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  • N.1361

    N.1362

    SURVKYOF HEALTB

    AND HELL BEING

    PrivateEoumholds Smple

    GP SupplmerItaIYSample

    CodingInstructicma

    276

  • KXXING IN CBSCSS

    For all long lntervlews,checkthe frontpage of scheduleA If theoutcomeIS coded01 to 05,08 or 09, checkthatthe dependentquestionsare correctlycoded

    For example,If outcomeon the frentpageIS 01, you shouldreferbackto question1lb, page 6.

    Here you should follow the mtervlewer check to see thatresponsesat 11a are on referencecardA.The responseshave to be exactlyas on referencecard A towarrenta code 1 at llb. For lnstence,depressionlS not on cardA so llb shouldhe coded2; manicdepressionlS on cardA so llbshouldbe coded1.

    Slmllarly,lf outcomeon fr6ntpage IS 02 or 03, you shouldrefer toquestion13b or 14b,page 7.

    Here you should follow the mtervlewer check to see thatresponsesat 13a or 14a are on referencecardB.The responseshave to be exactlyas on referencecard B towarranta code1 at 13b or 14b. NotIceat thebottomrighthandcornerof referencecard b the terms ‘entlpsychotlcmedlcme’,‘entl-psychoticdepotln]ectlons’etcaregeneraltermswhichareacceptableand m such casesyou wouldcode 1 at (b).

    If outcomeon the frentpage 1s 04, you shouldreferback to question17b,page 8.

    Here you checkthe responsesto 17a againstreferencecardA

    If outcomeon the frontpageIS 05, you shouldreferbackto sectionP.This does not applyfor proxymtervlews.

    Here you shouldcheck sectionP, pages 43 to 45 to see If theinformant really has been screened posltlve as should bemdlcated at P6 There 1s no need to take account of anymtervlewer comments,you only need to checkthat the reqwredcodeshavebeen rung.

    SImllarlyIf ctied08 (proxyInterview)checkq4b, page 47If coded09 (proxyntervlew) checkq5(b),page 47

    As the outcomeIS multl-codedyou may have to checkall of the abovepoints

    If you find any errorswheremtervlewershave coded01 to 05 on thefrentpagewherethey shouldnot have,pleasenotifyResearchso thatfollow-upinterviewswith psychiatristscan be stopped.

    I 277

  • GeneralNotes

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    5.

    6

    The hlghllghtedareason the maaterscheduleeshowthe guestIonswhichareto be codedmanuallybeforedespatchto DataPrep Usethisdocumentm conjunctionwith the CodingInstruction

    Look for commentson all pages and refer to S/V where they mayconfllctwith a ringedprecede,or revealrnemterpretationofthe question. ‘

    Use blue pencl1 for recodmg/amendinginterviewercodes.

    Uae leadpencilfor codingfrom a frameand for ringingentries.

    Use a red biro for edltlng.

    For each lntervlew,checkthat there M en A Schedule,F checkcard,B or C Schedule,and a D Schedule.

    Check that all documentshave the same serialnumber. Referdiscrepanciesto S/V.

    Note - a “Partial”B or C scheduleIS acceptablewhere atleaatone sectionhas been completed.

    ProsyInterviews

    Thesew1l1 be takenwheretie lnformanthas a ❑entalor physlcalIllnesswhichmakeethe sub]ectlntervlewmnposalble.

    A and B or C Schedules~ apply.

    Checkthatthe Interviewer’sAuthorityNumberhaebeanenteredonthe frontof the A Schedule.Resolveblanksby referringto othermtervlews m the dellvery,or by consultationwith FieldBranch.

    278

  • N 1361

    Frontpage - Interviewercode

    Checkthatthe appropriateB or C Schedule1s present,accordingto thecode(s)rnged at thisquestion.

    Note that codes 01-06csn be multlcoded,as can 07-10,and that theyare mutuallyexcluslve.

    Resolve NA’s from the codes ringed at relevantquestions In theaccompanyingdocuments

    New SCFalseneqatlve. .. .. ... ... .. ... ...... ..... .. 13

    Note - this codew1ll be usedwherenoneof the crlterlafor codes01-10 apply,but the mtervlewerfeelsthatthe Informantquallflesfor a“long”lntervlew.

    N.1362

    Note - codes11 and 12 alsogo to a “long”scheduleon this sample.

  • Q2 Personnumber

    Checkthat thishasbeen [email protected] memberof the household

    Relatlonehlpto selectedInformant

    ~ SelectedInformantshouldalwaysbe on the top line andaged from 16 to 64 years

    Code all membersfrom the follo+mg frame:

    Spouse (maritalstatus= 1) .,.. .. ............ .. .... 01

    Cohakateeof selectedInformant- common-lawwife (lnclwife/husband/fiance/fiancee/boyfrland/girlfriendIfmaritalstatus= 2) ..... ................. ...... .. ... 11

    Childrenof eithersex (mcl stepor adoptedornon-relatedfoster)........ ............................. 02

    Son-m-law or daughter-m-law......... ................. 03

    Parentsmcl stepparents. ..... ................ ... ... 04

    parents-m-law(le parentsof spouse/cohebltee).......... 05

    Brotheror szster(of eelectedInformant)........ ....... 06

    Grandchildren(of selectedInformant).................... 07

    Other relatlvesby blood,marriageor adoption...... .... 08

    Non-relatlves(boarder,frland,housekeeper,son’sgirlfriendetc) ... ..... ... ........ ........ . . 09

    NA (andrelationshipcannotbe deduced). .. ... . .... 99

    Place the code In the OFF USE box In lme with the relevantpersonand rmg

    If relatlveshavebeen legallyadopted,codethe relationshipaschildrene9 Selected informant legally adopts grendchlldren,code

    relationshipas 02 @ 07

    280

  • -w

    ReferNAs to FieldBranch.

    MaritalStatus

    Resolve NAs by referringto relatlonehlpdetails. If notpoeslbleleaveas NA.

    Femly Unit

    Rmg the number. If the mtermewer has omittedto recordthis,code fromthe notes following

    A facnlyunit can be.

    * a marriedor cohabitingcouple;

    ● a marriedor cohehtlng couple/loneparentand theirnever❑arriedcl’uldrenprovldlngthesechildrenhaveno childrenof theirown; .

    * one persononly,a divorceddaughterwithoutchzldren.

    A brotheror alsterwhoseparentsare not part of the householdwouldformtwo separatefam lY um ts. Members of the lnfOrMSnt’Sfanulyunit shouldbe number 1 m the faumlyunit column,thsnest fannlyunit 2 and so on, eg

    Personnumber Relationshipto informant Wdly lslit01 Informant 102 Husband 103 Son (nevermarried) 104 Daughter(nevermarried) 105 Mother 2

    Parsonnumber01020304050607

    Relatiashipto informant FTlsl.lytitInformant 1Husband 1Daughter(never❑arried) 1Szsterfwidow) 2Brother(marriedto 06) 3Sister-in-law(marriedto 05) 3Niece (daughterof 04) 2

    Note also:

    a) In general, fanuly umts cannot span uxxe than 2generations,le grandparentsand grandchlldren cannotbelongto the sameumt. The asceptlonto this1s whereIt1s established that the grandparent has parentalresponslblllty.m this case the grandmotheras ‘motherfigure’wouldbe m the came famly umt

    b) Adoptiveand stepchildrenhavethe samefanulyunztnumberas their adoptivestep parents. As In the GHS, fostercb.lldrenare codedas beingm theirown fanmlyunit

    281

  • Racialor ethnicgroup

    Ring the number. LeaveN?csblank.

    Q3. Householdcheck

    Complete~h box as 2 dlgltsand ringthe number.

    ResolveNAs fromdetailsenteredat Q2

    Q6. Ring the number- 1 dlgltonly.

    Q15(a) Rmg the number

    [j%i%aq

    In each sectionthe first few questionsestabllshthe presenceof aparticularneuroticsymptomin the pastmonth. Theseguestlonsflnlshwith a 1me acrossthe page.

    For each sectionwhich continuesafter the llne to the InterviewerCheck-

    1. Checkthat the score 1s anteredat InterviewerCheck.or that Ois ringed. Rmg the number.

    2. Turn to the CheckCard F and checkthat the scoreIe anteredthe appropriateletteredbox.

    NB Whereblank

    QK3(b)

    the sectIonwas not ‘scored’,the checkcardbox should

    Examineanswers recordedat precede 6 and recode nexzstlng precedes where possible, otherwise leaveprecede6.

    ~[

    This sectionappllesto thosecoded2 at Q9 on page 5

    Q.Q6Rmg the number

    Removeany CheckCard F or self-completionScheduleD This card andscheduledo not applyto Proxymtervlews

    282

  • N 1361

    B- LONG INTBRVIEU1

    Al

    Al(a)

    B1

    Bl(a)

    Bl(b)

    ~

    Check that COMPLAINTNO. has been ringedcolumncontalnmg entries.

    at the top of each

    Codecomplamt fromthe followlngframe,enteringthe threedlgltcode in the OFF USE boxes.

    Checkthat columnno. has been ringedat tbe top of each columncontammg Sntrles.

    Code pills,medicationsor ln]ectlonsfrom the followng frsme,enteringthe 3 dlgltcode m the OFF USE boxes.The interviewerw1ll have ringed the printed code 1 If theprescribeddrug 1s an m] ectlon.Refer to S/V lf more than 8 columns have been used and themtermewer has maerted extrapages.Exclude- contraceptivesDelete - any Sntrleswhichare cresms,ointmentsor lotlons.Include- homeopathc medlclnes.

    NA/DK - code999

    Mgs (pills)and Mls (llquldmedlclne)can both be coded as 3dlgltaIn the OFF USE boxes.

    e9 10mg - codeas 0105mg - codeas 005225mg- codeas 2255ml teaspoons- codeas 005

    Notes (1)

    (11)

    ( 11)

    (lV)

    (v)

    (Vi)

    100 micrograms= lmg. Code an amount of less thanlmg as 000.eg 250 micrograms.

    Refer to R.O. answerssuch as “one tablet”,“smallwhitePI1lS, DK strength”,“standardtablet”

    If DK/NA/’’DNA”to inhalers(suchas Ventolm) - code000

    If mft DK strength, refer to BNF, codingappropriatelywherepossible,or usingcode998 (seenoteson nextpage)

    If Bl(a)1s NA (coded999),use NA code 999 at thisguestlon.

    If strsngth1s more than lmg code as 997

    283

  • Bl(b)Examplesof Code 998

    Pleasenote that the followlngpain-killershave a mixtureofmgredlentsand the tabletshaveno speclfIc dose. Theyare al1takenas reqmred, every4 hours,up to a mexlmumof 8 tabletsper day.

    BenorylateCo-proxamolCo-codamolCo-dydremolDlstalgeslcRemedemeSolpadeuie

    The followlnghearttabletsalso have a ❑ixtureof mgredlents.They are usuallyprescribedat 1 to 2 tabletsper day.

    Bet?-adalatCo-betalocCo-betalocSAkloducrenPrestlmPrestlmForteTerufTenoretlcTenoret-50Trasldrex

    The followlngentlblotlcshave a mixtureof ngredlents. Thedose can varybetween2 to 8 tabletsper day.

    BactrlmCo-trlmoxazoleSeptrn

    ~ Referany problemsin usingthe BNF to the R.O.

    B1(b) Inlectlons

    Whereprecede1 has been ringedat B1(a), enter888 In OFF USEboxes (strengthw1ll not be coded,even lf recorded).

    . 284

  • Bl(d)Althoughcodesw1lluse the sameframeas IS givenforAl(a),thequestionhere1s aboutcondltlon.In❑any cases,the answerWI1lbe the same as thatgivenat Al(a) - complalnt.However,sometimesthe medlcne given for the complalntcausesside-effects,and then another medication 1s prescribed toovercomethe side-effects,thus glvlngus a secondcondltlon

    For example- at part (a)

    Medlcme 1: ChlorpromazmeMedlclne2: VantolmMedlcme 3: Temazepam

    - then at part (d)

    For medlclne1: - for schizophreniaFor medlcme 2: - for asthmaFor medlcme 3: - for sleeplessnesscaused by medication at

    column1.

    Part (d)wouldbe coded-

    Column1 - code 820 - for sclnzophrenlaColumn2 - code 014 - for asthma (nothing to do with

    schlzophrenla)Column3 - code 820 - for sleeplessnesswhich was caused by

    takingchlorpromazme thereforethemaincomplalntwas sciuzophrenla.

    285

  • B1(q) This guestlon covers any other alternativemedication ortreatmentwhichthe Informantmay havetriedfor eachcondltlonIf severalhave beao taken (or turned down) the lntervlewershouldhave remrded the lastone

    Code answersfromeitherthe framefor

    El(a) - PI1lS

    B2(a)- therapyand counsellmg

    or from the followlngnew codes.

    List end flaqany remau’unganswersas code 500.

    New SC

    Operation ................ ............... .......lncl sinusdrained;veinsstripped;blood transfusion

    Same medicinebut m a differentform .. ...........eg mlectlon Insteadof tablets(and vice versa)

    counsellmg insteadof drugs (andvice versa)differentformsof tablets

    Herbalremedy/homeopathlcmedlcries/”alternatlve”medlclneor treatment................... ..... ....eg eveningprimrosecapsules;homeopathlcpills;

    manipulationby chiropractor;offeredto go toa centre(Insteadof takingtablets)

    Steroids.. ...... ... ....... .. .. . .......

    Pamklllers ............ ............ ... ..........mcl strongerpain killer

    In]ectlonIn spine- a longterm anaesthetlc

    Strongerdose of samemedlcatxon........ . ...... ,(exclpainkillers- code505)

    Anti-depressants... .... ... . ... . . ..

    Hospltallsatlon..... ....... ........... ........lncl treatmentto dry out

    Otheranswers-List and flag . .. ... , ........

    501

    502

    503

    504

    505

    506

    507

    508

    500

    1 286

  • B2 Checkthat columnno has been ringedat the top of each columncontalnmg entries.

    B2(a) Code answersfromthe followingframe:Sc

    ETC (Include:Electro-conmlslvetherapy,d?CtriCdltherapy......... ......................................... 101

    Psychotherapy(include:psychoanalysis,analysls,lndlvldualor grouptherapy,hypnosls)Peychodynarucmodel of couneelllng;❑entalhealthteam,Peychlatrlst;talklngwith psyclnatrlst;therapistcalls,“mxxlngwith people” ...................................... 102

    Sexual,❑erltalor fannlytherapy(Includemarriageguidance,Relate),fertllltycouneelllng.................. 103

    Art musicor drama therapy(nclude movement),play games . 104

    Behavlouror cognltlvetherapy...... . ............. .... 105

    Social ekllls trauu’ng (nclude anmety managementandrelaxation classee), stress clmlc, relaxation tape,meditationIn a group ......... . .......... ........ .... 106

    Recreationand lemure therapy. ...... ..... ............. 107

    Industrialtherapyand Iob tralnlng ......... . . ... .. 108

    Hortmulturaltherapy ............... ..................... 109

    Counsellmg (nes) includetalklngto soczalworkerorcoauuuruty‘peychlatrlcnurseor Samaritans,rapecrlslscentre,“AA”,SocialSermces day centre,talkwith Dr,psychologistfor counsellnrg,“lusttalking”...... ..... 110

    Physiotherapy (include hydrotherapy, osteopathy,chlropractlce),back cllnlc............ ... .......... ... 111

    Occupationaltherapy,asthmaclinic ....... ........ .. . 112

    Radiotherapy(Includeradiumtherapy,beam therapy,lasertreatment,Isotopetherapy) . ... .. ... ........ .... 113

    Speechtherapy. .. .. .. . . .. . .... . . 114

    Ultrasound,TENS electricalmachine.... ........ . .. .. 115

    Alternativetherapies(llghttherapy,colourtherapy,magnettherapy,reflexology,herbaltreatment,acupuncture,shlatsu,homeopathlctreatment,naturotherapy,faithheallng,hollstlctherapy,aromatherapy)... . . . 116

    Dlalysls. . . . . . 117

    Help lookafter someoneelse . . . 118

    Otheranswersflagand llst . 120

    DK/NA 999

    Notes- freenext page 287

  • B2(a)-

    Exclude- therapyto give up smokmg- Llthlumclmlc

    Leavein code 120 - dlabet~cclmlc- epilepsyclmlc- everydayhealthproblems.

    B2(d)Code answersfrom the frameglvanat Al(a)

    B2(I) As at Bl(q),code answersfrom framesat Bl(a),B2(a),or llstand flagsnterlngcode 500.

    . 288

  • cl Talkingto a doctor- le ~ GP

    Include -

    Sxclude -

    talkingto a GP abouta pregnancyat home,In the surgery,at a healthcantreon the telephonesocialchatwith owm doctorplcklngup a prescriptionIf actuallytalkedto adoctora doctorat a dlstrzctHA clmlcsocialchatswith a friendwho happensto be a doctora doctorat a hoepltal ) coveredlater

    ) at ‘outpatlents’a doctorat a specialclunc) Vlslts

    Cl(a)Rmg the numberCheck that consultationno. has been ringedat the top of thecolumncontammg entries.

    Cl(d)IncludeIn precede2 - “du3n’tllke It”

    C2 In-patmnt stays.

    Include - stays m rehabllltatloncentresor detoxzflcatlonUnitsstayaat privatehospitalsand cllnlcsdlalyslspatientsrequiredto stay In ovemlghtstaysfor sightor hearingproblems

    Exclude - staysfor glvmg birth lf no othercomplications

    C3 Rmg the number

    C3(c) IfmorethanoneprofessionalIS revolved,codetheflrstone whoetatedthe referralprocedure.

    C4 Checkthatepisodeno. has been ringedat the top of the columncontainingentries

    C4(a) Completeentryto 3 dlgltswith leadlngzeros.

    Notes

    (1) An ui-patientstaylastsfromadmsslon to discharge,so Ifan informantwas senthome for a weekendduringa spellasan m-patient,this just countsas one spel1

    (11) If en nformant mtervlewedby proxy1s stillin hospital,code no of nightsto mtervlew date.

    C4(c)/(d) Referto S/V where mtemlewer notesbut no code ringed

    289

  • C5 ‘-’ --A-”-’. ..-. L-UUL-~dLL-lL

    Include -

    Exclude -

    V1>LL>

    vlslts for treatment or check up either byappointmentor by Iust turningUpvlslts to day hospitals, casualty departments,privateconsultingroomstreatmentor checkups at day cantresdlalyslspatlantswho do not stopovermghtvxslts to day centres for lelsure and socialactlvltlesdlalyslspatlantewho stop overmght

    C5(a)

    C6

    C6(d)

    C7

    C8

    D1-7

    D8-18

    Rmg the number

    Check that column no. has been ringed at the top of columnscontammg entries.

    Referwhere mtervlewernotesbut no precederingedto S/V.

    Check that the person no. ringed at the top of the completedcolumn(s).There1s no allowancefor additionalcolumns. Referto S/V ifmtervlewerhas addeddata to the rightof code7 column,

    Includein code 3 - Znformant’scasemanager.

    Referwhere mtervlawer notesbut no precederinged.

    Check that the entriesm boxes are left juetlfledwherenecessary.

    and amend

    Be aware of the event m the main question. If that eventhappenedm the pastSIXmonths,or was happanlngm the pastSIXmonthseventhoughIt startedmorethan SIXmonthsago,1t shouldbe Included.

    Any othereventshouldbe acluded.

    Hence a death which occurred7 ❑onths ago would be excludedwhereasan ongoingfightwith a nelgbbourwhich continuedintothe permd of the past SIX months1s included.

    NE Ignore any additionalcoding enteredunder the grid onpages 24-25 Interviewersmay have recorded someInellglbledata as a courtesyto the mforment.

    El(a)/2(a) If mc give prlorltyto code 1 (share).

    E6,7,8,9 Ringthis number.

    Note - friendsor acquaintancesmaybe professionalssuchasa home vlsltoror a counclllor,If the Informantthinks of them in this way The InformantcanIncludepeoplellvlngwiththemwho arenot by socialsurveydefmitlon In the same household.

    , 290

  • F2 Thisquestion1s singlecoded,andonlythe highestquallflcatlon1s required.

    See NOTESfollowlngfor mcluslons end exclusions,and “LevelofQuallflcatlons”. QM Index Census Codes aod relevantsurveyccxies.

    NOTES

    Includem code 1:

    Bachelor,❑astersand doctoratedegreeeendunlvereltydiplomas.

    CNAAdegrees(grantedby theCouncilforNatzonalAcademicAwardsfor degreesin collegesotherthanumversities).

    Bachelorof Educationdegree(B. Ed) - @ code 2.

    Includein code2:

    SCOBEC(theScottishequivalentof BEC).SCOTTEC(theScott~shequivalentof TEC).

    IncludeIn Nursng Quallflcatlons- State BnrolledNurse (SEN),StateEnrolledAuxillsryMldwlfe,RegisteredGeneralNurse(REG).

    * Exclude n Nurszng Quallflcatlons - Nursery Nurses’quallflcatlons(NNEB),DentalNurses’/Hygienists’guallficatlons.

    * Theseshouldbe Ieft (recoded) m code 7.

    Includein code5:

    RSA - providedat least one subject16 commercialeg commerce,shorthand,typing,bookkeeping,officepractice,commercialand companylaw, coetaccounting.

    Pltmsns - exceptfor theirschoolcert1ficate,which 1s coded7.

    RegionalExaunnmg Union (REU)CommercialAwards,providedthatat leastone sub]ect1s conmnerclal.

    REU boardsInclude - EastMidlandEducationalUnion (EMEU)Nw Regional Council for FurtherEducation(NWRAC)West JointEducationCommttee (WJEC)YorksandHumbersldeCouncilforFurtherEducation(YHCFE)Union of Lancashlre and CheshireInstitutes(ULCI)

    GCE and CSE guallflcatlonsm clericaland commercialsubjectsshouldbe codedto theirrelevantGCE or CSE codes

    291

  • Includem code 7- (OtherQuallflcations).-

    292

    Certificateof ExtendedEducationCertlflcateof PrevocatlonalTrammg16+ exam certificateLocal,regionaland RSA SchoolcertificatesScottishSchml Attendance,Leavingor Day Schoolcertificates.

    Excludefrom code7:

    CIVI1ServiceSxamnatlonsfor entrance,promotion,establlshmaot,typnq etc

    Dancingawards(mcludlng balletquallflcatlons).

    DrawingCertlflcatesawardedby the RoyalDrawingSociety

    Drlvmg Certlflc.stesend DrlvlOgInstructor’sQuallflcatlonsmcludlng HeavyGoodeVehacleLlcence.

    Fire brigadeexammatlone

    FirstAldCertlflcatee(deleteallRedCross/StJohn’sAmbulancequallfzcatlons).—

    ForceePrellmmary Exammatlons (togain admselon to urmverslty).

    GovernmentTralnmg Centre (GTC)/SkillCentre courses or awards unless arecogmsed gual1fIcatloneg RSA/GCEwas obtained.

    GPO telecommumcatlons,telegraphyetc.—

    LabourExannnatlon(pre1918). This alloweda ciuldto leaveschooland startwork at 13.

    Internalschcd examnatlons.

    LocalAuthorityaxamnations for entrance,promotion,etc m Local AuthoritySemnce.

    MuelcGradeexannnatlonand certlficateeforlearners(eg AssociatedBoardof theRoyalSchoolsof Music).

    Ordlnatlon/lay Preachingquallflcatlons

    PlayGroup leader’squallflcatlons.

    Pollce forceexaminations

    Pre HNC/HNDbrldglngor conversioncourses

    Prison/Borstaltrammg guallflcatlons

    Scholarshipsotherthan for GCE ‘A’level

    Swmmlng CertlflcatesIncludellfe savingand Instructors’certlflcates.

    Sportscoachingand refereeingquallfIcatlons.

    UnionMembersh~peg Equity, NationalAssoclatlonof Head Teachers IPcs(Instztuteof ProfessionalC1v~lServants)

    If the only guallflcatlon1s excluded,recodefrom7 to code 8

    New Code SingleCode

    QualIflcatlonsobtainedoutsidethe UK . . 9

  • CODING FRAME FOR LONGSTANDING ILLNESS

    Comulalnt

    010

    011

    012

    013

    020

    030

    031

    032

    Cancer (neoplasm) Includlna lumps, masses, tumours andgrowths and benlcm (non–mallqnant) lumps and cysts

    acoustic neuromaNeuroflbromatos~shereditary cancerCancers sited In any part of the body or system eglung cancer, breast cancer, stomach cancer, skin cancer,bone cancerAll tumours, growths, masses, lumps and cysts whethermal~gnant or benign eg growth In bowel,growth on spinal cord, lump In breast,cyst on eye, cyst on kidneyWllms tumourrodent ulcerssarcomas, carcinomas

    leukaemla (cancer of the blood)Hodgk~n’s disease, Lymphoma

    Tumour of the brain

    mastectomy (nes)hysterectomy for cancer of the wombcolostomy caused by cancerpart of Intestines removed (cancer)after affect of cancer (nes)

    Endocrine/nutritional/metabollc diseases and lmmunltvdisorders

    Diabetes –Incl Hyperglycaemla

    hormone deflclency, deficiency of growth hormone,dwarfism,Beckwlth – Wledemann syndrome,Gilbert’s syndrome, gout,Coellac disease, water/fluld retention,phenylketonurla, hypopotassemla, lack of potassiumCystic flbrosls, hypercalcemla,Rickets,Malacla,Wilson’s disease,Myxoedema (n e s)

    Underactlve/overactive thyroid, goltre

    ~ Thyroid trouble and tiredness – code 031 onlyOveractive thyroid and swelllng In neck – “code 031only

    Addison’s disease, Cushlng’s syndrome

    293

  • 033 AIDS, AIDS carries, HIV positive.

    034 Obesity/overweight

    Nervous svstem (central and Peripheral includina brain~not mental illness

    060

    070

    080

    081

    082

    083

    084

    085

    Epilepsy/fits/convulsions –incl. grand real, petit real, Jacksonian fit, blackouts,febrile convulsions, fit (nes)

    Migraine/headaches

    Other problems of nervous system –incl. Multiple Sclerosis (MS), disseminated sclerosisCerebral palsy (spastic)Spina bifidaPhysically handicapped – spasticity of all limbshydrocephalus, microcephaly, fluid on braininjury to spine resulting in paralysisparaplegia (paralysis of lower limbs)partially paralysed (nes)metachromatic leucodystrophyMyotonic dystrophyGuillain–Barre syndromeMyasthenia gravissyringomyeliaBell’s palsytrigeminal neuralgianeuralgia, neuritiscarpal tunnel syndromesciaticatrapped nervenumbness/loss of feeling in fingers, hand, leg etcpins and needles in armsremoval of nerve in armshinglesrestless legsMotor neurone diseaseMuscular dystrophyFreidreich’s AtaxiaAbscess on brain

    Parkinson’s disease (paralysis agitans)

    Huntington’s chores

    Alzheimer’s diseasedegenerative brain disease

    Brain damage resulting from infection (eg. meningitis,encephalitis) or injury

    myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME)post viral syndrome (ME).chronic fatigue syndrome

    294

  • Eye complaints

    090 Cataract/poor eyesight/bllndness –

    lncl operation for cataracts, now need glassesbad eyesight/nearly bllnd because of cataracts

    100

    harden~ng of lenslens implants In both eyesbad eyesight, restricted vls~on, partla.short sighted, long sighted, myopiatrouble with eyes (nes), eyes not goodbllnd In one eye, loss of one eyebllndness caused by d~abetesdetached/scarred retinatunnel vlslonblurred vlslon

    Other eye complaints –

    Incl. glaucomabuphthalmos~r~tlsretlnltls plgmentosanight bllndnessastigmatismdouble vlsloncolour bllndsquint, lazy eyescarred cornea, corneal ulcershemorrhage behind eye

    ly sighted

    nes)

    dry eye syndrome, trouble with tear ducts, watery eyeseyes are llght sensltlveInJury to eyeeye InfectIon, con]unct~vltlsSty on eyefloater on eye

    295

  • Ear complaints

    110 Poor hearing/deafness –

    incl. hard of hearing, slightly deafconduckivelnervelnoise induced deafnessdeaf and dumbotosclerosispoor hearing after mastoid operation

    120 Tinnitus/noises in the ear –incl. pulsing in the ear

    130 Menierers disease/ear complaints causing balance problemsvertigoincl. labyrinthitis, loss of balance – inner earvestibulitis

    140 Other ear complaints –

    incl. otitis media glue eardisorders of Eustachian tubeperforated ear drum (nes)middle/inner ear problemsmastoiditisear trouble (nes), ear problem (wax)ear aches and dischargesear infection

  • Complaints of heart, blood vessels and circulatory system

    150 Stroke/cerebral haemorrhage/cerebral thrombosis –Incl stroke vlctlm – part~ally paralysed and speechdlfflculty, hemlplegla, apoplexy, cerebral embollsm,cerebro - vascular accident

    160 Heart attack/angina –lncl coronary thrombosis, myocard~al infarction

    170 Hypertension/h~gh blood pressurefblood pressure (nes)

    180 Other heart problems –lncl heart d~sease, heart complalntcard~ac problems, heart trouble (nes)weak heart because of rheumat~c feverhole In the heartvalvular heart diseaseWolff–Parkinson–Wh~te syndromeAortlc stenosis, aorta replacementpacemaker ImplantperlcardltlsIschaemlc heart diseasemitral stenosiscard~ac d~ffus~oncardiac asthmaheart murmur, palpitationstachycard~a, s~ck sinus syndromehardening of the arteries In hearttired heartpains In the chest (nes)dlzzlness, glddlness, balance problems (nes)too much cholesterol In bloodheart fa~lureSt Vltus danceenlarged heartatr~al flbrllatlonventr~cular flbrllatlonhigh cholesterolpalpitations

    NB Balance problems due to ear compla~nt = code 130

    190 Piles/haemorrholds Incl Varicose Veins In anus

    200 Var~cose veins/phlebltls In lower extremities –Incl varicose ulcers, varicose eczema

    297

  • 210 Other blood vessels/embolic –incl. arteriosclerosis, hardening of arter es (nes)artificial arteriesarterial thrombosisthrombosis (nes)blocked arteries inRaynaud’s diseaseDulmonarv embolism

    (nes)

    leg

    intermittent claudicationtelangiectasia (nes)blood clotsSwollen legs and feetlow blood pressure/hypertensionhypersensitive to the cold.poor circulationWright’s syndromeVaricose veins in OesophagusPolyarteritis Nodosa

    NB Hemorrhage behind eye = code 100

  • ComDlalnts of resDlratory system

    220 Bronchltls/emphysemalncl chronic bronchltls, bronchlectasls

    230 Asthma –lncl bronchla asthma, allerglc asthmaasthma – allergy to house dust/grass/cat fur

    NB Exclude cardiac asthma – code 180

    240 Hayfever –Incl allerglc rhlnltls

    250 Other respiratory complaints -lncl bronch~al trouble, chest trouble (nes)bad chest (nes), weak chest – wheezybreathlessness

    pnemoconlosls, bysslnosls, asbestosls and otherlndustr~al, respiratory diseases, pigeon fancier’s lung

    lung complalnt (nes), lung problems (nes)damaged lung (nes), lost lower lobe of left lunglung damage by viral pneumoniaflbrosls of lungulcer on lung, fluld on lungfurred up airways, collapsed lungchest InfectIons, get a lot of coldsrecurrent pleurlsys~nus trouble, .sInusltlsrhlnltls (nes)catarrhadenoid problems, nasal polypssore throat, pharyngltlsthroat trouble (nes), throat Irrltatlonthroat lnfectlontonslllltlsabscess on larynxcoughing fitsallergy to dust/cat furparalysls of vocal cordsCroup

    ~ TB (pulmonary tuberculosis) – 370Cystic flbrosls – code 030Skin allergy – code 390Food allergy - code 270Allergy (nes) – code 410Pllonldal sinus – code 390Sick .sInussyndrome – code 180Whooping cough - code 370

    If complalnt 15 breathlessness with the cause alsostated, code the cause

    eg breathlessness as a result-of anaemla (code 380)breathlessness due to hole In heart (code 180)breathlessness due to angina (code 160)

    299

  • Complaints of the diuestive svstem

    260 Stomach ulcer/ulcer (nes)/abdominal hernia/rupture –incl. gastric /duodenal/peptic ulcerulcer (nes)double/inguinal/diaphragm/hiatus/umbilical herniahernia (nes), rupture (nes).

    270 Other digestive complaints (stomach, liver, pancreas, tileducts, small intestine – duodenum, jejunum and ileum) –

    271

    272

    273

    274

    280

    290

    inflamed duodenumweakness in intestinesileostomythroat trouble - difficulty in swallowingFood allergiesoesophagitis

    stomach trouble (nes), abdominal trouble (nes)indigestion, heart burn, dyspepsianervous stomach, acid s,tomach

    pancreas problems.

    store in gallbladder, gallbladder problems

    liver disease, biliary artesia,cirrhosis of the liver,liver problems

    Complaints of bowel/colon (large intestine, caecum,bowel, colon, rectum) –incl. colitis, colon trouble, ulcerative colitisSpastic colonenteritisdiverticulitisirritable bowel, inflammation of bowelpolyp on bowelcolostomy (nes)Crohn’s diseaseHirschsprung’s diseasefrequent diarrhoea, constipationfaecal incontinence/encopresis.grumbling appendix

    ~ exclude piles – code 190Cancer of stomach/bowel – code 010

    Complaints of teeth/mouth/tongue –incl. impacted wisdom tooth, gingivitisulcers on tongue, mouth ulcerscleft palate, hare lipno sense of taste

    330

  • ComDlalnts of qenlto–urlnarv system

    300 Kidney complaints –Incl kidney trouble, tube damage, stone In the kidneynephrltls, pyelonephrltlschronic renal failureuraemlarenal TBhorseshoe kidney, cystic kldneYonly one kidney,double kidney on right side

    310 Urinary tract InfectIon -

    lncl cystltls, urine InfectIon

    320 Other bladder problems/incontinence –

    Incl bladder restrictionbed wetting, enureslswater trouble (nes).

    NB prostate trouble – code 330

    330 Reproductive system disorders –

    Incl endometrloslsprolapsed wombprolapsed (nes) If femalevaglnltls, vulv~tls, dysmenorrhoeagynaecologlcal problemsmenopausehysterectomy (nes)period problems, floodlng, premenstrual tensionabscess on breast, mastltls, cracked nippledamaged testiclesprostate gland troubleImpotence, InfertllltyTurner’s syndromepelvlc Inflammatory disease (female)

  • Musculoskeletal – complaints of bones/ioints/muscles

    340 Arthritis/rheumatism/fibrositis -incl. arthritis/rheumatism in any part of the bodyosteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, polymyalgiarheumaticpsoriasis arthritis (also code psoriasis)Still’s diseaserheumatic symptomsarthritis as result of broken limb

    350 Back problems/slipped disc/spine/neck -

    incl.back trouble, lower back problems, back achespondylitis, spondylosis, cervical spondilitisprolapsed invertebral discsworn discs in spine – affects legsdamage, fracture or injury to backfspinefneckcurvature of spine, scoliosislumbago, inflammation of spinal jointdisc trouble, laminectomy (removal of slipped disc)Schuermann’s disease

    @ Exclude if damage/injury to spine results in paralysis– code 080SC1atlCa – code 080Trapped nerve in spine – code 080

  • 360 Other problems of bones/]olnts/muscles –

    Incl osteomyelitisbrittle bones, osteoporosisPierre Robin syndromePaget’s diseasePerthe’s d~seaseSchlatter’s diseaseSever’s diseasedislocations eg dislocation of h~p, cllcky hip,dislocated kneefflngerfracture, damage or ln]ury to extremltles, ribs,collarbone, pelvls, skull,hold Ieft arm out flat – broke It as a child,broken nose, deviated septumabsence or loss of llmb eg lost leg In war,flnqer amputated, born without armsdef~rmlty-of llmbs eg club footmalformed lawwalk with a llmp as a result ofafter affects of pollo (nes)Systematic sclerosls, myotonladisseminated lupushlp replacement (nes)hlD Infection, TB hlD

    clawhand,

    POIIO, PO11O (nes),

    nes)

    toh muscle in leg, ~orn ligaments, tendlnltlsbad shoulder, bad leg, collapsed knee cap,knee cap removedcartilage problemsfrozen shoulderaching arm, stiff arm, sore arm musclestra>ned leg muscles, pain In thigh musclesstiff ]olnts, ]olnt pains, contraction of sinews,muscle wastageDupuytren’s conhractlonbursltls, housemaid’s knee, tennis elbow,delayed heallng of bones or badly set fracturesweak legs, legs trouble, pain In legslegs won’t go, dlff~culty In walklngcramp In handphysically handicapped (nes)flat feet, bunionschondrodystrophlatenosynovltlsconoralat~a patela

    NB Muscular dystrophy – code 080

    303

  • 370 Infections and Darasitic disease

    incl. pulmonary tuberculosis (TB)tuberculosis of abdomensarcoidosis (nes)toxoplasmosis (nes)viral hepatitis, virus infectionglandular fevermalariatyphoid fevertetanusvenereal diseasesthrush, candida, herpesathlete’s foot, ‘fungal infection of nailringwormwhooping cough

    ~ After effect of Poliomyelitis, meningitis,encephalitis – code to sike/systemEar/throat infections etc – code to site

    380 Disorders of blood and blood forminq oraans

    incl. anaemia, pernicious anaemiasickle cell anaemia/diseasethalassaemiahemophiliapurpura (nes)blood condition (nes), blood deficiencypolycthaemia (blood thickening), blood too thickremoval of spleenremoval of lymph gland.

    ~ Leukaemia – code 010

    390 Skin complaints

    incl . eczemapsoriasis, psoriasis arthritis (also code arthritis)dermatitisepidermolysis, bulosapilonidal sinusitisimpetigoacneskin rashes and irritationsskin allergies, leaf rash, angio-oedemaskin ulcer, ulcer on limb (nes)birth markburned arm (nes)cellulitis (nes)carbuncles, boils, warts, verrucacorns, callousesingrown toenailchilblainsabscess in groin

    NB Rodent ulcer – code 010varicose ulcer, varicose eczema – code 200

    304

  • 400 other comDlalnts

    sleepwalkingfalntlngadhesionshair falllng out, alopeclatravel sicknessnose bleedsno sense of smelldumb, no speech

    NB Deaf and dumb – code 110 only

    401 Insomnia (Include sleep problems)

    402 Morning sweats, shakes or sickness caused by alcohol

    403 Nocturnal sweats caused by alcohol

    410 Unclasslflable (no other codable complalnt)

    Incl old age/weak with old agegeneral Inflrmltyallergy (nes), allerglc react~on to some drugs (nes)war wound (nes), road accident ln]ury (nes)weight loss (nes)after affects of menlngltls (nes)had menlngltls – left me susceptible to do otherthings (nes)electrical treatment on cheek (nes)swollen glands (nes)embarrassing Itch (nes)glass In head – too near temple to be removed (nes)

    411 tiredness (nes), tiredness due to pregnancy, lethargy (nes)

    4~2 Generally run down (nes)

    420 Complalnt no lonaer present

    NB Only use this code If It 1s actually stated that thecomplalnt no longer affects the Informant

    Exclude If complalnt kept under control bymedication - code to site/system

  • 800 Organic or symptomatic mental disorders– Dementia– Alzheimer’s Disease

    810 Mental and behavioral disorders due to drugsAlcohol/heavy drinker

    – Opium– Cannabis– Sedatives– Cocaine– Stimulants (include Caffeine)– Hallucinogens (LSD, speed, acid)– Tobacco– Volatile solvents– Any mixture of the above– Heavy drinker

    820 Schizophrenia

    – Catatonic schizophrenia– Chronic schizophrenia”– Hebephrenic schizophrenia– High schizophrenia– Mild schizophrenia– Paranoia– Paranoid Schizophrenia– Schizophrenia– Simple Schizophrenia

    829 Other non–organic psychoses

    – Auditory hallucinations– Hallucinations– Hearing voices– Mild psychosis– Neuroleptic– Psychosis– Psychotic tendencies– Schizo – affective disorders– Schizophrenic affective disorder– Voices

    830 ManiaHyperactiveHypomaniaMania

    831 Manic depressive disorderBipolar affective disorderManic depressionManic depressive psychosisMoodsMood swings

  • 832 Depress~on, post natal depression, “anxiety & depression”

    839

    840

    841

    842

    849

    850

    860

    870

    880

    890

    899

    999

    998

    Other mood (affect~ve disorders)-Emotional problems, problems with marriage (nes)

    Phob~c anxiety disorders– Acrophobia- Social phobia– Speclflc Isolated phobias

    Other anxiety disorders– Panic disorder

    Generallsed anxiety disorder/lncl stress andanxiety/nervous tenslonfbad nerves, agltatlon (nes)

    – “emotional anxiety worry”

    Obsessive–compulsive disorder

    Other neurotic disordersworry (speclflc), bereavement (nes)

    – post traumatic stress disordersstress related headaches

    — hyperventilation syndrome

    Behavloural syndromes associated with psychologicaldisturbances and physical factors– Anorexia nervosa, Bullmla nervosa

    Sleep disorders (non–organic), nlghtfrlghtsSexual disorders (non–organic)

    – Other behavloural syndromes

    Personality disordersHabit and Impulse disorders (gambllng, stealln9, fires)

    – Gender Identity problems– D~sorders of sexual preference– Other personality disorders

    Mental retardationbackward/slow/mental handicap

    Disorders of psychological developmentSpeech and language disordersReading, spelllng or arithmetical d~sorders

    – Autism— Other disorders of psychological development

    Childhood disorders

    Unspeclfled mental disorderIllness In the mind, mental Illnessmentally disturbed

    — stress, distress— nervous breakdown (n e s ), nervous exhaustion

    neuropathy

    NA/Refused/unclassifiable

    Preventative medlclne – eg vltamlns

    307

  • 00

    (%s

    ..

    ..

    ..

    ..

    ..

    I:a~cl~

  • Back ache ..........................Back trouble.......................

    Bad chest ..........................Bad eyesight.......................Bad leg .........................!..

    Balanceproblem-dueto innerear ................(nes) ...........................

    Baldness...........................

    Beckwith-WiedemannSyndrome........

    Bed Wetting ........................

    Behavioral disordersdue toAlcohol.........................Gpium ...........................Cannabis........................Sedatives.......................Cocaine.........................Stimulants(includeCaffeine)...Hallucinogens(LSD,speed,acid)Tobacco.........................Volatilesolvents...............Anymixture of above.............

    Bell’e Palsy .......................

    Biliaryartesia....................

    Bipolaraffectivedisorder.........

    Birthmark..........................

    Blackouts..........................

    Bladdercomplaint..................Bladderproblems...................Bladderrestriction................

    Bleeding-Nose ............................

    B1indness-colour..........................night ...........................(nes)...........................

    Blockedartery(nes) ..............

    Blood-Clot [nes) ......................condition.......................deficiency......................pressure- high ..........................

    309

    Code

    350350

    250090360

    130180

    400

    030

    320

    810810810810810810B1O810810810

    080

    274

    831

    390

    060

    320320320

    400

    100100090

    210

    2103B0380

    170

    - low ...........................- (nes).........................thickening......................

    Blurredvision....................

    Boils .............................

    Bowel-inflamed........................irritable.......................polyp ...........................

    Braindamageresultingfrominfection

    Breathlessness-(axcl.due to anaemia,angina,holein the heart) ...................

    Brittlebones .....................

    Broken-limb ............................nose ............................rlb .............................

    Broncliialtrouble.................

    Bronchiectasis....................

    Bronchitis........................

    Bulimianervosa...................

    Bulosa ............................

    Bunion ............................

    Buphthalmos.......................

    Burnedarm (nes

    Bursitis......

    Byssinosis,...

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    Callous............................

    Cancer(butsee exceptionsin codes011,012, 013) ....................

    Candida............................

    Carbuncle..........................

    Carcinoma(anysite) ...............

    Cardiacdiffusion..................

    Code

    210170380

    090

    390

    280280280

    084

    250

    3f

    360360360

    250

    220

    220

    850

    390

    360

    loo

    390

    360

    250

    390

    010

    370

    390

    010

    180

  • Code

    Cardiacproblem...

    Carpaltunnelsyndrome ... ... .

    Cartilageproblem............ .....

    Cataract.......... .... .. ......

    Catarrh .... ....... ... ......

    Catatomlcschlzophrerna........ ...

    Cellulltls(nes)......... .........‘,

    Cerabralembollsm.. ... .. .......Cerebralhemorrhage . ..... ......Cerebralpalsy ... ... . ...... ...Cerebralthrombosis . ... ... ..

    Cerebro-vascularaccldant ....... ............ .

    Chest mfectlon .... ... . .. ....Chestpares (nes) . . .... ....Chesttrouble(nes) .. .. .

    Chllblams . .. . .

    Chlldhooddisorder.

    Cholesterol-too much m blood

    Chondrodystrophla.,.,

    Chronlc bronchit1sChronlc renalfallureChronicachlzophrema

    Clrculatlon-poor ..

    Clrrhosls-llver. . .... .

    . . . . . . . . . . . .

    . . . . . . . . . .

    . . . . . .

    . . . . . ..,. . .

    . . . . . . . . . .

    Claudlcatlon-m.termlttent

    Claw hand .

    Cleftpalate .

    club foot ...

    Coellacdisease

    Cold (common)

    Colltls-

    . .

    . . .

    . .

    . . . . .

    Code

    180

    080

    360

    090

    250

    820

    390

    150150080150

    150

    250180250

    390

    890

    180

    360

    220300820

    2io

    274

    210

    360

    290

    360

    030

    250

    ulcerative.. .(nest)...........””

    Collapse -Knee cap . . .... ..... ... ..lung ... .. ....... .. ... ...

    Colon trouble. ... .... .

    Colostomy-for cancer. .... . .........(nes)... . . .... ...... . .:

    Colourblmd. ..... ...... .

    Con]unctlvltls. .. ... ... .. ..

    Constlpatlon. ..... ........ . ...

    Contraction-Oupuytren’s . ..........Sinews .... ... .... .. ..::.

    Convulsions. ., . ... . . ... .

    Cor n.. .... .. ..... . .

    Cornea-scarred.. ..... .... ..... . ..

    Comeal ulcer .. .. . .... . ....

    Coronarythrombos1s ... .. .....

    Cough -Whooping..... .... ....... .....(nes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    Crackednipple . ... .. .

    cramp -llmh. ..... ... . .

    Crohn’sdisease .....

    Croup . ....

    Curvature-spree . . . .. .

    Cushlng’ssyndrome. ...

    Cyst (anysite) .

    Cysticflbrosls . ..Cystickidney .

    Cystltls

    . . . .

    . .

    . . . .

    . . .

    . . .

    . . . .

    . . .

    2s0280

    360250

    280

    013280

    100

    100

    280

    360360

    060

    390

    100

    100

    160

    370250

    330

    360

    280

    250

    350

    032

    010

    030300

    310

    310

  • Code Code

    Damage-brain ...........................kidney..........................lung ............................spine (axclparalysis) .........testicles.......................

    Deaf and dumb ......................

    Deafness -conductive......................nerve ................4..........(nes)...........................

    Degenerativebraindisease.........

    Deficiency-blood ...........................hormone.........................

    Dementia...........................

    Depression.........................

    Dermatitis.........................

    Detachedretina ....................

    Deviatedseptum....................

    Diabetes...........................

    Diarrhoea..........................

    Difficulty-swallowing......................walking(nes) ...................

    Diffusion-cardiac.........................

    Disc trouble......................

    Discharge-ear .............................

    Disease- (see alsosyndrome)Addison’s.......................Alzheimer’s.....................Coeliac.........................Crohn’s.........................degenerativebrain ..............heart ...........................Hirschsprung’s..................Hodgkin’s.......................Ischamnicheart .................liver ...........................Meniere’s.......................motorneurone...................

    080300250350330

    110

    110110110

    083

    380030

    800

    832

    390

    090

    360

    020

    280

    270360

    180

    350

    140

    030080030280180180280010180270130080

    Paget’s.........................Parkinson’s.....................Pelvicinflammatory(Female)....Perthe’s........................Raynaud’s.......................Schlatter’s.....................Schuermenn’s....................Sever’s.........................Sicklecell .....................Still’s.........................valvularheart ..................venereal........................pelvicinflammatory(female)...

    Dislocation-disc ............................neck ............................spine ...........................othersite ......................

    Disseminatedlupus ................Disseminatedsclerosis............

    Diverticulitis....................

    Dizziness.........................

    Douhlehernia .....................Doublekidney.....................Doublevieion .....................

    Dry eye syndrome..................

    m-and deaf ........................(nes)...........................

    Duodenalulcer .....................

    Dupuytren’scontraction............

    Dwarfism...........................

    Dysmenorrhea.......................

    Dyspepsia..........................

    Dystrophy-muscular........................myotonic........................

    Ear -causingbalanceproblems........drum - perforated(nes) .........glue ............................noisesin .......................

    Earache............................

    360080330360210360350360380340180370330

    350350350360

    36u080

    280

    180

    260300100

    100

    110400

    260

    36

    030

    330

    271

    080080

    130140140120

    140

  • Eczema-varicose . ... . ..(nes).... . ....... ..

    Embollsm-cerebral.............. ........pulmonary........... ..... ....

    Emotionalproblems..... ... . ...

    Emphysema. ......... ..... ........

    EncephalomyelItls -myalglc. ........... ..... ...

    Encopresls............... ........

    Endomentrlosls... ...... .....

    Eneuresls..... ......... ... ...

    Enterltls .... .. . ..

    Epilepsy . .. ... ..... ......

    Epldermolysls.. . . . . .... ..

    Euetachmn tobe -disorderof... ... .... . ..

    Eye -dry . .. . ... .. , . . ..InfectIon ..... .... ... ...lazy . . . .. ..llghtsensltlve...... . .. . ..sty ....... . . .. .waiery ... ... . .

    Eyesight-bad .. . .poor. ... .. .. .“ .

    Faecallncontmence

    Failure-heart . ......renal . ..

    Falntlng(nes). .. ....

    Febrileconvulsions.... .

    Feellng -loss of (In extrenutles

    Flhrosls-Cysticlung

    . . . . .

    . . .

    . . .,..

    . .

    . . .

    Code

    200390

    150210

    839

    220

    080

    280

    330

    320

    280

    060

    390

    140

    100100100100100100

    090090

    280

    180300

    400

    060

    080

    030250

    Flbrosltls .. . . .. .

    Flt -coughing. ,. .. ..... .Jacksonmn ..(nes) . .........1...1.1 :.” l.:

    Flat feet .... . ... .... . . .

    Floater-eye..... ...... .. . ...

    Fluld-on brain .... . .. .. .... .on lung .... ........... ....retention. .. ................

    Food allergy...... . .. .. .

    Fracture(nes) -disc ....... ...... ..... . .neck ..... ... .. ..... . .spree ... . ...... .. .....other site ...... ... ..

    Frledrelch’sataxla .... . . .

    Frozenshoulder .. .. ... . .

    FungalInfectIonof nail . . .. .

    Gall bladderproblems.... ... ..

    Gallstone . .. . .. ..

    Gastriculcer . . .. . . .

    Glddmess ... . ..... .. . , . .

    Gilbert’ssyndrome.. . .. . .

    Gmglvltls .. ... .... .

    Glandularfever ... .. . . ..

    Glaucoma .. . . .

    Glue ear . . . .. .

    Goltre . . . . . .

    Gout ...... . . . .. .....

    Grandmal ..

    Growth (any site)

    Gulllaln-Barresyndrome

    Code

    340

    250060060

    360

    100

    080250030

    270

    350350350360

    080

    360

    370

    273

    270

    260

    180

    030

    290

    370

    100

    140

    031

    030

    060

    010

    080

    312

  • Code Code

    Gynecologicalproblems............

    Haemopbi1ia ........................

    Hemorrhage -cerebral........................eye .............................

    Haemorrhoide.......................

    Hair -failingout (nes) ...............

    Hallucinations.....................

    Handicap-physical- spasticity...........physical(nes) ..................

    Hardening-arteriesin heart ...............arteries(nes) ................,.lens ............................

    Hare lip .........................,

    Hayfever ..........................

    Headaches.........................

    Hearing-poor ............................

    Hearingvoices ....................

    Heart-attack..........................bum ............................complaint.......................disease.........................murmur..........................trouble...................

  • Code

    Implant-lens .... .. . . ..... .. .. 090pacemaker . . . ..... .... 180

    Impotence ... ................. ... 330

    Incontinence-bladder. . ... . ......... .. 320double . ... . ......... . ... 280&320faecal................. ....(nes)... ............ ........1.

    Indlgestlon...... .... ... .. .....

    Industrialrespiratorydisease... .

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    Malaria............................

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    Mania ..............................

    Manicdepression...................

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    Mass (anysite) ....................

    Mastectomy(nes) ...................

    Mastitis...........................

    Mastoiditis........................

    Meniere’sdisease..................

    Menopause..........................

    Mentaldisorder- unspecified......Mentalillness.....................Mentalhandicap....................Mentalretardation.................

    Mentallydisturbed.................

    Metachromaticleucodystrophy.......

    Microcephaly.......................

    Mild psychosis.....................Mild schizophrenia.................

    Migraine...........................

    Mitralstenosis....................

    Motorneuronedisease..............

    Mood swings........................

    Moods ..............................

    Mouthulcer ........................

    Multiplesclerosis.................

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    Musculardystrophy................,

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    Myocardiainfarction..............

    Myopia ............................

    Myotonia(nes) ....................

    Myotonicdyetrcphy................

    Myxoedema(nes) ...................

    Nasalpolyps ......................

    Neoplasm(anysite) ...............

    Nephritis.........................

    Neuralgia-trigeminal......................(nes)...........................

    Neuritis..........................

    Neurofibromatosis.................

    Neuroma-accoustic .......................

    Nerve-removal(in limb) ...............trapped.........................

    Nervousstomach...................Nervoustension...................

    Neuroleptic.......................

    Nightblindness...................

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    Nosebleeds .......................

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    Petltmal ..... .. .. ........

    Pharyngltls........ . ... .....

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    Anus .. . . 190Oesophagus .. .. . . 210

    Vem-varicose ..... . .. ... . 200

    Venerealdisease .... . .. .. 370

    Verruca............ .. ......... . 390

    Vertigo. .... ... ...... ...... 130

    Voices .......... ..... .... .... 829

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    Vulvltls. ..... . . . .. . 330

    Wart .. ... ... ... 390

    Wastage- nmscle .. . ..... .. 360

    Water -retention..... ...... . . . 030trouble(nes) .......... . .. 320

    Wateryeye . . ............ ... 100

    Weak bladder.. .... .. . . . ,. 320Weak chest. ....... . . 250Weak heart ........ . . .“.” “ 180Weak legs ......... .. . . ... 360

    Weaknessm mtestmes ... 270

    Wheezy(nes) ... . . .. .. . 250

    Whoopingcough . . .. 370

    Wllmstumour . ........ .. . . 010

    Wilson’sdisease . . .. . 030

    Wolff-Parkmson-Whitesyndrome 180

    Worn disc . . .. . . .. 350

    Worry (speclflc) 849

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  • &B M40KINGSWTICIN

    GeneralNote

    The interestlles in ordnaq tobaccowhich IS emoked. Tobaccoor tobaccoproductswhmh are chewed or sucked,snuff, or herbal tobaccosshouldbeignored. &end the cadingas necessary.

    HI Have you ever smoked?

    By ‘eversmokeda czgarette,their llfe.

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    IS the informant’smterpretatlonof “nowadays”.

    Abouthow many cigarettesa day do You usuallysmoke?

    Checkthat 2 digitshave been enteredor that 00 has been rnged.

    Ring the digits.

    Use code 99 for no answers.

    Use code 98 for thosewho smoke

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    99 cigarettesor more a day.

    1: Ranges- codethe midpoint. Take ‘half’to the nearestevennumber.

    2. Hand rolledcigarettes - writ 1 oz of tobaccoas 40 cigarettescount12.5grof tobaccoss 18 cigarettescount25gr of tobaccoas 36 cigarettes

    Only convertouncesto cigarettesif the informent has not given thenumberof clgaretteesmoksd.

    3. Weeklyamounts- if the informantcan only give en enewerin weeklyterms,code l/7thof the totalof Q3 end Q4.

    H5 M You main smoke?

    ‘Filtertipped’means cigarettesmanufacturedwith a tip on them. Do notIncludefllteredcigaretteholderswhichscae peoplsuse.

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  • 12&-‘Nend rolled’cigarettescan be flltertippedor plain,but It 1s the factthat they are hand rolledand not manufacturedthat is mportant. Code 3ehouldbe ruigedfor cigarette that ara not manufactured.

    If H5 ismulticodador thereie an interviewernote eaymg “50/50hand rolledend other”,prioritycode1 over code 2 over code 3.

    If H5 is blank lt may be possibleto establishthe correctcode from thedetailsgivenat Ii6.Note thaton the BrandCheck11st (P)indxcatesplain.

    Ii6 Whichbrandof cigarettesdo YOu usuallY smoke?

    Checkthata threedlgltnumber&s beenenteredor that the interviewerhasringedcode 1 and speclfled detailsof the brand amkad.

    Do not checkthat the interviewerbas codedthe brand correctly.

    Ruig the threedlgxtnumber. .

    If the interviewerhas not codedthe cigarettetypecode fromthe BrandCheckList.

    Code answersrecordedat 1 fra the BrandCheck List.

    Use code 777 If an Informantsmokes no regularbrand or eomeone else’ecigarettesandthe intenuewerhasnot recordeddetal1s of thebrandcurrantlysmoked.

    Use code 888 where there la inaufflcientdetail to code the brand, or thebranddoeenot appearon theBrandCheckLiet. FlagforS/V lfuneurewhetherto use 888. See alsoNote 4.

    Flag and epeclfycode 888.

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    1. Tar levelsare indicatedafter the brand on the Brand Check List bylettersin brackets.

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    smkee two typesof cigaretteequally- 1f both brandsfallinto the eemetar levelcategory,code 199,299, 399 accordingly;otherwiseuee code 888.

    3. Use code 199; 299 etc ratherthan 8S8, where there is lnsuffIclentdetailbut It is knownfromthe BrandCheckList that the tar level1sthe eeme for all cigarettes❑anufacturedunder that name eg codePiccadilly(nes)ae 299 as all are (Ml) (lowto middletar).

    Slmllarlycode Consulate(nes) aa 199 as all are (L) low tar

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    a 322 manufacturedunderone name

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    Note This is an opinionquestion- acceptwhat lnformentssay.

    FIRST~NTH: FLAG all commentsfor S/V.

    Wouldyou like to giveUP smokingaltogether?

    Note Thle is en opinionquestion- acceptwhet informantscay.

    FIRSTMONTH: FLAG all comwentsfor WI.

    How arm afterwakingdo You usuallysmokeYour firstcigarette?

    ~ The emphasishere is on the usualtime that the informantsbeginto emke afterwaking.

    Checkthat only one of codes1-6 Is ringed.

    If tbe guestlonis not codedbut thereis a note that it is usuallyeg5 hours on a weekday end 1 hour on weekends,code the eoswer forweeMay le cmie 6 in this case.

    In other cases where lt variesand the anewer can’t be coded,leaveblank.

    FIRSTMONTH: FLAG all commentsfor S/V.

    H1O(a) How mew cigarettestid You smoke?

    Checkthat 00 has bean ringedor that two digitshave been entered.

    Ring the diglte.

    Uee code 99 for no answers.

    If there were variationsin the number of cigarettesthe informantemked, code the number~ emoked.

    H1O(b) How long ago?

    Treat the precedesin priorityorder If coumentsindicatethat morethanone code applles.

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    Hll How old were You?

    Checkthat two dlgltshave beam enteredend rmg them.

    Use code 99 for no answers.

    If a raugeof agee is givencode the eerllestage.

    Mote that code 00 can only be used lf 2 is coded1.

    E12(a)How maw cigarsdo YDu smokeper week’?

    Checkthat 00 has been ringedor that two dlgztshave been antered.

    Ring the dlglts.

    Use code 99 for no answers.-

    Use ccxle98 for thoeewho smoke99 cigaraor more a week.

    li13 Do You smokea pipe at all nowadaye?

    Thiequestionle onlyaskedof men who have ever smoked. Womenarenotasked.

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    Multicoding- If this occurs,acceptthe highestf reguencycodeand deleteotherccdaseg Spiritecategorycoded3and 4 acceptcede 3 deletecc+le4.

    Changesm drinkingpattern

    If thereis a nota tlwftthe informant’sdrinkingpetternoverthelaet 12 monthshas changedeg duringpregnancy,referto S/V.

    Any otheralcoholicdrinks:

    It ie neceaearyto recode answersinto the appropriatedrinkcategoryeg Cemparispecified,recodafrequencycedeto Spiritecatagory end delete code In ‘AIIyother alcohollc drinks’category. If the frequencyhea not been snaweredacceptcodeatthe ralevsntdrinkscatagory,unlessthat is ccdsdE thandeletecode 8 end laavethe frequency blank. In othercaaesacceptthehighestfrequencycode if the code recordedhere is differentfrom the one shown at the relevantdrinkscategoryeg at ‘Anyotheralcohollcdrinks’Csmpsrlie apecified coded1, recoded tothe Spiritscategorywhich 1s alrasdycoded 2, delete ctia 2,racodato 1 enddeletacodeat ‘Anyotheralcoholicdrinks’. Seealso points7 and 8 at Generalnoteeon codingthe awunt.

    TYPS of drink- RecodingNotes- eee nest paga.

    Meths/cleeningfluzdetc

    It is posalblethatsomeinformants(moatlikelyin the homeleespeoplesample)w~ll answerin ths category.

    List end flag thesecssas.

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  • Drlnklng

    16 Recodingnotes

    Rememberto excludeal1 non/lowalcoholdrinks.

    Shendycategozy

    Sxclude: Bottled/cenmedshendy.

    BeerCategory

    Include: Export,Heavy, Black and Ten, BarleyWine, DlebeticBear, Hme Brew Lager,SpecialBrew Lager,LagerendLime,Home Brew Beer,Gold Label,Guinuess,Pommagne,stout,scrumpy.

    Excluda: Non alcoholiclagerseuchas Barhmen, Naliber. Alsoexcludegingerbeer.

    SplrltsCategory

    Include: Cocktailsil:gg~~np,all liqueurs,Snouhall,Bacardi,Perncd, Pimme, Bourbon, Wlnskey Plac,Schnapps,Liqueur{nes), Bluemon (no expl)0,Vodka,Rum (end pep), Southern Comfort, Tia Maria,Cuzo/Anleeed,Cherry Brendy, Arak (strong eplrit),Irleh Velvet,Brendy,150°?kxnshlna,GaelicCoffee,Advocaat,Tequila,Armagnac,ClanDew,Cempari,Malibu,Teboo.

    Wine cateqory

    Include: Punch,Nead, Mouseec,Concorde,Champagne,Babychem,Sakl,CherryB, CalypeoOrangeParry,Home made wine,Thwnderhlrd.

    Esclude: Non alcoholicwineseuches Eisberg.

    Sherry,Vermouthcategory

    Include: Clnzeno,Dubonnet,BMIICO,Rlcardo,NolllyPrat,GingerWine,HomemadeSherry,Tonicwme, Senatogen,Scotemacand slmllarBritishwinesfortlfledwithspmlts, Portend Lemon,20/20.

    Please note that home made drinks should ba recoded to theapproprlatacategory.

    Referto S/V all enswersnot coveredby the abovenotes.

    17 Quantityof Drink

    AppllesIf 16 lS ceded1-7.

    Code the amountas 2 dlglts.Ring the number.

    If the amountIS not given,use HA code 99.

    Referto S/V - any guantltlesor queriesnot covered.

    The coding of amount representsumts of alcohol. 9 gms ofalcohol= 1 umt = code 01.

  • l.EHL-17 Quantitynotes (cent)

    Code1 pint Shendy(aeaumng \ pint beer,~ pintlewnede ) .................................... 1 unit = 01

    } pint beer/stout/lager/cider................. 1 unit = 01

    1 eingle(1/5thor l/6thgill)measureof allspzrits(Includingliqueurs).................. 1 Unit = 01

    1 glass (2 fluidOZS) Sharry/Martmietc ...... 1 Unit = 01

    lglees (4-4+fludozs) wine ................. lunit=Ol

    GENSPALNOTESON CODINGAHOUNT

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    5.

    .

    6.

    7.

    If the awunt drunk ie less than one unit eg 1 pint Shandy(aeeuning~ pmt beer end ~ pint lemonade)treates one umt =cede 01.

    Code a teaspoonof Brandy (formedicinalpurpoees) es 01.

    Cedemnuature bottleses 2 umts = code 02.

    If rangesare recordedcode the highestawunt eg 3-4 pinte ofbeer = 8 Units ❑ code 08.

    Roundup other fractionsof units eg 1* glaeaeeof Bherry = 2Units= code 02; Ii pintaof Shandy= cede 02.

    If the amountvariesso much that the Interviewerwas unabletogat a usualamount,codethe amountdrunkmost frequently,whichehouldthenrelateto the frequency coda,or, fai1ingthat,as alestresortcoda the highestamountdrunkon one day.

    If dxfferent amounts are 9ivan of dzfferent drinks within acategory,code the amountwhichrelatesto the frequancycode.

    eg Wtueky- one or two a mnth (cede5) - 2 euiglesCsmparl- ona or two a week (code4) - 1 eingle

    This shouldbe codedas -

    Frequency - code 4 (the hlgheetfrequancy)

    Amount - code 01 (theamountralatingto the highestf reguency).

    (notescontinuedon next page) 327

  • kx-8. Whenrecodingfrom ‘Anyotheralcoholicdrmke’, ifmore thenone

    drznk is drunk zn a category,and bd.h the [email protected] theamountsare the same,codethe amountforone of the drinktypes,only. Do @ add the amountstogether.

    eg Sherry,1 glass,5 or 6 days ) Cede 1 gleesonly.Dulxmnet,1 glaes,5 or 6 days )

    ~, If the emountsare different,end frequencyis the same,codethe higheatamount.

    If en amount is not entered In sufficientdetell at ‘Any otheralcoholicdrinks’@g 1 gleesof beer,assumea mxnimumamount,in thiscase } pint.

    See alsopint 6.

    9. Beer/lager:If pintsad largeor smellcansarebothcompleted,assumethey are alternativeson dlff ereotdaysnot the same dayend code the highest’amounteg 6 pints, 7 large came, 9 smallcane- code the highestamountwhich1s 6 pinte.

    Amountsof beer/lageretc

    1.

    2

    3.

    4.

    5.

    1.

    ~ of beer/lageretc : Smallapprox~ pint (9 2/3f1 oz)= 1 unit = cods 01

    Largeapprox‘/4pint (15.5f1 oz)= 2 umts = code02.

    If ‘can’ IS recordedend no furtherdetaila,aesumeit is the ~pint saze.

    2 ‘large’cans = 03; 3 ‘large’cans = 05; 4 ‘large’cans . 06etc.

    Settlesof beer/lagar: Smell (92/3fl OZ) = 1 unit = coda 01.

    If ‘bottle’1s recordedand no furtherdetai1s aeaumelt 1s the~ pint size.

    Lltre/’flagon’of cider/beer: approx1’/4pints= 4 unite= code04.

    Barleywine/verystrongalee : approx1/3pint bottles= 1 unit= code 01.~. A ‘nip’canbe ueedto descrlhe(1/3)bottleof barleywine.

    330 mls = 13 fl 02s = 2 Units440 mls = 2 units

    Ans7untsof Splrlts/liWeurs

    1 - = 1/5gill (Scotland)urmt ❑ code 01.

    or 1/6gill (Sngland& Wales)= 1

    Treatas 1 singlea ‘half’(termused in Scotland),a ‘nip’, ora ‘tot’.

  • ,,

    lEHl-2. 1 double= 2/5gill (Scotland)or 1/3gill (Sngland& Wales)= 2

    umits = code02.

    Tractas a double ‘large’measureof epirits,

    3. A lmttleof all eplrlts= 262/3f1 OZS,

    1 fluid02 = 1 UWIT.

    Therefore1 bottle = 27 units = code 27+ bottle = 13* urute = code 14* bottle ❑ 7 units = code 07

    4. A @lJ of allspirits= } pint = 5 fluidozs = 5 units= coda05.

    Therefore1/4gill = 33/4unita = code 04~ gill ‘= 2* units = code 03#,5:;:; : ;4 lulls : :% ;;

    m. 1,69111 (Single~n [email protected] and Wales)is also treatedas 1

    unit = code 01.

    5. TaesDoon.s/tableex.nns: 4 teaapoone= 1 teblespwn.

    1 Britishmeasuringtablespoon= 1/32imperialpint.

    Treatas 1 singleup to 4 teaspoonsor 1 tablea~.

    Raferany othermeasureby spoonto S/V.

    6. Cocktails : Assumea einglemeasure(1 urut = coda 01) unlessfurtherdetailsare given.

    Amountsof Sherry,Mertlnletc

    1. A schooner/largegleee = 2 unite = code 02.

    2. 1 bottlesherrvhort = 262/3fl oze.

    ],4lltre= 26.4 fl ozs.1 bottleMartini/Vermouth= 75 cle =

    2 fluid02 = 1 UWIT

    Therefore1 tmttle = 13* units = code 14~ bottle = 7 Unlta = code 07, etc.

  • Drinking

    Amounts of Wme

    1. UimE = 4-4+ flud oze = 1 unit = cede 01.

    2. 1 etan&rd httle = 1 x 70 cl/or 75c1 bottle wine = approx6gleasee= 6 umta.

    if the eizeof bottleis not recorded,aesumestandardsize.

    3. 1 litrebottle = 35.2 f1 02s = aPProx8 glasses= 8 umts.

    Therefore# bottle = \ units = code 04/3 bottle= 2 /3 units = code 03} bottle = 2 units = code 02

    4. A carafeof wine = 1 standardbottle= 6 urnts.

    5. [email protected] of wine = 20 fl ozs = approx5 91asses= 5 ~lts.

    Therefore+ pint = 2} units = code 03, etc.

    6. Babychea = 1 bottle (3} fl OZS) = 1 UNIT = code 01.

    7. Cane of wme = 25c1 = 2 umte = code 02.

    * 330

  • D

    SELF CQ4PLST10N

    All eubjoctzntervlews,whetheron a B or a C schedule,shouldalsohave a D scheduls.

    If the D schedule1s missing,inserta blank one, fllllngin Region,Addressend H/boldnumber.

    (At the editingstage,If thleomissionwas not noticedat the codingstage,add in Rec 34, seq 01, 02, 03 and Rec 35 seq 01 and 02).

    Look throughthe questionnaireto make sure that it IS clearenoughtobe keyed. Some txdylngup ❑ay be necessaryeg nformnta may tick bythe sidesof boxes,or write ‘Yes’or ‘No’insteadof ticking.

    Page 8 Ql(b) Ring the number- 2 dlglts.

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    526673

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    576524

    684685592

    208208532593

    594595596597598599

    401308209209

    PAS BRANDCBBCK LIST

    AcclalmKing Size

    Balmoral:King Size (L14)Kmg Size Low Tar (L)loos (M)

    BelgraveKing S1zeBalmontKing S1zeBelvedere:

    International(LM)IntematlonalKmg Size (LM)SuperiorKmg Size (LM)

    Benson& Hedges:Gold Bond Filter(LM)loos (LM)SovereignFilter(LM)Sovereqn Kmg Size (LM)SovereignMild (LM)SpecialFilterKing Size (LM)SpecialMild Kmg Size (L)SterlingKn_w Size (LM)SuperVirginiaiTurkishFilterXL (Ml)

    Bentley-KlngSize (LM)Superkmgs (LM)

    Berkeley:

    Ilter(LM)LM)

    SpecialKing SizeSuperkmgs (LM)Superkmgs Mzld (L)Superkngs Menthol(L)

    BlackCat:King Size (LM)Superklngs(LM)

    Broadway:Kmg Size 25s (LM)LightsKmg Size 25s (L)

    Buckmgham Kmg Size (LM)

    Camel:Filters(LM)FilterTIPLights(L)Regular(M)

    Capital.Kmg Size (LM)Superkmgs American(LM)SuperklngsMedium (LM)Superkmgs Menthol(L)SuperklngsMild (LM)

    Caprl100s (L)Capstan.

    Full Strength(F) (MH)Medzum (P)

    CarrollsNumber1 (LM)CarrollsNumber1 Vlrgmla

    332

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    103600686601602

    657527533

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    582569570

    534535504

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    138537347538139539516577540

    690213214108215109658560216583

    cartler:InternationalLusuryMild (L)VendomeLights(L)

    CentreKing Size (M)CharlesHouseSpecialReserveKingSize (M)ChesterfieldKing Size (LM)Choice:

    BlueKing Size (L)King Size (M)100s (M)

    Classic:King Size (LM)loos (LM)

    Consulate:Menthol(L)No 2 (L)100s (L)

    Conway:King Size (LM)King Size Low Tar .JL)loos (LM)

    Craven:100sSuperkings(LM)100s SuperkingsMild (L)100s SuperkingsSpecialMild

    Craven“A*:King Size (LM)King SizeMenthol

  • 674541

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    612613404226614615

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    286506228

    678667659616

    343281

    Ecllpse120s (LM)EllteKmg Size (LM)Embassy:

    ExtraFllldFilter (LM)Mild Kmg Size [L)Number1 ExtraMildNumber1 KingSize (LM)Number 3 StandardSizeRegalUltraMild King Size

    Fn_ie120 SuperLengthFines120sMenthol(LM)Fines120sVlrglnla(M)First:

    Kmg .%ze (LM)loos (LM)

    Five Kings:King Size (LM)Kmg .%ze Mild (L).loos (LM)

    Gallaher’s:De Luxe Blue Plaln(M)Da Luxe GreenPlaln(LM)

    Gaulolses:Blondes(LM)CaporalCapOralFIlterDlsqueBlue (Ml)DlsgueBlue CapOralFilter (Ill)Filter (LM)Legeres(LM)Plan (M)

    Gltanes:BlondesFilter(LM)BlondesLights(L)CapOralCaporalFilter(LM)International(LM)Plain (M)

    Globe:Blue Kmg Size (L)loos (LM)King Size (M)

    Gold Flake (P)Gold LeafFilterVlrgmla [LM)GoldMark:

    Kmg Size (LM)Superkmgs (LM)

    Guards (LM)

    HaddowsKmg Size (LM)HarrodsKmg Size (LM)Houseof CommonsKing Size (L)Houseof LordsKingSize (L)Hyds Park

    Kmg SizeSuperkmgs (LM)

    3$4

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    238508349

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    IndependentNo 3 King Size (LM)IndependentNo 3 Superkings(LM)

    John Player(JP):King Size (LM)’King Size SstraMild (L)SpecialFilterSpecial100SSpecialKing Size (LM)SpecialLightsKing Size (L)Superkings(LM)Superkings(LowTar) (L)SuperkingsLights(L)SuperkingsMenthol(L)

    Kensitas:club (LM)Club King Size (LM-)Club Mild (L)Club Mild King Size (LM)Corsair FilterVirginia(LM)FilterVirginiaKing Size (M)FineVirginiaPlain (LM)King Size FilterVirginia(M)Mild King Size (LM]

    Kent:King Size (L)King Size Lights(L)100sDeluxe (LM)

    King George:King Size (LM)Mild King Size (L)Superkings(LM)

    Kings:FilterVirginiaKing Size (LM)loos (M)

    Kingsman:FilterVirginiaKing Size (LM)SpecialKing Size (L!l)Superkings(LM)

    KingstonKing Size (LM)Kingsway:

    100s (M)King Size (LM)Long Length(LM)

    Knights:Low Tar (L)King Size (LM)100s (LM)

    Knightsbridge:Knightsbridge(LM)100s (LM)Kings (M)King Size (LM)

    Kool King SizeMenthol(LM)

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    Lambert& ButlerIntematlonalSizeKing Size (LM)King Size Low Tar (L)SpecialMild Kmg Sizeloos (M)

    Lambeth:King Size [LM)Mild King Size (LM)Superkmgs (LM)

    LarkFilterKing Size (LM)L & M FilterKmg Size (LM)Londls:

    Kmg Size (LM)LuxuryLength(LM)

    London:Kmg Size (M)Superklngs(M)

    LuckyStrikeKing Size (LM)

    Mace:King Size (LM)Superkmgs (LM)

    Ma]orExtraSize (LM)Marlboro:

    Kmg Size (LM)LightsKmg Size (L)Lights100s (L)loos (LM)

    MayfairKuig Size (LM)Merit.

    ExtraMIldLow Tar Kmg .Uze (L)

    Metro:Kmg .%ze (LM)loos (LM)

    More”Filter120s (Ml)FilterSpecialMild 120s (L)MentholFilter120s (LM)Menthol120s (LM)SpecialMild 120s (L)SpecialMild Menthol120s (Ill)SpecialMild MentholFxlter120s

    OscarKmg Size (LN)

    PallMall Kmg Size (LM)Park Drive:

    SpecialVlrgnna (P) (LM)TzppedKmg Size (LM)

    PeterStuyvesant:ExtraMild Kmg Size (L)King Size (LM)LuxuryLength(LM)LuxuryLengthExtraMild (L)

    Plccadllly”FilterDe Luxe (LM)Kmg Size (LM)Nuder One (P) (LM)

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    Prince:King Size (M)Lights(LM)

    Raffles:loos (LM)K