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Table 3 Used PROMs to cover the identified PROs

From: Development of a patient-reported outcome measure for patients who have recovered from a subarachnoid hemorrhage: the “questionnaire for the screening of symptoms in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage” (SOS-SAH)

PROs used in the PROM PROMs
Cognitive abilities PROMIS 8-item custom short form
Depression HADS
Anxiety HADS
Fatigue PROMIS 4-item short form
Social roles PROMIS 4-item short form
Hypersensitivity to stimuli Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
Personality change Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
Language Adapted questions from the QOLIBRI
Vision Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
Taste Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
Smell Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
Hearing Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
Headache Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
Problems with sexuality Adapted question from the QOLIBRI
  1. HADS: Hospital Anxiety and Depression scale; PROs: patient-reported outcomes; PROMs: patient-reported outcome measures; PROMIS: Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System; QOLIBRI: Quality of Life after Brain Injury questionnaire