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Karnofsky Performance Score
100% The patient has no complaints and is without evidence of disease
90%: minor signs/symptoms, but is able to carry out his or her normal activities
80%: demonstrates some signs/symptoms and requires some effort to carry out normal activities
70%: able to care for self, but is unable to do his or her normal activities or active work
60%: able to care for self, but requires occasional assistance
50%: requires medical care and much assistance with self care
40%: disabled and requires special care and assistance
30%: severely disabled and hospitalization is indicated; Death is not imminent
20%: very ill with hospitalization and active life-support treatment necessary
10%: moribund with fatal process proceeding rapidly
0%: Dead

ECOG/WHO/RTOG to KPS (Approximate Conversion System)
E/W/R-->Karnofsky Details
0-->90-100% Normal activity
1-->70-80% Symptoms demonstrated, but the patient remains ambulatory, able to perform self care
2-->50-60% Ambulatory >50% of the time and requires occasional assistance
3-->30-40% Ambulatory <50% of the time and requires nursing care
4-->10-20% Bedridden
5-->0% Death

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