CDISC Clinical Data Element Glossary

CDISC Clinical Data Element Glossary, 2013-04-12
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C101836Clinical Data Element GlossaryThe terminology relevant to the CDISC Clinical Data Element Glossary.CDISC Clinical Data Element Glossary Terminology
AmyloidosisC2868A disorder characterized by the localized or diffuse accumulation of amyloid protein in various anatomic sites. It may be primary, due to clonal plasma cell proliferations; secondary, due to long standing infections, chronic inflammatory disorders, or malignancies; or familial. It may affect the nerves, skin, tongue, joints, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys and adrenal glands.Amyloidosis
Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular DysplasiaC84571A rare genetic disorder characterized by cardiomyopathy affecting the right ventricle. The heart tissue is replaced by fibrous and adipose tissues. It is characterized by ventricular arrhythmia and right ventricular dysfunction. It is a cause of sudden death.Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia
Arterial DissectionC99704A tear within the wall of the artery.Arterial Dissection
Atrial Septal DefectC84473A congenital disorder characterized by the presence of a defect (opening) in the septum that separates the two atria of the heart.Atrial Septal Defect
Beta-Adrenergic AntagonistC29576Natural or synthetic beta adrenergic antagonists selectively or non-selectively blocking or diminishing physiologic beta-adrenergic agonist actions on the sympathetic system. This group of antagonists are generally used for treatment of hypertension, cardiac arrhythmias, angina pectoris, glaucoma, migraine headaches, and anxiety.Beta-Adrenergic Antagonist
BlindedC49068A characteristic of experimental design in which one or more groups involved (receiving, administering, or evaluating intervention) are unaware of which intervention any particular subject is receiving.Blinded
Bradycardia ArrestC99530Cardiac arrest that was a result of bradycardia.Bradycardia Arrest
Cardiac ArrestC50479Cardiac arrest is the non-fatal, sudden cessation of cardiac activity so that the victim subject/patient becomes unresponsive, with no normal breathing and no signs of circulation. Cardiac arrest should be used to signify an event as described above that is reversed, usually by CPR, and/or defibrillation or cardioversion, or cardiac pacing.Cardiac Arrest
Cardiac Pacemaker OversensingC99529Inappropriate pacemaker detection of electrical signals not related to cardiac depolarization of the lead chamber.Cardiac Pacemaker Oversensing
Cardiac Pacemaker UndersensingC99541Failure of pacemaker to detect appropriate cardiac depolarizations.Cardiac Pacemaker Undersensing
Cardiac PerforationC73502The presence of an acquired hole in the heart. Cardiac perforation may or may not be symptomatic and may or may not be self sealing.Cardiac Perforation
Cardiac TamponadeC50481Compression of the heart caused by increased intrapericardial pressure due to the collection of blood or fluid in the pericardial space. Cardiac tamponade should usually be documented by either: Echocardiogram showing pericardial fluid and signs of tamponade such as right heart compromise, or systemic hypotension due to pericardial fluid compromising cardiac function.Cardiac Tamponade
Cardiac Therapeutic ProcedureC80430A therapeutic procedure to treat pathologic structural or functional disorders of the heart.Cardiac Therapeutic Procedure
Cardiac Valve ProcedureC99546Surgical replacement and/or repair of a cardiac valve, by any approach. This includes percutaneous valve procedures and valvuloplasty.Cardiac Valve Procedure
Cardiogenic ShockC50482Cardiogenic shock is defined as a sustained (greater than30 minutes) episode of systolic blood pressure less than90 mm Hg, and/or cardiac index less than2.2 L/min/m2 determined to be secondary to cardiac dysfunction, and/or the requirement for parenteral inotropic or vasopressor agents or mechanical support (e.g., Intra aortic balloon pump (IABP), extracorporeal circulation, ventricular assist devices) to maintain blood pressure and cardiac index above those specified levels.Cardiogenic Shock
Cerebral Artery DiseaseC2938A disorder resulting from inadequate blood flow in the arteries that supply the brain. The diagnostic criteria may include current or previous history of the following: Ischemic stroke, TIA, Noninvasive or invasive arterial imaging test demonstrating greater than or equal to 50% stenosis of any of the major extracranial or intracranial vessels to the brain; Previous cervical or cerebral artery revascularization surgery or percutaneous intervention.Cerebrovascular Disorder
Chronic Kidney DiseaseC80078Chronic kidney disease is defined as either kidney damage or GFR less than 60 ml/min/1.73 m2 for greater than or equal to 3 months. Kidney damage is de?ned as pathologic abnormalities or markers of damage, including abnormalities in blood or urine tests or imaging studies.Chronic Kidney Disease
Chronic Lung DiseaseC98541A persistent non-neoplastic disorder of the lungs. Representative examples include: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis, pneumoconiosis, asbestosis, atelectasis, radiation induced pneumonitis, and radiation fibrosis.Chronic Lung Disorder
Common Cardiac VentricleC99542Common ventricle is an umbrella term used to describe several very different complex congenital heart defects that share the same problem: the heart has only one functional ventricle (anatomically right or left or indeterminate) supplying the systemic circulation. These defects include tricuspid atresia, hypoplastic left or right heart syndrome, double outlet right ventricle, double inlet left ventricle, and other forms of single ventricle defects.Common Ventricle Disorder
Contrast AgentC390Substances administered during diagnostic procedures that allows delineation of internal structures. Contrast agents appear opaque due to the difference in absorption of X-rays or other electromagnetic waves and surrounding tissue.Contrast Agent
Coronary Artery DiseaseC26732Narrowing of the coronary arteries due to fatty deposits inside the arterial walls. The diagnostic criteria may include documented history of any of the following: documented coronary artery stenosis greater than or equal to 50% (by cardiac catheterization or other modality of direct imaging of the coronary arteries); previous coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG); previous percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI); previous myocardial infarction.Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary Lesion TreatedC80475The coronary lesions treated during a PCI (Percutaneous Coronary Intervention) procedure.Coronary Lesions Treated
Deep Venous ThrombosisC49343A blood clot (thrombus) in a deep vein in the lower extremity.Deep Vein Thrombosis
DepressionC2982Depressed MoodA melancholy feeling of sadness and despair.Depression
Diabetes MellitusC2985A metabolic disorder characterized by abnormally high blood sugar levels due to diminished production of insulin or insulin resistance/desensitization.Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes TherapyC99532A therapeutic modality used to aide in the management of an individual's diabetes.Diabetes Therapy
DialysisC15221A procedure to remove toxic substances from the blood that is used in patients with end-stage chronic kidney disease or acute kidney failure. This includes hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.Dialysis
Disease PresentationC99554The compilation of symptoms and/or clinical manifestation of any abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort, dysfunction, or distress to the person affected or those in contact with the person. The term is often used broadly to include injuries, disabilities, syndromes, symptoms, deviant behaviors, and atypical variations of structure and function.Disease Presentation
DyslipidemiaC80385A lipoprotein metabolism disorder characterized by decreased levels of high-density lipoproteins, or elevated levels of plasma cholesterol, low-density lipoproteins and/or triglycerides.Dyslipidemia
Ebstein's AnomalyC84681A rare congenital heart malformation characterized by apical displacement of the tricuspid valve into the right ventricle. The defect involves both the right ventricle and the tricuspid valve, and can lead to cardiomyopathy and tachyarrhythmias.Ebstein Anomaly
Family History of Coronary Artery DiseaseC80398History of a first-degree relative (less than 55 years for male relatives or less than 65 years for female relatives) having had any of the following: coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction, coronary artery bypass graft surgery, percutaneous coronary intervention, or sudden cardiac death without obvious cause.Family History of Coronary Artery Disease
Family History of Sudden Cardiac DeathC80397A first-degree relative (parent, sibling, child) documented to have died suddenly of a presumed cardiac etiology without other obvious cause.History of Sudden Cardiac Death
FluoroscopyC16588Examination of the tissues and deep structures of the body by x-ray, using the fluoroscope, a device that produces an image when x-rays strike a fluorescent screen.Fluoroscopy
Fractional Flow ReserveC99533A lesion-specific measure of stenosis severity within a blood vessel.Fractional Flow Reserve of Vessel
Fractional Flow Reserve RatioC99534The pressure distal to the stenosis divided by the pressure proximal to the stenosis. This ratio is equal to maximum blood flow in the vessel with stenosis divided by the maximum hypothetical blood flow without stenosis.Fractional Flow Reserve Ratio of Vessel
Great Vessels TranspositionC84742Transposition of Great VesselsTransposition of the great vessels is a congenital heart defect in which the two main arteries leaving the heart are reversed (transposed).Transposition of Great Vessels
Heart FailureC50577Inability of the heart to pump blood at an adequate rate to meet tissue metabolic requirements. Clinical symptoms of heart failure include: unusual dyspnea on light exertion, recurrent dyspnea occurring in the supine position, fluid retention; or rales, jugular venous distension, pulmonary edema on physical exam, or pulmonary edema on chest x-ray presumed to be cardiac dysfunction.Heart Failure
HematomaC50579A localized collection of blood, usually clotted, in an organ, space, or tissue, due to a break in the wall of a blood vessel.Hematoma
Hemodynamic InstabilityC99536A state of hypoperfusion that does not support normal organ perfusion or function. It can include periods of reduced, unstable, or abnormal blood pressure with near syncope, or episodes of syncope.Hemodynamic Instability
Hemorrhagic Cerebrovascular AccidentC95803An acute episode of focal or global cerebral or spinal dysfunction caused by intraparenchymal, intraventricular, or subarachnoid hemorrhage.Hemorrhagic Cerebrovascular Accident
HemothoraxC50582Accumulation of blood in the thorax.Hemothorax
HIV InfectionC3108Any state accompanied by evidence of human immunodeficiency virus in the body (positive test for HIV genome, cDNA, proteins, antigens, or antibodies).HIV Infection
Home Oxygen TherapyC99516Treatment in which a storage tank of oxygen or a machine called a compressor is used at home to give oxygen to people for the treatment of chronic lung disease.Home Oxygen Therapy
HypertensionC3117Pathological increase in blood pressure defined as one of the following: History of hypertension diagnosed and treated with medication, diet, and/or exercise; On at least 2 separate occasions, documented blood pressure greater than 140 mm Hg systolic and/or 90 mm Hg diastolic in patients without diabetes or chronic kidney disease, or blood pressure greater than 130 mm Hg systolic or 80 mm Hg diastolic in patients with diabetes or chronic kidney disease; Currently on pharmacological therapy for the treatment of hypertension.Hypertension
Hypertrophic CardiomyopathyC34449A condition in which the myocardium is hypertrophied without an obvious cause. The hypertrophy is generally asymmetric and may be associated with obstruction of the ventricular outflow tract.Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
Intravascular UltrasoundC99535IVUSAn invasive procedure in which sound waves (called ultrasound) are bounced off of vascular tissues from within the vessel and the echoes produce a picture (sonogram).Intravascular Ultrasound
Ischemic Cerebrovascular AccidentC95802Ischemic stroke is defined as an acute episode of focal cerebral, spinal, or retinal dysfunction caused by infarction of central nervous system tissue.Ischemic Cerebrovascular Accident
Left Heart CatheterizationC80413The passage of a catheter into the left ventricle for the purposes of angiography, measurement of ventricular pressures, and/or oxygen saturation.Left Heart Catheterization
Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis PercentageC80492Percent luminal narrowing of the left main coronary artery, at the point of maximal stenosis of the left main coronary artery.Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis, Percentage
Left Ventricular Non-Compaction SyndromeC99544This is an uncommon congenital abnormality where the left ventricular myocardium fails to compact during embryonic development, leading to cardiomyopathy with a variable degree of ventricular dysfunction. There is genetic heterogeneity and phenotypic variability. Characteristically, there are typically deep trabeculations in the non-compacted area, with varying proportions of the LV myocardium compacted. LV non-compaction is associated with rhythm abnormalities including Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, conduction defects, and ventricular tachyarrhythmias.Left Ventricular Non-Compaction Syndrome
Life Expectancy of an IndividualC99547Estimate of future survival of subject.Life Expectancy of an Individual
Mechanical Circulatory SupportC99540Use of a device to replace the function of a cardiac ventricle. This includes use of cardiopulmonary bypass, left ventricular assist device (LVAD), intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP) and/or extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).Mechanical Circulatory Support
Mechanical Circulatory Support Placement TimingC99539A description of when a mechanical circulatory support device was placed.Mechanical Circulatory Support Placement Timing
Medical ContraindicationC50646A symptom or medical condition that makes a particular treatment or procedure inadvisable because a person is likely to have a bad reaction.Medical Contraindication
Non-system DelayC99551A patient condition that delays a procedure.Patient Condition Delay
Old Myocardial InfarctionC35205History of Myocardial InfarctionDocumented history of previous myocardial infarction (MI), typically with objective evidence via positive biomarkers of myocardial necrosis.Old Myocardial Infarction
Packed Red Blood Cell TransfusionC15409Red Blood Cell TransfusionThe intravenous administration of red blood cells (whole blood without the plasma) into an individual.Packed Red Blood Cell Transfusion
Peripheral Arterial DiseaseC84496A disorder of the arteries supplying the upper and lower extremity and the visceral organs. This includes the mesenteric arteries, the renal arteries and the aorta. This excludes cerebrovascular arterial disease. This is defined as any one of the following: Claudication, either with exertion or at rest, amputation for arterial vascular insufficiency, vascular reconstruction, bypass surgery, or percutaneous intervention to the extremities, documented aortic aneurysm with or without repair, vascular angiography demonstrating a 50% or greater stenosis of a major peripheral arterial vessel, positive noninvasive test for peripheral arterial disease, including an ankle-brachial index less than or equal to 0.9, ultrasound, magnetic resonance or computed tomography imaging demonstrating a 50% or greater stenosis of a major peripheral arterial vessel.Peripheral Arterial Disorder
Permanent Cardiac PacemakerC99552A pacemaker where the generator is implanted inside the body.Permanent Cardiac Pacemaker
PneumothoraxC38006Abnormal presence of air in the pleural cavity.Pneumothorax
Primary Cause of DeathC99531The first significant abnormal event which ultimately led to death.Primary Cause of Death
Primary Valvular DiseaseC99545Primary valvular heart disease is defined by heart disease that is primarily due to a valvular defect or abnormality. Valve disease that is felt to be significant but does not fulfill the definition for primary valvular heat disease is considered contributory valvular heart disease.Primary Valvular Disorder
Pulmonary EmbolismC50713The obstruction of the pulmonary artery or one of its branches by an embolus, sometimes associated with infarction of the lung.Pulmonary Embolism
SarcoidosisC34995An idiopathic inflammatory disorder characterized by the formation of non-necrotizing epithelioid granulomas which contain giant cells. It usually affects the lungs, lymph nodes, liver, eyes, and skin. Cardiac involvement is also possible.Sarcoidosis
Significant Arterial DissectionC99709A dissection that impairs flow. These include Type C (a persisting contrast medium extravasations in the presence of ischemia), Type D (a spiral filling defect with delayed but complete distal flow) , Type E (persistent filling defect with delayed antegrade flow) and Type F (filling defect with impaired flow and total occlusion).Significant Arterial Dissection
Sinus Node FunctionC100053Descriptions of electrical activity and conduction involving the sinoatrial node.Sinus Node Functional Assessment
Sleep ApneaC26884Cessation of breathing for short periods during sleep. It is classified as obstructive, central, or mixed obstructive-central.Sleep Apnea
Sleep StudyC99553Measurement of physiologic parameters during sleep.Sleep Study
Structural Heart AbnormalitiesC99538An anatomic deformity of the heart, structures within the heart, ventricles or great vessels.Structural Heart Abnormality
SyncopeC35053Sudden loss of consciousness with loss of postural tone, not related to anesthesia, with spontaneous recovery as reported by patient or observer. A subject may experience syncope when supine. Syncope is often caused by insufficient blood supply to the brain.Syncope
Tobacco UseC18059Use of tobacco in any form i.e. smoking, chewing or sniffing.Tobacco Use
Venous ThromboembolismC99537Occlusion of the lumen of a vein by a thrombus that has migrated from a distal site via the blood stream.Venous Thromboembolism
Ventricular ArrhythmiaC26924Abnormal heart beat resulting from a pathologic process in the cardiac ventricles.Ventricular Arrhythmia
Ventricular Septal DefectC84506The presence of a defect (opening) in the septum that separates the two ventricles of the heart. The VSD can be congenital or acquired.Ventricular Septal Defect
Ventricular Tachycardia/Ventricular Fibrillation ArrestC99522A cardiac arrest attributed to ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation.Ventricular Tachycardia/Ventricular Fibrillation Arrest
Vital StatusC25717The state or condition of being living or deceased; also includes the case where the vital status is unknown.Vital Status
Whole Blood TransfusionC62749The injection of whole blood or a blood component directly into the bloodstream.Whole Blood Transfusion
Abnormal Intraventricular ConductionC99543An atypical passage of electrical impulses through the cardiac ventricles. This includes fascicular blocks, bundle branch blocks, non-specific conduction delays and ventricular pacing.Abnormal Intraventricular Conduction
Antitachycardia PacingC101245Delivery of electrical impulses to the heart at a faster rate than the intrinsic rate during an episode of tachycardia, in an attempt to terminate the abnormal tachycardia.Antitachycardia Pacing
Aorta DiseaseC101253Pathology involving the thoracic, thoracoabdominal, or abdominal aorta (including aneurysms).Aorta Disease
Appropriate TreatmentC101247Correct activity that produces an effect, or that is intended to alter the course of a disease in a patient or population. This is a general term that encompasses the medical, social, behavioral, and environmental acts that can have preventive, therapeutic, or palliative effects.Appropriate Treatment
Arterial Access Closure MethodC100057A device or treatment used to stop bleeding and close the location of arterial entry following a percutaneous coronary intervention.Arterial Access Closure
Arterial Access SiteC100056Anatomical location where an artery was accessed for a diagnostic or therapeutic procedure.Arterial Access Site
Atrial ArrhythmiaC80503Abnormal heart beat resulting from a pathologic process in the cardiac atria.Atrial Arrhythmia
Cardiac AblationC100068A procedure intended to eliminate or modify a focus or re-entry circuit that causes an arrhythmia.Cardiac Ablation
Cardiac Diagnostic ProcedureC100084Procedure to evaluate the structure and/or function of the heart.Cardiac Diagnostic Procedure
Cardiac RehabilitationC101234A medically supervised program to improve the health and well-being of people who have heart problems. This may include exercise training, education on heart healthy living, and/or counseling to reduce stress.Cardiac Rehabilitation
Cardiac Stent PlacementC100080A procedure performed during a percutaneous coronary intervention in which a device is deployed into the lumen of a coronary artery to expand and support the vessel wall such that the vessel remains patent and blood flow is uninhibited.Cardiac Stent Placement
Cardiac Valve InjuryC100069An event that causes abnormal valve function. This is usually a tear in leaflet or chordae tendineae and manifests as a new regurgitant.Cardiac Valve Injury
Cardioverter Defibrillator Shock TherapyC101251Delivery of strong electrical impulses by a cardioverter defibrillator to return the electrical activity of the heart to normal.Cardioverter Defibrillator Shock Therapy
Chagas DiseaseC84629A parasitic infection caused by Trypanosoma cruzi and transmitted by the reduviid bug. It is characterized by an acute and chronic phase; in the acute phase patients may have fever, malaise, and swelling at the site of the insect bite. In the chronic phase patients develop hepatosplenomegaly, lymphadenopathy, cardiomyopathy and arrhythmias.Chagas Disease
Chronic Total Coronary Artery OcclusionC100062Pro-longed complete obstruction of the coronary artery.Chronic Total Coronary Artery Occlusion
Comfort MeasuresC15292The patient- and family-centered active holistic care of patients with advanced, progressive disease. Essential components of palliative care are: pain and symptom control, communication regarding treatment and alternatives, prognosis, and available services, rehabilitation services, care that addresses treatment and palliative concerns, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual needs, terminal care, support in bereavement. The goal of palliative care is an achievement of the best quality of life for patients and their families.Palliative Therapy
Conduction BlockC34665An injury to the specialized cardiac conduction system that results in impaired signal transmission.Heart Block
Coronary Artery GraftC100064A vessel segment attached to a coronary artery to facilitate myocardial perfusion.Coronary Artery Graft
Coronary Artery PerforationC100083A dissection that extends through the full thickness of the arterial wall.Coronary Artery Perforation
Coronary LesionC100063Pathologic material in a vessel that obstructs myocardial perfusion.Coronary Vessel Lesion
Coronary Lesion ComplexityC100066Characteristics of coronary lesions that contribute to procedural risk during percutaneous coronary intervention.Coronary Lesion Complexity
Coronary ReperfusionC100067Procedures intended to re-establish normal coronary flow. Reperfusion therapy includes thrombolysis and primary PCI. Reperfusion therapy also includes pre-hospital thrombolytics.Coronary Reperfusion Procedure
Coronary Sinus/Left Ventricular LeadC80463The wire which allows a pacemaker or defibrillator to stimulate the left ventricle, often positioned in the coronary sinus.Ventricular Lead
Coronary Venous DissectionC100070A tear within the wall of a coronary vein.Coronary Venous Dissection
Coronary Vessel Bifurcation LesionC101233Bifurcation LesionA lesion found in the division of a vessel into at least two branches, each of which is 1.5 mm or greater in diameter.Coronary Vessel Bifurcation Lesion
Culprit LesionC100072The lesion indicated is considered to be responsible for the acute coronary syndrome.Coronary Culprit Lesion
Defibrillation ThresholdC101236The lowest energy where a defibrillator device terminates an arrhythmia in a particular subject.Defibrillation Threshold
Device DeploymentC101231The act of instantiating, positioning or activating a medical device inside of the body.Medical Device Deployment
Diagnostic Coronary AngiographyC100085A procedure in which the catheter is passed into the aortic root or other great vessels for the purpose of angiography of the native coronary arteries or bypass grafts supplying native coronary arteries.Coronary Angiography
Electrophysiology StudyC80414A cardiac procedure performed under fluoroscopy to determine the area of the heart that is the source of aberrant electrical impulses that give rise to arrhythmias. Aberrant pathways can be terminated by ablation.Cardiac Electrophysiology Study
Exercise Stress TestC100073The procedure in which physical activity is used to elicit signs and symptoms of myocardial ischemia.Cardiac Stress Test
Exercise CounselingC101235A process by which a health professional creates a regimen of physical activity intended to maintain or improve the health of a subject.Exercise Counseling
ExplantationC101248A surgical procedure that removes something that was implanted in the body.Explantation
Giant Cell MyocarditisC97055An often fatal inflammatory disorder that affects the myocardium. Morphologically, it is characterized by the presence of an inflammatory infiltrate in the myocardial tissue that includes multinucleated giant cells. It is often associated with the presence of an autoimmune disorder, mediated by T lymphocytes. Patients present with arrhythmias and/or heart failure. Heart transplantation is the only treatment option available.Giant Cell Myocarditis
Guidewire Across LesionC100082A performance measure of procedural success during a percutaneous coronary intervention when a guidewire can be deployed across a coronary artery lesion.Guidewire Across Lesion
Implantable Cardioverter DefibrillatorC93238A battery-powered electrical impulse generator implanted in patients at risk of sudden cardiac death to detect cardiac arrhythmia and correct it by delivering a jolt of electricity.Implantable Cardioverter-defibrillator
ImplantationC51982A surgical procedure that places something in the body.Implantation
Implantation SiteC77678The anatomic site at which a material such as a tissue, graft, device or radioactive material is inserted with some intended degree of permanence. This term may also refer to the site of the uterus at which the early embryo is attached.Implantation Site
In Situ Existing LeadC101239Existing LeadAn insulated electrical conductor designed to connect to an electrical device for which the lead is in situ.In Situ Existing Lead
In Stent RestenosisC100081Luminal narrowing within the stented segment of a vessel.In Stent Restenosis
Intra-Aortic Balloon PumpC100087Medical device that increases myocardial oxygen perfusion while at the same time increasing cardiac output.Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump
Intracoronary DeviceC101232A device placed within the coronary anatomy.Intracoronary Device
Ischemic Risk ScoreC100074The relative risk of developing ischemia determined by a cardiac stress test.Cardiac Ischemic Risk Score
Lead DislodgementC101241Movement of a lead away from the original implantation site.Lead Dislodgment
Lead FunctionC101238An indicator to describe whether the electrical lead device is performing as intended.Cardiac Lead Function Indicator
Lead PerforationC101246Penetration of a lead through an anatomical structure such as systemic vein, coronary vein, or the myocardium.Perforation due to Lead
Lead StatusC101240The state of an insulated wire designed to conduct energy from an electrical device to an anatomic site.In Situ Lead Status
Left Ventricular AneurysmC102654A bulge or ballooning in the wall of the left ventricle of the heart.Left Ventricular Aneurysm
Luminal Carotid ThrombusC100077A blood clot (thrombus) in the lumen of the carotid artery.Luminal Carotid Thrombus
Myocardial Perfusion ImagingC102676A procedure that obtains pictures that reflect blood flow in the heart muscle.Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
Non-Invasive Stress TestingC100075Procedures intended to evaluate cardiac function without insertion of intravascular equipment into the central circulation.Non-Invasive Cardiac Stress Test
Peripheral EmbolusC101249Acute occlusion of a peripheral blood vessel resulting from intravascular migration of material. Examples of embolic material include thrombus, fat, bone marrow, air, and amniotic fluid.Peripheral Embolus
Peripheral Nerve InjuryC101250Sensory or motor loss of peripheral nerve function due to a traumatic event.Peripheral Nerve Injury
Post-ProcedureC100059A time period after the procedure.Post-Procedure
Pre-ProcedureC100058A time period prior to the procedure.Pre-Procedure
Procedure Urgency StatusC101230The degree of urgency in which a medical procedure must be performed.Triage Status
RegurgitationC50726Flow in the opposite direction from normal, as the casting up of undigested food or gas from the stomach, or the backward flowing of blood into the heart, or between the chambers of the heart when a valve is incompetent.Regurgitation
ReimplantationC101242A surgical procedure that places something in the body that was previously lost or removed.Reimplantation
Renal Artery DiseaseC101254Pathology involving the main renal arteries or extrarenal arterial branches.Renal Artery Disease
Re-operationC50830Repeat performance of a surgical procedure or intervention.Repeated Surgical Procedure
SeverityC25676The degree of something undesirable e.g. pain or weather; also, strictness.Severity
Smoked TobaccoC100079Tobacco that is inhaled or puffed from a lit cigar, cigarette or pipe.Smoking Tobacco
Smokeless TobaccoC892Tobacco that is not smoked but used in another form such as chewing tobacco or snuff.Smokeless Tobacco
StenosisC50754Narrowing or stricture of a vessel, duct or canal.Stenosis
Stress Cardiac Magnetic Resonance ImagingC80409A study using magnetic resonance to observe cardiac activity during the administration of pharmacologic stressor.Stress Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Stress EchocardiographyC80407A procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to create an image of the heart under conditions such as exercise, pharmacologic agents or pacing intended to elicit signs and symptoms of myocardial ischemia.Stress Echocardiography
Substance Adverse EventC101243An unexpected or dangerous reaction to a substance (e.g., food, environmental agent).Substance Adverse Event
Substance AllergyC3114A local or general reaction of an organism following contact with a specific allergen to which it has been previously exposed and to which it has become sensitized.Hypersensitivity
Tobacco CounselingC101244A process by which a health professional provides education, recommendations, or interventions to help clients stop using tobacco products.Tobacco Cessation Counseling
Transplant Waiting ListC100078A registry of patients awaiting an organ transplant.Transplant Waiting List
Undetermined StrokeC3390An acute episode of focal or global neurological dysfunction caused by presumed brain, spinal cord, or retinal vascular injury as a result of hemorrhage or infarction but with insufficient information to allow categorization as ischemic or hemorrhagic.Cerebrovascular Accident
Upper Limit of Vulnerability for Induction of Ventricular FibrillationC101237Upper Limit of VulnerabilityStimulus strength above which electrical stimulation from a cardiac device cannot induce ventricular fibrillation even when the stimulus occurs during the vulnerable period of the cardiac cycle.Upper Limit of Vulnerability for Induction of Ventricular Fibrillation
Venous ObstructionC101252Partial or total occlusion of a vein.Venous Obstruction
Direct Observation TherapyC102624DOTThe therapy is dispensed and consumed under the direct supervision of personnel at a clinical site.Directly Observed Therapy
Disease OutcomeC18226A measurable result or effect of treatment on a disease. Examples of outcomes include decreased pain, reduced tumor size, or worsening of disease.Disease Outcome
Microbial Identification CertaintyC102667A qualification that describes the degree of certainty of the correctness of a microbial identification test result.Microbial Identification Certainty
Reason for TreatmentC102702The reason the treatment was administered.Reason for Treatment
Reason for Treatment InterruptionC102703The reason the drug or therapy was temporarily ceased.Reason for Treatment Interruption
Reason Treatment Not AdministeredC102704The reason the treatment was not administered.Reason Treatment Not Administered
Site of Directed TherapyC102710The physical location at which the medication or therapy was observed, by the healthcare provider, as being taken by the subject.Site of Directly Observed Therapy
Supporting Evidence for RetreatmentC102717Clinical evidence to support reason for re-treatment of disease.Supporting Evidence for Retreatment
Susceptibility Result CategoryC88023MSRESCATA classification of the finding from a susceptibility test.Microbiology Susceptibility Result Category
Susceptibility TestC85540A test done to determine whether the growth of specific bacteria is inhibited by a specific drug.Microbial Susceptibility Test
Treatment EpisodeC102720An indication of whether this is the individual's first time being treated for a disease or that they are receiving a subsequent treatment.Treatment Episode Indicator
Treatment Failure ReasonC102721The reason the drug or therapy was unsuccessful in treating the condition.Treatment Failure Reason
Vaccination Evidence SourceC102727Source of information regarding the subject's vaccination status.Vaccination Evidence Source
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