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Die Mitgliedstaaten wurden daher gebeten, die Codelisten-Werte in die nationalen Sprachen zu übersetzen, so dass die Übersetzungen in der INSPIRE Registry genutzt werden können.

Bitte tragen Sie die Übersetzungen für die Codeliste-Werte direkt in die angehängte Excel-Tabelle ein. Vielen Dank für Ihre Unterstützung!

 

Code listCodeParent_valueEN_labelEN_definitionEN_descriptionDE_labelDE_definitionDE_description
DiseaseMeasureTypeValueincidence Incidencethe number of new cases of a condition, symptom, death, or injury that develop during a specific time period, such as a year. The number is often expressed as a percentage of a population. (ref.: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002387.htm)
DiseaseMeasureTypeValueprevalence PrevalenceThe proportion of individuals in a population having a disease. Prevalence is a statistical concept referring to the number of cases of a disease that are present in a particular population at a given time.\n(ref.: http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=11697) .
DiseaseMeasureTypeValuemortality MortalityData on death; often expressed as mortality (death) rate, which is an estimate of the proportion of a population that dies during a specified period. Mortality (death) statistics usually show numbers of death ad/or rates by age, sex, cause, and sometimes other variables. Different types of mortality (death) rates are available, for example infant mortality rate (the number of children dying under a year of age divided by the number of live births that year).\nRef.: Porta M (Ed.). A Dictionary of Epidemiology. IEA, 2008. Oxford University Press.
DiseaseMeasureTypeValueoutbreak OutbreakAn epidemic limited to localized increase in the incidence of a disease; e.g. in a village, town, or closed institution.\nRef.: Porta M (Ed.). A Dictionary of Epidemiology. IEA, 2008. Oxford University Press.
EnvHealthDeterminantTypeValueair airEnvironmental health determinant related to air.
EnvHealthDeterminantTypeValueindoorAir indoor AirEnvironmental health determinant related to indoor air.
EnvHealthDeterminantTypeValuewater waterEnvironmental health determinant related to water.
EnvHealthDeterminantTypeValuenoise noiseEnvironmental health determinant related to noise.
EnvHealthDeterminantTypeValuepollen pollenEnvironmental health determinant related to pollen.
HealthServicesTypeValuehospitalBed Hospital bedTotal hospital beds are all hospital beds which are regularly maintained and staffed and immediately available for the care of admitted patients. Hospital beds provide information on health care capacities, i.e. on the maximum number of patients who can be treated by hospitals.
HealthServicesTypeValuephysician PhysicianPhysicians (medical doctors) as defined by ISCO 88 (code 2221) apply preventive and curative measures, improve or develop concepts, theories and operational methods and conduct research in the area of medicine and health care (http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/eu-technicalm/table.do?\ntab=table&init=1&language=en&pcode=tps00044&plugin=1).
HealthServicesTypeValuehealthCareExpenditure Health care expenditureHealth care expenditure data provide information on expenditure in the functionally defined area of health distinct by provider category (e.g. hospitals, general practitioners), function category (e.g. services of curative care, rehabilitative care, clinical laboratory, patient transport, prescribed medicines) and financing agent (e.g. social security, private insurance company, household).
HealthServicesTypeValuecurativeHospitalBed Curative hospital bedCurative care (or acute care) beds in hospitals are beds that are available for curative care. These beds are a subgroup of total hospital beds; both occupied and unoccupied beds are covered.
HealthServicesTypeValueaverageLengthOfStay Average length of stayAverage length of stay (ALOS) is computed by dividing the number of hospital days (or bed-days or in-patient days) from the date of admission in an in-patient institution (date of discharge minus date of admission) by the number of discharges (including deaths) during the year.
HealthServicesTypeValuepsychiatricCareBed Psychiatric care bedPsychiatric care beds in hospitals are beds accommodating patients with mental health problems. These beds are a subgroup of total hospital beds; both occupied and unoccupied beds are covered.
HealthServicesTypeValuedischarge DischargeThe total number of in-patient discharges (excluding day cases) with the above diagnosis for a given gender and age group.
HealthServicesTypeValuebedDays Bed daysThe total number of bed-days used by in-patients (excluding day cases) with the above diagnosis for given gender and age group.
HealthServicesTypeValuedayCases Day casesThe total number of day case discharges with the above diagnosis for a given gender and age group.
HealthServicesTypeValuepractisingPhysician Practising physiciansPractising physicians as defined by ISCO 88 (code 2221) provide services directly to patients(http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/eu-technicalm/table.do?\ntab=table&init=1&language=en&pcode=tps00044&plugin=1).
MediaTypeValueambientAir ambient AirAmbient air.
MediaTypeValueindoorAir indoor AirIndoor air.
MediaTypeValuedrinkingWater drinking WaterDrinking water.
MediaTypeValueriverWater river WaterRiver water.
MediaTypeValuelakeWater lake WaterLake water.
MediaTypeValuebathingWater bathing WaterBathing water.
MediaTypeValuegroundWater ground WaterGround water.
MediaTypeValuesoil soilSoil.
StatisticalAggregationMethodValuemean meanThe mean.
StatisticalAggregationMethodValuesum sumThe sum.
StatisticalAggregationMethodValuemaximum maximumThe maximum.
StatisticalAggregationMethodValueminimum minimumThe minimum.
StatisticalAggregationMethodValuemedian medianThe median.
StatisticalAggregationMethodValuestandardDeviation standard DeviationThe standard deviation.
GeneralHealthTypeValuemeasuredBMI measured BMIMeasured Body mass index.
GeneralHealthTypeValueselfPerceivedBMI self perceived BMISelf Perceived Body mass index.
GeneralHealthTypeValueselfPerceivedHealth self perceived healthThe data on self-perceived health refer to the auto-evaluation of the general health state (i.e. any temporary health problem is not considered) by respondents using a scale from "very good" to "very bad".
GeneralHealthTypeValuesmokers smokerssmokers
GeneralHealthTypeValuelongStandingIllness long standing illnessThe data on chronic (longstanding) illnesses or conditions refer to the self-declaration by the respondents of whether they have or have not a chronic (longstanding) illness or condition.
GeneralHealthTypeValueselfPerceivedLimitationDailyActivity self perceived limitation of daily activityThe data on limitation in activities due to health problems refer to the auto-evaluation by the respondents of the extent of which they are limited in activities people usually do because of health problems for at least the last 6 months (strongly limited, limited, not limited).
ConsequenceTypeValuefatalities fatalitiesNumerical expression for the amount of fatalities caused by the event.
ConsequenceTypeValueinjured injuredNumerical expression for the amount of injured persons caused by the event.
ConsequenceTypeValueevacuated evacuatedNumerical expression for the amount of evacuated persons caused by the event.
ConsequenceTypeValueisolated isolatedNumerical expression for the amount of isolated persons caused by the event.
ConsequenceTypeValueestimatedCostForSociety estimated Cost For SocietyInfrastructure, building repair and restoration costs.
BuildingUseValueresidential residentialA building used more than half of the area for living in.
BuildingUseValueindustrial industrialA building used as industrial, agricultural object or for office.
BuildingUseValueoffice officeA building is defined as public if it serves educational, sport or cultural purposes.
BuildingUseValuehealthService health serviceA building serving health care purposes.
FireOrExplosionTypeValuefire fireFire.
FireOrExplosionTypeValueexplosion explosionExplosion.
HazardousMaterialTypeValueChemical chemicalAn incident with hazardous chemicals that comprise a danger through, for example an accident during transport of hazardous substances.
HazardousMaterialTypeValueBiological biologicalAn incident with pathogenic microorganisms/toxins that comprise a danger through for example natural dispersal.
HazardousMaterialTypeValueRadiological radiologicalRadioactive material means any material containing radionucleids where both the activity concentration and the total activity in the consignment exceed a level specified in rules.
HazardousMaterialTypeValueNuclear nuclearAn incident with ionizing radiation that comprises a danger through, for example an accident at a nuclear plant, other accidents involving radioactive substances or ionizing radiation.
HazardousMaterialTypeValueExplosive explosiveAn incident with explosive substances that comprise a danger through, for example an accident.
TrafficTypeValueroad roadTraffic way on land.
TrafficTypeValuerailroad railroadTraffic way on rail.
TrafficTypeValuemaritime maritimeTraffic way on water.
TrafficTypeValueair airTraffic way in the air.

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