Rohini Mathur

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The Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) is an ongoing primary care database of anonymised medical records from general practitioners, with coverage of over 11.3 million patients from 674 practices in the UK. With 4.4 million active (alive, currently registered) patients meeting quality criteria, approximately 6.9% of the UK population are included(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate current risk models and scores for type 2 diabetes and inform selection and implementation of these in practice. DESIGN Systematic review using standard (quantitative) and realist (mainly qualitative) methodology. Inclusion criteria Papers in any language describing the development or external validation, or both, of models and(More)
BACKGROUND Ethnicity recording across the National Health Service (NHS) has improved dramatically over the past decade. This study profiles the completeness, consistency and representativeness of routinely collected ethnicity data in both primary care and hospital settings. METHODS Completeness and consistency of ethnicity recording was examined in the(More)
OBJECTIVE In clinical trials of dabigatran and rivaroxaban for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation (AF), drug eligibility and dosing were determined using the Cockcroft-Gault equation to estimate creatine clearance as a measure of renal function. This cross-sectional study aimed to compare whether using estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) by(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the feasibility of producing small-area geospatial maps of chronic disease risk for use by clinical commissioning groups and public health teams. STUDY DESIGN Cross-sectional geospatial analysis using routinely collected general practitioner electronic record data. SAMPLE AND SETTING Tower Hamlets, an inner-city district of London,(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the rate of progression of diabetic chronic kidney disease in different ethnic groups. DESIGN Prospective longitudinal observational study. PARTICIPANTS All new patients attending a tertiary renal unit in east London with diabetic chronic kidney disease between 2000 and 2007 and followed up till 2009 were included. Patients(More)
BACKGROUND Structured care for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can improve outcomes. Delivering care in a deprived ethnically diverse area can prove challenging. AIMS Evaluation of a system change to enhance COPD care delivery in a primary care setting between 2010 and 2013 using observational data. METHODS All 36 practices in(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess whether in people with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes (HbA1c>7.5%) improvement in HbA1c varies by ethnic and social group. DESIGN Prospective 2-year cohort of type 2 diabetes treated in general practice. SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS All patients with type 2 diabetes in 100 of the 101 general practices in two London boroughs. The(More)
BACKGROUND Previous cohort studies demonstrate diabetes as a risk factor for tuberculosis (TB) disease. Public Health England has identified improved TB control as a priority area and has proposed a primary care-based screening program for latent TB. We investigated the association between diabetes and risk of tuberculosis in a UK General Practice cohort in(More)
OBJECTIVES The recognition of coronary artery disease (CAD) among patients who report chest pain remains difficult in primary care. This study investigates the association between chest pain (specified, unspecified or musculoskeletal) and prodromes (dyspepsia, fatigue or dyspnoea), with first-ever acute CAD, and increased longer term cardiovascular risk. (More)