CDE Detailed Report

Disease: Spinal Cord Injury
Subdomain Name: Vital Signs and Other Body Measures
CRF: Vital Signs and Tests

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CDE ID CDE Name Variable Name Definition Short Description Question Text Permissible Values Description Data Type Disease Specific Instructions Disease Specific Reference Population Classification (e.g., Core) Version Number Version Date CRF Name (CRF Module / Guidance) Subdomain Name Domain Name Size Input Restrictions Min Value Max Value Measurement Type External Id Loinc External Id Snomed External Id caDSR External Id CDISC
C01565 Blood pressure systolic measurement BldPressrSystMeasr Measurement of pressure of the participant's blood against the artery walls during systole (the contraction phase) in millimeters of mercury (mmHg) Measurement of pressure of the participant's blood against the artery walls during systole (the contraction phase) in millimeters of mercury (mmHg) Blood Pressure Numeric Values

Record the systolic blood pressure of the participant/ subject. The standard unit for measuring blood pressure is mmHg, which is approximately equivalent to Torr.

No references availableKrassioukov A, Alexander MS, Karlsson AK, Donovan W, Mathias CJ, Biering-SØrensen F. International spinal cord injury cardiovascular function basic data set. Spinal Cord. 2010 Aug;48(8):586-90. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental 3.10 2024-03-11 10:40:09.0 Vital Signs and Tests Vital Signs and Other Body Measures Assessments and Examinations

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0 300 millimeter of mercury 2004289 C25298
C18127 Xray urinary tract other finding text XrayUrnTrctOthFindInd Free-text field to specify other findings from the urinary tract X-ray study Free-text field to specify other findings from the urinary tract X-ray stud Other findings Alphanumeric

Findings of any specific deviations from the normal state not documented above can be stated in a text-field, from where it will be possible to retrieve more detailed data whenever necessary. Because many possible findings exist, it is not practical to give an exact list of findings.

Biering-SØrensen F, Craggs M, Kennelly M, Schick E, Wyndaele J-J. International urinary tract imaging basic spinal cord injury data set. Spinal Cord 2009;47:379-83. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental 4.00 2013-07-17 09:26:37.0 Vital Signs and Tests Vital Signs and Other Body Measures Assessments and Examinations 255

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C06152 Imaging study urinary tract global result type ImgStdyUrnTrctGlblResltNormInd The type of results related to urinary tract from imaging of two kidneys The type of results related to urinary tract from imaging of two kidney Result Normal;Stasis/dilatation in upper urinary tract;Kidney stone;Stone in ureter;Bladder stone;Other findings Normal;Stasis/dilatation in upper urinary tract;Kidney stone;Stone in ureter;Bladder stone;Other findings Alphanumeric

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Normal: Normal anatomical conditions werefound at the investigation; in particular, no stasis or dilatation of the upper urinary tract or stones in the kidneys, ureters or bladder.
Stasis/dilatation in upper urinary tract: This means stasis or dilatation was found of the renal pelvis (hydronephrosis) and/or ureter (hydroureteris) at the right and/or the left side.
Kidney stone: This means urinary stone(s) was/were found in the renal pelvis or renal parenchyma at the right and/or the left side.
Stone in ureter: This means urinary stone(s) was/were found in the ureter at the right and/or the left side.
Bladder stone: This means urinary stone(s) was/were found in the urinary bladder. Stones of any kind or size qualify for documentation.
Other findings: Findings of any specific deviations from the normal state not documented above can be stated in a text-field, from where it will be possible to retrieve more detailed data whenever necessary. Because many possible findings exist, it is not practical to give an exact list of findings.

Biering-SØrensen F, Craggs M, Kennelly M, Schick E, Wyndaele J-J. International urinary tract imaging basic spinal cord injury data set. Spinal Cord 2009;47:379-83. Adult Supplemental 4.00 2013-07-17 09:26:37.0 Vital Signs and Tests Vital Signs and Other Body Measures Assessments and Examinations

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C18608 Kidney left excretory function measurement KdnyLtExcrtryFuncMeasr The percentage of excretory function for the left kidney. The combined excretory function for the two kidneys is 100 % The percentage of excretory function for the left kidney. The combined excretory function for the two kidneys is 100 Left side Numeric Values

Document the excretory function percentage for each kidney to the nearest integer. If only one kidney is functioning, the coding will be 100 % for the functioning kidney and 0 % for the non-functioning kidney.

Biering-SØrensen F, Craggs M, Kennelly M, Schick E, Wyndaele J-J. International urinary tract imaging basic spinal cord injury data set. Spinal Cord 2009;47:379-83. Adult Supplemental 1.00 2013-08-29 00:00:00.0 Vital Signs and Tests Vital Signs and Other Body Measures Assessments and Examinations

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C06259 Bladder function detrusor function type BldrFuncDetrusorFunctionTyp Type of magnitude of the detrusor function on the participant/subject Type of magnitude of the detrusor function on the participant/subject Detrusor function Normal;Neurogenic detrusor overactivity;Underactive detrusor;Acontractile detrusor;Unknown Detrusor function allows bladder filling with little or no change in pressure. No involuntary phasic contractions occur despite provocation. Normal voiding is achieved by a voluntary initiated continuous detrusor contraction that leads to complete bladder emptying within a normal time span, and in the absence of obstruction. For a given detrusor contraction, the magnitude of the recorded pressure rise will depend on the degree of outlet resistance (Abrams et al. 2002).;Is a urodynamic observation in individuals with a neurological condition characterized by involuntary detrusor contractions during the filling phase which may be spontaneous or provoked (Abrams et al. 2002).;Is defined as a contraction of reduced strength and/or duration, resulting in prolonged bladder emptying and/or a failure to achieve complete bladder emptying within a normal time span (Abrams et al. 2002).;Is one that cannot be demonstrated to contract during urodynamic studies (Abrams et al. 2002).;Is used if the observation regarding detrusor function is not available. Alphanumeric

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Abrams P, Cardozo L, Fall M, Griffiths D, Rosier P, Ulmsten U, van Kerrebroeck P, Victor A, Wein A. The Standardisation of Terminology of Lower Urinary Tract Function: Report from the Standardisation Sub-committee of the International Continence Society. Neurourology and Urodynamics 2002:21;167-78. Biering-SØrensen F, Craggs M, Kennelly M, Schick E, Wyndaele JJ. International urodynamic basic spinal cord injury data set. Spinal Cord 2008 Jul;46(7):513-6. Adult Supplemental 3.00 2013-07-17 09:26:36.973 Vital Signs and Tests Vital Signs and Other Body Measures Assessments and Examinations

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