We presented aggregated informative data from intensive care unit admissions from to using descriptive statistics. We also described the expansion and growth of the database along with the geographical distribution of participating units in Brazil. The core data from the database includes demographic, administrative and physiological parameters, as well as specific report forms used to gather detailed data regarding the use of intensive care unit resources, infectious episodes, adverse events and checklists for adherence to best clinical practices. As of the end of , adult intensive care units in hospitals totaling 8, intensive care unit beds were participating in the database. Most units were located at private hospitals in the southeastern region of the country. The number of yearly admissions rose during this period and included a predominance of medical admissions. The proportion of admissions due to cardiovascular disease declined, while admissions due to sepsis or infections became more common. A large private database of critically ill patients is feasible and may provide relevant nationwide epidemiological data for quality improvement and benchmarking purposes among the participating intensive care units. This database is useful not only for administrative reasons but also for the improvement of daily care by facilitating the adoption of best practices and use for clinical research. The development of high-quality clinical databases is widely recognized as a necessity in the current field of critical care to evaluate outcomes and the process of care of critically ill patients.
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Also known as "Census Income" dataset. Extraction was done by Barry Becker from the Census database. Rakesh Agrawal and Ramakrishnan ikant and Dilys Thomas. Saharon Rosset. Model selection via the AUC. Rich Caruana and Alexandru Niculescu-Mizil.
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