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Family anamnesis

The Family anamnesis relates to the family members of the patient – father, mother, brothers, sisters. Presence of several diseases is monitored for each family member. Information about live and dead family members is available. For live family members data according the Table 1 are monitored. For dead family members data according to the Table 2 are available. An abbreviation stands for each entry. This abbreviation is a part of the attribute name for particular family members. A code belongs to each entry. This code can be an attribute value relating to individual family members.

Table 1 – Data for live family members
AbbreviationCodeMeaning
AP1angina pectoris
IM2myocardial infarction
HT3hypertension
DM4diabetes
ICT5ictus
OST6other diseases
ZDR7healthy
8does not know

Table 2 – Data for dead family members
AbbreviationCodeMeaning
AP9angina pectoris
IM10myocardial infarction
HT11hypertension
DM12diabetes
ICT13ictus
NAHL14died suddenly
OST15other diseases
NEVI16does not know
ROKY17less than 55 years
1856–65 years
19more than 65 let

An abbreviation stands also for individual family members. This abbreviation is used in creating attributes describing their diseases. We differentiate whether the family member is alive or dead. A survey of all abbreviations describing family members is given in the Table 3.

Table 3 – Abbreviations for individual family members
AbbreviationMeaningAbbreviationMeaning
OZfather aliveB4Z4. brother alive
OMfather deadB4M4. brother dead
MZmother aliveS1Z1. sister alive
MMmother deadS1M1. sister dead
B1Z1. brother aliveS2Z2. sister alive
B1M1. brother deadS2M2. sister dead
B2Z2. brother aliveS3Z3. sister alive
B2M2. brother deadS3M3. sister dead
B3Z3. brother aliveS4Z4. sister alive
B3M3. brother deadS4M4. sister dead

160 attributes are defined by this way. For example the attribute APOZ relates to angina pectoris (AP – see the Table 1) of the living father (OZ – see the Table 3). If there is stated the value 1 of the attribute APOZ, it means that the living father of a patient suffered from angina pectoris. The empty values means that he has not got angina pectoris. The empty value in the attribute ZDROZ is here, if from other attributes concerning the living father we can deduce that the father is not healthy. It is similar for other attributes.

Details about frequencies of several combinations of attribute values for individual members of a family are given in the Tables 4–25.

Tab.   4 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living father
Tab.   5 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living mother
Tab.   6 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 1st brother
Tab.   7 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 2nd brother
Tab.   8 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 3rd brother
Tab.   9 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 4th brother
Tab. 10 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 1st sister
Tab. 11 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 2nd sister
Tab. 12 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 3rd sister
Tab. 13 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 4th sister
Tab. 14 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead father – 1st part
Tab. 15 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead father – 2nd part
Tab. 16 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead mother – 1st part
Tab. 17 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead mother – 2nd part
Tab. 18 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 1st brother
Tab. 19 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 2nd brother
Tab. 20 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 3rd brother
Tab. 21 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 4th brother
Tab. 22 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 1st sister
Tab. 23 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 2nd sister
Tab. 24 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 3rd sister
Tab. 25 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead 4th sister

 

Table 4 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living father
APOZIMOZHTOZDMOZICTOZOSTOZZDROZNumber of patients
       1 035
      healthy147
     6 69
      does not know35
 2     26
   4   24
  3    23
    5  11
1      8
 23    5
  3 5  5
  34   4
12     3
  3  6 3
 2 4   3
   4 6 3
   45  2
  3 56 2
1 3    2
 2  5  1
1   5  1
123    1
 2 45  1
 234   1
123 5  1
 2  56 1
12 4   1
  345  1

 

Table 5 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living mother
APMZIMMZHTMZDMMZICTMZOSTMZZDRMZNumber of patients
       573
      healthy268
     6 195
  3    152
      does not know53
   4   34
  34   20
1      18
1 3    18
  3  6 14
    5  12
 2     12
  3 5  8
 2 4   6
 23    5
 234   3
   4 6 3
  34 6 3
12     2
123 5  2
123    2
  345  2
 23 5  2
12  5  1
1234   1
  3 56 1
 2345  1
1   5  1
 23  6 1
1    6 1
1  4   1
    56 1
1 3 5  1
 2   6 1
   45  1

 

Table 6 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 1st brother
APB1ZIMB1ZHTB1ZDMB1ZICTB1ZOSTB1ZZDRB1ZNumber of patients
       867
      healthy361
     6 85
      does not know57
  3    15
   4   13
 2     4
  3  6 3
 2   6 2
    5  2
 2 4   2
1      2
    56 1
  34   1
 23    1
12     1
1    6 1
123 5  1

 

Table 7 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 2nd brother
APB2ZIMB2ZHTB2ZDMB2ZICTB2ZOSTB2ZZDRB2ZNumber of patients
       1 231
      healthy132
      does not know22
     6 20
 2     8
   4   2
    5  1
 23    1
  3    1
  3  6 1

 

Table 8 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 3rd brother
APB3ZIMB3ZHTB3ZDMB3ZICTB3ZOSTB3ZZDRB3ZNumber of patients
       1 345
      healthy57
      does not know8
     6 5
   4   1
 2 45  1
 2     1
 234   1

 

Table 9 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 4th brother
APB4ZIMB4ZHTB4ZDMB4ZICTB4ZOSTB4ZZDRB4ZNumber of patients
       1 381
      healthy29
      does not know5
     6 3
 2     1

 

Table 10 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 1st sister
APS1ZIMS1ZHTS1ZDMS1ZICTS1ZOSTS1ZZDRS1ZNumber of patients
       835
      healthy396
     6 81
      does not know69
  3    18
   4   7
1      4
  3  6 3
 23    1
  34   1
   45  1
    5  1
  3 5  1
 2     1

 

Table 11 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 2nd sister
APS2ZIMS2ZHTS2ZDMS2ZICTS2ZOSTS2ZZDRS2ZNumber of patients
       1 251
      healthy124
      does not know22
     6 11
  3    3
   4   3
  3 5  2
  3  6 1
 2     1
  34   1

 

Table 12 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 3rd sister
APS3ZIMS3ZHTS3ZDMS3ZICTS3ZOSTS3ZZDRS3ZNumber of patients
       1 360
      healthy42
      does not know11
     6 3
 2     1
  3    1
12  5  1

 

Table 13 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the living 4th sister
APS4ZIMS4ZHTS4ZDMS4ZICTS4ZOSTS4ZZDRS4ZNumber of patients
       1 395
      healthy15
      does not know6
     6 3

 

Table 14 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead father – 1st par
APOMIMOMHTOMDMOMICTOMNumber of patients
     1 034
 10   122
    1395
  11  32
 1011  27
  11 1320
   12 16
 10  1313
910   9
9    9
 10 12 7
91011  7
   12135
910 12 4
 1011 134
91011 133
  1112133
  1112 2
9  12 2
9101112 1
 101112 1
9 1112 1
 10 12131
9   131

 

Table 15 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead father – 2nd part
NAHLOMOSTOMNEVIOMROKYOMNumber of patients
    385
 15 less than 55 years206
 15 more than 65 years204
 15 56–65 years198
   more than 65 years131
   56–65 years118
   less than 55 years39
  16more than 65 years30
  1656–65 years29
  16 19
14  more than 65 years17
 15  12
  16less than 55 years10
14  56–65 years10
1415 56–65 years4
14  less than 55 years4
 1516 2
1415 less than 55 years1

 

Table 16 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead mother – 1st part
APMMIMMMHTMMDMMMICTMMNumber of patients
     1 202
    1356
  11  31
 10   26
   12 24
  11 1321
9    12
 1011  11
  1112 6
  1112136
 10 12 6
   12135
 1011 134
9 11 132
910   2
9   131
910  131
 10  131
91011  1
 101112131

 

Table 17 – Frequency of combinations of attribute values for the dead mother – 2nd part
NAHLMMOSTMMNEVIMMROKYMMNumber of patients
    858
 15 more than 65 years126
 15 56–65 years114
 15 less than 55 years100
   more than 65 years79
   56–65 years58
   less than 55 years17
  16more than 65 years12
14  more than 65 years10
  16less than 55 years10
  1656–65 years9
  16 7
14  less than 55 years6
14  56–65 years6
 15  3
 1516 2
14 1656–65 years1
14   1

 

Table 18 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 1st brother
APB1MIMB1MHTB1MDMB1MICTB1MNAHLB1MOSTB1MNEVIB1MROKYB1MNumber of patients
         1 315
      15 less than 55 years73
       16less than 55 years15
 10      less than 55 years2
    13   less than 55 years2
       16 1
 10 12    less than 55 years1
     14  less than 55 years1
  11 1314  56–65 years1
 10 12    56–65 years1
9       56–65 years1
   12    56–65 years1
   1213 15 less than 55 years1
  11     less than 55 years1
        less than 55 years1
       1656–65 years1
   12    less than 55 years1

 

Table 19 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 2nd brother
APB2MIMB2MHTB2MDMB2MICTB2MNAHLB2MOSTB2MNEVIB2MROKYB2MNumber of patients
         1 397
      15 less than 55 years11
       16less than 55 years4
      15  1
    13   less than 55 years1
9       less than 55 years1
 10      56–65 years1
        less than 55 years1
       16 1
      15 56–65 years1

 

Table 20 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 3rd brother
APB3MIMB3MHTB3MDMB3MICTB3MNAHLB3MOSTB3MNEVIB3MROKYB3MNumber of patients
         1 411
      15 less than 55 years4
       16less than 55 years2
 10      less than 55 years1
       1656–65 years1

 

Table 21 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 4th brother
APB4MIMB4MHTB4MDMB4MICTB4MNAHLB4MOSTB4MNEVIB4MROKYB4MNumber of patients
         1 415
      15 less than 55 years3
       16less than 55 years1

 

Table 22 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 1st sister
APS1MIMS1MHTS1MDMS1MICTS1MNAHLS1MOSTS1MNEVIS1MROKYS1MNumber of patients
         1 358
      15 less than 55 years45
       16less than 55 years10
       16 1
    13   56–65 years1
       1656–65 years1
 1011     less than 55 years1
      15 56–65 years1
        less than 55 years1

 

Table 23 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 2nd sister
APS2MIMS2MHTS2MDMS2MICTS2MNAHLS2MOSTS2MNEVIS2MROKYS2MNumber of patients
         1 406
      15 less than 55 years10
       16less than 55 years2
 10       1

 

Table 24 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 3rd sister
APS3MIMS3MHTS3MDMS3MICTS3MNAHLS3MOSTS3MNEVIS3MROKYS3MNumber of patients
         1 415
      15 less than 55 years3
       16less than 55 years1

 

Table 25 – Frequency of combinations of value attributes for the dead 4th sister
APS4MIMS4MHTS4MDMS4MICTS4MNAHLS4MOSTS4MNEVIS4MROKYS4MNumber of patients
         1 417
       16less than 55 years1
      15 less than 55 years1

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