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Utrecht Cardiovasculair Cohort – Cardiovasculair Risico Management

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Naam
Utrecht Cardiovasculair Cohort – Cardiovasculair Risico Management
Afkorting
UCC-CVRM
Beschrijving

All patients who come for a first-time visit to one of the departments of the Center for Circulatory Health at the UMC Utrecht for the evaluation of a symptomatic vascular disease or an asymptomatic vascular condition, are enrolled. A minimum set of data, according to the Dutch Cardiovascular Risk Management Guidelines, is collected in all patients at all departments. A questionnaire is completed which includes demographic data, medical history, family history of premature

CVD, physical activity, smoking, alcohol consumption, obstetric history and medication use. Measurements taken during the first visit in the hospital include body weight, height, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, serum lipids (total cholesterol, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, triglycerides), glycated haemoglobin (Hb1Ac), renal function (serum creatinine with eGFR estimated using the Chronic Kidney Disease-Epidemiology (CKD-EPI) formula), and haemoglobin. Spare blood samples (heparin, full blood) are taken and stored at –80_ Celsius.

All data is stored in the electronic health care records (EHR) and in dedicated databases. Linkage of the UCC-CVRM database with EHRs, with regional and national registries is performed. Written informed consent is obtained.

Gebruiksdoel

The Utrecht Cardiovascular Cohort initiative aims to create an infrastructure for uniform registration of cardiovascular information in routine clinical practice for patients referred for cardiovascular care at the University Medical Center Utrecht, the Netherlands. This infrastructure will promote optimal care according to guidelines, continuous quality control in a learning healthcare system and creation of a research database.

Operationeel
Ja
Contactgegevens publiek

UMC Utrecht

Prof.Dr. Michel L. Bots, chairman of the UCC steering committee

088 755 9352

M.L.Bots@umcutrecht.nl

Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, Heidelberglaan 100

3584 CX Utrecht

www.umcutrecht.nl/ucc

Beheerder gegevensbron
Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht (UMCU)
Eigenaar gegevensbron
Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht (UMCU)
Actualisatiedatum
06-10-2020
Wettelijke verplichting
Nee
Type verplichting
Vrijwillig
Welke wetten

Broad informed consent is obtained in UCC-CVRM for storage of blood samples, follow-up procedures, and for contacting participants in the future.

Opdrachtgever(s)
Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht (UMCU)
Belangrijkste financier(s)
Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht (UMCU)
Financier is overheid
Ja
Financiering gegevensbron

UMC Utrecht

Grants have been and will be obtained for in-depth measurements in all or smaller groups of participants typically for dedicated project. An example is a ZonMw GGG grant (#848034001)

Inhoud

Type gegevensverzameling
  • Longitudinale studie
  • Biobank
  • Databank of dataset
  • Kwaliteitsregister
  • Patiëntenregistratie
  • Registratie
Gekoppelde categorieën
  • Biologische factoren
  • Gezondheidsgedrag of leefstijl
  • Preventie gericht op verschillende invalshoeken
  • Ziekenhuiszorg
  • Ziekten en aandoeningen
Gekoppelde trefwoorden
  • Alcohol intake
  • Blood pressure
  • Cause of death
  • CT imaging
  • Demographics
  • Diabetes
  • ECG
  • Echocardiography
  • Education
  • Family history of cardioavscular disease
  • Follow-up
  • Hematology
  • Hospitalisaton
  • Kidney function
  • Lipids
  • Medication
  • Overweight
  • Prescribed medication
  • Smoking
Geografische dekking
Predominantly Utrecht
Eenheden in de gegevens

As of September 1, 2020, present over 8000 participants have been invited for participation in UCC-CVRM.

Methode van gegevensverzameling
A questionnaire completed by the patient, that is entered in the electronic health care record of the patient visiting the UMC Utrecht. Information from the electronic health care record of the patient for assessment of blood pressure measurements, anthropometry, laboratory values
Type persoon/instelling die de gegevensbron invult

Patiënten: => questionnaire

Specialisten: => clinical information

Verpleegkundigen => clinical information

 Anders, nl.=> all information for the UUC-CVRM is extracted from the EH

 

 
Specialisme
  • Cardiologie
  • Suspected cardiovascular condition
Sector
Derdelijnszorg
Eerste meetjaar
2015
Meest recente meetjaar
2020
Operationeel
Ja
Frequentie van aanleveren

Dagelijks

Informatie die geregistreerd wordt
Jaar Aantal Steekproefgrootte Responspercentage Dekkingsgraad
2020 One, the UMC Utrecht Of those invited to participate in UCC-CVRM, overall between 50-60% provide an signed informed consent. This percentage varies across the recruiting departments from 40-85%: being geriatric department, vascular medicine, vascular surgery, cardiology, neurology, nephrology, obstetrics, cardiothoracic surgery There is no sample size estimation. We strive to enrol all eligible patients!.

Beschikbaarheid

Beschikbaarheid gegevens
Ja
Voorwaarden beschikbaarheid

Investigators from the participating departments of Center for Circulatory Health have free access to the UCC-CVRM database. Researchers can request existing data and samples for analysis of new markers. Tailor made datasets will be distributed to the investigator upon approval of request by the UCC – CVRM Steering Committee. Approval mainly involves checking feasibility, potential overlap with previous requests, material availability, and need for involvement of specific disciplines. After data distribution, automated checks on progress will be made at regular intervals. For investigators outside these departments or from outside the UMC Utrecht, a similar procedure is available. When new variables are measured in stored samples these must be added the UCC database. A copy of the distributed dataset remains at the UMC Utrecht for long term storage. Details on available data, the application form and procedure can be found on our website. For researchers outside participating departments we charge a data access fee per dataset to cover our costs for inclusion, maintenance, quality control and management.

Beschikbaarheid gegevens online
Ja

https://juliuscentrum.umcutrecht.nl/en-US/research/studies-en-cohorts/cohort-UCC

Contactgegevens publiek

UMC Utrecht

Prof.Dr. Michel L. Bots, chairman of the UCC steering committee

088 755 9352

M.L.Bots@umcutrecht.nl

Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, Heidelberglaan 100

3584 CX Utrecht

www.umcutrecht.nl/ucc

Beschikbare publicaties
Verwachte wijzigingen

UCC-CVRM is an ongoing study without a formal end. As such more information will become available over time in terms of results, patient enrolment, enrichment of the database through linkage within the UMC Utrecht, and with regional and national registries (e.g. medication use follow-up, morbidity, mortality)

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