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The SF-36® Health Survey is a 36-item instrument. The SF-36® Health Survey measures the following eight health concepts, which are relevant across age, disease, and treatment groups: Physical functioning; role limitations due to physical health problems; bodily pain; general health; vitality (energy/fatigue); social functioning; role limitations due to emotional problems; and mental health (psychological distress and psychological well being). Both standard (4-week) and acute (1-week) recall versions are available. The surveys standardized scoring system yields a profile of eight health scores, two summary measures, and a self-evaluated change in health status.

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