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Healthcare use by people who use illicit opioids (HUPIO): development of a cohort based on electronic primary care records in England (extended data)

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posted on 2021-04-27, 09:45 authored by Dan LewerDan Lewer, Prianka Padmanathan, Dr Muhammad Najam Ul Arfeen, Spiros DenaxasSpiros Denaxas, Harriet Forbes, Arturo Gonzalez-IzquierdoArturo Gonzalez-Izquierdo, Matt Hickman
This dataset includes:

1. Search terms used to identify codes that may represent a history of illicit opioid use
2. Codelist for identifying people with a history of illicit opioid use
3. Age- and sex-distribution of patients by product and clinical codes
4. Number of patients currently in the cohort
5. Age of patients at cohort entry
6. Internal validation based on hospital admissions for opioid dependence


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