Metadata

Name CCU002_01 Obesity
Type Disease or Syndrome
Group Disease or Syndrome
Data Sources








Clinical Terminologies SNOMED-CT
ICD-10
Read version 2
Codelists covid_impact_ccu00201_BMI_obesity_England_SNOMEDCT.csv covid_impact_ccu00201_BMI_obesity_England_ICD10.csv covid_impact_ccu00201_OBESITY_Wales_Read2.csv covid_impact_ccu00201_BMI_Wales_Read2.csv
Valid Event Data Range 01/01/1997 - 07/12/2020
Sex Female
Male
Authors Rochelle Knight, Venexia Walker, Samantha Ip, Jennifer A Cooper, Thomas Bolton, Spencer Keene, Rachel Denholm, Ashley Akbari, Hoda Abbasizanjani, Fatemeh Torabi, Efosa Omigie, Sam Hollings, Teri-Louise North, Renin Toms, Emanuele Di Angelantonio, Spiros Denaxas,, Johan H Thygesen, Christopher Tomlinson, Ben Bray, Craig J Smith, Mark Barber, George Davey Smith, Nishi Chaturvedi, Cathie Sudlow, William N Whiteley, Angela Wood, Jonathan A C Sterne,, CVD-COVID-UK/COVID-IMPACT consortium, Longitudinal Health and Wellbeing COVID-19 National Core Study
Agreement Date 24 Nov 2021
Version (UUID) Revision 1 (COVID-IMPACT)

Phenotypes

England primary care EHR: BMI

terminology code term code_type
SNOMEDCT 162864005 Body mass index 30+ - obesity (finding) 1
SNOMEDCT 408512008 Body mass index 40+ - severely obese (finding) 1
SNOMEDCT 914721000000105 Obese class I (body mass index 30.0 - 34.9) (finding) 1
SNOMEDCT 914731000000107 Obese class II (body mass index 35.0 - 39.9) (finding) 1
SNOMEDCT 914741000000103 Obese class III (body mass index equal to or greater than 40.0) (finding) 1
SNOMEDCT 921031000000102 Child body mass index 98.1st-99.6th centile (finding) 1
SNOMEDCT 921051000000109 Child body mass index greater than 99.6th centile (finding) 1

England hospitalization EHR: BMI

terminology code term code_type
ICD10 E66 Diagnosis of obesity

Wales primary care EHR: Obesity

Phenotype Read code Description Category
OBESITY 222A. O/E - obese Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 22A5. O/E - obese Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 22K5. Body mass index 30+ - obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 22K7. Body mass index 40+ - severely obese Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 66C1. Initial obesity assessment Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 66C4. Has seen dietician - obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 66C5. Treatment of obesity changed Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 66C6. Treatment of obesity started Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY 66CE. Reason for obesity therapy - occupational Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C38.. Obesity and other hyperalimentation Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C380. Obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3800 Obesity due to excess calories Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3801 Drug-induced obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3802 Extreme obesity with alveolar hypoventilation Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3803 Morbid obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3804 Central obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3805 Generalised obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3806 Adult-onset obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C3807 Lifelong obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C38y. Pickwickian syndrome Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C38y0 Pickwickian syndrome Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C38z. Obesity and other hyperalimentation NOS Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY C38z0 Simple obesity NOS Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY Cyu7. [X]Obesity and other hyperalimentation Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY Cyu70 [X]Other obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY ZC2CM Dietary advice for obesity Diagnosis of Obesity
OBESITY ZV653 [V]Dietary counselling in obesity Diagnosis of Obesity

Wales primary care EHR: BMI

Phenotype Read code Description Category
BMI 22K.. Body Mass Index Measurement

Publication

Rochelle Knight, Venexia Walker, Samantha Ip, Jennifer A Cooper, Thomas Bolton, Spencer Keene, Rachel Denholm, Ashley Akbari, Hoda Abbasizanjani, Fatemeh Torabi, Efosa Omigie, Sam Hollings, Teri-Louise North, Renin Toms, Emanuele Di Angelantonio, Spiros Denaxas, Johan H Thygesen, Christopher Tomlinson, Ben Bray, Craig J Smith, Mark Barber, George Davey Smith, Nishi Chaturvedi, Cathie Sudlow, William N Whiteley, Angela Wood, Jonathan A C Sterne, for the CVD-COVID-UK/COVID-IMPACT consortium and the Longitudinal Health and Wellbeing COVID-19 National Core Study. Association of COVID-19 with arterial and venous vascular diseases: a population-wide cohort study of 48 million adults in England and Wales

medRxiv 2021.11.22.21266512; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.11.22.21266512