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Fig. 6 | Arthritis Research & Therapy

Fig. 6

From: Barriers to treatment optimization and achievement of patients’ goals: perspectives from people living with rheumatoid arthritis enrolled in the ArthritisPower registry

Fig. 6

Comparison of participants’ self-perception of a disease activity, b pain interference, c fatigue, d sleep disturbance, and e physical function compared to RAPID3 (a) or PROMIS-CAT scores (be). a Participants were asked “How would you describe overall RA disease activity, on average, over the past 7 days?” Responses were compared with participants’ RAPID3 scores. b Participants were asked “How would you describe your pain, on average, over the past 7 days?” Responses were compared with participants’ PROMIS-CAT scores for pain interference. c Participants were asked “How would you describe your fatigue on average, over the past 7 days?” Responses were compared with participants’ PROMIS-CAT scores for fatigue. d Participants were asked “How would you describe your difficulty sleeping on average, over the past 7 days?” Responses were compared with participants’ PROMIS-CAT scores for sleep disturbance. e Participants were asked “How would you describe your ability to carry out physical activity on average, over the past 7 days?” Responses were compared with participants’ PROMIS-CAT scores for physical function. Vertical dashed lines indicate RAPID3 cut-offs for low (score > 3 ≤ 6), medium (score > 6 ≤ 12), and high disease activity (score > 12 ≤ 30); PROMIS-CAT cut-offs for normal (score ≤ 55), low (score > 55–60), medium (score > 60–70), and high pain interference, fatigue, and sleep disturbance (score > 70); PROMIS-CAT cut-offs for normal (score ≥ 45), low (score 40 < 45), medium (30 < 40), and high physical function (score < 30). Possible PROMIS-CAT scores ranged from 0 to 100. PROMIS-CAT Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System – Computerized Adaptive Tests; RAPID3 Routine Assessment of Patient Index Data 3

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