Injection Drug Use - Maricopa County Department of Public Health

This syndrome attempts to capture Opioid, Cocaine and Meth Injection Drug Use hospital visits. The syndrome was developed using NSSP ESSNECE and evaluated on Maricopa County emergency department and inpatient data. Fields used in ESSENCE include Admit Reason Combo, Cheif Complaint History and Discharge Diagnosis.

Surveillance System: 
ESSENCE (NSSP)
Syndrome Definition: 

(,(,^T43.62[1-4]^,or,^T4362[1-4]^,or, ^T40.[0-4]X[1-4]^,or,^T40[0-4]X[1-4]^,or,^T40.6[09][1-4]^,or,^T406[09][1-4]^,or,^F11.[129]^,or,^F11[129]^,andnot,(,^F11.[12][1]^,or,^F11[12][1]^,),or, ^T40.5X[1-4]^,or,^T405X[1-4]^, or,^F14.[129]^,or,^F14[129]^,),andnot,(,^F14.[12]1^,or,^F14[12]1^,),or, ^T40.1X[1-4]^,or,^T401X[1-4]^,),),AND,(,^IN[JG]ECT^,OR,^NEEDLE^,OR,^SKIN POP^,OR,^SYRINGE^,OR,^TRACK MARK^,OR,^SHOOTING^,OR,(,^INTRAVENOUS DRUG^,OR,^DRUG INTRAVENOUS^,OR,^INTRAVENOUS METH^,OR,^ METH INTRAVENOUS^,OR,^METHAMPHETAMINE INTRAVENOUS^, ANDNOT,( ,^METHOTREXATE^,OR,^METHTREXATE^,),),OR,^INTRAVENOUS HER[IO][OI]N^,OR,^HER[IO][OI]N INTRAVENOUS^,OR,^INTRAVENOUS OPIATE^,OR,^OPIATE INTRAVENOUS^,OR,^INTRAVENOUS PERCOC^,OR,^PERCOCET INTRAVENOUS^,or,^INTRAVENOUS COCAINE^,OR,^COCAINE INTRAVENOUS^,)
 

Attached Syntax Platform: 
ESSENCE
Author: 
Submitting Author Organization: 
Maricopa County Department of Public Health
Submitting Author Email: 
rasneet.kumar@maricopa.gov
Syndrome Category: 

December 12, 2018

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