The aim of this research work was to identify relevant diagnosis codes available in routine electronic health records from primary and secondary care settings in the UK. We looked for relevant codes in code repositories such as the University of Cambrigdge Primary Care Unit, Manchester Clinical Codes, HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project, Oxford-RCGP RSC, OpenSAFELY and LSHTM Data Compass. We also searched for peer-reviewed studies published via PubMed in the last 12 months for any relevant codes. Please note that these codes are not intended to be mandatory, but are to be used as a starting point for the identification of Rhinitis in routine electronic health record. Therefore, each study may differ in the sensitivity and specificity of the coding required. - No validations were found via PubMed in the last 12 months
These codes are not intended to be mandatory, but are to be used as a starting point for the identification of rhinitis in routine Electronic Health Record (EHR). Each study may differ in the sensitivity and specificity of the coding required.
According to NHS, rhinitis develops in many cases as the result of an infection attacking the lining of the nose and throat. This is actually a viral infection, such as a cold, but bacterial or fungal infections can occasionally cause rhinitis.
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No publications idenified via Pubmed in the last 12 months
|J30||Vasomotor and allergic rhinitis||N|
|J30.1||Allergic rhinitis due to pollen||N|
|J30.2||Other seasonal allergic rhinitis||N|
|J30.3||Other allergic rhinitis||N|
|J30.4||Allergic rhinitis, unspecified||N|
|J31||Chronic rhinitis, nasopharyngitis and pharyngitis||N|
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