Thanks for your responses. I agree with your notion, @mkwong, that it’s better to capture all data and afterwards wind ways to operationalise it in a way useful for the analytic problem at hand.
It does seem from the response rate (and the nature of your responses) that essentially no sites have plugged “ICU data” into their OMOP CDM’s, but I’ll ask in the Device WG as well.
A lot of the data coming out of ICU machines has exact low-frequency equivalents: blood pressure, drug exposure (with continuous infusion), saturation. Mapping that should be quite straightforward, I’d argue. Other data types coming from e.g. ventilators might be more tricky because you also get settings data as well as observations.
Anyway, thanks a bunch! And if other people with ICU data stumble across this post and are interested in collaborating, please give me a shout.