This is a list of all Disability related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Evaluates mobility in frail elderly patients through 7 functional tests.
This is a two-step screening method that evaluates balance and gait impairment to provide fall risk.
Predicts risk of falling based on personal fall history, mental status and other risk factors.
ODI assesses the degree of disability and impairment to daily activities caused by low back pain.
Assesses the functional impairment caused by upper limb disability and pain.
Evaluates functional status in patients diagnosed with disorders of the lower extremity, based on 20 activities.
Assesses functional impairment of the shoulder in patients diagnosed with painful conditions.
Evaluates the degree of perceived pain neck and the disability status.
Evaluates hip function, pain, mobility and daily activity impairment after hip replacement surgery.
Evaluates functional disability caused by pain or injuries based on given activities and the difficulty in performing them.
Predicts fall risk in geriatric patients and those suffering from Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis.
Evaluates how autoimmune AS symptoms such as pain and stiffness in articulations affect daily activities.
Evaluates quality of life and disease severity in different chronic conditions.
Evaluates disability associated with multiple sclerosis and can be used for symptom monitoring purposes.
Rates lower back pain based on the original RDQ, RDQ-23 and RDQ-18.
Assesses the level of cognitive ability in patients with traumatic brain injury, for disability and rehabilitation purposes.
Assesses fear of falling in elderly with increased fall risk.
Evaluates the impact of fatigue in patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or systemic lupus erythematosus.
Helps diagnose Systemic Lupus Erythematosus based on lupus nephritis, clinical and immunological symptoms.
Measures functional limitations and pain of the shoulder in a variety of conditions.