Sport Medicine Diagnostic Coding System (SMDCS) and the Orchard Sports Injury and Illness Classification System (OSIICS): revised 2020 consensus versions

@article{Orchard2020SportMD,
  title={Sport Medicine Diagnostic Coding System (SMDCS) and the Orchard Sports Injury and Illness Classification System (OSIICS): revised 2020 consensus versions},
  author={John W Orchard and Willem H. Meeuwisse and Wayne Derman and Martin H{\"a}gglund and Torbj{\o}rn Soligard and Martin P. Schwellnus and Roald Bahr},
  journal={British Journal of Sports Medicine},
  year={2020},
  volume={54},
  pages={397 - 401}
}
Coding in sports medicine generally uses sports-specific coding systems rather than the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), because of superior applicability to the profile of injury and illness presentations in sport. New categories for coding were agreed on in the ‘International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement: Methods for recording and reporting of epidemiological data on injury and illness in sports 2020.’ We explain the process for determining the new categories and… 

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