A recent article from the NIHR Blog covering the Health Informatics Collaborative and its use of routinely captured patient data, the Cardiovascular HIC Theme and its recent paper publication in the British Medical Journal, as well as the impact on patient care that the findings of the paper are likely to have; to read the blog post click here.
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Recently published as part of the NIHR Health Informatics Collaborative’s Critical Care Theme The paper titled ‘The Association between Supraphysiologic Arterial Oxygen Levels and Mortality in Critically Ill Patients. A Multicenter Observational Cohort Study’ was published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine on 12 September 2019. The full paper can be found on the here.
First paper published as part of the NIHR Health Informatics Collaborative’s Viral Hepatitis Theme The paper titled ‘Electronic Health Informatics Data To Describe Clearance Dynamics of Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg) and e Antigen (HBeAg) in Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection’ was published in the American Society for Microbiology mBio journal on 25 June 2019. The full paper can be found on the here.
The Imperial Biomedical Research Centre published its first sepsis paper, which will form the basis of the new NIHR HIC Infection-Sepsis theme. The paper entitled ‘Evaluating a digital sepsis alert in a London multisite hospital network: a natural experiment using electronic health record data’ was published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA). The paper can be found on the JAMIA website here.
First paper published as part of the NIHR Health Informatics Collaborative’s Cardiovascular theme (formally Acute Coronary Syndrome theme). The paper entitled ‘Troponin level, age and mortality risk in an unselected population of over 250000 patients – TROP-RISK study’ was published in the British Journal of Medicine (BMJ) on 23 November 2019. An overview of the study can be found here; the full paper can be found on the BMJ website.