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The image above provides a typical example of the coronavirus vaccine information for First dose and Second dose. By clicking on the More/Less information expander, more or less vaccination event information will be displayed.
The following image provides a closer look at a typical example of the coronavirus first dose information:
The tables below describe the information that will populate the “COVID-19 Vaccination” tab in SCRa. Where a data item is not supplied, “Not Recorded” will be displayed in the relevant table row.
|Date and Time||The date and time when the vaccination was administered.||23-Jan-2021 14:30|
The vaccine product administered.
This will be the Actual Medicinal Product (AMP) recorded (as defined in the dictionary of medicines and devices (dm+d)).
|COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine BNT162b2 30micrograms/0.3ml dose concentrate for suspension for injection multidose vials (Pfizer-BioNTech) (Pfizer-BioNTech).|
|Manufacturer||Manufacturer of the vaccine product entered as free text by the organisation administering the vaccine. The manufacturer should also form part of the “Vaccine product” (above).||Pfizer|
The organisation or site at which the vaccination was administered.The organisation or site name will be accompanied in brackets by their unique code.
If the system is unable to find the details of the organisation or site to which the unique code refers, then only the code will be displayed.
In the event that a name of the organisation or site is not available to be displayed, this will automatically be flagged to NHS Digital for investigation.
You can check the organisation or site details using the unique code on the ODS portal.
|BATH RACECOURSE - COVID VACCINATION CENTRE (A6V5Y)|
|Adverse reaction(s) recorded?||
Indicates whether an adverse reaction was observed within 15 minutes of administering the vaccine.Any adverse reactions recorded will be displayed in a group of fields below.
The record of an adverse reaction consists of eight data items which will be displayed only if an adverse reaction has been observed within 15 minutes of administering the vaccine and been recorded. These items will be grouped together and suffixed with a number (such as “Onset (1)”) to make the display of multiple adverse reactions clearer.
|Onset||The date and time on which the manifestation of the adverse reaction was observed.||23-Jan-2021 14:40|
|Reaction||SNOMED term describing the manifestation of the reaction.||Injection site urticaria|
|Reaction description||Textual description of the reaction recorded by the organisation administering the vaccine.|
|Severity||The severity of the reaction.||
|Causative agent||The causative agent of the reaction (such as the vaccine product that caused the reaction).|
|Type||The underlying mechanism of the reaction.||
|Verification Status||Assertion about certainty associated with a propensity, or potential risk, of a reaction to the causative agent.||
|Evidence||Free text description of any evidence which supports the verification status.|
Additional information about the vaccine that has been administered can be revealed by expanding the “More Information” section.
|Site of vaccination||Body site into which the vaccine was administered.||Right upper arm structure|
|Route of vaccination||How the vaccine entered the body.||Intramuscular|
|Dose||Amount of vaccine administered plus a unit of measurement.||
1 pre-filled disposable injection or 0.5 ml
|Batch number||The batch number of the vaccine administered which may have been entered as free text by the organisation administering the vaccine.|
|Care setting||The type of care setting at which the vaccination was administered.||Pharmacy service|
On rare occasions, a patient may have had multiple first or second vaccination events recorded. These are likely due to either duplicates or errors in the data recorded by the organisation(s) administering the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination(s) or if a patient has missed the second dose within the specified time-period and had to start with the first dose again. The order of the dose(s) is determined by date and time, with the oldest first. Any associated adverse reaction(s) will accompany the vaccination event information.
Where data quality issues are identified in the information presented within the COVID-19 Vaccinations tab, the following alert message will be displayed: