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Medications: Part II

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectrecord_id
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldpp_date
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.age_a
sexString20RequiredSex of the subject
M;F
M = Male; F = Femalegender, sex_a
dem_40_emo_medIntegerRecommendedIs the child currently taking medication for an emotional or psychological problem?0;11=Yes; 0=Nomi_1
mi_1whynotString300RecommendedIf your child is not currently taking any medication for behavioral or emotional problems, then why not?
mi_1whyString300RecommendedIf your child is currently taking any medication for behavioral or emotional problems, then why?
mi_2IntegerRecommendedSince your child was taking (name of medication) have there been any changes to the medication, dose, or dosing schedule since that time?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mi_2whynotString300RecommendedWhy have there been no changes to the medication, dose, or dosing schedule since your child was taking (name of medication)?
mi_2changeString300RecommendedSince your child was taking (name of medication), what was the change to the medication, dose, or dosing schedule?1 = Stopped medication ; 2 = Changed type of medication ; 3 = Changed dose ; 4 = Changed schedule ; 5 = Added new medication
mi_2reasonString300RecommendedSince your child was taking (name of medication), what was the reason for the change to the medication, dose, or dosing schedule?
mi_setting1_rx1IntegerRecommendedSetting Taken: Medication 11::31 = School ; 2 = After school ; 3 = Weekends
mi_rx2IntegerRecommendedAdd another? Taking a Medication 20;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mi_setting1_rx2IntegerRecommendedSetting Taken: Medication 21::31 = School ; 2 = After school ; 3 = Weekends
mi_rx3IntegerRecommendedAdd another? Taking a Medication 30;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mi_setting1_rx3IntegerRecommendedSetting Taken: Medication 31::31 = School ; 2 = After school ; 3 = Weekends
mi_rx4IntegerRecommendedAdd another? Taking a Medication 40;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mi_setting1_rx4IntegerRecommendedSetting Taken: Medication 41::31 = School ; 2 = After school ; 3 = Weekends
mi_rx5IntegerRecommendedAdd another? Taking a Medication 50;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mi_setting1_rx5IntegerRecommendedSetting Taken: Medication 51::31 = School ; 2 = After school ; 3 = Weekends
mi_rx6IntegerRecommendedAdd another? Taking a Medication 60;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mi_setting1_rx6IntegerRecommendedSetting Taken: Medication 61::31 = School ; 2 = After school ; 3 = Weekends
mi_4IntegerRecommendedHas your child seen his or her doctor to have any of these medications monitored?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mi_4whynotString300RecommendedIf your child has not seen his or her doctor to have any of these medications monitored: Why not?
mi_4whoIntegerRecommendedHas your child seen his or her doctor to have any of these medications monitored? If yes, then who did your child see?1::71 = Pediatrician ; 2 = Family doctor ; 3 = Nurse ; 4 = Physician's assistant ; 5 = Psychiatrist ; 6 = Neurologist ; 7 = Other
mi_4who_othString300RecommendedWho did your child see? (If your child has seen a health care provider other than: Pediatrician, Family doctor, Nurse, Physician's assistant, Psychiatrist, or Neurologist)
mi_4howmanyIntegerRecommendedHow many visits to monitor medication has your child had since June?
mi_4howlongString300RecommendedIf your child had visited a healthcare provider for medication monitoring, then about how long was each visit?
mi_5IntegerRecommendedHow satisfied are you with your child's current medication treatment?1::71 = Very dissatisfied ; 2 = 2 ; 3 = 3 ; 4 = Neutral ; 5 = 5 ; 6 = 6 ; 7 = Very satisfied
p_casa_md4DateRecommendedDate medication started (approx.). If unsure, please make your best guess.MM/DD/YYYY
asimediIntegerRecommendedYouth is receiving medication0; 1; 90 = No; 1 = Yes; -9 = Missing valuemi_med
currentmed_prescriptionString255RecommendedPrescription (Medication, Dose, Frequency, Reason)mi_med_dose
aescodeIntegerRecommendedStaff code number of person completing this formpi_staff
rx9tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 9, times/day
rx10tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 10, times/day
rx11tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 11, times/day
rx12tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 12, times/day
rx13tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 13, times/day
rx14tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 14, times/day
rx15tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 15, times/day
rx16tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 16, times/day
rx17tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 17, times/day
rx18tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 18, times/day
rx19tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 19, times/day
rx20tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 20, times/day
rx21tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 21, times/day
rx22tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 22, times/day
rx23tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 23, times/day
rx24tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 24, times/day
rx25tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 25, times/day
rx26tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 26, times/day
rx27tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 27, times/day
rx28tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 28, times/day
rx29tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 29, times/day
rx30tdIntegerRecommendedPrescription 30, times/day
strreason21String50RecommendedReason for prescription 21
strreason22String50RecommendedReason for prescription 22
strreason23String50RecommendedReason for prescription 23
strreason24String50RecommendedReason for prescription 24
strreason25String50RecommendedReason for prescription 25
strreason26String50RecommendedReason for prescription 26
strreason27String50RecommendedReason for prescription 27
strreason28String50RecommendedReason for prescription 28
strreason29String50RecommendedReason for prescription 29
strreason30String50RecommendedReason for prescription 30
visitString50RecommendedVisit name
con_med_for_ae_1IntegerRecommendedMedication 1 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_2IntegerRecommendedMedication 2 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_3IntegerRecommendedMedication 3 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_4IntegerRecommendedMedication 4 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_5IntegerRecommendedMedication 5 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_6IntegerRecommendedMedication 6 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_7IntegerRecommendedMedication 7 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_8IntegerRecommendedMedication 8 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_for_ae_9IntegerRecommendedMedication 9 given for Adverse Event?0;10= No; 1= Yes
con_med_more_1IntegerRecommendedAre there more concomitant Medications?0;10= No; 1= Yescon_med_more_2, con_med_more_3, con_med_more_4, con_med_more_5, con_med_more_6, con_med_more_7, con_med_more_8, con_med_more_9
lab020DateRecommendedDate of PI/clinician signaturedate_con_review_inves_1, date_con_review_inves_2, date_con_review_inves_3, date_con_review_inves_4, date_con_review_inves_5, date_con_review_inves_6, date_con_review_inves_7, date_con_review_inves_8, date_con_review_inves_9
med_caIntegerRecommendedIndicate whether this is a comprehensive list of medications or an antidepressant update.1;21= Comprehensive; 2= Antidepressant listcom_ant_meds
med_unitsIntegerRecommendedUnits1::211= MG - Milligram(s); 2= TA - Tablet(s); 3= CA - Capsule(s); 4= TB - Tablespoon(s); 5= TS - Teaspoon(s); 6= GR - Gram(s); 7= ML - Milliliter(s); 8= IU - International Unit; 9= SP - Spray(s); 10= PF - Puff(s); 11= DR - Drop(s); 12= AP - Application; 13= CC - Cubic Centimeter; 14= MC - Micrograms; 15= ME - Milliequivalent; 16= OZ - Ounce(s); 17= PC - Piece; 18= PT - Patch; 19= SU - Suppository; 20= SY - Syringe
med_freqcodeIntegerRecommendedFrequency Code1::201= BID - 2 times a day; 2= TID - 3 times a day; 3= QID - 4 times a day; 4= PRN - As needed; 5= TOT - Daily total; 6= Q12 - Every 12 hours; 7= Q2H - Every 2 hours; 8= Q2W - Every 2 weeks; 9= Q3H - Every 3 hours; 10= Q3M - Every 3 months; 11= Q3W - Every 3 weeks; 12= Q4H - Every 4 hours; 13= Q6H - Every 6 hours; 14= Q8H - Every 8 hours; 15= QHR - Every hour; 16= QM - Every month; 17= QHS - Every night; 18= QOD - Every other day; 19= QD - Once a day; 20= QIW - Once a week; 21= TIW - Twice a weekfreq_med
med_f1IntegerRecommendedHave you missed a dose of ________ in the last week?0;10= N0; 1= Yesf1_meds
med_f2IntegerRecommendedHow many days have you missed medication in the past month?f2_meds
omramedcodeIntegerRecommendedCode for Name of Medicationmed_code
Data Structure

This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

  • Element Name: This is the standard element name
  • Data Type: Which type of data this element is, e.g. String, Float, File location.
  • Size: If applicable, the character limit of this element
  • Required: This column displays whether the element is Required for valid submissions, Recommended for valid submissions, Conditional on other elements, or Optional
  • Description: A basic description
  • Value Range: Which values can appear validly in this element (case sensitive for strings)
  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
  • Aliases: A list of currently supported Aliases (alternate element names)
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