Connect-the-Numbers Test
Psychodiagnostic procedure for quantitative detection
of (latent) portosystemic encephalopathy (PSE)
The Connect-the-Numbers Test provides good 6. Now place the second test sheet in front of the support for diagnosing (latent) portosystemic patient with the numbers from 1 to 25. This is the encephalopathy. In this test, numbers arranged first part of the test for which the time is recorded.
in an arbitrary sequence and have to be connected Fill out the top of the sheet and have the patient with one another as quickly as possible in their sign it with his or her full name (handwriting correct sequence by using a pencil to draw a line sample). Now explain to the patient that you will between them. The test is structured in such a way that a healthy individual will always be able Scattered across this sheet you see the numbers to perform this task in less than 30 seconds. If from 1 to 25. Now I would like you to do the same the test person requires more than 30 seconds as you just did on the practice sheet - as quickly however, it is highly probable that there is as you can, connect the numbers with each other in their correct order, starting from the smallest one. Place your pencil on the number 1. When I If the test is to be used to document the course of an illness or treatment, then the four different versions of the test given here should be given in 7. Start the stopwatch at the same time as you give the signal. Make sure that the patient proceeds as directed. If he or she skips a number, draw his or her attention to the error, for example Performing the Number Connection Test:
You forgot the 7! Place your pencil on the 6 and 1. Always carry out the test at the same time of connect it with the 7 and then on to the 8. The time needed to give the correction and to 2. Before each test, check for the completeness carry it out is included in the recorded testing time! of the testing documents and have a stopwatch As soon as the patient has correctly reached the 25, press the stopwatch once again and enter the time measured into the field designated for that 3. Make sure that the patient is able to assume a relaxed writing position, is furnished with a 8. If the patient requires more than two minutes suitable surface to write on and that the illumination for the task, stop the test after 120 seconds and is sufficiently bright and free of glare.
note the last number he or she had arrived at the 4. Explain the task to be accomplished to the patient by using the demonstration test sheet, 9. As a general principle, there is a strong indication of the presence of (latent) PSE in cases where the patient requires more than 30 seconds to On this page you see the numbers from 1 - 10. They have been all scattered about. Your task is to order the numbers by drawing a line between them with the pencil, starting with the smallest Evaluating the test:
one. You start with the number 1 and draw a straight line from there to 2, then to 3, etc. Do this 5. Now let the patient connect the numbers on the practice sheet. If the patient makes any mis- takes, correct them for him or her until you are sure that the subject has understood the task at Duphalac®
Connect-the-Numbers Test 1
Signature of patient, first and family names Connect-the-Numbers Test 2
Signature of patient, first and family names Connect-the-Numbers Test 3
Signature of patient, first and family names Connect-the-Numbers Test 4
Signature of patient, first and family names


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