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All registrations to the National Records of Scotland of deaths
The General / Acute and Inpatient Day Case dataset (SMR01) collects episode level data on hospital inpatient and day case discharges from acute specialities from hospitals in Scotland.
The Maternity Inpatient and Day Case dataset (SMR02) collects episode level data every time a mother goes in for an obstetric event (this can be an antenatal, delivery or postnatal episode).
The Mental Health Inpatient and Day Case dataset (SMR04) collects episode level data on patients who are receiving care at psychiatric hospitals at the point of both admission and discharge.
The Outpatients (SMR00) dataset collects episode level data from patients on new and follow up appointments at outpatient clinics in all specialities (except A&E and Genito-Urinary Medicine).
The Scottish Intensive Care Society Audit Group (SICSAG) has maintained a national database of patients admitted to adult general Intensive Care Units (ICU) in Scotland since 1995. Each line relates to a day of stay in critical care.
The Scottish Intensive Care Society Audit Group (SICSAG) has maintained a national database of patients admitted to adult general Intensive Care Units (ICU) in Scotland since 1995. Each line relates to an ‘episode of care’ in critical care.
There are two types of data submitted to the A&E DataMart: episode and aggregate level data. All hospitals with Emergency Departments submit episode level data containing a detailed record for each patient attendance.
The Scottish Birth Record (SBR) records baby's neonatal care in Scotland, including readmissions and transfers in one electronic record. SBR is completed for all births in Scotland including stillbirths and home births.
The Prescribing Information System (PIS) is the definitive data source for all prescribing relating to all medicines and their costs that are prescribed and dispensed in the community in Scotland.