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Mexico Ministry of Health Hospital Discharges 2003

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General Info
Original or alternative title 
BASES DE DATOS SOBRE EGRESOS HOSPITALARIOS - SISTEMA AUTOMATIZADO DE EGRESOS HOSPITALARIOS (SAEH)
Geography 
Mexico (MEX)
Coverage type 
Country
Time period covered 
01/2003 - 12/2003
Series or system 
Mexico Automated Hospital Discharge System (SAEH)
Data type
Administrative record:
  • Discharge
  • Inpatient
Summary 

This hospital discharge database is generated from Mexico's Automated Hospital Discharge System (SAEH). SAEH data are reported to SINAIS, the formal health information system of Mexico's Ministry of Health). Hospital discharges are defined as the removal of the patient from inpatient services. The database does not include internal transfers within the facility or live births. Patient discharge may be attributed to medical order, patient request, transfer to another facility, or mortality. The data includes variables by state, municipality, medical unit, age and sex of patient, and initial reason for service (injury, illness, etc.).

Keywords 
Abortion, Birth weight, Cardiomyopathies, Causes of death, Causes of morbidity, Cellulitis, Decubitus ulcer, Diagnosis, Diarrheal diseases, Echinococcosis, Ethnicity, Family planning, Fertility, Heart failure, Hospitals, Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, ICD-10, Injuries, Interstitial lung diseases, Interventions, Languages, Length of stay, Live births, Maternal hemorrhage, Mortality, Multiple births, Obstructed labor, Pneumoconiosis, Pregnancy, Rheumatic heart disease, Surgical procedures, Urinary diseases, Urolithiasis, Obstetric fistulas, Endocarditis, Health care use, Lower respiratory infections, Hyperplasia of prostate, Meningitis, Encephalitis, Digestive diseases, Leishmaniasis, Diarrhea, Stroke, Hemorrhagic stroke, Clostridium difficile, Gastritis and duodenitis, Gall bladder and bile duct disease, Ischemic heart disease, Maternal sepsis, Gynecological diseases, Silicosis, Endocrine disorders, Blood disorders, Immune system disorders, Cirrhosis of the liver, Bacterial skin diseases, Neonatal conditions, COPD, Asbestosis, Appendicitis, Inguinal and femoral hernia, Vascular insufficiency of intestine, Pancreatitis, Syphilis, Female infertility, Male infertility, Acute glomerulonephritis, Uterine fibroids, Endometriosis, Genital prolapse, Congenital heart anomalies, Cleft lip and cleft palate, Turner syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, Congenital anomalies, Skin diseases, Scabies, Fungal skin diseases, Viral skin diseases, Alopecia, Dermatitis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, Road traffic injuries, Falls, Drownings, Poisonings, Unintentional firearm injuries, Suffocation, Interpersonal violence, Intentional injuries, Eclampsia, Polycystic ovarian syndrome, Preterm birth, Ectopic pregnancy, Down's syndrome, Musculoskeletal anomalies, Neural tube defects, Abortive outcome, Peptic ulcer disease, Noninfective inflammatory bowel disease, Burns, Unintentional injuries, Adverse effects of medical treatments, Animal injuries, Contact with venomous animals and plants, Foreign bodies, Exposure to forces of nature, Self-inflicted injuries, Firearms
Citation
Suggested citation 
Secretariat of Health (Mexico). Mexico Ministry of Health Hospital Discharges 2003. Mexico City, Mexico: Secretariat of Health (Mexico).