The Swedish Intensive Care Registry (SIR)

The Swedish Intensive Care Registry is a national quality register for intensive care

LATEST UPDATED GUIDELINES (Only in Swedish)

Publicerad Sunday, June 30, 2019

Deceased during intensive care at ICU - National Quality Indicator

Guideline for follow-up of the deceased during intensive care at ICU in collaboration with the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare and (SALAR) Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (National Council for Organs, Tissues, Cells and Blood).
The guideline is only available in Swedish.

Publicerad Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Measures and Operations

Guideline for registration of measures and operations under intensive care in Sweden according to SIR. (Only in Swedish)

Publicerad Monday, March 11, 2019

National Quality Indicators

SIR and SIS national quality indicators for intensive care. New National Quality Indicators 2016 (established at the 2015-03-13 meeting) (Only in Swedish)

Publicerad Sunday, January 20, 2019

Reporting of data

Guideline for reporting data to SIR. Over the years it has become increasingly clear that SIR's thoughts about reporting must be gathered and made clear to all our members. This guideline is therefore developed around the aspects we consider to be important to consider in connection with data reporting and how it actually goes. (Only in Swedish)

Transfer to another ICU due to resource shortage

When an Intensive Care Units total resources are exceeded, it may be necessary to transfer patient to another ICU for resource reasons.
Read the full report on the Data Output Portal

Influenza monitoring, cumulative graph

The 2018-2019 influenza season is over. Thanks to everyone who contributed data during the season! SIRI is active all year round. Influenza cases that occur during the summer and require intensive care are of particular interest. Week 40 starts the flu season for 2019-2020
Read the full report on the Data Output Portal