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M. Bsv, Brief screening version of the Multidimensional Pain Inventory CMDQ fsw: Cornell Musculoskeletal Discomfort Questionnaire for standing worker CPG: Chronic Pain Grade

, General Practitioner GPS: Global Pain Scale McGPQ: McGill Pain Questionnaire MeSH: Medical Subject Headings MPSS: The Mainz Pain Staging System NMQ: Nordic Musculoskeletal Questionnaire NRS: Numerical Rating Scale PCP: S: Profile of Chronic Pain: Screen PRISMA: Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses SF-36, Ex NMQ: Extended version of the Nordic Musculoskeletal Questionnaire GP BPS: Short Form-36 Bodily Pain Subscale SF-McGPQ: Short Form McGill Pain Questionnaire SF-McGPQ 2: Short Form McGill Pain Questionnaire

C. Stiq-on, Structured Telephone Interviews Questionnaire on Chronic Pain UB-3-PEG: Ultra-Brief 3-item PEG VRS: Verbal Rating Scale WHYMPI

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, MeSH descriptor: [Pain Measurement] explode all trees and with qualifier(s): [Instrumentation -IS, Methods -MT, Statistics & numerical data -SN

, tourniquet pain test":ti,ab,kw or "nociception":ti,ab,kw or "McGill Pain Questionnaire":ti,ab,kw or, Visual Analog Pain Scale

, analgesia":ti,ab,kw or "formalin

, Reproducibility of Results] explode all trees #6 MeSH descriptor: [Sensitivity and Specificity] explode all trees #7 MeSH descriptor: [Predictive Value of Tests] explode all trees #8 MeSH descriptor: [Psychometrics] explode all trees #9 "Youden":ti,ab,kw or "Cronbach":ti,ab,kw or, #4 #1 or #2 or #3 #5 MeSH descriptor

, #10 #5 or #6 or #7 or #8 or #9 #11 methods:ti,ab,kw or techniques:ti,ab,kw or procedures:ti,ab,kw or methodology

#. #4, #. , #. Equation, and . N°,

, #1 Pain:ti,ab,kw and (Measurement*:ti,ab,kw or assessment*:ti,ab,kw)

, kw or questionnaire*:ti,ab,kw or scale*:ti,ab,kw #3 Tourniquet:ti,ab,kw or nociception:ti,ab,kw or McGill:ti,ab,kw or "visual analog":ti,ab,kw or "analog* pain":ti,ab,kw or analgesia:ti,ab,kw or formalin:ti,ab,kw or Dallas:ti,ab,kw #4 (method*:ti,ab,kw or technique*:ti,ab,kw or procedure*:ti,ab,kw or methodology*:ti,ab,kw), #2 Test*:ti,ab

, Sensitivity and Specificity":ti,ab,kw orPredictive Value of Tests":ti,ab,kw or Psychometrics:ti,ab,kw or Youden:ti,ab,kw or Cronbach:ti,ab,kw or Cohen:ti,ab,kw), #5

#. #2 and #. , , p.1427, 1008.

, Other Scales : Quality of life scales, behaviour scales, anxiety scales? 47, pp.529-530, 1011.

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