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Table 2 Criteria for identification of participants with a pre-existing diagnosis and/or in current treatment for a lifestyle-related disease

From: Targeted prevention in primary care aimed at lifestyle-related diseases: a study protocol for a non-randomised pilot study

Diagnosis Diagnostic code(s) (ICPC-2)   ATC therapeutic code(s) for prescribed medicine and indicative texts for the prescriptiona
Hypertension K86, K87 or C0
*BT*, *bt*, *Bt*, *ypert*, *ldot*, *LODTR*, *lotr*, *lodptr*, *blodtryk*
*bl. trykket*, *lodrtr*b
Hyperlipidemia T93 or C10
COPD R95 or R03AC18 (indacaterol), R03AC19 (Olodaterol), R03AL03 (vilanterol), R03AL04 (Indacaterol+Glycopyrroniumbromide), R03AL05 (Formoterol+Aclidiniumbromide) R03BB04 (tiotropium bromide), R03BB05 (Aclidiniumbromide), R03BB06 (Glycopyrroniumbromide)*obstruktiv*, *KOL*
T2DM T90 or A10(diabetes medicine)
*sukkersyge*, *diabetes*
CVD K74, K76c   
  1. aThe indicative text is in Danish and has not been translated as some indicative texts are only parts of the entire word and as such not translatable
  2. bThe reason for the large number of indicative text is misspellings by the GP when indicating the purpose of the prescription
  3. cDiagnostic codes for ischemic heart diseases are transferred to the GP’s EPR system when the patients are discharged from the hospital following an angina or a stroke. ATC codes for prescribed medicine will not provide further information