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Jan 07,  · Dyspnea or perceived exertion during exercise is most commonly measured using Borg or visual analog scales, created for use in adults. In contrast, pictorial scales have been promoted for children due to skepticism concerning applicability of Cited by: 4. Abstract and Figures Background: Dyspnea or perceived exertion during exercise is most commonly measured using Borg or visual analog scales, created for use in adults. In contrast, pictorial scales.

May 01,  · Dyspnea is one of the cardinal symptoms of respiratory disease (1, 2), and several scales have been used to measure task-specific dyspnea. The most commonly used is the Borg scale and modifications thereof (3, 4); the other is a visual analog scale (VAS) (5, 6). Both VAS and Borg scales were developed and studied in adults, and the Borg scale was Cited by: 9. Abstract Background: Dyspnea or perceived exertion during exercise is most commonly measured using Borg or visual analog scales, created for use in adults. In contrast, pictorial scales have been promoted for children due to skepticism concerning applicability of the said scales in pediatrics.

BACKGROUND: Dyspnea or perceived exertion during exercise is most commonly measured using Borg or visual analog scales, created for use in adults. In contrast, pictorial scales have been promoted for children due to skepticism concerning applicability of the said scales in pediatrics. We sought to validateCited by: 4. Apr 16,  · Children and Adults (Gillach, Sallis, Buono, Patterson, & Nader, ; children, n = ; adults, n = ; children mean age = 11 (); adults mean age = 36 ()) Excellent validity for HR and RPE in children based on mean of individual correlations.