Columbia University

Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is defined as an abnormality of kidney structure or function present for longer than 3 months. CKD can occur as a result of heterogeneous disorders affecting the kidney. In the United States, an estimated 13.6% of adults have CKD. Notably, adjusted mortality rates are higher for patients with CKD than those without, and rates increase with CKD stage. The purpose of this algorithm is to enable accurate CKD diagnosis and staging based on EHR data.

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Drug Induced Liver Injury

An algorithm to identify inpatients who have had an acute episode of drug induced liver injury (DILI).

Summary of drug-induced liver injury algorithm

Inclusion criteria

A. Suspect DILI? (NOTE: baseline population is institution specific.  See institution implementation details)

1.     Liver injury AND Exposure to drug (NOTE: medications are institution specific. See institution implementation details)

2.     Temporal relationship of exposure to drug and liver injury diagnosis.

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