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First, the filter cart is populated asyncronously.  So, when you run a query, it may take a moment to populate but this will happen in the background so you can define other queries during this time.  

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Brief Pain Inventory

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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project subject_id
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY Required field
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sex String 20 Required Sex of the subject M;F M = Male; F = Female gender
version_form String 100 Recommended Form used/assessment name
bpi_q1 Integer Recommended Throughout our lives, most of us have had pain from time to time (such as minor headaches,sprains, and toothaches). Have you had pain other than these everyday kinds of pain today?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yes bpi_yn
bpi_q2_regions Integer Recommended Select all regions the subject indicated to have pain 1::16 1= Right Head; 2= Left Head; 3= Right Shoulder; 4= Left Shoulder; 5= Right Upper Arm; 6= Left Upper Arm; 7= Right Lower Arm; 8= Left Lower Arm; 9= Right Chest; 10= Left Chest; 11= Right Abdomen; 12= Left Abdomen; 13= Right Upper Leg; 14= Left Upper Leg; 15= Right Lower Leg; 16= Left Lower Leg
bpi_q2_regions_other String 500 Recommended Other regions
flash_pain_rateworst Integer Recommended Worst Rating in last 24 hours 0 :: 10; -5 0=0=No Pain; 1=1; 2=2; 3=3; 4=4; 5=5; 6=6; 7=7; 8=8; 9=9; 10=10=Severe Pain; -5=SKIPPED bpi_1, bpi_q3_worst
bpi_q4_least Integer Recommended Rate your pain at its least in the last 24 hours. 0::10 0= 0 None;10= Worst bpi_2
flash_pain_rateavg Integer Recommended Average Rating in last 24 hours 0 :: 10; -5 0=0=No Pain; 1=1; 2=2; 3=3; 4=4; 5=5; 6=6; 7=7; 8=8; 9=9; 10=10=Severe Pain; -5=SKIPPED bpi_3, bpi_q5_average
pssr13_17_01 Integer Recommended How would you rate your pain right now? bpi_4, bpi_q6_now
bpi_q7_treatments String 500 Recommended What treatments or medications are you receiving for your pain?
bpi_q8_relief Integer Recommended In the last 24 hours, how much relief have pain treatments or medications provided? Please circle the one percentage that most shows how much relief you have received. 0::10 0=0%; 10= 10%; 20= 20%; 30= 30%; 40= 40%; 50= 50%; 60= 60%; 70= 70%; 80= 80%; 90= 90%; 100= 100%
bpi_q9a_activity Integer Recommended How much does your pain interfere with: General Activity 0::10 0=Does not Interfere; 10=Completely Interferes bpi5a
bpi_q9b_mood Integer Recommended How much does your pain interfere with: Mood 0::10 0=Does not Interfere; 10=Completely Interferes bpi5b
bpi_q9c_walking Integer Recommended How much does your pain interfere with: Walking Ability 0::10 0=Does not Interfere; 10=Completely Interferes bpi5c
bpi_q9d_work Integer Recommended How much does your pain interfere with: Normal Work (includes both work outside the home and housework) 0::10 0=Does not Interfere; 10=Completely Interferes bpi5d
bpi_q9e_relations Integer Recommended How much does your pain interfere with: Relations with other people 0::10 0=Does not Interfere; 10=Completely Interferes bpi5e
bpi_q9f_sleep Integer Recommended How much does your pain interfere with: Sleep 0::10 0=Does not Interfere; 10=Completely Interferes bpi5f
bpi_q9g_life Integer Recommended How much does your pain interfere with: Enjoyment of life 0::10 0=Does not Interfere; 10=Completely Interferes bpi5g
time_assess String 20 Recommended Time of day the assessment was taken. Hour:minutes bpi_time
psychosis_demo3 Integer Recommended Marital Status: What is your current marital status? 1::4 1 = Presently Married (or in conjugal relationship) ; 2 = Widowed ; 3 = Divorced / Separated ; 4 = Never Married/Single
demo_p_part_grade_comp_2 String 20 Recommended Respondent highest grade completed:
degree_sp String 20 Recommended Specify other type of college degree
spc_ptcu String 255 Recommended Specify Occupation and Size of Business- Patient current
demo_partner_occupation String 100 Recommended Spouse/partner Occupation
employcur Integer Recommended current employment status 1::12;-7 1=Full time; 2=Part time for pay; 3=Homemaker; 4=Incarcerated; 5=Disabled; 6=Leave of absence; 7=Unemployed; 8=Retired; 9=Other; 10=Student; 11=Volunteer; -7=Refused; 12 = Maternity leave
bpi_16 Integer Recommended How long has it been since you first learned your diagnosis? (in months)
bpi_17 Integer Recommended Have you ever had pain due to your present disease? 1::3 1= Yes; 2= No; 3= Uncertain
bpi_18 Integer Recommended When you first received your diagnosis, was pain one of your symptoms? 1::3 1= Yes; 2= No; 3= Uncertain
mh_surg Integer Recommended Have you recently (within last month) had surgery 0; 1 0=No; 1=Yes
bpi_20 String 50 Recommended If you have had surgery in the past month, what kind?
bpi_21 Integer Recommended Did you take pain medications in the last 7 days? 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_22 Integer Recommended I feel I have some form of pain now that requires medication each and every day 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_23 String 20 Recommended On the diagram, put an x on the area that hurts the most
bpi_24 String 200 Recommended What kinds of things make your pain feel better?
bpi_25 String 200 Recommended What kinds of things make your pain feel worse?
bpi_26 Integer Recommended In the last week, how much relief have pain treatments or medications provided? Please circle the one percentage that most shows how much relief you have received. 0::10 0=0%; 10= 10%; 20= 20%; 30= 30%; 40= 40%; 50= 50%; 60= 60%; 70= 70%; 80= 80%; 90= 90%; 100= 100%
bpi_27 Integer Recommended If you take pain medication, how many hours does it take before the pain returns 1::8 1= Pain medication doesn't help at all; 2= One hour; 3= Two hours; 4= Three hours; 5= Four Hours; 6= Five to Twelve Hours; 7= More than Twelve Hours; 8= I do not take pain medication
bpi_28 Integer Recommended I believe my pain is due to: The effects of treatment (for example, medication, surgery, radiation, prosthetic device). 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_29 Integer Recommended I believe my pain is due to: My primary disease (meaning the disease currently being treated and evaluated) 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_30 Integer Recommended I believe my pain is due to: A medical condition unrelated to my primary disease (for example, arthritis) 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_31 String 200 Recommended Describe medical condition unrealted to primary disease
bpi_32 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Aching 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_33 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Throbbing 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_34 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Shooting 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_35 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Stabbing 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_36 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Gnawing 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_37 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Sharp 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_38 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Tender 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_39 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Burning 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_40 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Exhausting 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_41 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Tiring 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_42 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Penetrating 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_43 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Nagging 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_44 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Numb 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_45 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Miserable 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_46 Integer Recommended Type of Pain: Unbearable 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_47 Integer Recommended I prefer to take my pain medicine 1::3 1= On a regular basis; 2= Only when necessary; 3= Do not take pain medicine
bpi_48 Integer Recommended I take my pain medicine (in a 24 hour period): 1::5 1= Not every day; 2= 1 to 2 times per day; 3= 3 to 4 times per day; 4= 5 to 6 times per day; 5= More than 6 times per day
bpi_49 Integer Recommended Do you feel you need a stronger type of pain medication? 1::3 1= Yes; 2= No; 3= Uncertain
bpi_50 Integer Recommended Do you feel you need to take more of the pain medication than your doctor has prescribed? 1::3 1= Yes; 2= No; 3= Uncertain
bpi_51 Integer Recommended Are you concerned that you use too much pain medicaiton? 1::3 1= Yes; 2= No; 3= Uncertain
bpi_52 String 200 Recommended If you are concerned, explain why
bpi_53 Integer Recommended Are you having problems with side effects from your pain medication? 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_54 String 50 Recommended Explain side effects from pain medication
bpi_55 Integer Recommended Do you feel you need to receive further information about your pain medication 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_56 Integer Recommended Other methods I use to relieve my pain include: Warm Compress 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_57 Integer Recommended Other methods I use to relieve my pain include: Cold Compress 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_58 Integer Recommended Other methods I use to relieve my pain include: Distraction 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_59 Integer Recommended Other methods I use to relieve my pain include: Relaxation Techniques 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_60 Integer Recommended Other methods I use to relieve my pain include: Biofeedback 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_61 Integer Recommended Other methods I use to relieve my pain include: Hypnosis 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_62 Integer Recommended Other methods I use to relieve my pain include: Other 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
bpi_63 String 50 Recommended Specify other method used to releive pain
bpi_64 String 200 Recommended Medications not prescribed by my doctor include:
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  • Description: A basic description
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