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Kodesystem mediaType


Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Mime Media Types. Identifies the type of the encapsulated data and identifies a method to interpret or render the data. The IANA defined domain of media types is established by the Internet standard RFC 2045 [1] and 2046 [2]. RFC 2046 defines the media type to consist of two parts: top level media type, and media subtype However, this HL7 datatypes specification treats the entire media type as one atomic code symbol in the form defined by IANA, i.e., top level type followed by a slash "/" followed by media subtype. Currently defined media types are registered in a database [3] maintained by IANA. Currently several hundred different MIME media types are defined, with the list growing rapidly. In general, all those types defined by the IANA MAY be used.

Aktuelle Version

Codesystem Name Codesystem Id Version / Eingangsdatum Status
mediaType 2.16.840.1.113883.5.79 2012-07-24 definitiv
Level/Typ Code Anzeigename Beschreibung
0-S application EN-US.png ApplicationMediaType

Application specific media type.

1-L application/dicom EN-US.png DICOM

Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) MIME type defined in RFC3240 [4].

1-L application/msword EN-US.png MSWORD

This format is very prone to compatibility problems. If sharing of edit-able text is required, text/plain, text/html or text/rtf should be used instead.

1-L application/pdf EN-US.png PDF

The Portable Document Format is recommended for written text that is completely laid out and read-only. PDF is a platform independent, widely deployed, and open specification with freely available creation and rendering tools.

0-S audio EN-US.png AudioMediaType

Audio media type.

1-L audio/basic EN-US.png Basic Audio

This is a format for single channel audio, encoded using 8bit ISDN mu-law [PCM] at a sample rate of 8000 Hz. This format is standardized by: CCITT, Fascicle III.4 -Recommendation G.711. Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) of Voice Frequencies. Geneva, 1972.

1-L audio/k32adpcm EN-US.png K32ADPCM Audio

ADPCM allows compressing audio data. It is defined in the Internet specification RFC 2421 [5]. Its implementation base is unclear.

1-L audio/mpeg EN-US.png MPEG audio layer 3

MPEG-1 Audio layer-3 is an audio compression algorithm and file format defined in ISO 11172-3 and ISO 13818-3. MP3 has an adjustable sampling frequency for highly compressed telephone to CD quality audio.

0-S image EN-US.png ImageMediaType

Image media type.

1-L image/g3fax EN-US.png G3Fax Image

This is recommended only for fax applications.

1-L image/gif EN-US.png GIF Image

GIF is a popular format that is universally well supported. However GIF is patent encumbered and should therefore be used with caution.

1-L image/jpeg EN-US.png JPEG Image

This format is required for high compression of high color photographs. It is a "lossy" compression, but the difference to lossless compression is almost unnoticeable to the human vision.

1-L image/png EN-US.png PNG Image

Portable Network Graphics (PNG) [6] is a widely supported lossless image compression standard with open source code available.

1-L image/tiff EN-US.png TIFF Image

Although TIFF (Tag Image File Format) is an international standard it has many interoperability problems in practice. Too many different versions that are not handled by all software alike.

0-S model EN-US.png ModelMediaType

Model media type.

1-L model/vrml EN-US.png VRML Model

This is an openly standardized format for 3D models that can be useful for virtual reality applications such as anatomy or biochemical research (visualization of the steric structure of macromolecules)

0-S multipart EN-US.png MultipartMediaType

Multipart Media Type

1-L multipart/x-hl7-cda-level-one EN-US.png CDA Level 1 Multipart

The HL7 clinical document Architecture, Level 1 MIME package.

0-S text EN-US.png TextMediaType

For any text

1-L text/html EN-US.png HTML Text

For marked-up text according to the Hypertext Mark-up Language. HTML markup is sufficient for typographically marking-up most written-text documents. HTML is platform independent and widely deployed.

1-L text/plain EN-US.png Plain Text

Description:For any plain text. This is the default and is used for a character string (ST) data type.

1-L text/rtf EN-US.png RTF Text

The Rich Text Format is widely used to share word-processor documents. However, RTF does have compatibility problems, as it is quite dependent on the word processor. May be useful if word processor edit-able text should be shared.

1-L text/sgml EN-US.png SGML Text

For structured character based data. There is a risk that general SGML/XML is too powerful to allow a sharing of general SGML/XML documents between different applications.

1-L text/x-hl7-ft EN-US.png HL7 Text

For compatibility, this represents the HL7 v2.x FT data type. Its use is recommended only for backward compatibility with HL7 v2.x systems.

1-L text/x-hl7-text+xml EN-US.png HL7 Structured Narrative

Description: The content described by the CDA Narrative Block (not just used by CDA).

1-L text/xml EN-US.png XML Text

For structured character based data. There is a risk that general SGML/XML is too powerful to allow a sharing of general SGML/XML documents between different applications.

0-S video EN-US.png VideoMediaType

Video media type.

1-L video/mpeg EN-US.png MPEG Video

MPEG is an international standard, widely deployed, highly efficient for high color video; open source code exists; highly interoperable.

1-L video/x-avi EN-US.png X-AVI Video

The AVI file format is just a wrapper for many different codecs; it is a source of many interoperability problems.

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