CRITICAL CARE UNIT FUNCTION

The type of area to which the PATIENT was admitted during a CRITICAL CARE PERIOD. This is the principal clinical service provided within the WARD.

National Codes:
Adult Facilities (PATIENTS more than 19 years old on admission predominate)

01Non-specific, general adult critical care PATIENTS  predominate
02Surgical adult PATIENTS (unspecified specialty)
03Medical adult PATIENTS (unspecified specialty)
05Neurosciences adult PATIENTS predominate
06Cardiac surgical adult PATIENTS predominate
07Thoracic surgical adult PATIENTS predominate
08Burns and plastic surgery adult PATIENTS predominate
09Spinal adult PATIENTS predominate
10Renal adult PATIENTS predominate
11Liver adult PATIENTS predominate
12Obstetric and gynaecology critical care PATIENTS predominate
90Non standard LOCATION using a WARD area

Children and Young People Facilities (PATIENTS aged greater than or equal to 29 days to less than 19 years predominate)
04Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (Paediatric critical care PATIENTS predominate)
16WARD for children and young people
17High Dependency Unit for children and young people
18Renal Unit for children and young people
19Burns Unit for children and young people
92Non standard LOCATION using the operating department for children and young people

Neonatal Facilities (Patients aged less than 29 days on admission predominate)
13Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Neonatal critical care PATIENTS predominate)
14Facility for Babies on a Neonatal Transitional Care WARD
15Facility for Babies on a Maternity WARD

Other settings
91Non standard LOCATION using the operating department
 

This attribute is also known by these names:
ContextAlias
pluralCRITICAL CARE UNIT FUNCTIONS

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