PDSS

(redirected from Parkinson's Disease Sleep Scale)
AcronymDefinition
PDSSProfessional Development and Support Services (various locations)
PDSSPosition Determination Start Session
PDSSPanic Disorder Severity Scale
PDSSPost-Deployment Software Support
PDSSPre-Deployment Site Survey
PDSSPediatric Daytime Sleepiness Scale
PDSSParkinson's Disease Sleep Scale
PDSSPayload Data Services System
PDSSPost-Development Software Support
PDSSPhosphorus Decision Support System
PDSSPhysical Disability and Sensory Services (UK)
PDSSPost-Injection Delirium/Sedation Syndrome
PDSSProcurement Decision Support System (Telcordia)
PDSSPhysical Disability Support Service (UK)
PDSSPainted Desert Sheep Society (Needville, TX)
PDSSProduct Definition Support System
PDSSPersonal Development and Safety Solutions Ltd. (UK)
PDSSPost Deployment Sustainment and Support
PDSSPost-partum Depression Screening Scale
PDSSPost Deployment System Support
PDSSPricing Decision Support Systems
PDSSPost-Dramatic Stress Syndrome (drama/theater productions/actors)
PDSSPlanning and Development Support Services (Sprint)
PDSSPassive Detection System Simulator (software Lab for E-2C PDS)
PDSSProduct Development Systems and Solutions, Inc. (Rochester, NY, USA)
PDSSPerson with Designated Special Status (various nations)
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A comparative controlled clinical study using the Parkinson's disease sleep scale and selective polysomnography.
001 V of UPDRS) (median[IQR]) HAMD, Hamilton Depression Rating Scale HAMA, Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale SDS, Zung Self-rating Depression Scale SAS, Zung Self-rating Anxiety Scale PDSS, Parkinson's Disease Sleep Scale UPDRS, United Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale Table 3.
All patients responded to the Parkinson's Disease Sleep Scale (PDSS) (12), that includes 15 questions addressing the following 8 items: overall quality of night's sleep, sleep onset and maintenance, insomnia, nocturnal restlessness, nocturnal psychosis, nocturia, nocturnal motor symptoms, sleep refreshment and daytime dozing.
Clinical assessment of nocturnal disability in Parkinson's disease: the Parkinson's Disease Sleep Scale.
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