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Medications List

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Psychopharmacological Treatment of Autism Questionnaire. Medications List

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectid
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldtdate
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age 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.
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
hyper_medString255RecommendedMedication(s) for hyperactivity, impulsivity, attention
hyper_med_takenIntegerRecommendedHyperactivity medication taken in the last month0;10=No; 1=Yes
ritbeh_medString255RecommendedRitualistic behavior, obsessive compulsive and perseverative behaviors; medication(s)
ritbeh_takenIntegerRecommendedRitualistic behavior medication(s) taken in the last month0;10=No; 1=Yes
stermov_medString255RecommendedStereotypic movements, motor or vocal tics; medication(s)
stermov_med_takenIntegerRecommendedStereotypic movements, motor or vocal tics medication(s) taken in the last month0;10=No; 1=Yes
anxiety_medString255RecommendedAnxiety medication(s)
anx_med_takenIntegerRecommendedAnxiety medication(s) taken in the last month0;10=No;1=Yes
agrr_medString255RecommendedAggression/impulsivity medication(s)
agrr_med_takenIntegerRecommendedAggression/impulsivity medication(s) taken in the last month0;10=No;1=Yes
dqpa1IntegerRecommendedPresence or absence of 1 or more of the listed drugs0;11= presence, 0 = absencenomed
medication1_nameString500RecommendedName first medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedantichol1_name, antipsychotic1_name, med1, other1_name, psychotropic1_name
medication1_dosageString50RecommendedFirst medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingantichol1_dose, antipsychotic1_dose, other1_dose, psychotropic1_dose, w1m1
medication2_nameString200RecommendedName second medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedantichol2_name, antipsychotic2_name, med2, other2_name, psychotropic2_name
medication2_dosageString50RecommendedSecond medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingantichol2_dose, antipsychotic2_dose, other2_dose, psychotropic2_dose, w1m2
medication3_nameString150RecommendedName third medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedantichol3_name, antipsychotic3_name, med3, other3_name, psychotropic3_name
medication3_dosageString50RecommendedThird medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingantichol3_dose, antipsychotic3_dose, other3_dose, psychotropic3_dose, w1m3
medication4_nameString100RecommendedName fourth medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedantichol4_name, antipsychotic4_name, med4, other4_name, psychotropic4_name
medication4_dosageString50RecommendedFourth medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingantichol4_dose, antipsychotic4_dose, other4_dose, psychotropic4_dose, w1m4
medication5_nameString500RecommendedName fifth medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedantichol5_name, antipsychotic5_name, med5, other5_name, psychotropic5_name
medication5_dosageString50RecommendedFifth medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingantichol5_dose, antipsychotic5_dose, other5_dose, psychotropic5_dose, w1m5
medication6_nameString500RecommendedName sixth medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedmed6, other6_name, psychotropic6_name
medication6_dosageString50RecommendedSixth medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingother6_dose, psychotropic6_dose, w1m6
medication7_nameString100RecommendedName seventh medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedmed7, other7_name
medication7_dosageString50RecommendedSeventh medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingother7_dose, w1m7
medication8_nameString100RecommendedName eighth medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skippedmed8, other8_name
medication8_dosageString50RecommendedEighth medication dosage0 = No medication; 999 = Missingother8_dose, w1m8
medication9_nameString100RecommendedName ninth medication that the participant has takenmed9, other9_name
medication9_dosageString50RecommendedNinth medication dosageother9_dose, w1m9
medication_10_nameString50Recommendedspecify med 10med10, other10_name
medication10_dosageString50RecommendedTenth medication dosageother10_dose, w1m10
siteString101RecommendedSiteStudy Site
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baseline
respondIntegerRecommendedRespondent1::5;9991 = Parent; 2 = Teacher; 3=Self; 4= Other; 5= Significant other; 999 = Not availableporc
num_medsIntegerRecommendedNumber of medicationsendmed
drug_classIntegerRecommendedDrug Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Otherdrugclass
medication_dosageFloatRecommendedDosage/quantity of medicationdrugdose
cmd008_1IntegerRecommendedMedication Frequency1::7; -91=Daily/once a day; 2=BID. 2x/day; 3=TID, 3x/day; 4=QID, 4x/day; 5=QHS, every night; 6=PRN, as needed; 7=Other (specify); -9=Unknowntiming
bsimoFloatRecommendedMonths from Time 0 to assessmentmonfol
intstartDateRecommendedintake start dateidate
visnumFloatRecommendedNumeric Visit Number-1.5 = Pre-Screening; -1 = Screening; 0 = Baseline; ## = Visit ## (from 1 to 10); Whole numbers = standard monthly visits; #.001 - #.009 = Unscheduled; #.1 = End of Phase 1; #.2 = End of Phase 2; #.3 = End of Phase 3; #.4 = End of Open Choice Phase; #.5 = End of Study; #.6 = Genetic Analysis; 1000=all visits
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14weekst0
other1_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 1 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknownantichol1_code, antipsychotic1_code, psychotropic1_code
other1_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 1 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other2_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 2 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknownantichol2_code, antipsychotic2_code, psychotropics2_code
other2_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 2 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other3_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 3 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknownantichol3_code, antipsychotic3_code, psychotropic3_code
other3_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 3 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other4_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 4 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknownantichol4_code, antipsychotic4_code, psychotropic4_code
other4_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 4 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other5_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 5 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknownantichol5_code, antipsychotic5_code, psychotropic5_code
other5_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 5 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other6_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 6 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknownpsychotropic6_code
other6_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 6 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other7_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 7 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknown
other7_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 7 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other8_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 8 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknown
other8_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 8 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other9_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 9 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknown
other9_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 9 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
other10_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 10 Code0::1000; 888; 999888= None; 999 = Unknown
other10_new_codeIntegerRecommendedOther Drug 10 New Code1::5; 9991=To address symptoms; 2=Replace med; 3= Address side effects of current meds; 4=To avoid withdrawal symptoms from past med; 5=Medication study; 999 = Don't know
ssq2kIntegerRecommendedAny other med0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
med_class_1IntegerRecommendedMed 1 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_2IntegerRecommendedMed 2 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_3IntegerRecommendedMed 3 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_4IntegerRecommendedMed 4 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_5IntegerRecommendedMed 5 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_6IntegerRecommendedMed 6 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_7IntegerRecommendedMed 7 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_8IntegerRecommendedMed 8 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_9IntegerRecommendedMed 9 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_10IntegerRecommendedMed 10 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_11IntegerRecommendedMed 11 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_12IntegerRecommendedMed 12 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_13IntegerRecommendedMed 13 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_14IntegerRecommendedMed 14 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_15IntegerRecommendedMed 15 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
med_class_16IntegerRecommendedMed 16 Class1::61= Antidepressants;2= Mood Stabilizers;3= Sedatives;4= Antipsychotics;5= Stimulants;6= Other
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