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Overdose / Poisoning (Ingestion) clinical infomation

Mr Jones made this Freedom of Information request to Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust

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Dear Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust,

I would like to make a Freedom of Information request to find clinical details for all calls that involved Overdose / Poisoning (Ingestion). Please report the information for the period of 1/4/2016 to the 31/3/2017. These dates are for where a vehicle arrives on scene rather than when the call is received by NIAS. E.g. there may be calls made on the 31/3/2016 where a vehicle only arrives on scene on the 1/4/2016.

Please provide a spreadsheet or database which includes the following information:

• Incident / Call Number
• Date of call
• Time of call
• Call Category ( A / B / C or HCP )
• HCP Time ( 1, 2, 3 or 4 hours)
• HSC Trust
• Chief Complaint arrived at by despatch protocol
• Dispatch Code Description
• Dispatch Code
• Vehicle Callsign
• Date at scene
• Time at scene
• Date at hospital
• Time at hospital
• Handover time
• Hospital attended by resource
• PRF identifying number or blank if no PRF exists
• Overdose / Poisoning (from PRF)
• Activated Charcoal (from PRF)
• Naloxone Narcan (from PRF)
• Drugs Suspected (from PRF)
• Alcohol Suspected (from PRF)
• Cardiac Arrest (from PRF)
• ROLE (from PRF)
• DNAR (from PRF)
• Traumatic Arrest (from PRF)
• Non Conveyance / Refusal / Referral code from PRF – 1,2,3,4 or 5 as per PRF.

Please make use of the following conventions for the information sourced from the PRF
• either Yes / No or blank in paramedic did not record this information.

If you anonymise the call number, please ensure that duplicate call number information is still retained. E.g if call number 3000000 is used for vehicle S121 and S122 it is still possible to tie the 2 PRF's to the same call.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Jones

Corporate Manager, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust

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NIAS REF: AD/IG/01(2)/40

Good Afternoon Mr Jones

Thank you for the email below and I would confirm receipt of same. I have attached an acknowledgement letter for your perusal
The request is currently being reviewed

Regards

Alison Vitty
Corporate Manager

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Corporate Manager, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust

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NIAS REF: AD/IG/01(2)/40

Good Afternoon Mr Jones

The NI Ambulance Service has now completed its search for your information. I have attached a letter of response and associated datasets which contains 1000's of records
Please ensure you read the letter of response as we have not been able to provide all information requested and an explanation on this has been provided

I hope this fully assists you

Regards

Alison Vitty
Corporate Manager

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