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Cough Severity Index (CSI)

These are statements that many people have used to describe their cough and the effects of coughing on their lives.  Select the response that indicates how frequently you have had the same experience in the last 4 weeks. If you do not have a problem with couging, please select zero(0) in response to these statements.

0 = Never
1 = Almost Never
2 = Sometimes
3 = Almost Always
4 = Always

The results of these questions will be sent to your Speech Pathologist who will discuss them with you at your next appointment.

 

0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost Always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always

Gartner-Schmidt J, Shembel A, Rosen CA, Zullo TG. Development and Validation of the Cough Severity Index (CSI): A Severity Index for Chronic Cough Related to the Upper-Airway. Laryngoscope, 123:1931–1936, (2013).