Ear health intervention

Identifying and definitional attributes

Metadata item type:Glossary Item
METeOR identifier:529946
Registration status:Indigenous, Endorsed 08/08/2014
Definition:

Ear health intervention is the course of action recommended by a health care professional following an audiology assessment which can include:

  • provision of antibiotics
  • removal of a foreign body
  • surgery
  • education
  • rehabilitation. 

Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Relational attributes

Metadata items which use this glossary item:

Patient—previous ear health intervention indicator Indigenous, Endorsed 11/08/2014

Patient—previous ear health intervention indicator, yes/no code N Indigenous, Endorsed 11/08/2014

Patient—previous ear health intervention type Indigenous, Endorsed 11/08/2014

Patient—previous ear health intervention type, code N[N] Indigenous, Endorsed 11/08/2014

Patient—previous ear health intervention type, text X[X(99)] Indigenous, Endorsed 11/08/2014

Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Children's Health Checks: Audiology services DSS, May 2011-March 2012 Indigenous, Archived 18/02/2015

Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory: Audiology services DSS, April 2012-April 2013 Indigenous, Archived 18/02/2015

Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory: Audiology services DSS, May 2013-August 2014 Indigenous, Endorsed 18/02/2015