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CAUTI catheter status


Data Element ID: DE261
Name: CAUTI catheter status
Version: 1.1
Data Element ISO Name: Urinary tract infection_Diagnosis-Catheter status,CD
Synonym: None defined at this time
Definition: Determination of the urinary catheter status at the time of collection of the specimen that was the basis for diagnosis of CAUTI.
Question: What was the urinary catheter status at the time of specimen collection that was the basis for diagnosis of CAUTI?
Conditionality: Reserved for future use
Multiple Choice: Not Applicable
Form Name: Healthcare-associated Infection
Data Set: Reserved for future use
Setting: Hospitals, including outpatient pharmacies and outpatient departments located within the hospital
Language: U.S. English
Comments: None defined at this time
Description of Change: Not applicable for this release
Go-To Logic: Refer to Common Formats Flow Charts
Guide For Use: The question refers to the urine specimen that was taken from the patient and tested. The diagnosis of CAUTI was based on the test results from that specimen.
Format: Not Applicable
HL7 Data Type: Concept Descriptor (CD)
Data Type: Character
Maximum Length: 5
Answer Code Answer ID Answer Value Code System Code System Name
A1170 a In place at the time of specimen collection 2.16.840.1.113883.3.263.1.12 AHRQ Common Formats
A1173 b Removed within 48 hours prior to specimen collection 2.16.840.1.113883.3.263.1.12 AHRQ Common Formats
Effective Date: 03/31/2010
Until Date: - -
Update Date: - -
Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Submitting Organization: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Date of Submission: 03/31/2010
Responsible Organization: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Creator: John C. Moquin
Data Steward: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
References: CDC NHSN Manual
http://www.cdc.gov/nhsn/pdfs/pscManual/7pscCAUTIcurrent.pdf
Rationale for Change: Not Applicable
Administrative Status: Final
Administrative Status Date: 03/31/2010
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