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SQL: Active Patients with Obesity


This SQL shows all active patients with BMI greater than the 95th percentile for age.

A sample image of this SQL report run in the Database Viewer is shown below:


This will show you all active patients whose BMI is greater than 95%.


  • The SQL only pulls patients whose status is ACTIVE.
  • It only pulls patients ages 2 and up, since younger children don't have a BMI defined.
  • It pulls patients whose BMI is GREATER than 95, not GREATER THAN OR EQUAL to 95.   
  • It looks at the patient’s most recent BMI.  So, if a child's BMI is currently under 95 even though the patient's previous three BMIs were over 95, the patient won't appear in the grid.


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select p.* , pc.bmi_percent from
 (select patno, max(date1) as most_recent from physical_chart group by patno) p
left outer join physical_chart pc on pc.patno = p.patno and pc.date1 = p.most_recent
inner join register on register.patno = p.patno
where status_pat = 'ACTIVE' and bmi_percent > 95