INCLEN diagnostic tool for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (INDT-ADHD): development and validation.


Mukherjee, S; Aneja, S; Russell, PS; Gulati, S; Deshmukh, V; Sagar, R; Silberberg, D; Bhutani, VK; Pinto, JM; Durkin, M; Pandey, RM; Nair, MK; Arora, NK; INCLEN Study Group, ; , COLLABORATORS; Thakkar, A; Singh, A; Mishra, D; Singh, GB; Mehta, M; Das, MK; Juneja, M; Babu, N; Tudu, P; Suman, P; Konanki, R; Saxena, R; Sapra, S; Reddy, SK; Dada, T; Niswade, AK; Mohapatra, A; Maria, A; Prasad, A; Das, BC; Vyas, B; Murthy, GV; Devi, GM; Nair, H; Gupta, JC; Handa, KK; Sumaraj, L; Kulkarni, M; Masoodi, M; Natrajan, P; Kumar, R; Dass, R; Devi, R; Bavdekar, S; Mohanty, S; Suresh, S; Sharma, S; Thyagu, SS; Karande, S; Sharma, TD; Aggarwal, V; Chaudhuri, Z; (2014) INCLEN diagnostic tool for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (INDT-ADHD): development and validation. Indian pediatrics, 51 (6). pp. 457-62. ISSN 0019-6061

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Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To develop and validate INCLEN Diagnostic Tool for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (INDT-ADHD).<br/> DESIGN: Diagnostic test evaluation by cross sectional design.<br/> SETTING: Tertiary care pediatric centers.<br/> PARTICIPANTS: 156 children aged 65-117 months.<br/> METHODS: After randomization, INDT-ADHD and Connors 3 Parent Rating Scale (C3PS) were administered, followed by an expert evaluation by DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria.<br/> MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Psychometric evaluation of diagnostic accuracy, validity (construct, criterion and convergent) and internal consistency.<br/> RESULTS: INDT-ADHD had 18 items that quantified symptoms and impairment. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder was identified in 57, 87 and 116 children by expert evaluation, INDT-ADHD and C3PS, respectively. Psychometric parameters of INDT-ADHD for differentiating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and normal children were: sensitivity 87.7%, specificity 97.2%, positive predictive value 98.0% and negative predictive value 83.3%, whereas for differentiating from other neuro-developmental disorders were 87.7%, 42.9%, 58.1% and 79.4%, respectively. Internal consistency was 0.91. INDT-ADHD has a 4-factor structure explaining 60.4% of the variance. Convergent validity with Conner's Parents Rating Scale was moderate (r =0.73, P= 0.001).<br/> CONCLUSIONS: INDT-ADHD is suitable for diagnosing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in Indian children between the ages of 6 to 9 years.<br/>

Item Type: Article
Faculty and Department: Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases > Dept of Clinical Research
Research Centre: The International Centre for Evidence in Disability
PubMed ID: 24986281
Web of Science ID: 338271800008
URI: http://researchonline.lshtm.ac.uk/id/eprint/1883952

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