Categorising major cardiovascular disease hospitalisations from routinely collected data
Objectives and importance of the study: Routine hospital administrative data provide an important source of information about cardiovascular disease (CVD) for health statistics reporting, health services and research. How such conditions are classified and grouped has implications for the use and interpretation of these data. International Classification of Diseases (ICD) diagnosis codes from hospital data collections are often used to classify CVD, but there is little published evidence on the...[Show more]
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