Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire (SF-MPO-2)

Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire (SF-MPO-2)
Melzack Ronald; et al.‚ The SF-MPQ was developed in 1984 and revised in 2009
 
1.    Throbbing
2.    Shooting
3.    Stabbing
4.    Sharp
5.    Cramping
6.    Gnawing
7.    Hot-burning
8.    Aching
9.    Heavy
10.Tender _____ _____ _____
11.Splitting _____ _____ _____
12.Tiring-Exhausting_____ _____ _____
13.Sickening _____ _____ _____
14.Fearful _____ _____ _____
15.Cruel-Punishing
1.    Throbbing pain
2.    Shooting pain
3.    Stabbing pain
4.    Sharp pain
5.    Cramping pain
6.    Gnawing pain
7.    Hot-burning pain
8.    Aching pain
9.    Heavy pain
10.Tender
11.Splitting pain
12.Tiring-Exhausting pain
13.Sickening
14.Fearful
15.Punishing- Cruel
16.Electric- shock pain
17.Cold- freezing pain
18.Piercing
19.Pain caused by light touch
20.Latching
21.Tingling or ‘pins and needles
22.Numbness
Sensory 11 words and affective 4 words
 
continuous pain‚ α = 0.893; intermittent pain‚ α = 0.875; predominantly neuropathic pain‚ α = 0.917; affective descriptors‚ α = 0.857; and total score‚ α = 0.907.
 
 
0 = none‚ 1 = mild‚ 2 = moderate or 3 = severe.
0 = no pain‚ 1 = mild‚ 2 = discomforting‚ 3 = distressing‚ 4 = horrible‚ 5 = excruciating
None=0‚ 1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5‚ 6‚ 7‚ 8‚ 9‚ 10= worst possible
 

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