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- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 5 Itemgruppen, 80 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Patient Information, Informations, Vital signs, Diagnoses and Examinations, Anamnesis
- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 8 Itemgruppen, 35 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Rettungszeiten und Transport, Vital signs, Glasgow Coma Scale, Pupillen, Injuries, Volumengabe, Therapy (preclinical), NACA-Index
DGU TraumaRegister® questionnaire; Data are collected prospectively in four consecutive time phases from the site of the accident until discharge from hospital: A) Pre-hospital phase, B) Emergency room and initial surgery, C) Intensive care unit and D) Discharge. The documentation includes detailed information on demographics, injury pattern, comorbidities, pre- and in-hospital management, course on intensive care unit, relevant laboratory findings including data on transfusion and outcome of each individual. The inclusion criterion is admission to hospital via emergency room with subsequent ICU/ICM care or reach the hospital with vital signs and die before admission to ICU. The infrastructure for documentation, data management, and data analysis is provided by AUC - Academy for Trauma Surgery (AUC - Akademie der Unfallchirurgie GmbH), a company affiliated to the German Trauma Society. The scientific leadership is provided by the Committee on Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Trauma Management (Sektion NIS) of the German Trauma Society. The participating hospitals submit their data anon-ymously into a central database via a web-based application. Scientific data analysis is approved according to a peer review procedure established by Sektion NIS. TraumaRegister DGU® - Hinweise für die Publikation von Ergebnissen 5 März 2014 Seite 3 von 3 © 2014 TraumaRegister DGU® / AUC GmbH The participating hospitals are primarily located in Germany (90%), but a rising number of hospitals of other countries contribute data as well (at the moment from Austria, Belgium, China, Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and the United Arab Emirates). Currently, approx. 25,000 cases from more than 600 hospitals are entered into the database per year. Participation in TraumaRegister DGU® is voluntary. For hospitals associated with TraumaNetzwerk DGU®, however, the entry of at least a basic data set is obligatory for reasons of quality assurance. www.traumaregister-dgu.de
- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 17 Itemgruppen, 167 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Patient Information, master data, Preclinical, Vital signs, Preclinical therapy, Preclinical diagnosis, Vital signs, Emergency room diagnosis / Adjuncts, laboratory, diagnostic imaging, Shock room therapy, Emergency intervention times, Anticoagulation Therapy, Team members, PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, final diagnoses, Further procedures
- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 8 Itemgruppen, 37 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Aufnahme, Blood test, ROTEM, Hemostasis Therapy, Medikamentöse Gerinnungstherapie, Aufenthaltsdauer/Beatmungstherapie, Therapie, SOFA
DGU TraumaRegister® questionnaire; Data are collected prospectively in four consecutive time phases from the site of the accident until discharge from hospital: A) Pre-hospital phase, B) Emergency room and initial surgery, C) Intensive care unit and D) Discharge. The documentation includes detailed information on demographics, injury pattern, comorbidities, pre- and in-hospital management, course on intensive care unit, relevant laboratory findings including data on transfusion and outcome of each individual. The inclusion criterion is admission to hospital via emergency room with subsequent ICU/ICM care or reach the hospital with vital signs and die before admission to ICU. The infrastructure for documentation, data management, and data analysis is provided by AUC - Academy for Trauma Surgery (AUC - Akademie der Unfallchirurgie GmbH), a company affiliated to the German Trauma Society. The scientific leadership is provided by the Committee on Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Trauma Management (Sektion NIS) of the German Trauma Society. The participating hospitals submit their data anon-ymously into a central database via a web-based application. Scientific data analysis is approved according to a peer review procedure established by Sektion NIS. TraumaRegister DGU® - Hinweise für die Publikation von Ergebnissen 5 März 2014 Seite 3 von 3 © 2014 TraumaRegister DGU® / AUC GmbH The participating hospitals are primarily located in Germany (90%), but a rising number of hospitals of other countries contribute data as well (at the moment from Austria, Belgium, China, Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and the United Arab Emirates). Currently, approx. 25,000 cases from more than 600 hospitals are entered into the database per year. Participation in TraumaRegister DGU® is voluntary. For hospitals associated with TraumaNetzwerk DGU®, however, the entry of at least a basic data set is obligatory for reasons of quality assurance. www.traumaregister-dgu.de
- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 7 Itemgruppen, 11 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Patient Information, Entlassungs-/Todesdatum, Entlassung/Verlegung, Verlegung in anderes Krankenhaus, Outcome, Todesursache, Klinikrelevante thromboembolische Ereignisse
DGU TraumaRegister® questionnaire; Data are collected prospectively in four consecutive time phases from the site of the accident until discharge from hospital: A) Pre-hospital phase, B) Emergency room and initial surgery, C) Intensive care unit and D) Discharge. The documentation includes detailed information on demographics, injury pattern, comorbidities, pre- and in-hospital management, course on intensive care unit, relevant laboratory findings including data on transfusion and outcome of each individual. The inclusion criterion is admission to hospital via emergency room with subsequent ICU/ICM care or reach the hospital with vital signs and die before admission to ICU. The infrastructure for documentation, data management, and data analysis is provided by AUC - Academy for Trauma Surgery (AUC - Akademie der Unfallchirurgie GmbH), a company affiliated to the German Trauma Society. The scientific leadership is provided by the Committee on Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Trauma Management (Sektion NIS) of the German Trauma Society. The participating hospitals submit their data anon-ymously into a central database via a web-based application. Scientific data analysis is approved according to a peer review procedure established by Sektion NIS. TraumaRegister DGU® - Hinweise für die Publikation von Ergebnissen 5 März 2014 Seite 3 von 3 © 2014 TraumaRegister DGU® / AUC GmbH The participating hospitals are primarily located in Germany (90%), but a rising number of hospitals of other countries contribute data as well (at the moment from Austria, Belgium, China, Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and the United Arab Emirates). Currently, approx. 25,000 cases from more than 600 hospitals are entered into the database per year. Participation in TraumaRegister DGU® is voluntary. For hospitals associated with TraumaNetzwerk DGU®, however, the entry of at least a basic data set is obligatory for reasons of quality assurance. www.traumaregister-dgu.de
- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 1 Itemgruppe, 13 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppe: Injuries, Operation, Therapy
DGU TraumaRegister® questionnaire; Data are collected prospectively in four consecutive time phases from the site of the accident until discharge from hospital: A) Pre-hospital phase, B) Emergency room and initial surgery, C) Intensive care unit and D) Discharge. The documentation includes detailed information on demographics, injury pattern, comorbidities, pre- and in-hospital management, course on intensive care unit, relevant laboratory findings including data on transfusion and outcome of each individual. The inclusion criterion is admission to hospital via emergency room with subsequent ICU/ICM care or reach the hospital with vital signs and die before admission to ICU. The infrastructure for documentation, data management, and data analysis is provided by AUC - Academy for Trauma Surgery (AUC - Akademie der Unfallchirurgie GmbH), a company affiliated to the German Trauma Society. The scientific leadership is provided by the Committee on Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Trauma Management (Sektion NIS) of the German Trauma Society. The participating hospitals submit their data anon-ymously into a central database via a web-based application. Scientific data analysis is approved according to a peer review procedure established by Sektion NIS. TraumaRegister DGU® - Hinweise für die Publikation von Ergebnissen 5 März 2014 Seite 3 von 3 © 2014 TraumaRegister DGU® / AUC GmbH The participating hospitals are primarily located in Germany (90%), but a rising number of hospitals of other countries contribute data as well (at the moment from Austria, Belgium, China, Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and the United Arab Emirates). Currently, approx. 25,000 cases from more than 600 hospitals are entered into the database per year. Participation in TraumaRegister DGU® is voluntary. For hospitals associated with TraumaNetzwerk DGU®, however, the entry of at least a basic data set is obligatory for reasons of quality assurance. www.traumaregister-dgu.de
- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 7 Itemgruppen, 17 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Patienten-Identifikation, Patientenalter am Unfalltag, Geschlecht, Unfall-Anamnese, Zuverlegt, Gesundheitszustand vor Unfall, Unfallart
DGU TraumaRegister® questionnaire; Data are collected prospectively in four consecutive time phases from the site of the accident until discharge from hospital: A) Pre-hospital phase, B) Emergency room and initial surgery, C) Intensive care unit and D) Discharge. The documentation includes detailed information on demographics, injury pattern, comorbidities, pre- and in-hospital management, course on intensive care unit, relevant laboratory findings including data on transfusion and outcome of each individual. The inclusion criterion is admission to hospital via emergency room with subsequent ICU/ICM care or reach the hospital with vital signs and die before admission to ICU. The infrastructure for documentation, data management, and data analysis is provided by AUC - Academy for Trauma Surgery (AUC - Akademie der Unfallchirurgie GmbH), a company affiliated to the German Trauma Society. The scientific leadership is provided by the Committee on Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Trauma Management (Sektion NIS) of the German Trauma Society. The participating hospitals submit their data anon-ymously into a central database via a web-based application. Scientific data analysis is approved according to a peer review procedure established by Sektion NIS. TraumaRegister DGU® - Hinweise für die Publikation von Ergebnissen 5 März 2014 Seite 3 von 3 © 2014 TraumaRegister DGU® / AUC GmbH The participating hospitals are primarily located in Germany (90%), but a rising number of hospitals of other countries contribute data as well (at the moment from Austria, Belgium, China, Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and the United Arab Emirates). Currently, approx. 25,000 cases from more than 600 hospitals are entered into the database per year. Participation in TraumaRegister DGU® is voluntary. For hospitals associated with TraumaNetzwerk DGU®, however, the entry of at least a basic data set is obligatory for reasons of quality assurance. www.traumaregister-dgu.de
- 20.07.18 - 1 Formular, 14 Itemgruppen, 82 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Patient information, Aufnahme, Vital signs, Atmung, Glasgow Coma Scale, Pupillen, Blood test, Diagnostics, Volumengabe, Therapy (til Intensive Care), First surgical intervention, Hemostasis Therapy, Medikamentöse Gerinnungstherapie, Further treatment
DGU TraumaRegister® questionnaire; Data are collected prospectively in four consecutive time phases from the site of the accident until discharge from hospital: A) Pre-hospital phase, B) Emergency room and initial surgery, C) Intensive care unit and D) Discharge. The documentation includes detailed information on demographics, injury pattern, comorbidities, pre- and in-hospital management, course on intensive care unit, relevant laboratory findings including data on transfusion and outcome of each individual. The inclusion criterion is admission to hospital via emergency room with subsequent ICU/ICM care or reach the hospital with vital signs and die before admission to ICU. The infrastructure for documentation, data management, and data analysis is provided by AUC - Academy for Trauma Surgery (AUC - Akademie der Unfallchirurgie GmbH), a company affiliated to the German Trauma Society. The scientific leadership is provided by the Committee on Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Trauma Management (Sektion NIS) of the German Trauma Society. The participating hospitals submit their data anon-ymously into a central database via a web-based application. Scientific data analysis is approved according to a peer review procedure established by Sektion NIS. TraumaRegister DGU® - Hinweise für die Publikation von Ergebnissen 5 März 2014 Seite 3 von 3 © 2014 TraumaRegister DGU® / AUC GmbH The participating hospitals are primarily located in Germany (90%), but a rising number of hospitals of other countries contribute data as well (at the moment from Austria, Belgium, China, Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and the United Arab Emirates). Currently, approx. 25,000 cases from more than 600 hospitals are entered into the database per year. Participation in TraumaRegister DGU® is voluntary. For hospitals associated with TraumaNetzwerk DGU®, however, the entry of at least a basic data set is obligatory for reasons of quality assurance. www.traumaregister-dgu.de
- 21.07.18 - 1 Formular, 7 Itemgruppen, 33 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Patient Information, A, B, C, D, E, F
- 21.07.18 - 1 Formular, 14 Itemgruppen, 61 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Aufnahme, Erstuntersuchung/Symptome, Diagnostik, Thrombolyse/Rekanalisation, Verlegung innerhalb 12 h, Behinderung, wenn Verlegung nicht innerhalb von 12 h, Weitere Diagnostik, Risikofaktoren, Therapiemaßnahmen / Frühe Sekundärprävention, Therapie, Komplikationen (nur im Verlauf erworben), Behinderung bei Behandlungsende, Sekundärprophylaxe bei Behandlungsende (einschließlich Empfehlung im Entlassungsbrief), Entlassung
- 21.07.18 - 1 Formular, 1 Itemgruppe, 16 Datenelemente, 1 Sprache
Itemgruppe: Basisdokumentation
- 29.07.18 - 1 Formular, 3 Itemgruppen, 16 Datenelemente, 2 Sprachen
Itemgruppen: Basisdaten, Verlauf 1. Jahr nach Kreislaufstillstand, Tod