Reporting back of data

Download mortality data and R&D data

Reporting back to the department - mortality data

The Swedish Intensive Care Registry monitors possible mortality for each intensive care event up to 10 years after the enrollment period at ICU. We do this via "NAVET", which is The Swedish Tax Agency´s civil registration of private individuals. All departments that are members of SIR and who report intensive care events have the opportunity to retrieve their own department's mortality data. Data is delivered via secure authentication, either as text or XML file. The file format can be selected by the department. When this is ordered, the authorized person can download the mortality file at any time. The file is generated in connection with the download and is therefore always updated. See description of the file in the list on the right. Contact us by mail or phone below for initial order of data file.

Reporting back data to the department
or R&D data to researchers

If the department or researcher wants withdrawals from our database, then it is applied for according to our guidelines for data collection. To download data file, apply for permission as above.