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Ann Rehabil Med. 2017 Jun;41(3):387-393. doi: 10.5535/arm.2017.41.3.387. Epub 2017 Jun 29.

Stroke Impact Scale 3.0: Reliability and Validity Evaluation of the Korean Version.

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1
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Rehabilitation Center, Seoul, Korea.
2
Department of Rehabilitation Standard and Policy, National Rehabilitation Research Institute, Seoul, Korea.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE:

To establish the reliability and validity the Korean version of the Stroke Impact Scale (K-SIS) 3.0.

METHODS:

A total of 70 post-stroke patients were enrolled. All subjects were evaluated for general characteristics, Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE), the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS), Modified Barthel Index, Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS). The SF-36 and K-SIS 3.0 assessed their health-related quality of life. Statistical analysis after evaluation, determined the reliability and validity of the K-SIS 3.0.

RESULTS:

A total of 70 patients (mean age, 54.97 years) participated in this study. Internal consistency of the SIS 3.0 (Cronbach's alpha) was obtained, and all domains had good co-efficiency, with threshold above 0.70. Test-retest reliability of SIS 3.0 required correlation (Spearman's rho) of the same domain scores obtained on the first and second assessments. Results were above 0.5, with the exception of social participation and mobility. Concurrent validity of K-SIS 3.0 was assessed using the SF-36, and other scales with the same or similar domains. Each domain of K-SIS 3.0 had a positive correlation with corresponding similar domain of SF-36 and other scales (HADS, MMSE, and NIHSS).

CONCLUSION:

The newly developed K-SIS 3.0 showed high inter-intra reliability and test-retest reliabilities, together with high concurrent validity with the original and various other scales, for patients with stroke. K-SIS 3.0 can therefore be used for stroke patients, to assess their health-related quality of life and treatment efficacy.

KEYWORDS:

Korean version; Quality of life; Stroke Impact Scale 3.0; Validity and Reliability

Conflict of interest statement

CONFLICT OF INTEREST: No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.

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