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Table 4 Brief Impairment Scale-Child (BIS-C) scores and caseness percent by age group

From: Self-reported and parent proxy reported functional impairment among pediatric cancer survivors and controls

 Mean (SD)Caseness
BIS-C TotalBIS-C InterpersonalBIS-C SchoolBIS-C Self-CareGE 11.5GE 14
5–7 years (n = 20)16.40 (6.34)6.18 (3.38)3.73 (2.96)6.49 (3.09)80.0%60.0%
8–10 years (n = 22)12.99 (6.44)5.26 (4.01)3.70 (2.75)4.03 (1.86)54.5%36.4%
11–14 years (n = 18)12.47 (6.79)3.89 (4.10)3.94 (2.94)4.64 (2.66)50.0%44.4%
15–18 years (n = 19)12.22 (6.40)4.26 (3.21)3.68 (3.16)4.28 (2.13)52.6%47.4%
Total (n = 79)13.55 (6.58)4.94 (3.74)3.76 (2.89)4.85 (2.61)59.5%46.8%
  1. The BIS-C is a self-report measure of impairment in children that assesses areas of interpersonal functioning, school functioning, and self-care or fulfillment
  2. Caseness defined by BIS-C scores greater than or equal to 11.5 or 14