ABILHAND - Rasch analysis specific to systemic sclerosis patients

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The online analysis converts the raw scores to the ABILHAND questionnaire into a linear measure of manual ability. The analysis is powered by RUMM Laboratory according to the calibration of the scale established for systemic sclerosis patients. See papers for details.

Users are responsible for the quality of the data submitted. The data is not copied or saved in any way during the analysis process. Therefore, each individual user remains the sole owner of the data submitted on this web site. The administrators of this web site are not responsible for the analysis results, although they guarantee that the analysis complies with the most appropriate scientific procedures to their knowledge.

The online analysis service is available for FREE for the moment, although analysis fees may be asked in the future in order to cover development costs.

Thank you for your trust,

The rehab-scales.org team.


ABILHAND specific to systemic sclerosis patients

English - Order 1
1. Threading a needle
2. Putting on a piece of jewelry
3. Cutting meat
4. Handling scissors
5. Taking the cap off a bottle
6. Taking a coin out of a pocket
7. Cutting one's nails
8. Unwrapping a chocolate bar
9. Wiping windows
10. Turning off a tap
11. Lacing shoes
12. Handling a stapler
13. Opening mail
14. Peeling onions
15. Winding up a wristwatch
16. Peeling potatoes with a knife
17. Opening a screw-topped jar
18. Fastening the zipper of a jacket
19. Cleaning vegetables
20. Spreading butter on a slice of bread
21. Putting cream on one's body
22. Tearing open a package of chips
23. Brushing one's hair
24. Fastening a snap-fastener (e.g., bag, jacket)
25. Shelling hazel nuts
26. Buttoning up trousers