BS, Kim JH, Jeon CH

The criteria for the evaluation of spinal impairment are diverse, complex, and have no standardized form. This makes it difficult and somewhat troublesome to accurately evaluate spinal impairment patients. A...
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Development of Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline Rating the Physical Impairment: Lower Extremities

Kim HC, Kim JS, Lee KH, Lee HS, Choi ES, Yu JY

Lower Extremities Committee of Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline for Impairment Rating develops new guidelines which are based on McBride method, American Medical Association Guides, Disability evaluation by The...
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Development of Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline for Rating Physical Disability of Upper Extremity

Park JH, Kim HC, Lee JH, Kim JS, Roh SY, Yi CH, Kang YK, Kwon BS

While the lower extremities support the weight and move the body, the upper extremities are essential for the activities of daily living, which require many detailed movements. Therefore, a disability...
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Development of Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline Rating the Physical Impairment; Kidney, Bladder, Urethra, Male and Female Reproductive Systems (Preliminary Report)

Yu JH, Kim SH, Sohn SH, Paik KH, Lee JZ, Kim JH, Park JK, Ryu KS, Jun JK, Cho YK, Chung JY

For the evaluation of the kidney impairment, serum creatinine concentrations or glomerular filtration rates are mainly used, and the conditions of solitary or transplanted kidney and chronic dialysis are also...
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Development of a Rating System for Digestive System Impairments: Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline

Baik SH, Lee KS, Jeong SY, Park YK, Kim HS, Lee DH, Oh HJ, Kim BC

A systematic and effective welfare system for people with digestive system impairments is required. In Korea, an objective and scientific rating guideline does not exist to judge the digestive system...
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Guideline of the Korean Academy of Medical Sciences for Assessing Respiratory Impairment

Kim HJ, Lee KY, Kim JT, Uh ST

The presently used impairment rating guidelines in Korea do not accurately reflect the injury in various lung diseases. Therefore, they need to be made more objective and quantitative with new...
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Development of Guideline for Rating the Physical Impairment of Otolaryngologic Field

Park CW, Do NY, Rha KS, Chung SM, Kwon YJ

We develop a guideline for rating the physical impairment of otolaryngologic fields. Assessment of hearing disturbance and tinnitus required physical examination, pure tone audiometry, speech audiometry, impedance audiometry, brainstem evoked...
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