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Journal Club 2016 Presentation V3

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Journal Club 2016 Presentation V3

  1. 1. Disease Classification Category Percent (%) Acute Condition 34.09% Acute Injury 23.14% Chronic 16.18% Disorders 15.60% Cardiovascular 8.60% Pregnancy Related 7.53% Gynocological 7.45% Musculoskeletal 6.18% Mental Health 5.93% Gastrointestinal 5.60% Allergy 5.02% Substance Abuse 4.78% Other 4.57% Nervous system 4.53% Skin related 3.99% Respiratory 3.91% Eyes, Ears, Nose & Throat 3.75% Excretory 3.05% Personal History 2.22% Congenital/Hereditary 1.56% Endocrine 1.56% Neoplasm 1.32% Immune System 1.32% Nutrition 1.19% Procedure 0.82% Neuropathy 0.78% Family History 0.74% Diabetes 0.62% . Table 1. Percent of diseases considered significant in IPV falling into each category (28)
  2. 2. 1a Acute Injury 1b Acute Condition 2 Chronic 3 Substance Abuse 4 Mental Health 5 Other 6 Disorders 7 Gynecological 8 Pregnancy Related 9 Allergy 10 Procedure 11 Congenital/Hereditary 12 Nutrition 13 Neoplasm 14 Personal History 15 Family History 16 Neuropathy 17 Diabetes 18 Gastrointestinal 19 Cardiovascular 20 Nervous System 21 Respiratory 22 Musculoskeletal 23 Eyes, Ears, Nose & Throat 24 Excretory 25 Endocrine 26 Immune System 27 Skin Related (not burns) Figure 1. Network Map of the 28 categories made up of 2429 symptom terms found to be significantly more prevalent among victims of IPV than the general population. Larger nodes indicate higher coding frequency of the category by itself, while thicker edges reveal the strength of relationship between two nodes by signifying the frequency of any two categories being coded together on a single symptom term. Darker nodes appear more frequently among the pairs than lighter nodes.
  3. 3. 1a Acute Injury 1b Acute Condition 2 Chronic 3 Substance Abuse 4 Mental Health 5 Other 6 Disorders 7 Gynecological 8 Pregnancy Related 9 Allergy 10 Procedure 11 Congenital/Hereditary 12 Nutrition 13 Neoplasm 14 Personal History 15 Family History 16 Neuropathy 17 Diabetes 18 Gastrointestinal 19 Cardiovascular 20 Nervous System 21 Respiratory 22 Musculoskeletal 23 Eyes, Ears, Nose & Throat 24 Excretory 25 Endocrine 26 Immune System 27 Skin Related (not burns) • Out of 2429 symptom terms, there were at least 208 pairs of interactions present to at least one of the symptom terms • Most significant nodes were 1b and 2, having the great frequency of occurrence • 1b has the most significant degrees of twelve • Strong pairings with 2, and 19 • Moderate pairings with 7, 18, 27, 8 • Fair pairings with 3, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 • 2 has five significant degrees • Strong pairing with 1b • Fair pairings with 4, 19, 20, 22 • It is worth noting that pairing between 1b and 2 could be due to ambiguity of a symptom term that could be chronic or acute
  4. 4. 1a Acute Injury 1b Acute Condition 2 Chronic 3 Substance Abuse 4 Mental Health 5 Other 6 Disorders 7 Gynecological 8 Pregnancy Related 9 Allergy 10 Procedure 11 Congenital/Hereditary 12 Nutrition 13 Neoplasm 14 Personal History 15 Family History 16 Neuropathy 17 Diabetes 18 Gastrointestinal 19 Cardiovascular 20 Nervous System 21 Respiratory 22 Musculoskeletal 23 Eyes, Ears, Nose & Throat 24 Excretory 25 Endocrine 26 Immune System 27 Skin Related (not burns) • 6 also shows significant pairings, but its target connected nodes are more significant in 1b and 2 • Node 1a does have significant symptom terms associated with it but it doesn’t have many terms that are associated with another node
  5. 5. Funding: • Clinical andTranslational ScienceCollaborative of Cleveland • National Center for AdvancingTranslational Sciences – National Institute of Health Assistance: • Explorys Inc.

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