Aims to describe the severity of cases of Pediatric-Multiple Organ Dysfunction Score (P-MODS). PELOD allows assessment of the severity of cases of Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) in the paediatric intensive care units (PICU). It includes over 10 variables involving five organ dysfunctions and also contains mean arterial pressure and lactatemia in the cardiovascular dysfunction.
Provides information about cardiac arrests collected from emergency medical services (EMS) systems in the United States of America. CARES intends to furnish datasets to assist administrators in localizing cardiac arrest events and their related circumstances into their own structure to improve outcomes. The database permits users to create reports and queries as well as comparisons between multiple structures.
Provides a resource for storing, maintaining and publishing mutation data on rare metabolic diseases. RAMEDIS is an information system for inherited diseases based on individual case reports. Users can create new case reports and submit a comprehensive information describing the case report, including mutation data, symptoms, laboratory findings, therapy, pictures and literature references. The database allows co-operative studies and can lead to advances in epidemiology, combining molecular and clinical facts, and generating rules for therapeutic intervention and identification of new diseases.
Provides up-to-date information for patients and assists in connecting patients with advocacy groups, expert doctors, and clinical research opportunities. RDCRN is designed to advance medical research on rare diseases by providing support for clinical studies and facilitating collaboration, study enrollment and data sharing. It has proven to be an extremely effective research model to maximize research investigator participation, initiating clinical trials, facilitating patient recruitment with established research partnerships with patient advocacy groups at multiple research sites around the world.
Collects, analyzes, and distributes information about chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD). USRDS characterizes the transition to the new Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Prospective Payment System, which bundles into a single payment several integral components of dialysis care. Its main strengths are its size and representativeness, nearly complete inclusion of the US end-stage renal disease population, and linkage to Medicare claims.
Provides access to heritability estimates for humans and other species from publicly available online journals by manual curation. H2DB is a database of genetic trait heritability that consists in three functions: (1) data visualization of annotated heritability and additional information with annotation statistics, (2) search selection boxes for heritability by species name and Phenotypic Quality Ontology (PATO) term and (3) graphical visualization of frequency distributions of heritability estimates.
Provides a repository dedicated to understanding of the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis and other cardiovascular disease (CVD). MESA contains the results of a study leans on a sample of over 6500 peoples. It aims to determine relations of newly identified factors with subclinical disease and their incremental predictive value over established risk factors as well as characteristics related to progression of (i) subclinical CVD to clinical CVD, (ii) subclinical CVD.
Provides recent as well as existing studies with their respective data and biosamples. KORA is a research platform that serves as a basis for population-based epidemiological studies on different topics like diabetes, cardio-vascular and lung diseases. This resource also provides KORA-gen, an open resource for external researchers. It offers access to information about available population controls for genetic studies as well as provision of DNA samples, genotypic and phenotypic data. As a consequence, this integrated database includes information from more than 20 000 participants which belong to one or more of over 15 studies.
Provides a multi-center intensive care unit (ICU) repository with data for over 200 000 admissions to ICUs across the United States. eICU-CRD collects vital sign measurements, care plan information, severity of illness measures, admission diagnosis, treatment information, patient history and more. The data compiled is part of the Philips eICU program and this database aims to facilitate additional research initiatives on patient outcomes, trends and other best practice protocols in use at most healthcare facilities.
Gathers data about cancer incidence and survival collected all around the United States of America between 1973 and 2014. SEEM is an annually updated database that provides information about the population displayed by various characteristics such as age or year of diagnosis accompanied by features like primary tumor site and first course of treatment. The registries can be downloaded by requesting a signed SEER Research Data Agreement form.
Allows exploration of molecular connections of obesity and its comorbid diseases. OCDD was built by applying a computational pipeline that performs both text mining on literature databases and biological network mining on systems biology databases. This database is useful to understand the complexity of developing comorbid diseases in molecular level. It provides functional annotation of common genes, gene interaction networks and key driver analyses.
Provides access to a set of abstracts from PubMed about « cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis » (CTX). PhenotypeAnnotation permits to annotate automatically phenotypes from the set of abstracts about CTX. This method shows that when annotators are set properly with the most suitable ontologies to the domain, high-quality annotations with few false-positive findings are reached.
Collects a wide range of statistics which relate to the outcomes of treatment of those with end stage renal failure. ANZDATA includes coverage of both dialysis and transplantation in Australia and New Zealand since the inception of these therapies, and has maintained continuous coverage since that time with inclusion of all kidney transplant activity in both countries. The database is used for analyses of interest and benefit to the data contributors has been the creation of a network of working groups, comprising nephrologists and surgeons and renal nurses with interest and expertise in using the data.
Assist clinicians and genetic counselors in making a genetic differential diagnosis in cancer patients, as well as in becoming aware of the tumor spectrum associated with hereditary disorders that have already been diagnosed in their patients.
Continues to record and report on organ donation within Australia and New Zealand. ANZOD relates to deceased solid-organ donors, but is similar—description of activity levels and characteristics of solid-organ donors at a national, state and hospital level. It collects data from organ donor coordinators, who report a range of data about organ donors. This includes demographics (age, gender, ethnicity), and a variety of comorbidities and information about function of key organs.
Serves as a source for epilepsy researchers by featuring scores of "epilepsy genes" and associated publications in one locus. Furthermore, multiple genes implicated in epilepsy are also implicated in other human disorders. Consequently, the use of CarpeDB need not be limited to epilepsy researchers.
Provides access to study data in the field of cardiovascular research and analysis tools. CVRG allows users to manage imaging data and analytical results and provides tools to share and analyze cardiovascular data.