Registry Elements

Registry Element Name Definition Deprecated
CPRN0001 FACES Pain Scale: Abdomen

This scale uses faces and corresponding numbers to indicate the amount of pain the subject feels

no
CPRN0002 Severity of Abdominal Pain

Single choice where 0 is no pain and 10 is the most severe pain possible.

no
CPRN0003 Abnormal Heel Strike

The foot contacting the ground (like a stomp) without heel-first

no
CPRN0005 Adductor Release (Open) Location for Left Side

Left Side Open Adductor Release enter the specific muscles.

no
CPRN0006 Adductor Release (Open) Location for Right Side

Right Side open adductor release enter the specific muscles.

no
CPRN0007 Allergies (in last 2 weeks?)

Are we talking about respiratory allergies only?

no
CPRN0008 Anesthesia given during delivery?

Was anesthesia utilized during the birthing process?

no
CPRN0009 Galeazzi – Thigh Segment Length

Record the side that is shorter when assessing thigh segment length during the Galeazzi test.

no
CPRN0010 Left Ankle Dorsiflexion (Knee Extended) Ashworth Spasticity Scale

Assessed supine with knee extended, move joint quickly towards dorsiflexion noting spasticity of plantarflexors.

no
CPRN0011 Left Ankle Dorsiflexion (Knee Extended) Passive Range of Motion

Prone or supine with the knee extended, find subtalar joint neutral and dorsiflex the ankle by pushing on the plantar surface of the foot.

no
CPRN0012 Left Ankle Dorsiflexion (Knee Flexed) Passive Range of Motion

Prone with the knee flexed to 90°, stabilize the subtalar joint in neutral. Measure the amount of ankle dorsiflexion.

no
CPRN0013 Left Ankle Dorsiflexion (Knee Flexed) Ashworth Spasticity Scale

Position leg in approximately 45-degrees of knee flexion. Passively move the ankle from maximum plantar flexion to maximum dorsiflexion in approximately one second. Record resistance felt in the plantarflexors.

no
CPRN0014 Left Ankle Plantar Flexion Passive Range of Motion

Prone, sitting or supine with knee flexed or extended, measure the range of motion into plantar flexion.

no
CPRN0015 Apex – Spine (Seated) AP – Cervical

Seated spine AP (anterior/posterior): view of the spine from the an anterior/posterior position while the patient is in a seated position. Indication of which side of the body the apex of curvature of the spine is in the cervical portion of the spine (superior most 7 vertebrae of the spine)

no
CPRN0016 Apex – Spine (Seated) AP – Lumbar

Seated spine AP (anterior/posterior): view of the spine from the an anterior/posterior position while the patient is in a seated position. Indication of which side of the body the apex of curvature of the spine is in the lumbar portion of the spine inferior most 5 vertebrae of the spine)

no