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Person—dyslipidaemia treatment with anti-lipid medication indicator (current), code N

Identifying and definitional attributes

Metadata item type:Help on this termData Element
Short name:Help on this termDyslipidaemia treatment indicator
METeOR identifier:Help on this term302440
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 21/09/2005
Definition:Help on this term

Whether a person is being currently treated for dyslipidaemia using anti-lipid medication, as represented by a code.

Data element concept attributes

Identifying and definitional attributes

Data element concept:Person—dyslipidaemia treatment with anti-lipid medication indicator
METeOR identifier:Help on this term304485
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 21/09/2005
Definition:Help on this termWhether an individual is being treated for dyslipidaemia (abnormal lipid levels) using anti-lipid medication.
Object class:Help on this termPerson
Property:Help on this termDyslipidaemia treatment with anti-lipid medication indicator

Collection and usage attributes

Comments:Help on this termDyslipidaemia is an excessive accumulation of one or more of the major lipids transported in plasma. Plasma lipid levels may be reduced by a variety of agents having different mechanisms of action. They also have different effects on the plasma lipid profile.

Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Help on this termNational Diabetes Data Working Group

Value domain attributes

Identifying and definitional attributes

Value domain:Yes/no/not stated/inadequately described code N
METeOR identifier:Help on this term301747
Registration status:Help on this termHousing assistance, Standard 10/02/2006
Health, Standard 21/09/2005
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Definition:Help on this termA code set representing 'yes', 'no' and 'not stated/inadequately described'.

Representational attributes

Representation class:Help on this termCode
Data type:Help on this termNumber
Format:Help on this termN
Maximum character length:Help on this term1
Permissible values:Help on this term
ValueMeaning
1Yes
2No
Supplementary values:Help on this term
9Not stated/inadequately described

Collection and usage attributes

Guide for use:Help on this term

CODE 9    Not stated/inadequately described

This code is not for use in primary data collections.

Data element attributes

Collection and usage attributes

Guide for use:Help on this term

CODE 1   Yes
Record if a person is being treated for dyslipidaemia using anti-lipid medication.

CODE 2   No
Record if a person is not being treated for dyslipidaemia using anti-lipid medication.

Collection methods:Help on this term

Ask the individual if he/she is currently treated with anti-lipid medication. Alternatively obtain the relevant information from appropriate documentation.

Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Help on this term

National diabetes data working group

Origin:Help on this term

National Diabetes Outcomes Quality Review Initiative (NDOQRIN) data dictionary.

Relational attributes

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