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Birth event—analgesia administered indicator

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METeOR identifier:Help on this term732348
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 03/12/2020
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An indicator of whether analgesia was administered to the female during labour.

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Perinatal

Object Class attributes

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Object class:Birth event
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The sequence of actions by which a baby and the placenta are expelled or extracted from the female's uterus at childbirth. The process usually starts spontaneously about 280 days after conception with onset of labour, but it may be started by artificial means. The process ends upon complete expulsion or extraction of the baby and the placenta.

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Submitting organisation:Help on this term

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Origin:Help on this term

University of Oxford 2002. Concise Colour Medical Dictionary 3rd edn. UK: Oxford University Press.

Property attributes

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Property:Analgesia administered indicator
Definition:Help on this termAn indicator of whether analgesia was administered to an individual.
Property group:Help on this termService provision event

Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Help on this termNational Perinatal Data Development Committee

Data element concept attributes

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Submitting organisation:Help on this term

National Perinatal Data Development Committee

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Supersedes Birth event—analgesia administered indicator Health, Superseded 03/12/2020

Data Elements implementing this Data Element Concept:Help on this term

Birth event—analgesia administered indicator, yes/no/not stated/inadequately described code N Health, Standard 03/12/2020

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