ZZVA-MHV BMI > 25.0 (461)    REMINDER DEFINITION (811.9)

Name Value
NAME ZZVA-MHV BMI > 25.0
PRINT NAME ZZ Body Mass Index more than 25
INACTIVE FLAG INACTIVE
INACTIVE CHANGE DATE 2017-12-27 16:27:46
CLASS NATIONAL
SPONSOR VA National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (NCP)
USAGE PCR
EDIT HISTORY
  1. EDIT DATE:   2009-11-18 10:02:18
    EDIT BY:   USER,SEVENTEEN
    EDIT COMMENTS:   
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FINDINGS
  1. FINDING ITEM:   VA-BMI
    CONDITION:   I V>25.0&(V<30.00)
    INTERNAL CONDITION:   I V>25.0&(V<30.00)
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    FOUND TEXT:   
    Your BMI is between 25 and 30.  This means that you are likely 
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    carrying too much weight for your height.  Please discuss with your
    primary care team any questions you have about resources available to you
    to help you keep your weight down.
    If you have developed weight-related health problems such as diabetes,
    high blood pressure, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, or a condition called
    metabolic syndrome, excess weight is an even greater risk for you.  Losing
    weight may also help you in managing these weight-related health problems.
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    USE IN PATIENT COHORT LOGIC:   AND
  2. FINDING ITEM:   VA-BMI
    CONDITION:   I V>29.99
    INTERNAL CONDITION:   I V>29.99
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    Your BMI is 30 or higher. This means that you are likely obese and 
    should consider working on reducing your weight. Please discuss with 
    your primary care team any questions you have about resources 
    available to you to help you lose weight.\\
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    USE IN PATIENT COHORT LOGIC:   OR
INTERNAL PATIENT COHORT LOGIC (SEX)&(AGE)&FI(1)!FI(2)
PATIENT COHORT FINDINGS COUNT 4
PATIENT COHORT FINDINGS LIST SEX;AGE;1;2
WEB SITES
  1. URL:   http://www.move.domain.ext
    WEB SITE TITLE:   MOVE! Weight Management Program
    WEB SITE DESCRIPTION:   
    National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (NCP)
    
  2. URL:   http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/healthyweight/assessing/bmi/adult_BMI/english_bmi_calculator/bmi_calculator.htm
    WEB SITE TITLE:   Calculate your own BMI
    WEB SITE DESCRIPTION:   
    CDC
    
GENERAL COHORT FOUND TEXT
The more excess weight a person carries, the higher the risk of
health  problems. Excess weight leads to heart disease, diabetes,
high blood  pressure, stroke, some forms of cancer, osteoarthritis,
sleep apnea, lower quality of life, and shorter life expectancy.
Overweight is measured by the Body Mass Index (BMI), which is a measure of
weight for height. A BMI of 25 to 29.9 is considered "overweight." Above
30 is considered "obese." \\
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RESCISSION DATE 2017-12-27 00:00:00
BASELINE AGE FINDINGS
  1. REMINDER FREQUENCY:   99Y
    MINIMUM AGE:   0
    MAXIMUM AGE:   69
    NO. OF AGE MATCH LINES:   0
    NO. OF AGE NO MATCH LINES:   0
  2. REMINDER FREQUENCY:   0Y
    MINIMUM AGE:   70
    NO. OF AGE MATCH LINES:   0
    NO. OF AGE NO MATCH LINES:   0
SUMMARY COHORT FOUND TEXT
The more excess weight a person carries, the higher the risk of
health  problems. Excess weight leads to heart disease, diabetes,
high blood  pressure, stroke, some forms of cancer, osteoarthritis,
sleep apnea, lower quality of life, and shorter life expectancy.
Overweight is measured by the Body Mass Index (BMI), which is a measure of
weight for height. A BMI of 25 to 29.9 is considered "overweight." More 
than 30 is considered "obese." \\ \\
SUMMARY COHORT NOT FOUND TEXT
The more excess weight a person carries, the higher the risk of
health  problems. Excess weight leads to heart disease, diabetes,
high blood  pressure, stroke, some forms of cancer, osteoarthritis, sleep
apnea, lower quality of life, and shorter life expectancy. Overweight is
measured by the Body Mass Index (BMI), which is a measure of weight for
height. A BMI of 25 to 29.9 is considered "overweight." More than 30 is
considered "obese." \\
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# SUM. RES. NOT FOUND LINES 0