Wengritzky scale (PONV).
|Q1. Did you vomit or feel nauseous?|
|b) Once or twice||2|
|c) Three or more times||50|
|Q2. Have you experienced a feeling of nausea (“a feeling of unsteadiness in the stomach and a slight urge to vomit”)? If yes, did your feeling of nausea interfere with activities of daily living, such as being able to get out of bed, being able to move around in bed, being able to walk normally, or eating and drinking?|
|c) Often or most of the time||2|
|d) All the time||25|
|Q3. Has your nausea been mostly:|
|a) Variable (“comes and goes”)?||1|
|b) Constant (“always or almost always present”)?||2|
|Q4. How long did your nausea last (in hours [whole or split])?||......,.....h|
|For this questionnaire, if the answer to Q1 = c), the questionnaire score = 50. Otherwise, select the higher score of Q1 or Q2, then multiply x Q3 x Q4||PONV intensity score|
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