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Global: ^LAB(95.3

Package: Lab Service

Global: ^LAB(95.3


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FileMan FileNo FileMan Filename Package
95.3 LAB LOINC Lab Service

Description

Directly Accessed By Routines, Total: 42

Package Total Routines
Lab Service 34 LR215    LR232    LR451    LR477    LR493    LR502    LR511    LR515
LR525    LR532    LR539    LRCAP64S    LREPI1    LRLNC0    LRLNCC    LRLNCDEL
LRLNCLK    LRLNCMD    LRLNCNLT    LRLNCPRT    LRLNCST    LRLNCSUF    LRLNCV    LRMLACM
LRMLWT    LRSRVR1    LRSRVR2A    LRSRVR3    LRSRVR9    ^LAB(64.3    ^LAM    LRSRVR9A
SITE/SPECIMEN    TIME ASPECT    
Automated Lab Instruments 6 LA7QRY1    LA7VIN5    LA7VLCM1    LA7VLCM3    LA7VLCM7    LA7VOBXA    
National Laboratory Test 1 TIME ASPECT    

Accessed By FileMan Db Calls, Total: 30

Package Total Routines
Lab Service 12 LRLNC0    LRLNC1    LRLNC63A    LRLNCMD    LRLNCST    LRRPU    LRSRVR2    LRSRVR2A
LRSRVR3    LRSRVR7    LRSRVR9    LRSRVR9A    
Automated Lab Instruments 5 LA7VIN5B    LA7VLCM1    LA7VLCM3    LA7VLCM7    LA7VOBXA    
Virtual Patient Record 4 VPRDJ06    VPRDLR    VPRDLRA    VPRDLRO    
Enterprise Health Management Platform 3 HMPDJ06    HMPDLR    HMPDLRA    
National Health Information Network 3 NHINVLR    NHINVLRA    NHINVLRO    
Clinical Case Registries 1 RORUTL02    
DSS Extracts 1 ECXUTL6    
Integrated Billing 1 IBTRHLI3    

Pointed To By FileMan Files, Total: 8

Package Total FileMan Files
Lab Service 5 LABORATORY TEST(#60)[#60.01(95.3)]    LAB NLT/CPT CODES(#64.81)[#64.8117(26)]    LAB LOINC(#95.3)[21]    WKLD CODE(#64)[25#64.02(4)]    LAB DATA(#63)[#63.00014(.06)]    
Automated Lab Instruments 2 LAB SHIPPING MANIFEST(#62.8)[#62.801(1.14)#62.801(1.24)#62.801(2.14)#62.801(2.24)#62.801(2.34)]    LAB SHIPPING CONFIGURATION(#62.9)[#62.9001(1.16)#62.9001(1.26)#62.9001(2.16)#62.9001(2.26)#62.9001(2.36)]    
Integrated Billing 1 HCS REVIEW TRANSMISSION(#356.22)[#356.223(.02)]    

Pointer To FileMan Files, Total: 4

Package Total FileMan Files
Lab Service 4 LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)[1.51.61.7233.145710]    WKLD SUFFIX CODES(#64.2)[6]    LAB LOINC(#95.3)[21]    LAB LOINC COMPONENT(#95.31)[1]    

Fields, Total: 48

Field # Name Loc Type Details
.01 CODE 0;1 NUMBER
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>9999999)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X I $D(X) S DINUM=X
  • OUTPUT TRANSFORM:  S:Y]"" Y=$S($L($P($G(^LAB(95.3,Y,0)),U,15)):Y_"-"_$P(^LAB(95.3,Y,0),U,15),1:Y)
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 21, 2020
  • HELP-PROMPT:  The unique LOINC code.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The unique LOINC code in numeric form.
  • PRE-LOOKUP:  I $G(DIC(0))["L",'$D(XUMF) K X D EN^DDIOL("Entries must be edited via the Master File Server (MFS).","","!?5,$C(7)")
  • DELETE TEST:  1,0)= D:'$D(XUMF) EN^DDIOL("Entries must be inactivated via the Master File Server (MFS).","","!?5,$C(7)") I $D(XUMF)
  • LAYGO TEST:  1,0)= D:'$D(XUMF) EN^DDIOL("Entries must be added via the Master File Server (MFS).","","!?5,$C(7)") I $D(XUMF)
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
    UNEDITABLE
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  95.3^B
    1)= S ^LAB(95.3,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^LAB(95.3,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  95.3^VR^MUMPS
    1)= S ^LAB(95.3,"VR")=$G(^LAB(95.3,"VR"))
    2)= Q
    3)= This is the version of the data files loaded.
    This X-ref is used to determine the patch # and the version of the data loaded on the system. This differs from the version node of the DDs (field definition). This field is set by the post install routine and should not
    be directly edited.
    Format of the node is LOINC VERSION_2nd line of the post install patch routine. Looks like: ^LAB(95.3,"VR") = 2.09;;5.2;LAB SERVICE;**274**;Sep 27,1994
    There is an alternate location of version number stored in the DDs. ^DD(95.3,0,"VRRV") = 2.09
1 COMPONENT 0;2 POINTER TO LAB LOINC COMPONENT FILE (#95.31) LAB LOINC COMPONENT(#95.31)

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 24, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The name of the component or analyte measured e.g., potassium, hemoglobin, or hepatitis C antigen.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  95.3^C
    1)= S ^LAB(95.3,"C",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^LAB(95.3,"C",$E(X,1,30),DA)
1.5 CHALLENGE 0;3 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""C""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 24, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains information necessary to interpret "challenge" (or loading or tolerance) tests.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""C"""
  • EXPLANATION:  TYPE=CHALLENGE
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
1.6 ADJUSTMENT 0;4 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""A""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 24, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains calculations that adjust or correct some measured value.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""A"""
  • EXPLANATION:  TYPE=ADJUSTMENT
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
1.7 NON-PATIENT SPECIMEN 0;5 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""S""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 06, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  The second subpart of the system distinguishes observations on the patient (or samples taken from the patient or donor) from observations on non-patient materials that relate to the patient, e.g. a blood product unit
    (BPU). When the person or super system is not included in a name, it can be assumed to be the patient.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""S"""
  • EXPLANATION:  TYPE=SPECIMEN
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
2 PROPERTY 0;6 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""PR""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 24, 2001
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains the property measured- e.g., a mass concentration or enzyme activity.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""PR"""
  • EXPLANATION:  TYPE=PROPERTY
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
    UNEDITABLE
3 TIME ASPECT 0;7 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Point or moment in time vs. time interval, e.g., 24-hour urine.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
3.1 TIME MODIFIER 0;17 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""M""" D ^DIC K DIC S DIC=DIE,X=+Y K:Y<0 X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  The second and optional subpart of the time component allows an indication of some sub selection or integration of the measures taken over the defined period of time, so 8H^MAX heart rate would be the highest heart rate
    observed over 8H(Shift), MIN, MAX, FIRST, LAST, MEAN are the other possible values for this subpart. When nothing is stored in this subpart, we assume a mean value over the time period in question.
  • SCREEN:  S DIC("S")="I $P(^(0),U,7)=""M"""
  • EXPLANATION:  TYPE=MEASUREMENTS
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
4 SYSTEM 0;8 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 09, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains the specimen.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
5 SCALE TYPE 0;9 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  The field contains the data part of the test name which specifies the scale of the measure, and is a required part. The abbreviation of the type of scale (previously called precision), should be used in the fully
    specified name.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
6 METHOD TYPE 0;10 POINTER TO WKLD SUFFIX CODES FILE (#64.2) WKLD SUFFIX CODES(#64.2)

  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 24, 2001
  • DESCRIPTION:  The method by which the test was performed. Methods need only be expressed as part of the name when they provide a distinction between tests that measure the same component (analyte) but which have different clinical
    significance or have different clinical reference ranges. For instance, whole blood glucose tested with a chemstrip might be distinguished in the method field.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
7 CLASS 0;11 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 29, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    An arbitrary classification of the terms for grouping related observations together. Some examples are CHEM for Chemistry, MICRO for Microbiology, and BLDBK for Blood Bank.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
8 SOURCE 0;12 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 28, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-10 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Source is a field for internal use of the LOINC committee.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
10 UNITS 0;14 POINTER TO LAB ELECTRONIC CODES FILE (#64.061) LAB ELECTRONIC CODES(#64.061)

  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 02, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains the units of measure for the test of this specimen.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
11 NORMAL RANGE 0;13 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-20 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Normal Range - Example answers from real tests.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
13 MOLAR MASS 0;16 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>15!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-15 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Molecular weights: This field contains the molecular weights of chemical moieties when they are provided to LOINC. This release contains values kindly contributed by IUPAC.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
15 CHECK DIGIT 0;15 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>9)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 04, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 0 and 9, 0 Decimal Digits
  • DESCRIPTION:  Note: the data contained in this field contains some incorrect values due to errors in LOINC released database. When check digit computation errors are discovered - STATUS (#20) field is marked as DEL preventing the code
    from being assigned. Once a LOINC has be released it never deleted from the database.
    This field contains the LOINC number modulo 10 check digit. The instruction for calculating a Mod 10 check digit is as follows: (1) Take the odd digit positions counting from the right (2) Multiply by 2 (3) Take the even
    digits starting from the right (4) Append these to the front of the results of (2) (5) Add the digits of (4) together (6) Find the next highest multiple of 10 (7) Subtract (5) from (6)
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
20 STATUS 4;1 SET
  • '1' FOR DEL;
  • '2' FOR TRIAL;
  • '3' FOR DISCOURAGED;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 27, 2016
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Select the Status of the code:1=Deprecated (deleted), 2=Trial or 3=Discouraged
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field can contain one of the following values: (Null) This is a code with ACTIVE status.
    1 This is a code that has been DELETED (DEPRECATED).
    2 This is a code that is on TRIAL.
    3 This is a code the use of which is DISCOURAGED. LOINC codes will never be reused nor will they be removed from the database
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  95.3^AD
    1)= S ^LAB(95.3,"AD",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^LAB(95.3,"AD",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= List of Status
    This cross reference will provide a listing of those LOINC codes that have
    status update.
21 MAP TO 4;2 POINTER TO LAB LOINC FILE (#95.3) LAB LOINC(#95.3)

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 20, 2016
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    No longer supported by SDO.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
22 DATE LAST CHANGED 4;3 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Date last changed, in the format YYYYMMDD.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
23 CHANGE TYPE 4;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>3!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 11, 2020
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-3 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Change Type Code. DEL= Delete; ADD=add; PAN=Panel; UND=Undeprecated; NAM=change to Analyte/ Component (field #2); MAJ=change to name field other than #2 (#3-#7); MIN=change to field other than name.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
24 CHANGE REASON 4;5 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>205!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 05, 2000
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-205 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Reason term was changed. If a term has been changed, the reason for the change is detailed here.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
30 EUCLIDES CODE 1;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-10 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    EUCLIDES analyte code. The Euclides code identifies the analyte (the first subpart of the first part of the name.)
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
31 ASTM CODE 1;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-10 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The ASTM codes apply to only a few of the tests (e.g., cell counts, antibiotic sensitivities). These are the codes included in the appendices of HL7 and ASTM E1238-94.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
32 IUPAC CODE 1;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>12!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 14, 2001
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-12 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The IUPAC code identifies the component, kind of property, and system.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
33 SNOMED CODE 1;4 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>9!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 27, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-9 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    SNOMED Code (future versions). Not currently used.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
34 VA CODE 1;5 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 27, 2005
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-30 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains the VA Unique Identifier (VUID). This number is assigned by the VA Master File Server (MFS).
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  95.3^AC
    1)= S ^LAB(95.3,"AC",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^LAB(95.3,"AC",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= Contains the VA UID number
    This X-Ref will contains the VUID for this LOINC code. ^LAB(95.3,"AC",VUID,DA)=""
35 METPATH CODE 1;6 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-10 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Metpath Code. Not currently used.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
36 HCFA CODE 1;7 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>10!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-10 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    HCFA code (future versions). Not currently used.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
37 CDC CODE 1;8 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>15!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 29, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-15 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Code from the CDC Complexity file which maps laboratory tests to the instruments used to perform them. These codes are at the analyte level, not the test instrument level.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
38 GPI CODE 1;9 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>25!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 29, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-25 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    GPI Code. For drugs, this field contains a map to the Medispan GPI codes, a hierarchical system of classifying pharmaceutical products.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
40 IUPAC ANALYTE CODE 1;11 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>15!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-15 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    IUPAC analyte code: This field contains the Chemical Abstract service number or the Enzyme Nomenclature number for the chemical components for chemicals and/or enzymes. These were also contributed by IUPAC.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
41 CLASSTYPE 3;1 SET
  • '1' FOR LABORATORY;
  • '2' FOR CLINICAL;
  • '3' FOR CLAIMS;
  • '4' FOR SURVEYS;

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 11, 2003
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used to indicate the source of this code. There are at least four general areas. Laboratory Class, Clinical Class, Claims Attachment and Surveys. The selections are available on the Regenstrief RELMA class
    restriction window.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
50 RELATED NAMES 50;0 Multiple #95.39 95.39

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 27, 1998
  • DESCRIPTION:  A synonym intended to make it easier to find a given observation by providing other names by which the observation may be known. For a drug level, for example, we include the trade names of that drug under the related
    names.
56 UNITS REQUIRED 0;18 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;
  • '0' FOR NO;
  • 'Y' FOR YES;
  • 'N' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 04, 2003
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field indicates that units are required when this LOINC code is included in an OBX segment in a HIPPA attachment.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
60 ANSWERLIST 2;0 Multiple #95.33 95.33

  • DESCRIPTION:  The list of answers for results that are reportable from a multiple choice list (e.g., the answers for the term of DISPOSITION OF BLOOD PACK are GIVEN; PARTIALLY GIVEN;DISCARDED). The field provides examples, not required
    answer lists.
70 SCOPE 70;0 Multiple #95.32 95.32
80 FULLY SPECIFIED NAME 80;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>250!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 06, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-250 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field contains the fully specified name of the LOINC code. It has five or six major parts including: the name of the component or analyte measured, the property observed, the timing of the measurement, the type of
    sample, the scale of measurement, and where relevant, the method of the measurement. The colon character, ":", is part of the name and is used to separate the main parts of the name.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
    UNEDITABLE
81 SHORTNAME 81;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>80!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 06, 2003
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-80 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field was introduced in LOINC version 2.07, the field is a concatenation of the fully specified LOINC name. This field maybe used as the test name on reports rather than the fully specified name in FULLY SPECIFIED
    NAME (#80) field.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
    UNEDITABLE
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  95.3^E
    1)= S ^LAB(95.3,"E",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^LAB(95.3,"E",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= LOINC Short name
    This cross reference contains the LOINC short name for selected codes. The field is a concatenation of the fully specified LOINC Name. Not all LOINC codes have short name as issued by Regenstrief Institute.
82 VA COMMON DISPLAY NAME 82;E1,100 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>100!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 21, 2014
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-100 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field contains common display names derived from the LOINC codes to be used as a clinician friendly display of the standard LOINC codes. Names LOINC codes not related to lab have been created using the component axes
    of the LOINC code.
83 LONG COMMON NAME 83;E1,245 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 29, 2014
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-245 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field contains the LOINC term in a more readable format than the fully specified name. The long common names have been created via a table driven algorithmic process. Most abbreviations and acronyms that are used in
    the LOINC database have been fully spelled out in English.
84 EXTERNAL COPYRIGHT NOTICE 84;0 WORD-PROCESSING #95.384
85 EXAMPLE UCUM UNITS 85;E1,245 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 21, 2014
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-245 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Unified Code for Units of Measure (UCUM) is a code system intended to include all units of measures being contemporarily used in international science, engineering, and business. (www.unitsofmeasure.org ). This field
    contains example units of measures for this term expressed as UCUM units.
86 REPEAT OBSERVATION 86;E1,245 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 21, 2014
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-245 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field contains data that shows repeat observations taken at the same time and/or on the same specimen.
99 COMMENTS 99;0 WORD-PROCESSING #95.399

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Free-text comments relating to the test result.
99.98 MASTER ENTRY FOR VUID VUID;2 SET
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************
  • '1' FOR YES;
  • '0' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 28, 2005
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field identifies the Master entry for a VUID associated with a Term/Concept.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
    UNEDITABLE
  • RECORD INDEXES:  AMASTERVUID (#717)
99.99 VUID VUID;1 FREE TEXT
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S X=+X K:$L(X)>20!($L(X)<1)!'(X?1.20N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 03, 2005
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-20 digits in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    VHA Unique ID (VUID). A unique meaningless integer assigned to reference terms VHA wide.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^
    UNEDITABLE
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  95.3^AVUID^MUMPS
    1)= S ^LAB(95.3,"AVUID",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^LAB(95.3,"AVUID",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= This cross-reference is by VUID.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  AMASTERVUID (#717)
99.991 EFFECTIVE DATE/TIME TERMSTATUS;0 DATE Multiple #95.3099 95.3099

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Describes the pair Status and Effective Date/Time for each reference term.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: ^

Found Entries, Total: 93598

CODE: 1    CODE: 2    CODE: 3    CODE: 4    CODE: 5    CODE: 6    CODE: 7    CODE: 8    
CODE: 9    CODE: 10    CODE: 11    CODE: 12    CODE: 13    CODE: 14    CODE: 15    CODE: 16    
CODE: 17    CODE: 18    CODE: 19    CODE: 20    CODE: 21    CODE: 22    CODE: 23    CODE: 24    
CODE: 25    CODE: 26    CODE: 27    CODE: 28    CODE: 29    CODE: 30    CODE: 31    CODE: 32    
CODE: 33    CODE: 34    CODE: 35    CODE: 36    CODE: 37    CODE: 38    CODE: 39    CODE: 40    
CODE: 41    CODE: 42    CODE: 43    CODE: 44    CODE: 45    CODE: 46    CODE: 47    CODE: 48    
CODE: 49    CODE: 50    CODE: 51    CODE: 52    CODE: 53    CODE: 54    CODE: 55    CODE: 56    
CODE: 57    CODE: 58    CODE: 59    CODE: 60    CODE: 61    CODE: 62    CODE: 63    CODE: 64    
CODE: 65    CODE: 66    CODE: 67    CODE: 68    CODE: 69    CODE: 70    CODE: 71    CODE: 72    
CODE: 73    CODE: 74    CODE: 75    CODE: 76    CODE: 77    CODE: 78    CODE: 79    CODE: 80    
CODE: 81    CODE: 82    CODE: 83    CODE: 84    CODE: 85    CODE: 86    CODE: 87    CODE: 88    
CODE: 89    CODE: 90    CODE: 91    CODE: 92    CODE: 93    CODE: 94    CODE: 95    CODE: 96    
CODE: 97    CODE: 98    CODE: 99    CODE: 100    CODE: 101    CODE: 102    CODE: 103    CODE: 104    
CODE: 105    CODE: 106    CODE: 107    CODE: 108    CODE: 109    CODE: 110    CODE: 111    CODE: 112    
CODE: 113    CODE: 114    CODE: 115    CODE: 116    CODE: 117    CODE: 118    CODE: 119    CODE: 120    
CODE: 121    CODE: 122    CODE: 123    CODE: 124    CODE: 125    CODE: 126    CODE: 127    CODE: 128    
CODE: 129    CODE: 130    CODE: 131    CODE: 132    CODE: 133    CODE: 134    CODE: 135    CODE: 136    
CODE: 137    CODE: 138    CODE: 139    CODE: 140    CODE: 141    CODE: 142    CODE: 143    CODE: 144    
CODE: 145    CODE: 146    CODE: 147    CODE: 148    CODE: 149    CODE: 150    CODE: 151    CODE: 152    
CODE: 153    CODE: 154    CODE: 155    CODE: 156    CODE: 157    CODE: 158    CODE: 159    CODE: 160    
CODE: 161    CODE: 162    CODE: 163    CODE: 164    CODE: 165    CODE: 166    CODE: 167    CODE: 168    
CODE: 169    CODE: 170    CODE: 171    CODE: 172    CODE: 173    CODE: 174    CODE: 175    CODE: 176    
CODE: 177    CODE: 178    CODE: 179    CODE: 180    CODE: 181    CODE: 182    CODE: 183    CODE: 184    
CODE: 185    CODE: 186    CODE: 187    CODE: 188    CODE: 189    CODE: 190    CODE: 191    CODE: 192    
CODE: 193    CODE: 194    CODE: 195    CODE: 196    CODE: 197    CODE: 198    CODE: 199    CODE: 200    
CODE: 201    CODE: 202    CODE: 203    CODE: 204    CODE: 205    CODE: 206    CODE: 207    CODE: 208    
CODE: 209    CODE: 210    CODE: 211    CODE: 212    CODE: 213    CODE: 214    CODE: 215    CODE: 216    
CODE: 217    CODE: 218    CODE: 219    CODE: 220    CODE: 221    CODE: 222    CODE: 223    CODE: 224    
CODE: 225    CODE: 226    CODE: 227    CODE: 228    CODE: 229    CODE: 230    CODE: 231    CODE: 232    
CODE: 233    CODE: 234    CODE: 235    CODE: 236    CODE: 237    CODE: 238    CODE: 239    CODE: 240    
CODE: 241    CODE: 242    CODE: 243    CODE: 244    CODE: 245    CODE: 246    CODE: 247    CODE: 248    
CODE: 249    CODE: 250    CODE: 251    CODE: 252    CODE: 253    CODE: 254    CODE: 255    CODE: 256    
CODE: 257    CODE: 258    CODE: 259    CODE: 260    CODE: 261    CODE: 262    CODE: 263    CODE: 264    
CODE: 265    CODE: 266    CODE: 267    CODE: 268    CODE: 269    CODE: 270    CODE: 271    CODE: 272    
CODE: 273    CODE: 274    CODE: 275    CODE: 276    CODE: 277    CODE: 278    CODE: 279    CODE: 280    
CODE: 281    CODE: 282    CODE: 283    CODE: 284    CODE: 285    CODE: 286    CODE: 287    CODE: 288    
CODE: 289    CODE: 290    CODE: 291    CODE: 292    CODE: 293    CODE: 294    CODE: 295    CODE: 296    
CODE: 297    CODE: 298    CODE: 299    CODE: 300    CODE: 301    CODE: 302    CODE: 303    CODE: 304    
CODE: 305    CODE: 306    CODE: 307    CODE: 308    CODE: 309    CODE: 310    CODE: 311    CODE: 312    
CODE: 313    CODE: 314    CODE: 315    CODE: 316    CODE: 317    CODE: 318    CODE: 319    CODE: 320    
CODE: 321    CODE: 322    CODE: 323    CODE: 324    CODE: 325    CODE: 326    CODE: 327    CODE: 328    
CODE: 329    CODE: 330    CODE: 331    CODE: 332    CODE: 333    CODE: 334    CODE: 335    CODE: 336    
CODE: 337    CODE: 338    CODE: 339    CODE: 340    CODE: 341    CODE: 342    CODE: 343    CODE: 344    
CODE: 345    CODE: 346    CODE: 347    CODE: 348    CODE: 349    CODE: 350    CODE: 351    CODE: 352    
CODE: 353    CODE: 354    CODE: 355    CODE: 356    CODE: 357    CODE: 358    CODE: 359    CODE: 360    
CODE: 361    CODE: 362    CODE: 363    CODE: 364    CODE: 365    CODE: 366    CODE: 367    CODE: 368    
CODE: 369    CODE: 370    CODE: 371    CODE: 372    CODE: 373    CODE: 374    CODE: 375    CODE: 376    
CODE: 377    CODE: 378    CODE: 379    CODE: 380    CODE: 381    CODE: 382    CODE: 383    CODE: 384    
CODE: 385    CODE: 386    CODE: 387    CODE: 388    CODE: 389    CODE: 390    CODE: 391    CODE: 392    
CODE: 393    CODE: 394    CODE: 395    CODE: 396    CODE: 397    CODE: 398    CODE: 399    CODE: 400    
CODE: 401    CODE: 402    CODE: 403    CODE: 404    CODE: 405    CODE: 406    CODE: 407    CODE: 408    
CODE: 409    CODE: 410    CODE: 411    CODE: 412    CODE: 413    CODE: 414    CODE: 415    CODE: 416    
CODE: 417    CODE: 418    CODE: 419    CODE: 420    CODE: 421    CODE: 422    CODE: 423    CODE: 424    
CODE: 425    CODE: 426    CODE: 427    CODE: 428    CODE: 429    CODE: 430    CODE: 431    CODE: 432    
CODE: 433    CODE: 434    CODE: 435    CODE: 436    CODE: 437    CODE: 438    CODE: 439    CODE: 440    
CODE: 441    CODE: 442    CODE: 443    CODE: 444    CODE: 445    CODE: 446    CODE: 447    CODE: 448    
CODE: 449    CODE: 450    CODE: 451    CODE: 452    CODE: 453    CODE: 454    CODE: 455    CODE: 456    
CODE: 457    CODE: 458    CODE: 459    CODE: 460    CODE: 461    CODE: 462    CODE: 463    CODE: 464    
CODE: 465    CODE: 466    CODE: 467    CODE: 468    CODE: 469    CODE: 470    CODE: 471    CODE: 472    
CODE: 473    CODE: 474    CODE: 475    CODE: 476    CODE: 477    CODE: 478    CODE: 479    CODE: 480    
CODE: 481    CODE: 482    CODE: 483    CODE: 484    CODE: 485    CODE: 486    CODE: 487    CODE: 488    
CODE: 489    CODE: 490    CODE: 491    CODE: 492    CODE: 493    CODE: 494    CODE: 495    CODE: 496    
CODE: 497    CODE: 498    CODE: 499    CODE: 500    CODE: 501    CODE: 502    CODE: 503    CODE: 504    
CODE: 505    CODE: 506    CODE: 507    CODE: 508    CODE: 509    CODE: 510    CODE: 511    CODE: 512    
CODE: 513    CODE: 514    CODE: 515    CODE: 516    CODE: 517    CODE: 518    CODE: 519    CODE: 520    
CODE: 521    CODE: 522    CODE: 523    CODE: 524    CODE: 525    CODE: 526    CODE: 527    CODE: 528    
CODE: 529    CODE: 530    CODE: 531    CODE: 532    CODE: 533    CODE: 534    CODE: 535    CODE: 536    
CODE: 537    CODE: 538    CODE: 539    CODE: 540    CODE: 541    CODE: 542    CODE: 543    CODE: 544    
CODE: 545    CODE: 546    CODE: 547    CODE: 548    CODE: 549    CODE: 550    CODE: 551    CODE: 552    
CODE: 553    CODE: 554    CODE: 555    CODE: 556    CODE: 557    CODE: 558    CODE: 559    CODE: 560    
CODE: 561    CODE: 562    CODE: 563    CODE: 564    CODE: 565    CODE: 566    CODE: 567    CODE: 568    
CODE: 569    CODE: 570    CODE: 571    CODE: 572    CODE: 573    CODE: 574    CODE: 575    CODE: 576    
CODE: 577    CODE: 578    CODE: 579    CODE: 580    CODE: 581    CODE: 582    CODE: 583    CODE: 584    
CODE: 585    CODE: 586    CODE: 587    CODE: 588    CODE: 589    CODE: 590    CODE: 591    CODE: 592    
CODE: 593    CODE: 594    CODE: 595    CODE: 596    CODE: 597    CODE: 598    CODE: 599    CODE: 600    
CODE: 601    CODE: 602    CODE: 603    CODE: 604    CODE: 605    CODE: 606    CODE: 607    CODE: 608    
CODE: 609    CODE: 610    CODE: 611    CODE: 612    CODE: 613    CODE: 614    CODE: 615    CODE: 616    
CODE: 617    CODE: 618    CODE: 619    CODE: 620    CODE: 621    CODE: 622    CODE: 623    CODE: 624    
CODE: 625    CODE: 626    CODE: 627    CODE: 628    CODE: 629    CODE: 630    CODE: 631    CODE: 632    
CODE: 633    CODE: 634    CODE: 635    CODE: 636    CODE: 637    CODE: 638    CODE: 639    CODE: 640    
CODE: 641    CODE: 642    CODE: 643    CODE: 644    CODE: 645    CODE: 646    CODE: 647    CODE: 648    
CODE: 649    CODE: 650    CODE: 651    CODE: 652    CODE: 653    CODE: 654    CODE: 655    CODE: 656    
CODE: 657    CODE: 658    CODE: 659    CODE: 660    CODE: 661    CODE: 662    CODE: 663    CODE: 664    
CODE: 665    CODE: 666    CODE: 667    CODE: 668    CODE: 669    CODE: 670    CODE: 671    CODE: 672    
CODE: 673    CODE: 674    CODE: 675    CODE: 676    CODE: 677    CODE: 678    CODE: 679    CODE: 680    
CODE: 681    CODE: 682    CODE: 683    CODE: 684    CODE: 685    CODE: 686    CODE: 687    CODE: 688    
CODE: 689    CODE: 690    CODE: 691    CODE: 692    CODE: 693    CODE: 694    CODE: 695    CODE: 696    
CODE: 697    CODE: 698    CODE: 699    CODE: 700    CODE: 701    CODE: 702    CODE: 703    CODE: 704    
CODE: 705    CODE: 706    CODE: 707    CODE: 708    CODE: 709    CODE: 710    CODE: 711    CODE: 712    
CODE: 713    CODE: 714    CODE: 715    CODE: 716    CODE: 717    CODE: 718    CODE: 719    CODE: 720    
CODE: 721    CODE: 722    CODE: 723    CODE: 724    CODE: 725    CODE: 726    CODE: 727    CODE: 728    
CODE: 729    CODE: 730    CODE: 731    CODE: 732    CODE: 733    CODE: 734    CODE: 735    CODE: 736    
CODE: 737    CODE: 738    CODE: 739    CODE: 740    CODE: 741    CODE: 742    CODE: 743    CODE: 744    
CODE: 745    CODE: 746    CODE: 747    CODE: 748    CODE: 749    CODE: 750    CODE: 751    CODE: 752    
CODE: 753    CODE: 754    CODE: 755    CODE: 756    CODE: 757    CODE: 758    CODE: 759    CODE: 760    
CODE: 761    CODE: 762    CODE: 763    CODE: 764    CODE: 765    CODE: 766    CODE: 767    CODE: 768    
CODE: 769    CODE: 770    CODE: 771    CODE: 772    CODE: 773    CODE: 774    CODE: 775    CODE: 776    
CODE: 777    CODE: 778    CODE: 779    CODE: 780    CODE: 781    CODE: 782    CODE: 783    CODE: 784    
CODE: 785    CODE: 786    CODE: 787    CODE: 788    CODE: 789    CODE: 790    CODE: 791    CODE: 792    
CODE: 793    CODE: 794    CODE: 795    CODE: 796    CODE: 797    CODE: 798    CODE: 799    CODE: 800    
CODE: 801    CODE: 802    CODE: 803    CODE: 804    CODE: 805    CODE: 806    CODE: 807    CODE: 808    
CODE: 809    CODE: 810    CODE: 811    CODE: 812    CODE: 813    CODE: 814    CODE: 815    CODE: 816    
CODE: 817    CODE: 818    CODE: 819    CODE: 820    CODE: 821    CODE: 822    CODE: 823    CODE: 824    
CODE: 825    CODE: 826    CODE: 827    CODE: 828    CODE: 829    CODE: 830    CODE: 831    CODE: 832    
CODE: 833    CODE: 834    CODE: 835    CODE: 836    CODE: 837    CODE: 838    CODE: 839    CODE: 840    
CODE: 841    CODE: 842    CODE: 843    CODE: 844    CODE: 845    CODE: 846    CODE: 847    CODE: 848    
CODE: 849    CODE: 850    CODE: 851    CODE: 852    CODE: 853    CODE: 854    CODE: 855    CODE: 856    
CODE: 857    CODE: 858    CODE: 859    CODE: 860    CODE: 861    CODE: 862    CODE: 863    CODE: 864    
CODE: 865    CODE: 866    CODE: 867    CODE: 868    CODE: 869    CODE: 870    CODE: 871    CODE: 872    
CODE: 873    CODE: 874    CODE: 875    CODE: 876    CODE: 877    CODE: 878    CODE: 879    CODE: 880    
CODE: 881    CODE: 882    CODE: 883    CODE: 884    CODE: 885    CODE: 886    CODE: 887    CODE: 888    
CODE: 889    CODE: 890    CODE: 891    CODE: 892    CODE: 893    CODE: 894    CODE: 895    CODE: 896    
CODE: 897    CODE: 898    CODE: 899    CODE: 900    CODE: 901    CODE: 902    CODE: 903    CODE: 904    
CODE: 905    CODE: 906    CODE: 907    CODE: 908    CODE: 909    CODE: 910    CODE: 911    CODE: 912    
CODE: 913    CODE: 914    CODE: 915    CODE: 916    CODE: 917    CODE: 918    CODE: 919    CODE: 920    
CODE: 921    CODE: 922    CODE: 923    CODE: 924    CODE: 925    CODE: 926    CODE: 927    CODE: 928    
CODE: 929    CODE: 930    CODE: 931    CODE: 932    CODE: 933    CODE: 934    CODE: 935    CODE: 936    
CODE: 937    CODE: 938    CODE: 939    CODE: 940    CODE: 941    CODE: 942    CODE: 943    CODE: 944    
CODE: 945    CODE: 946    CODE: 947    CODE: 948    CODE: 949    CODE: 950    CODE: 951    CODE: 952    
CODE: 953    CODE: 954    CODE: 955    CODE: 956    CODE: 957    CODE: 958    CODE: 959    CODE: 960    
CODE: 961    CODE: 962    CODE: 963    CODE: 964    CODE: 965    CODE: 966    CODE: 967    CODE: 968    
CODE: 969    CODE: 970    CODE: 971    CODE: 972    CODE: 973    CODE: 974    CODE: 975    CODE: 976    
CODE: 977    CODE: 978    CODE: 979    CODE: 980    CODE: 981    CODE: 982    CODE: 983    CODE: 984    
CODE: 985    CODE: 986    CODE: 987    CODE: 988    CODE: 989    CODE: 990    CODE: 991    CODE: 992    
CODE: 993    CODE: 994    CODE: 995    CODE: 996    CODE: 997    CODE: 998    CODE: 999    CODE: 1000    
CODE: 1001    CODE: 1002    CODE: 1003    CODE: 1004    CODE: 1005    CODE: 1006    CODE: 1007    CODE: 1008    
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