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Functional Living Index - Emesis (FLIE)

Lindley Celeste

Distributed by Mapi Research Trust

Distributed by Mapi Research Trust

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Basic description

Developed in 1992

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Authors

Lindley Celeste

Copyright
© Copyright 1992 Celeste Lindley. All Rights Reserved.
Objective
To assess the impact of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting on patient's daily function
Therapeutic area
  • Neoplasms
Therapeutic indication

Generic for Neoplasms

Type of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA)
  • PRO PRO
Original language(s)
  • English for the USA
Bibliographic reference(s) of the original questionnaire

Lindley CM, Hirsch JD, O'Neill CV, Transau MC, Gilbert CS, Osterhaus JT. Quality of life consequences of chemotherapy-induced emesis. Qual Life Res. 1992 Oct;1(5):331-40 (PubMed abstract)


Contact and conditions of use

Authors

Lindley Celeste

Contact information

Mapi Research Trust
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27 rue de la Villette
69003 Lyon
France
Phone: +33 (0)4 72 13 66 66

Access fees

Review copy

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Available in:

Lindley CM, Hirsch JD, O'Neill CV, Transau MC, Gilbert CS, Osterhaus JT. Quality of life consequences of chemotherapy-induced emesis. Qual Life Res. 1992 Oct;1(5):331-40 (PubMed abstract)

Languages

Original language(s)

  • English for the USA

Translations

The translations listed may not have undergone a full linguistic validation process and may require further work to be suitable for use in a study. This list is subject to constant changes, therefore please check the status of translations with Mapi Research Trust / the developers / copyright holders / distributors.

FLIE

Afrikaans for South Africa*
Arabic for Egypt*
Bulgarian for Bulgaria*
Cantonese for Hong Kong*
Cebuano for the Philippines*
Croatian for Croatia*
Czech for Czech Republic*
Danish for Denmark*
Dutch for Belgium (Flemish)*
Dutch for the Netherlands*
English for Australia*
English for Canada*
English for India*
English for New Zealand
English for South Africa*
English for the UK*
Estonian for Estonia*
Finnish for Finland*
French for Belgium*
French for Canada*
French for France*
French for Switzerland*
Georgian for Georgia*
German for Austria*
German for Germany*
German for Switzerland*
Greek for Greece*
Gujarati for India*
Hindi for India*
Hungarian for Hungary*
Ilocano for the Philippines*
Italian for Italy*
Italian for Switzerland
Japanese for Japan
Kannada for India*
Korean for Korea*
Korean for the USA*
Latvian for Latvia*
Lithuanian for Lithuania*
Malay*
Malay for Singapore*
Malayalam*
Mandarin for Singapore*
Mandarin for Taiwan*
Marathi for India*
Norwegian for Norway*
Polish for Poland*
Portuguese for Brazil*
Portuguese for Portugal*
Romanian for Romania*
Russian for Belarus*
Russian for Latvia*
Russian for Russia*
Russian for Ukraine*
Slovak for Slovakia*
Slovenian for Slovenia*
Spanish for Argentina*
Spanish for Chile*
Spanish for Colombia*
Spanish for Costa Rica*
Spanish for Ecuador*
Spanish for Guatemala*
Spanish for Mexico*
Spanish for Peru*
Spanish for Spain*
Spanish for Venezuela*
Spanish for the USA*
Swedish for Finland*
Swedish for Sweden*
Tagalog for the Philippines*
Tamil for India*
Telugu for India*
Thai for Thailand*
Turkish for Turkey*
Ukrainian for Ukraine*
Urdu*
Urdu for India*
Vietnamese for Vietnam*
* Performed by Mapi

More information on translations


 For information on, or permission to use the translations, please contact:Ralph H Raasch

 Bibliographic reference of the 22 translations performed by Mapi Research Institute:

Giroudet C, Conway K, Martin A, Pearson J, Lindley C. Linguistic Validation of 5-day version of the Functional Living Index-Emesis into 22 languages. Supportive Care in Cancer. 2000; 8(3):241. (Abstract)
Presented at the 12th international symposium supportive care in cancer, Washington, USA, March 2000


 Bibliographic reference of the Japanese translation:

Satou A, Yamazaki T, Nukariya N, Nakamachi M, Shimada K, Matsukawa M, Kurihara M. [Development of a Japanese version of the FLIE] Gan To Kagaku Ryoho. 2002 Feb;29(2):281-91. Japanese

Last update: October 2017
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