The de-identified urinalysis trends from patients at participating hospitals are updated each quarter and posted on this site. During the COVID epidemic there have sometimes been unavoidable delays in receiving data updates.
Four Baltimore area hospitals and three in Prince George’s County, Maryland participate in the Emergency Department Drug Surveillance (EDDS) system. If you would like to become an EDDS hospital, please contact us at cesar [at] umd.edu.
|Emergency Department (Click for data tables)||Hospital Location||Toxicology Date Range||# of Drugs/Drug Classes on Hospital’s Standard Urinalysis Panel|
|University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (BWMC) Figure | Table||Anne Arundel County||May 2017-Sep 2020||9|
|University of Maryland Medical Center- Midtown Campus (MTC) Figure | Table||Baltimore City||Jan 2016-Sep 2020||10|
|University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) Figure | Table||Baltimore City||Jan 2016-Sep 2020||10|
|University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center (SJMC) Figure | Table||Baltimore County||Jan 2016-Sep 2020||8|
|University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center (UM PGHC) Figure | Table||Prince George’s County||Jul 2013-Sep 2020||8|
|University of Maryland Laurel Medical Center (UM LMC) Figure | Table||Prince George’s County||Jul 2013-Sep 2020||7|
|University of Maryland Bowie Health Center (UM BHC) Figure | Table||Prince George’s County||Jul 2013-Sep 2020||7|
Note: EDDS is supported by a grant from the University of Maryland Strategic Partnership: MPowering the State: The Opioid Use Disorders Project, awarded to the Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR) at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP) and the School of Medicine at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB).