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FITBIR
1.0
Element Type
Common Data Element
NIH Toolbox Motor Domain Endurance Measure 2-Minute Walk Endurance Test - Additional feet count
NIHTB2MWEAddFtCt
Short Description
Count of additional feet, as part of the NIH Toolbox Motor Domain Endurance Measure 2-Minute Walk Endurance Test
Definition
Count of additional feet, as part of the NIH Toolbox Motor Domain Endurance Measure 2-Minute Walk Endurance Test
 

Biomedical Terminologies and Standards

Notes
The NIH Toolbox 2-Minute Walk Endurance Test is adapted from the American Thoracic Societys 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol. This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in two minutes. The participants raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in two minutes. The test overall takes approximately four minutes to administer (with instructions and practice). This test is recommended for ages 3-85.
Creation Date
2016-05-31
Historical Notes
References
http://www.nihtoolbox.org/WhatAndWhy/Motor/Endurance/Pages/NIH-Toolbox-2-Minute-Walk-Endurance-Test.aspx

Data Type
Numeric Values
Input Restrictions
Free-Form Entry
Minimum Value
0
Maximum Value
9
Population
Adult and Pediatric
Guidelines/Instructions
Continue: This time, I will be timing you. Remember, when I say Go, walk back and forth around the cones as fast as possible for 2 minutes without running or hurting yourself Ready, 3, 2, 1, Go! 1 minute: You are doing well. You have 1 minute to go. **If participant is resting at one-minute reminder, encourage him/her to continue and change statement to: You have only 1 minute left. Rest as long as you need; start walking again as soon as you feel able to do so. When time reads 1:45, say: In a moment, Im going to ask you to stop. When I do, just stop right where you are and I will come to you. When 5 seconds remain, examiner should count down: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, stop. Have participant rest. Put a piece of tape on the floor to mark where participant stopped; the tape should be placed behind the participants heel. Measure distance from the last lap to the tape. Put distance on the record sheet and later transfer it to computer.
Preferred Question Text
Say: This is an activity that shows how physically fit you are by seeing how far you can walk in 2 minutes. I will ask you to walk as fast as you can until I ask you to stop. I know this is hard for some people so don�t worry if you have to slow down or rest. If you do stop or slow down, start walking again as soon as you feel you are ready do so. Ask: Is there any reason you cannot do the walk? Does anything hurt or are you in pain? What I would like here is to have you walk as far as you can in this short period of time. Continue: You and I will not talk while you are walking because this might make you walk more slowly. I will, however, let you know how much time you have to walk and when you are almost done. Demonstrate first part of task; say: Let me show you what you are going to do. You will start with your feet behind this line. When I say �Go,� you will walk back and forth around the cones as fast as you can without running or hurting yourself. You will begin after I say �Ready, 3, 2, 1, Go!� As you pass the cone, do not stop or slow down. When I tell you to stop, stop where you are on the path until I come to you. Demonstrate first lap; say: Watch me as I show you. You see that I am walking fast but not running and that I am not slowing or stopping when I pass the cone. Do you have any questions? Answer questions as necessary. Ask participant to walk course once down and back; say: Now you can practice. Walk the path, out and back one time; go around the cone without slowing down. Ready, 3, 2, 1, Go! When participant finishes, say: Do you have any questions? Answer any questions.
Category Groups and Classifications
DiseaseDomainSub-Domain
Traumatic Brain Injury Outcomes and End Points Physical Function
General (For all diseases) Assessments and Examinations Physical/Neurological Examination

Classification

Concussion/Mild TBI :
Supplemental
Epidemiology :
Supplemental
Acute Hospitalized :
Supplemental
General (For all diseases) :
Supplemental
Moderate/Severe TBI: Rehabilitation :
Supplemental
Keywords
Motor , NIH_Toolbox , Two_Minute_Walk_Endurance_Test , Endurance
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Admin Information


Effective Date
Until Date
Last Change Date
2018-05-08
See Also
Submitting Organization Name
NIH/CIT/BRICS
Submitting Contact Name
Malaika Schwartz
Submitting Contact Information
mschwartz@sapient.com
Steward Organization Name
NIH/CIT/BRICS
Steward Contact Name
Olga Vovk
Steward Contact Information
olga.vovk@nih.gov
NINDS ID

Change History