2002
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-31802002000400006
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MIDAS (Migraine Disability Assessment): a valuable tool for work-site identification of migraine in workers in Brazil

Abstract: MIDAS translated to Brazilian Portuguese was a useful tool for identifying severe cases of migraine and of transformed migraine in a working environment. The workers did not consider MIDAS to be difficult to answer. Their high level of voluntary participation demonstrates that this medical condition was of real interest among the workers, whether they were sufferers or not.

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“…Those who had headache but gave positive responses to only one of the three questions were classified as having non-migrainous headache. The impact of migraine was assessed with migraine disability assessment (MIDAS) inventory 18,19 . The Kruskal-Wallis test was used for the comparison of AUDIT between students with without headache, with non-migrainous headache, and migraine.…”
Section: Headache: Lower Alcohol Consumption Domingues and Dominguesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Those who had headache but gave positive responses to only one of the three questions were classified as having non-migrainous headache. The impact of migraine was assessed with migraine disability assessment (MIDAS) inventory 18,19 . The Kruskal-Wallis test was used for the comparison of AUDIT between students with without headache, with non-migrainous headache, and migraine.…”
Section: Headache: Lower Alcohol Consumption Domingues and Dominguesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is expressed by loss of days at work or at school, household chores, and social activity, during a 3-month period. It has already been translated and validated for the Brazilian-Portuguese language 9 . Even being a questionnaire that analyses the migraine disability specifically, the MI-DAS score were previously tested in populations of nonmigraine headache sufferers.…”
Section: Instrumentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This questionnaire has already been validated for the Portuguese language 18 . The score obtained can be graded as follows: grade I (0 to 5 days) indicative of little or no disability; grade II (6 to 10 days), mild disability; grade III (11 to 20 days), moderate disability; and grade IV (greater than 21 days), severe disability.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%