Adapted Symptom Distress Scale (ASDS) Form 2 - 1987
Rhodes, Verna A.
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The Adapted Symptom Distress Scale (ASDS) Form 2 is a 31-item, 5-point self-report tool that was developed by Rhodes and Watson from the ASDS Form 1. The ASDS Form 2 was designed with specific items that measure patient perceptions of distress, and occurrence, i.e. duration and/or severity/intensity of these 14 symptoms: nausea, vomiting, pain, eating, sleep, fatigue, bowel elimination, breathing, coughing, concentration, lacrimation, changes in body temperature, appearance, and restlessness.
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