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Fever Assessment

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Fever Assessment as defined by Dr. Gang Yao at the University of Missouri

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
feverfrequencyIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child develop a fever (i.e. temperature > 101 °F)1;2;31 = Rarely (< 4 times/year); 2 = Sometimes (5-8 times/year); 3 = Often (> 12 times/year)
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.
feverfreqcomparisonIntegerRecommendedHow does the Child's fever frequency compare with his/her siblings or friends' children?1;2;31 = Less often; 2 = About the same; 3 = More often
worrymorefeverIntegerRequiredDo the parents worry the Child gets more fevers than "normal" for his/her age?0;1;2;9990 = No; 1 = Yes; 2 = Unsure
fever_when_earinfectionString6Recommendedfever when ear infectionTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_coldString6RecommendedFever when having ColdTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_pneumoniaString6RecommendedFeve when having PneumoniaTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_sinusitisString6RecommendedFever when having SinusitisTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_fluString6RecommendedFever when having FluTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_gi_infectionString6RecommendedFever when having GI_InfectionTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_ill_jointString6RecommendedFeve when having ill_JointTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_ill_muscleString6RecommendedFever when having ill_MuscleTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_virusinfectionString6RecommendedFever when having VirusInfectionTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_baterialinfectionString6RecommendedFever when having BaterialInfectionTRUE;FALSE
fever_when_otherdisorderString6RecommendedFever when having Other DisordersTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_sorethroatString6RecommendedFever_with_SoreThroatTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_congestionString6RecommendedFever_with_CongestionTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_headacheString6RecommendedFever_with_HeadacheTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_coughingString6RecommendedFever_with_CoughingTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_sneezingString6RecommendedFever_with_SneezingTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_vomitingString6RecommendedFever_with_VomitingTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_diarrheaString6RecommendedFever_with_DiarrheaTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_noteatingString6RecommendedFever_with_NotEatingTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_notdrinkingString6RecommendedFever_with_NotDrinkingTRUE;FALSE
fever_with_nospecificsymptomString6RecommendedFever_with_NoSpecificSymptomTRUE;FALSE
fever_of_hotweatherString6Recommendedoverheating due to hot weatherTRUE;FALSE
fever_of_heavyexerciseString6Recommendedoverheating due to heavy exerciseTRUE;FALSE
fever_of_hottubString6Recommendedoverheating due to hot tubTRUE;FALSE
fever_of_othersString6Recommendedoverheating due to other none illness issuesTRUE;FALSE
fever_not_ill_detailsString200RecommendedDetails about none illness issues when the Child has gotten a fever
fever_med_acetomeniphenIntegerRecommendedHow does the Child use Acetomeniphen1;2;3;41 = Only use this; 2 = First choice; 3 = Use if other medication doesn't bring down fever; 4 = Rarely or never use
fever_med_ibuprofenIntegerRecommendedHow does the Child use Ibuprofen1;2;3;41 = Only use this; 2 = First choice; 3 = Use if other medication doesn't bring down fever; 4 = Rarely or never use
fever_med_aspirinIntegerRecommendedHow does the Child use Aspirin1;2;3;41 = Only use this; 2 = First choice; 3 = Use if other medication doesn't bring down fever; 4 = Rarely or never use
fever_med_othersIntegerRecommendedHow does the Child use other meds1;2;3;41 = Only use this; 2 = First choice; 3 = Use if other medication doesn't bring down fever; 4 = Rarely or never use
fever_med_other_detailString200Recommendeddetails of other meds used
med_when_firstsickString6Recommendedgive anti fever med when first seems sickTRUE;FALSE
med_when_warmString6Recommendedgive anti fever med when warm to touchTRUE;FALSE
med_when_98_6String6Recommendedgive anti fever med at 98.6 degTRUE;FALSE
med_when_100String6Recommendedgive anti fever med at 100 degTRUE;FALSE
med_when_101String6Recommendedgive anti fever med at 101 degTRUE;FALSE
med_when_102String6Recommendedgive anti fever med at 102 degTRUE;FALSE
med_when_otherString6Recommendedgive anti fever med at other conditioinsTRUE;FALSE
med_when_other_detailsString200Recommendeddetails when given anti fever meds
behaviorimprovewithfeverIntegerRecommendedDo the Child's behavioral symptoms ever improve with a fever?1;2;31 = Yes; 2 = No; 3 = Unsure
improve_from_feverIntegerRecommendedImproved by which fever?1;2;3;4;5;6;71 = All fevers; 2 = High >104 °F; 3 = Medium 101-103 °F; 4 = Low < 101 °F; 5 = Minor illnesses like colds; 6 = Major illnesses like pneumonia; 7 = Fevers not related to illnesses
fever_improve_detailsString255RecommendedDetails/Examples
socialinteractbetterString6RecommendedDo social interactions better with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_social_changeIntegerRecommendedwhen do the parents first see the social interaction changes?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_social_changeString50RecommendedHow long do the social interaction changes last?Estimate in minutes, hours or days
fever_improve_rep_behString6RecommendedDo repetitive behaviors less with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_rep_changeIntegerRecommendedWhen do the parents first see the repetitive behavior changes?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_rep_changeString50RecommendedHow long do the repetitive behavior changes last?
fever_improve_temperString6RecommendedDoes temper outburst less with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_temper_changeIntegerRecommendedWhen do the parents first see the temper changes?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_temper_changeString50RecommendedHow long do the temper changes last?
fever_improve_compianceString6RecommendedDose compliance better with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_compliance_changeIntegerRecommendedWhen do the parents first see the compliance changes?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_compliance_changeString50RecommendedHow long do the compliance changes last?
fever_improve_quieterString6RecommendedWas the Child quieter with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_quieterIntegerRecommendedWhen do the parents first see the "quieter" changes?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_quieterString50RecommendedHow long do the "quieter" changes last?
fever_reduce_hyperactiveString6RecommendedIs the Child less hyperactive, Slow down - Not running back & forth with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_less_hyperactiveIntegerRecommendedWhen dose the child become less hyperactive?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_less_hyperactiveString50RecommendedHow long dose ethe child keep being less hyperactive?
fever_inc_hyperactiveString6RecommendedIs the Child more hyperactive with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_more_hyperactiveIntegerRecommendedWhen does the child become more hyperactive?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
due_of_more_hyperactiveString50RecommendedHow long does the child keep being more hyperactive?
fever_improve_listenString6RecommendedDoes the Child listen better with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_better_listenIntegerRecommendedWhen does the child improve listen?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_better_listenString50RecommendedHow long does the child improve listen?
fever_improve_speechString6RecommendedDoes the Child speak better with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_better_speechIntegerRecommendedWhen dose the child improve speech?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_better_speechString50RecommendedHow long does the child improve speech?
fever_improve_calmString6RecommendedIs the Child calmer with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_calmerIntegerRecommendedWhen does the child become calmer?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_calmerString50RecommendedHow long dose the child keep calmer?
fever_less_irritableString6RecommendedIs the Child less irritable with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_less_irritableIntegerRecommendedWhen dose the child become less irritable?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_less_irritableString50RecommendedHow long dose the child keep being less irritable?
fever_lethargy_moreString6RecommendedIs the Child lethargy more with fever?TRUE;FALSE
time_of_lethargy_moreIntegerRecommendedWhen dose the child become more lethargy?1;2;3;4;51 = First sign of illness; 2 = Height of fever; 3 = As fever is subsiding; 4 = 1 day post fever; 5 = 2 days post fever
dur_of_lethargy_moreString50RecommendedHow long dose the child become more lethargy?
fever_always_changeString6RecommendedHave the changes described above always occurred?TRUE;FALSE
fever_change_at_youngString6RecommendedFever effects occurred when he/she was younger but not nowTRUE;FALSE
fever_change_someString6RecommendedChanges occurred with some fevers but not allTRUE;FALSE
fever_change_few_timesString6RecommendedChanges occurred a few timesTRUE;FALSE
med_on_fever_changeString6RecommendedDoes giving anti-fever medications influence the changes noted?TRUE;FALSE
med_on_fever_detailsString255RecommendedDescribe the influence of anti-fever medications on the changes.
fever_other_factorsString6RecommendedOther factors:Does the parent think other factors caused / partially caused / or stopped the changes?TRUE;FALSE
age_fever_changeString6RecommendedIf Yes, It is Age?TRUE;FALSE
diet_fever_changeString6RecommendedIf Yes, Are they Diets?TRUE;FALSE
anesthetics_fever_changeString6RecommendedIf Yes, Are they Anesthetics?TRUE;FALSE
others_fever_changeString6RecommendedIf Yes, Are they Other factors?TRUE;FALSE
others_fever_change_detailsString255RecommendedDetails/Examples
regress_from_feverString6RecommendedHas the Child ever regressed or loss language, social or other skills related to a fever?TRUE;FALSE
control_impr_lang_feverString6RecommendedHave any of your other children, who dont have autism, had improved language with fever?TRUE;FALSE
control_fever_change_detString255RecommendedDetails of other non-autism kid improved language with fever
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
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