Wednesday 20 October 2021
Salisbury Foundation Trust

FOI_6269

Internal Reference Number: FOI_6269

Date Request Received: 25/08/2021 00:00:00

Date Request Replied To: 25/08/2021 00:00:00

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Request Summary: MS (multiple sclerosis) treatments

Request Category: Private Individuals

 
Question Number 1:
Are your patients coded for the different sub types of MS (multiple sclerosis), Relapse remitting, primary progressive and secondary?
Please answer Yes, No, coding planned, partial coding, all patients coded
 
Answer To Question 1:
Our Neurology clinics are managed by University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust therefore we are unable to respond to your Freedom of Information request.

Please contact University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust direct as per below:

You can email your Freedom of Information request to freedomofinformation@uhs.nhs.uk or write to them at the following address:

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University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
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Southampton
SO16 6YD
 
Question Number 2:
For secondary progressive MS are your patients coded?
Please answer No coding, coding planned, partial coding, all patients coded
 
Answer To Question 2:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 3:
What proportion of your MS patients have a diagnosis of secondary progressive MS (within all MS diagnosed patients?
Please answer Unknown, <10%, 10-20%, 21-30%, 31-40%, >50%
 
Answer To Question 3:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 4:
For MS patients requiring an MRI, what is the average waiting time?
Please answer <1 month, 2 – 3 months, 4 – 6 months, >6 months
 
Answer To Question 4:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 5:
For MS patients requiring an OCT, what is the average waiting time?
Please answer <1 month, 2 – 3 months, 4 – 6 months, >6 months
 
Answer To Question 5:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 6:
For MS patients what is the average waiting time for IV MS treatment?
Please answer <1 month, 2 – 3 months, 4 – 6 months, >6 months
 
Answer To Question 6:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 7:
When a patient has been diagnosed with MS, what is the average time from diagnosis of MS to initiate treatment?
 
Answer To Question 7:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 8:
How many unscheduled admissions have there been for patients with a diagnosis of MS in any position between April – June 2021?
Please answer with the number of admissions
 
Answer To Question 8:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 9:
How many MS patients are being treated in neurology rehab?
Please answer the number of patients
 
Answer To Question 9:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 10:
Of the patients in Question 8, how many are being treated with an MS disease modifying drug?
Please answer with the number of patients
 
Answer To Question 10:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 11:
How many MS patients are in the following EDSS (Expanded Disability Status Scale) groups?
1 – 3.5, 3.5 – 6.5, >7
 
Answer To Question 11:
Question not answered.
 
Question Number 12:
How many of your physicians can initiate MS disease modifying drug treatment? If possible please supply the physicians name
 
Answer To Question 12:
Question not answered.
 
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