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calculate the normal age and corrected age in weeks and days

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Hi Experts,

For our hospital's prenatal department I need to retreive the normal age and corrected age in weeks and days of a prenatal patiënt.

Last week I've posted a similar request:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/Q_26864306.html

Now we have some additional questions based on the same situation:

What do we know?

We do know the:

•      birth date (stored in a nvarchar field) name “geboortedatum”  format yyyy-mm-dd
•      pregnancy weeks (stored in a nvarchar field)  name “Zwangerschapsduur_weken” format example “27”
•      pregnancy days (stored in a nvarchar field)  name “Zwangerschapsduur_dagen” format example “4”

We need to know (based on the current date):

•      The current uncorrected age (based on the birth date in the database) in weeks and days (each in a colum)
•      The corrected age (gestational age)  in weeks and days = 280 (the duration of a normal pregnancy in days) minus the current uncorrected age in days (both values presented in its own colum).

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Question by:Steynsk
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by:mayankagarwal
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can you please provide an e.g with real time data
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by:Steynsk
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I don't know what you expect to receive. Maybe this helps:

This query works gives only totoal days old and corrected birthdate:

SELECT DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, geboortedatum), GETDATE()) as Days_Old,
    geboortedatum AS Uncorrected_Birth_Date,
    DATEADD(DAY, (280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen)), geboortedatum ) Corrected_Birth_Date,
    280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen) AS Days_Early
from Neonatologie_Anamnese

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by:vandalesm
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If you already have the corrected_birth_date then you should be able to calculate the corrected age.

datediff(day, getdate(), corrected_birth_date)  as corrected_age_in_days
datediff(week, getdate(), corrected_birth_date) as corrected_age_in_weeks

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by:Steynsk
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Yes but what we need is:

The number of complete weeks and the number of days that remain.

25 days will result in 3 weeks and 4 days.

Sorry fot the misunderstanding.
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by:vandalesm
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There are many ways to do this. If you have SQL Server 2008 you can use the modulo (%) operator to get the remainder.

Here is the query base from your given query. This should work in any sql server version.

SELECT
  CORRECTED_AGE_IN_WEEKS =
      DATEDIFF
      (
          week,
          getdate(),
          DATEADD(DAY, (280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen)), geboortedatum )
      ),
  AND_DAYS_REMAINDER =
      DATEDIFF
      (
          week,
          getdate(),
          DATEADD(DAY, (280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen)), geboortedatum )
      ) - ((
            DATEDIFF
            (
               day,
               getdate(),
               DATEADD(DAY, (280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen)), geboortedatum )
            ) / 7) * 7)
FROM Neonatologie_Anamnese

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by:Steynsk
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Hi vandalesm,

No sorry both don't show the right result.
I've added the bigger picture (see SQL script) and will attach a csv with the output.

Remember that in this sheet "Weeks_of_pregnancy" means complete weeks and "Days_of_pregnancy" mains the remaining days after removal of the complete weeks. And this is the same with "Weeks_of_pregnancy" and "Days_of_pregnancy".

And that is what I need for "Corrected_age_weeks" and "Corrected_age_days".

As you can see both last columns don't show the right results

Thanks


SELECT 	geboortedatum AS Birthdate,
		DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, geboortedatum), GETDATE()) as Total_days_old,
		DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, Geboortedatum), GETDATE()) / 7 AS Weeks_old,
		DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, geboortedatum), GETDATE()) - DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, Geboortedatum), GETDATE()) / 7*7 AS Days_old,
		zwangerschapsduur_weken AS weeks_of_pregnancy, 
		zwangerschapsduur_dagen AS days_of_pregnancy,
		CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen) AS Total_days_of_pregnancy,
		280 - (CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen)) AS Days_urly,
		DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum)AS Corrected_birthdate,
		DATEDIFF(week, GETDATE(), DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum)) AS Corrected_age_weeks,
		DATEDIFF(week, GETDATE(), DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum)) - DATEDIFF(day, GETDATE(), DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen),Geboortedatum)) / 7 * 7 AS Corrected_age_days
FROM Neonatologie_Anamnese
WHERE (Geboortedatum IS NOT NULL) AND  (Zwangerschapsduur_weken IS NOT NULL) AND (Zwangerschapsduur_dagen IS NOT NULL)

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Prenatal.csv
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Steynsk earned 0 total points
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I've got it!!!


SELECT 	geboortedatum AS Birthdate,
		DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, geboortedatum), GETDATE()) as Total_days_old,
		DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, Geboortedatum), GETDATE()) / 7 AS Weeks_old,
		DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, geboortedatum), GETDATE()) - DATEDIFF(DAY, CONVERT(DATETIME, Geboortedatum), GETDATE()) / 7*7 AS Days_old,
		zwangerschapsduur_weken AS weeks_of_pregnancy, 
		zwangerschapsduur_dagen AS days_of_pregnancy,
		CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen) AS Total_days_of_pregnancy,
		280 - (CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen)) AS Days_urly,
		DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum)AS Corrected_birthdate,
        DATEDIFF(DAY, DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum), GETDATE()) / 7 AS Corrected_age_weeks,
        DATEDIFF(week, GETDATE(), DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum)) AS Corrected_age_weeks1,
		DATEDIFF(DAY, DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum), GETDATE()) / 7 AS Corrected_age_days,
        DATEDIFF(week, GETDATE(), DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen), Geboortedatum)) - DATEDIFF(day, GETDATE(), DATEADD(DAY, 280 - CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_weken) * 7 + CONVERT(TINYINT, Zwangerschapsduur_dagen),Geboortedatum)) / 7 * 7 AS Corrected_age_days1
FROM Neonatologie_Anamnese
WHERE (Geboortedatum IS NOT NULL) AND  (Zwangerschapsduur_weken IS NOT NULL) AND (Zwangerschapsduur_dagen IS NOT NULL)

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by:Steynsk
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Thanks for your help
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