NDI

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NDINational Democratic Institute
NDINational Dance Institute (New York)
NDINon-Destructive Inspection (such as x-ray of wings for cracks)
NDINorthern Digital, Inc. (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)
NDINephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus
NDINetwork Design and Installation
NDINetwork Driver Installer
NDINetwork Driver Interface
NDINon Developmental Item
NDINon-Developmental Item
NDINational Death Index
NDINeck Disability Index (physical therapy)
NDINew Dietary Ingredient (FDA)
NDINissan Design International
NDINorthern Development Initiative (Canada)
NDINational Dialogue Initiative (various organizations)
NDINautical Data International
NDINeurodevelopmental Impairments
NDINon-Industrial Disability Insurance
NDINissay Dowa Insurance (Japan)
NDINo Deception Indicated (polygraph)
NDINational Deliverability Index
NDINitrogen Drawdown Index (Australian standard for composts, soil conditioners)
NDINew Data Indicator
NDINetwork Deployment and Integration
NDINuméro de Désignation d'Installation (French)
NDINational Decertification Index (International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training)
NDINavigation Data Integrator (US Navy)
NDINongard Depression Index (self-assessment tool)
NDINielsen Drug Index
NDINormalized Dispersion Index
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In addition, for pain and disability, the Modified Neck Disability Index (MNDI) and the Visual Analog Scale (VAS) for the Neck Pain and Disability Scale (NPAD); for measuring the quality of life, the Short Form-36 (SF-36) were applied.
Functional disability was assessed with neck disability Index (NDI) items score range from 0 to 5, higher score indicated greater disability.
79 (53.02%) patients had moderate disability, 42 (28.18%) had severe disability and 28 (18.79%) had mild disability according to neck disability index (NDI).
The neck disability index (NDI) is a commonly used, simple and validated outcome measurement tool, which is available in multiple languages to determine self-assessed disability in patients with neck pain.
Her baseline Neck Disability Index Total Score was 25/50 suggesting moderate to severe disability.
Participants were eligible for inclusion if they reported no neck pain or neck-related disorders during the previous year, scored <5 points on the Neck Disability Index (NDI), and demonstrated no signs of cervical pathology during a standardized physical examination [13].
Disability of the participants, due to back pain (disability) was evaluated, using a Polish version of the Neck Disability Index (NDI) for the cervical spine, and the Oswestry Disability Index (ODI) for the lumbar spine.
H., 2009, 'Measurement properties of the neck disability index: a systematic review', The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 39(5), pp.
Then, we explored its validity in a sample of chronic WAD patients by comparing TSK-PM scores with scores on the Neck Disability Index (NDI), the original TSK, active cervical ranges of motion.
Abbreviations: ANOVA = analysis of variance, BDI = Beck Depression Inventory, CPM = conditioned pain modulation, HF = high-frequency power, HRV = heart rate variability, IES = Impact of Event Scale, LF = low-frequency power, NDI = Neck Disability Index, PCS = Pain Catastrophizing Scale, PPT = pressure pain threshold, PTSR = posttraumatic stress reaction, PVAQ = Pain Vigilance and Awareness Questionnaire, RMSSD = root-mean-square of successive differences between interbeat intervals, SD = standard deviation, SDNN = standard deviation of interbeat intervals, TS = temporal summation, WAD = whiplashassociated disorder.