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 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