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Definition

The main reason for the admission, to any hospital, of a person within 28 days of discharge from an episode of admitted patient care for acute coronary syndrome, as represented by a code.

Components

Data Element (this item)

Representation

This representation is based on the value domain for this data element, more information is available at " Reason for readmission following acute coronary syndrome episode code N[N] ".
Data Type Number
Format N[N]
Maximum character length 2
Values
Value Meaning Start Date End Date
Permissible Values 1 ST elevation myocardial infarction
2 non-ST elevation ACS with high-risk features
3 non-ST elevation ACS with intermediate-risk features
4 non-ST elevation ACS with low-risk features
5 Planned Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)
6 Planned Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG)
7 Heart Failure (without MI)
8 Arrhythmia (without MI)
9 Conduction disturbance (without MI)
88 Non-cardiac cause
Supplementary Values 99 Not stated/inadequately described

Comments

Guide for use:

The reason for readmission may be for cardiac or non-cardiac related causes.

Comments:

This metadata item is designed to identify recurrent admissions following an initial presentation with acute coronary syndromes (ACS), not necessarily to the hospital responsible for the index admission.

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Relation Count
Inclusion in Data Set Specifications 3
Inclusion in Data Distributions 0
As a numerator in an Indicator 0
As a denominator in an Indicator 0
As a disaggregation in an Indicator 0