Registry Elements

Registry Element Name Definition Deprecated
CPRN0111 Catheter Tip Level

Indication of location of catheter tip

no
CPRN0112 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) AP – Cervical

Seated spine AP (anterior/posterior): view of the spine from the an anterior/posterior position while the patient is in a seated positionCobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Cervical: superior most 7 vertebrae of the spine

no
CPRN0113 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) AP – Lumbar

Seated spine AP (anterior/posterior): view of the spine from the an anterior/posterior position while the patient is in a seated positionCobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Lumbar: inferior most 5 vertebae of the spine

no
CPRN0114 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) AP – Thoracic

Seated spine AP (anterior/posterior): view of the spine from the an anterior/posterior position while the patient is in a seated positionCobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Thoracic: middle 12 vertebrae of the spine

no
CPRN0115 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) AP – Thoracolumbar

Seated spine AP (anterior/posterior): view of the spine from the an anterior/posterior position while the patient is in a seated positionCobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Thoracolumbar: portion of the spine between the cervical spine and the lumbar spine

no
CPRN0116 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) LAT – Cervical

Seated spine LAT (lateral): view of the spine from the a lateral position while the patient is in a seated position Cobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Cervical: superior most 7 vertebrae of the spine

no
CPRN0117 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) LAT – Lumbar

Seated spine LAT (lateral): view of the spine from the a lateral position while the patient is in a seated position Cobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Lumbar: inferior most 5 vertebae of the spine

no
CPRN0118 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) LAT – Thoracic

Seated spine LAT (lateral): view of the spine from the a lateral position while the patient is in a seated position Cobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Thoracic: middle 12 vertebrae of teh spine

no
CPRN0119 Cobb Angle Degrees – Spine (Seated) LAT – Thoracolumbar

Seated spine LAT (lateral): view of the spine from the a lateral position while the patient is in a seated position Cobb Angle: measure of the curvature of the spine in degrees, Cobb angle of 10 degress is regarded as minimum angulation to define scoliosis Thoracolumbar: portion of the spine between the cervical spine and the lumbar spine

no
CPRN0120 Consent Information

single choice

no
CPRN0121 Continence Developed

yes/no. yes= never needs diaper or pull-ups

no
CPRN0122 Left Hip Abduction (hips and knees extended) Modified Ashworth Spasticity Scale

With hip and knee extended, starting with hip in maximal adduction move joint quickly towards abduction noting spasticity of adductors.

no
CPRN0123 CP Distribution

O Unilateral – left (left hemiplegia)O Unilateral – right (right hemiplegia)O Bilateral symmetric (diplegia)O Bilateral symmetric (quadriplegia)O Bilateral asymmetric – left predominant (left triplegia) O Bilateral asymmetric – right predominant (right triplegia)

no
CPRN0124 Crouch

Excessive dorsiflexion of calcaneus at the ankle in combination with excessive flexion at the knee and hip leading to a “crouched” position

no
CPRN0125 Left Hip Abduction (hips and knees extended) Passive Range of Motion no