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DSR admissions circulatory RoI 2014

Creator:

HIPE

Subject Keywords: Hypertension; Coronary Heart Disease; Stroke; Obesity; Circulatory Refinement: Hypertension; Coronary Heart Disease; Stroke; Obesity
Set: Chronic Conditions
Burden
Conditions
Stroke
Hypertension
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
Management
Obesity
Catalogue: Data
Indicator
Type: Data
Region: Administrative County
Carlow County
Cavan County
Clare County
Cork City
Cork County
Donegal County
Dublin City
Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown
Fingal
Galway City
Galway County
Kerry County
Kildare County
Kilkenny County
Laois County
Leitrim County
Limerick City
Limerick County
Local Health Office
Longford County
Louth County
Mayo County
Meath County
Monaghan County
North Tipperary
Offaly County
Roscommon County
Sligo County
South Dublin
South Tipperary
Waterford City
Waterford County
Westmeath County
Wexford County
Wicklow County
Republic of Ireland
Description:

Directly age and gender standardised rate of admissions (including day cases) to hospital for diseases of the circulatory system per 100,000 European standard population.

Number of discharges (including day cases) for diseases of circulatory system. ICD-10-AM Codes: I00-I99, 2014

Numerator: Number of discharges (including day cases) for diseases of circulatory system, Hospital Inpatient Enquiry (HIPE), 2014

Denominator: Census of Population 2011

Source: Healthcare Pricing Office, September 2015

 

Includes primary and secondary diagnoses.

The crude rate was directly age and gender standardised to the European standard population.

Data cells containing 5 or fewer cases in a particular combination of age, sex, and area were not disclosed hence a random value between 1 and 5 was assigned in order to calculate standardised rates.

Excludes admissions to private hospitals.

 

  • Principal Diagnosis: The diagnosis established after study to be chiefly responsible for occasioning an episode of admitted patient care, an episode of residential care, or an attendance at the health care establishment, as represented by a code. (Health Data Standards Committee (2006), National Health Data Dictionary, Version 13, AIHW).

 

  • Additional Diagnoses: A condition or complaint either coexisting with the principal diagnosis or arising during the episode of admitted patient care, episode of residential care or attendance at a health care establishment, as represented by a code (Health Data Standards Committee (2006), National Health Data Dictionary, Version 13, AIHW). 

 

  • A procedure is defined as a clinical intervention that is
    • surgical in nature, and/or
    • carries a procedural risk, and/or
    • carries an anaesthetic risk, and/or
    • requires specialised training, and/or
    • requires special facilities or equipment only available in an acute care setting.

 

      The order of codes should be determined using the following hierarchy:

  • procedure performed for treatment of the principal diagnosis
  • procedure performed for treatment of an additional diagnosis
  • diagnostic/exploratory procedure related to the principal diagnosis
  • diagnostic/exploratory procedure related to an additional diagnosis for the episode of care.       (NCCH, 2008)

 

  • A day patient is admitted to hospital for treatment on an elective (rather than an emergency) basis and who is discharged alive, as scheduled, on the same day (Department of Health and Children, 2001).  Births are not included.

 

  • An in-patient is admitted to hospital for treatment or investigation on an elective or emergency basis.  An elective admission is and admission or procedure that has been arranged in advance (Department of Health and Children, 2001).  An emergency admission is unforeseen and requires urgent care (Department of Health and Children, 2001).

Date:

18/12/2015

Rights: HIPE
Suggested citation:

HIPE. (2015) DSR admissions circulatory RoI 2014 [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/941185 [Accessed: 23rd July 2018].

  

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