SDIG

(redirected from Secondary diagnosis)
AcronymDefinition
SDIGSustainable Development in Government (UK)
SDIGSous-Direction de l'Information Générale (French: Sub-Directorate General Information)
SDIGSystem Development and Integration Group (Harman Professional)
SDIGSculptor Dwarf Irregular Galaxy (astronomy)
SDIGSecondary diagnosis (Social Security Administration)
SDIGService Development and Implementation Group (UK)
SDIGState Documents Interest Group (Documents Association of New Jersey)
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People in Coventry were admitted to hospital with a primary or secondary diagnosis of obesity on 6,515 occasions in 2017/18.
In the 12 months to March 2018, the rate in Telford & Wrekin was 2,018 people treated for obesity as a primary or secondary diagnosis for every 100,000 residents, according to the latest NHS data, and 1,567 for Shropshire.
People inCoventrywere admitted to hospital with a primary or secondary diagnosis of obesity on 6,515 occasions in 2017/18.
People in Birmingham were admitted to hospital with a primary or secondary diagnosis of obesity on 14,265 occasions in 2017/18.
Data from NHS Digital reveals that there were 4,500 hospital admissions with a primary or secondary diagnosis of obesity in Northumberland in 2017-18.
Data released by NHS Digital reveals there were 4,500 hospital admissions with a primary or secondary diagnosis of obesity in Northumberland in 2017-18.
The under-18s were given a "secondary diagnosis of homelessness" by doctors after being taken to A&E and admitted for something else.
New figures show there were around 9,220 occasions on which people were treated at University Hospitals of Leicester in 2017/18 with a primary or secondary diagnosis of anxiety.
A secondary diagnosis of chronic kidney disease (CKD), coded five years ago, apparently--but completely unbeknownst to me!
The researchers found an estimated 939,608 inpatient admissions (59.3 percent male; overall mean age, 49.4 years) in the United States because of eye trauma diagnoses, with 82.9 percent of these being a secondary diagnosis. The incidence of primary eye trauma decreased from 3.9 to 3 per 100,000 population, while the incidence of eye trauma as a secondary admitting diagnosis increased from 14.5 to 19 per 100,000 population.
Overall, 5,605 patients had alopecia areata, which was the secondary diagnosis more than 99% of the time.
Hospital-acquired conditions eligible for inclusion in the original 2008 HAC payment provision were required to fulfill two of the following criteria: (1) high cost, high volume, or both; (2) result in higher hospital payment when present as a secondary diagnosis; and (3) can be reasonably prevented through the application of evidence-based guidelines (The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services 2015).