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62742-2PhenX - sleep disorders screener protocol 121001Trial

Status Information

Status
Trial

Term Description

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Sleep Patterns and Problems instrument is an interviewer-administered questionnaire which captures routine sleep schedule, sleep deprivation, morningness-eveningness, insomnia, narcolepsy, cataplexy and associated distress.
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Panel Hierarchy
Details for each LOINC in Panel LHC-Forms

LOINC Name R/O/C Cardinality Example UCUM Units
62742-2 PhenX - sleep disorders screener protocol 121001
Indent65547-2 Do you normally work (or attend school) during the day and sleep at night?
Indent65548-0 What is your normal work (or school) and sleep schedule?
Indent65549-8 What is your normal work (or school) and sleep schedule? Other, Describe
Indent65550-6 What shift schedule do you most often work?
Indent65933-4 Day [PhenX]
Indent65551-4 At what time do you usually go to bed?
Indent65552-2 About how many M does it usually take for you to fall asleep? min
Indent65554-8 How long does it take for you to become fully awake from regular sleep (i.e., after first opening your eyes in the morning)? {hh:min}
Indent65555-5 Do you use an alarm clock to wake up in the morning?
Indent65556-3 Do you have great difficulty waking up in the morning
Indent65557-1 Do you often have so much trouble waking up that an alarm clock won't wake you and you have to use other methods to wake up?
Indent65558-9 Describe
Indent65559-7 When you wake up in the morning or from a nap, do you feel "out of it" and confused?
Indent65560-5 How long does it take for you to fully awaken? {hh:min}
Indent65561-3 How much sleep do you usually get on a typical night? {hh:min}/{night}
Indent65562-1 Do you usually follow the same sleep schedule (i.e., no more than a 1 hour difference in sleep and wake times) on both work/school and non-work/school days? (or school days and weekends)
Indent65563-9 How many hours of sleep per night do you think you need to feel fully rested the next day? h/{night}
Indent65585-2 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working):..are these usual sleep and wake times always about the same (i.e. each day during a week of vacation)?
Indent65564-7 Do you feel awake and refreshed after sleeping?
Indent65566-2 How often do you take naps?
Indent65567-0 At what time(s) of the day do you usually take naps?
Indent65568-8 How many hours and minutes of sleep do you usually get when you take a nap? {hh:min}
Indent65569-6 Do you have great difficulty waking up from naps?
Indent65570-4 How often do you dream when you nap?
Indent65571-2 Are these dreams very intense, detailed and vivid, like watching a movie?
Indent65572-0 How difficult is it for you to adapt to a sleep loss of 3 hours or more (i.e. sleeping 3 or more hours less than you normally do the night before)?
Indent65564-7 Do you feel awake and refreshed after sleeping?
Indent65573-8 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your mood (being sadder or happier)?
Indent65578-7 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your mood (being sadder or happier)? (If yes, How?)
Indent65631-4 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your tendency to be irritable?
Indent65674-4 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your tendency to be irritable? (If yes, How?)
Indent65675-1 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your ability to get your work done?
Indent65676-9 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your ability to get your work done? (If yes, How?)
Indent65677-7 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...how much you eat?
Indent65678-5 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...how much you eat? (If yes, How?)
Indent65679-3 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your desire for chocolate or sweets?
Indent65680-1 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your desire for chocolate or sweets? (If yes, How?)
Indent65574-6 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your mood (being sadder or happier)? (If yes, How?) d;wk;mo;a
Indent65575-3 Do you prefer to keep a regular sleep schedule (i.e. one that does not change much from one night to the next)?
Indent65576-1 If you do not keep your regular sleep schedule, how much do you feel ""off"" (i.e. not your regular self), the next day?
Indent65577-9 When you are traveling EAST by air and you cross over several time zones, how quickly do you return to your usual sleeping pattern d
Indent65579-5 What about when you are traveling WEST by air over several time zones?
Indent65580-3 Do you consider yourself to be a morning person ("early bird"), an evening person ("night owl"), or neither?
Indent65581-1 How strong is your preference?
Indent65582-9 INTERVIEWER: Does respondent consistently fall asleep very late (i.e., 12 a.m. or later) at night AND characterize him/herself as a "night owl" with a "strong preference"?
Indent65583-7 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working): ...at what time do you usually go to sleep (i.e. feel sleepy and ready to go to bed)?
Indent65553-0 At what time do you usually wake up?
Indent65585-2 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working):..are these usual sleep and wake times always about the same (i.e. each day during a week of vacation)?
Indent65586-0 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working): ...do you wake up on your own (i.e., without an alarm or other assistance)?
Indent65587-8 Have you ever tried to force yourself to fall asleep at an (earlier) time than your usual bedtime?
Indent65565-4 How often do you remember your dreams? That is, dreams that occur during your regular sleep and not while napping
Indent65589-4 When you tried to shift your sleep schedule to an earlier bedtime (at least 1 to 2 hours earlier), did you have difficulty falling asleep
Indent65590-2 Do attempts to change your sleep/wake schedule tend to make your sleeping difficulties worse?
Indent65591-0 During the past year, what was the longest period of time that you had these sleeping problems on most nights? wk; mo; a
Indent65592-8 How old were you when you first began going to sleep very late without being able to adjust your schedule when you tried? a
Indent65593-6 How old were you the last time you experienced these problems? a
Indent65594-4 Do you currently experience these problems?
Indent65825-2 How much have your late bedtime and inability to adjust your schedule upset or distressed you?
Indent65826-0 What number describes how much this eveningness tendency has affected your social life and/or relationships with your friends?
Indent65827-8 What number describes how much this eveningness tendency has affected your relationships with family members?
Indent65828-6 What number describes how much this eveningness tendency has affected your performance in school/work or your relationships with your co-workers, employers, teachers or classmates?
Indent65595-1 Have you ever had frequent problems getting to sleep at the beginning of the night which has negatively affected how you function during the following day?
Indent65596-9 Have you ever had frequent problems staying asleep at night which has negatively affected how you function during the following day?
Indent65597-7 Have you ever had frequent problems falling back to sleep after waking in the middle of the night which has negatively affected how you function during the following day?
Indent65598-5 In the past year, have you had difficulty getting to sleep?
Indent65599-3 In the past year, have you awakened during the night and had a hard time getting back to sleep?
Indent65600-9 In the past year, have you awakened too early in the morning and couldn't get back to sleep?
Indent65591-0 During the past year, what was the longest period of time that you had these sleeping problems on most nights? wk; mo; a
Indent65682-7 Things experienced during the daytime due to difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep at night [PhenX] 1..10
Indent65683-5 Do you experience any of these things during the daytime due to your difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep at night [PhenX]
Indent65684-3 Do you do any of the following during the night when you cannot fall asleep, do you: Experience frustration, tension and/or anxiety over not being able to go to sleep?
Indent65601-7 Do you do any of the following during the night when you cannot fall asleep, do you: Look at the clock frequently to see how long you have not been able to fall asleep?
Indent65602-5 When you are NOT sleeping in your usual bed (e.g. in a hotel room while on vacation, or on your couch watching television), do you still have problems initially getting to sleep, staying asleep, or falling back to sleep after waking up during the night?
Indent65685-0 Events or conditions occurring at the same time as difficulty with insomnia [PhenX] 1..7
Indent65686-8 Does your difficulty with insomnia occur at the same time as any of these events or conditions [PhenX]
Indent65687-6 Other drugs or medications occurring with insomnia.
Indent65688-4 Changing schedule with insomnia
Indent65689-2 Noisy or uncomfortable surroundings occurring with insomnia
Indent65690-0 Stress or major life event occurring with insomnia
Indent65691-8 Other disturbances occurring with insomnia
Indent65692-6 Emotional or mental condition occurring with insomnia
Indent65693-4 Other medical condition occurring with insomnia
Indent65603-3 Do you ever have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, when there seems to be no cause or explanation for it?
Indent65604-1 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions...pregnancy?
Indent65605-8 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions ...menopause? (ask for women over 35)
Indent65606-6 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions...just before (a few days) menstruation?
Indent65607-4 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions ...menstruation?
Indent65608-2 How many separate times in your life have you had difficulty getting to sleep, staying asleep or falling back to sleep after waking up during the night (for at least one month)? {#}
Indent65609-0 How old were you when you first experienced this kind of difficulty with sleeping (for at least one month)? a
Indent65610-8 How old were you the last time you experienced this insomnia (for at least one month)? a
Indent65611-6 Do you currently experience insomnia?
Indent65612-4 How frequently do you experience insomnia? /wk
Indent66184-3 How much does your insomnia (sleep difficulties) upset or distress you?
Indent66185-0 What number describes how much your insomnia has affected your social life or relationships with your friends?
Indent66186-8 What number describes how much your insomnia has affected your relationships with family members?
Indent66187-6 What number describes how much your insomnia has affected your performance in school/work or your relationships with your co-workers, employers, teachers or classmates?
Indent65613-2 Do you feel so sleepy during the day that it interrupts your normal activities - such as driving, reading, or concentrating at work or school, even when you have had enough sleep the night before?
Indent65614-0 How often do you feel this way?
Indent65615-7 What is the longest period of time that you have felt this way (on most days)? wk; mo; a
Indent65617-3 During the daytime, do you experience an overwhelming desire to go to sleep - so overwhelming that you cannot resist?
Indent65616-5 How often does this overwhelming desire to go to sleep occur? d;wk;mo;a
Indent65618-1 What is the longest period of time that you have felt this way (on most days)? wk; mo; a
Indent65619-9 When you do doze off during the day and take a nap, do you find this sleep refreshing?
Indent65620-7 When you do doze off during the day and take a nap, do you find this sleep refreshing? Describe:
Indent65621-5 Do you feel that you are sleepier than other people your age?
Indent65622-3 Do you ever experience periods of muscle weakness, loss of muscle strength or limp muscles in any part of your body (e.g. in the legs or face) during the following situations: ...when you laugh?
Indent65623-1 Do you ever experience periods of muscle weakness, loss of muscle strength or limp muscles in any part of your body (e.g. in the legs or face) during the following situations: ...when you are angry?
Indent65624-9 Do you ever experience periods of muscle weakness, loss of muscle strength or limp muscles in any part of your body (e.g. in the legs or face) during the following situations: ...when you hear or tell a joke?
Indent65625-6 Have you ever been told that you "act out" your dreams?
Indent65626-4 How often does this happen?
Indent65627-2 Do you ever move so much during your sleep that you accidentally hit your bed partner (if any) or hurt yourself?
Indent65628-0 Do you have any memory of these event(s)?
Indent65629-8 Does moving at night disrupt your sleep? (i.e. wake you up at night)
Indent65630-6 During what part of the night do these events most often occur?

Fully-Specified Name

Component
PhenX - sleep disorders screener protocol 121001
Property
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Time
Pt
System
^Patient
Scale
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Method
PhenX

Additional Names

Short Name
Sleep disorders screener proto

Survey Question

Source
PX121001

Basic Attributes

Class
PANEL.PHENX
Type
Clinical
First Released
Version 2.36
Last Updated
Version 2.66
Change Reason
Updated the PhenX ID from "PhenX.<ID>" to "PX<ID>" in Survey Question Source field to align with the variable identifier used in the PhenX Toolkit.; Added the PhenX protocol ID to the Component to clearly define the protocol version for which this panel is based upon.
Panel Type
Panel

Reference Information

Type Source Reference
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures American Psychiatric Association (2000). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-IV-TR. Washington, DC: Author.
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures K R Merikangas, Branch Chief, Genetic Epidemiology Research Branch, National Institute of Mental Health

Member of these Panels

LOINC Long Common Name
62710-9 PhenX domain - Psychiatric

Language Variants Get Info

zh-CNChinese (China)
PhenX - 睡眠障碍筛查工具方案 121001:-:时间点:^患者:-:PhenX
it-ITItalian (Italy)
PhenX - disturbi del sonno, screener, protocollo:-:Pt:^Paziente:-:PhenX
ru-RURussian (Russian Federation)
PhenX - сна расстройства скринер протокол:-:ТчкВрм:^Пациент:-:PhenX
es-MXSpanish (Mexico)
PhenX - protocolo de evaluación de trastornos del sueño 121001:-:Punto temporal:^ Paciente:-:PhenX

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