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Table 3 Pain Interference and Fatigue conceptual frameworks and number of children with Crohn’s disease for whom each facet was eliciteda

From: Establishing the content validity of PROMIS Pediatric pain interference, fatigue, sleep disturbance, and sleep-related impairment measures in children with chronic kidney disease and Crohn’s disease

FacetsNo. Children Reporting
Pain Interference (impact of pain)
 Feelings of hurt24
 Standing9
 Walking15
 Running12
 Sleeping7
 Sports/exerciseb20
 Climbing stairsb0
 Sittingb4
 Sadness9
 Anger15
 Fun4
 Attention20
 Memory1
 Schoolwork7
 Thinkingb11
 School14
 Friendships21
 Family20
 General activities17
 Need for medicine0
Fatigue (experiences and impact of fatigue)
 Feelings of tiredness30
 Feelings of weakness8
 Sleeping18
 Sports/Exercise19
 Climbing stairs0
 Eating5
 Bathing/Showering0
 Energyb7
 Fun4
 Attention18
 Memory1
 Schoolwork15
 Friendships23
 Family5
 General activities16
 Performing tasks5
  1. aThe conceptual frameworks were based on the original item pool for the PROMIS measure. An b is used to denote that the facet was dropped from the item bank after psychometric evaluation of item and scale performance. Facets are listed with symptoms first, then impacts on physical, mental, social, and general functioning
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