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What does NAB stand for?

NAB stands for N++rnberger-Alters-Beobachtungsskala

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ADHD: attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder; GAD: generalized anxiety disorder; ABC-C: Aberrant Behavior Checklist-Community; HAMA scale: Hamilton Rating Scale for Anxiety; AIMS: Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale; SANS: Scale for the Assessment of Negative Symptoms; SAPS: Scale for the Assessment of Positive Symptoms; BPRS: Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale; SKT: Syndrom-Kurz test; NPI: Neuropsychiatric Inventory; AD CGI: Clinical Global Impressions Severity of AD; ADL: activities of daily living; QOL: quality of life; ADAS-cog: Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-cognitive subscale; NAI-NAA: Nürnberger Alters Inventar-Nürnberger Alters-Alltagsaktivitäten-Skala; NAB: Nürnberger Alters-Beobachtungsskala.
The following rating scales were accepted for clinical outcomes: (1) dementia: cognition: Syndrom-Kurz test (SKT) [18], Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment Scale, cognitive subscale (ADAS-cog) [19]; activities of daily living (ADL): Alzheimer’s Disease Activities-of-Daily-Living International Scale (ADL-IS) [20], Geriatric Evaluation by Relatives Rating Instrument (GERRI) [21], Gottries-Bråne-Steen-Activities of Daily Living (GBS-ADL) scale [22], Nürnberger Alters-Alltagsaktivitäten-Skala (NAA), and Nürnberger Alters-Beobachtungsskala.
After a 4-week run-in period, 216 patients were included in the randomized 24-week treatment period. These received either a daily oral dose of 240 mg EGb 761 or placebo. In accordance with the recommended multi-dimensional evaluation approach, three primary variables were chosen: the Clinical Global Impressions (CGI Item 2) for psychopathological assessment, the Syndrom-Kurztest (SKT) for the assessment of the patient's attention and memory, and the Nürnberger Alters-Beobachtungsskala.
After a 4-week run-in period, 216 patients were included in the randomized 24-week treatment period. These received either a daily oral dose of 240 mg EGb 761 or placebo. In accordance with the recommended multi-dimensional evaluation approach, three primary variables were chosen: the Clinical Global Impressions (CGI Item 2) for psychopathological assessment, the Syndrom-Kurztest (SKT) for the assessment of the patient's attention and memory, and the Nürnberger Alters-Beobachtungsskala.
The following rating scales were accepted for clinical outcomes: (1) dementia: cognition: Syndrom-Kurz test (SKT) [18], Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale, cognitive subscale (ADAS-cog) [19]; activities of daily living (ADL): Alzheimer's Disease Activities-of-Daily-Living International Scale (ADL-IS) [20], Geriatric Evaluation by Relatives Rating Instrument (GERRI) [21], Gottries-Bråne-Steen-Activities of Daily Living (GBS-ADL) scale [22], Nürnberger Alters-Alltagsaktivitäten-Skala (NAA), and Nürnberger Alters-Beobachtungsskala.