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AIM: To assess SNOT-22 and its subscales in a non-rhinosinusitis UK-wide population.
METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPLE: This analysis uses data from the 'Chronic Rhinosinusitis Epidemiology Study' (CRES) which recruited from 30 centres across the UK, and the Socioeconomic Cost of ChrOnic Rhinosinusitis study' (SocCoR); 250 volunteers without CRS were recruited as part of these studies. Study-specific questionnaires including demographics, socioeconomic factors and past medical history as well as SNOT-22 and SF-36 were distributed. The control (non-CRS) population had no self-reported nasal problems in the past, no chronic conditions undergoing active treatment and no hospital admissions in the preceding 12 months.
RESULTS: The mean SNOT-22 total score overall was 12.0. The mean was 10.2 for males with a median of 6.5, and a mean of 13.2 for females with a median of 9. Females scored significantly more highly than males on the sleep/fatigue and facial domains.
CONCLUSIONS: Our data demonstrate differences in SNOT-22 amongst males and females. These data can be used in future studies for comparison with different disease populations with rhinosinusitis. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
- Sinonasal Outcome Test
- Control population
- 1 Finished
1/01/10 → 31/03/20
- 19 Citations (Scopus)
- 5 Article
Exploring the association between ingestion of foods with higher potential salicylate content and symptom exacerbation in chronic rhinosinusitis: Data from the National Chronic Rhinosinusitis Epidemiology StudyPhilpott, C., Smith, R., Davies-Husband, C., Erskine, S., Clark, A., Welch, A., Hopkins, C., Carrie, S., Ray, J., Sunkaraneni, V., Kara, N., Kumar, N., Robertson, A., Anari, S., Almeyda, R., Wilson, A. & CRES group, Jun 2019, In: Rhinology. 57, 4, p. 303-312 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile5 Citations (Scopus)15 Downloads (Pure)
Current use of baseline medical treatment in chronic rhinosinusitis: Data from the National Chronic Rhinosinusitis Epidemiology Study (CRES)Philpott, C., Erskine, S., Smith, R., Hopkins, C., Kara, N., Farboud, A., Salam, M., Robertson, A., Almeyda, R., Kumar, B. N., Anari, S., Ray, J., Cathcart, R., Carrie, S., Ahmed, S., Khalil, H., Clark, A. & Thomas, M., Apr 2018, In: Clinical Otolaryngology. 43, 2, p. 509–524
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile13 Citations (Scopus)11 Downloads (Pure)
A case-control study of medical, psychological and socio-economic factors influencing the severity of chronic rhinosinusitisPhilpott, C., Erskine, S., Hopkins, C., Coombes, E., Kara, N., Sunkaraneni, V., Anari, S., Salam, M., Farboud, A. & Clark, A., 2016, In: Rhinology. 54, 2, p. 134-140
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