Other Data Sets

Other databases which GoDarts can link data to

WALKER database was created from a longitudinal study of over 48,000 births in Dundee, Scotland from the early 1950s to the mid-1960s. The study recorded details of pregnancy, labour, birth and care up to the time of discharge for about 75% of all babies born in hospital in Dundee between 1952 and 1966. As over 70% of the cases involved in the study can still be identified, researchers can link the data from birth to other health outcome databases and look at health outcomes across generations, allowing researchers to investigate early (fetal) origins of adult diseases.

A longitudinal study is a research study that takes place over a number of years which means researchers can compare changes in particular details about individuals or events at various times throughout the study.

TARDIS datasets are disease-specific datasets developed in 2001 to support GPs, specialist care respiratory doctors, and other health care workers in managing patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Tayside, Scotland. TARDIS contains data on respiratory symptoms, lung function, smoking history, and demographic data on patients with COPD.

STROKE This dataset is from the Tayside Stroke Cohort which contains data relating to over 1700 patients attending stroke clinics in Tayside.

HEARTS is Heart disease Evidence-based Audit and Research in Tayside Scotland. The HEARTS derived datasets contain Body Mass Index (BMI), Smoking, and Blood Pressure data relating to over 760 coronary heart disease patients in Tayside.

Kidney register This is from the Scottish Renal Registry and is a national register of patients receiving renal replacement therapy for established renal failure in Scotland.

Scottish Ambulance Hypoglycaemic events: This dataset is taken from the electronic patient records of the Scottish Ambulance Service for emergency callouts related to hypoglycaemia. The data comprise the date of the event, the symptoms, diagnosis of hypoglycaemia and treatment administered by ambulance clinicians to individual patients.

HYPOGLYCAEMIA means a low blood sugar level