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Kodesystem ObservationInterpretation

Beschreibung

One or more codes specifying a rough qualitative interpretation of the observation, such as "normal", "abnormal", "below normal", "change up", "resistant", "susceptible", etc. OpenIssue: Description copied from Concept Domain of same name. Must be verified. Note also that this might be identical to the V2 code system of interpretation codes (formerly Abnormal Flags in older versions).

Aktuelle Version

Codesystem Name Codesystem Id Version / Eingangsdatum Status
ObservationInterpretation 2.16.840.1.113883.5.83 2012-07-24 definitiv
Level/Typ Code Anzeigename Beschreibung
0-A _ObservationInterpretationChange EN-US.png ObservationInterpretationChange

Change of quantity and/or severity. At most one of B or W and one of U or D allowed.

1-L B EN-US.png better

Better (of severity or nominal observations)

1-L D EN-US.png decreased

Significant change down (quantitative observations, does not imply B or W)

1-L U EN-US.png increased

Significant change up (quantitative observations, does not imply B or W)

1-L W EN-US.png worse

Worse (of severity or nominal observations)

0-A _ObservationInterpretationExceptions EN-US.png ObservationInterpretationExceptions

Technical exceptions. At most one allowed. Does not imply normality or severity.

1-L < EN-US.png low off scale

Below absolute low-off instrument scale. This is statement depending on the instrument, logically does not imply LL or L (e.g., if the instrument is inadequate). If an off-scale value is also low or critically low one must also report L and LL respectively.

1-L > EN-US.png high off scale

Above absolute high-off instrument scale. This is statement depending on the instrument, logically does not imply LL or L (e.g., if the instrument is inadequate). If an off-scale value is also high or critically high one must also report H and HH respectively.

0-A _ObservationInterpretationNormality EN-US.png ObservationInterpretationNormality

Normality, Abnormality, Alert. Concepts in this category are mutually exclusive, i.e., at most one is allowed.

1-S A EN-US.png Abnormal

Abnormal (for nominal observations, all service types)

2-S AA EN-US.png Abnormal alert

Abnormal alert (for nominal observations and all service types)

3-L HH EN-US.png High alert

Above upper alert threshold (for quantitative observations)

3-L LL EN-US.png Low alert

Below lower alert threshold (for quantitative observations)

2-S H EN-US.png High

Above high normal (for quantitative observations)

3-L HH EN-US.png High alert

Above upper alert threshold (for quantitative observations)

2-S L EN-US.png Low

Below low normal (for quantitative observations)

3-L LL EN-US.png Low alert

Below lower alert threshold (for quantitative observations)

1-L N EN-US.png Normal

Normal (for all service types)

0-A _ObservationInterpretationSusceptibility EN-US.png ObservationInterpretationSusceptibility

Microbiology: interpretations of minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) values. At most one allowed.

1-L I EN-US.png intermediate

Intermediate

1-L MS EN-US.png moderately susceptible

Moderately susceptible

1-L R EN-US.png resistent

Resistent

1-L S EN-US.png susceptible

Susceptible

1-L VS EN-US.png very susceptible

Very susceptible

0-S EX EN-US.png outside threshold

Definition:The observation/test result is interpreted as being outside the inclusion range for a particular protocol within which the result is being reported. Example:A positive result on a Hepatitis screening test.

1-L HX EN-US.png above high threshold

Definition:The numeric observation/test result is interpreted as being above the high threshold value for a particular protocol within which the result is being reported. Example:An ALT (SGOT) result above a protocol-defined threshold value of 2.5 times the upper limit of normal based on the subject's sex and age.

1-L LX EN-US.png below low threshold

Definition:The numeric observation/test result is interpreted as being below the low threshold value for a particular protocol within which the result is being reported. Example:A Total White Blood Cell Count falling below a protocol-defined threshold value of 3000/mm^3

0-A _GeneticObservationInterpretation EN-US.png GeneticObservationInterpretation

Codes that specify interpretation of genetic analysis, such as "positive", "negative", "carrier", "responsive", etc.

1-L Carrier EN-US.png Carrier

Description: The patient is considered as carrier based on the testing results. A carrier is an individual who carries an altered form of a gene which can lead to having a child or offspring in future generations with a genetic disorder.

0-A ObservationInterpretationDetection EN-US.png ObservationInterpretationDetection

Description: The specializations of this concept indicate the presence or absence of an analyte in a test or of a sign in a clinical observation. In keeping with laboratory data processing practice, these codes provide a categorical interpretation of the "meaning" of the quantitative value for the same observation.

1-L IND EN-US.png Indeterminate

Description: The value of this observation does not allow interpretation as to whether or not the analyte or sign in question is present.

1-L NEG EN-US.png Negative

Description: The value of this observation is interpreted as showing that the analyte or sign in question is not present.

1-L POS EN-US.png Positive

Description: he value of this observation is interpreted as showing that the analyte or sign in question is present.

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