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Global: ^PXRMINDX(

Package: Clinical Reminders

Global: ^PXRMINDX(


Directly Accessed By Routines, Total: 21

Package Total Routines
Clinical Reminders 8 PXRMDIEV    PXRMHF    PXRMINDC    PXRMINDD    PXRMINDL    PXRMINDX    PXRMMST    PXRMV2E
PCE Patient Care Encounter 3 PXAPIIM    PXPXRM    PXPXRMI1    
Order Entry Results Reporting 2 ORWGAPI5    ORWGAPIR    
Enterprise Health Management Platform 1 HMPDJ09    
Registration 1 DG737PST    
Virtual Patient Record 1 VPRDJ09    

ICR, Total: 2

ICR LINK Subscribing Package(s) Fields Referenced Description
ICR #4114
  • Registration
  • Problem List
  • General Medical Record - Vitals
  • Lab Service
  • Order Entry Results Reporting
  • Outpatient Pharmacy
  • Inpatient Medications
  • PCE Patient Care Encounter
  • Mental Health
  • Pharmacy Data Management
  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine
  • Clinical Procedures
  • Inpatient pharmacy has the right to do a direct set anda direct kill on all entries with the first subscript number 55.Lab Services has the right to do a direct set and adirect kill on all entries with the first subscript number 63.Outpatient pharmacy has the right to do a direct set anda direct kill on all entries with the first subscript number 52.Order Entry has the right to do a direct set and adirect kill on all entries with the first subscript number 100.Mental Health has the right to do a direct set and adirect kill on all entries with the first subscript number 601.2.Problem List has the right to do a direct set and adirect kill on all entries with the first subscript number 9000011.Radiology has the right to do a direct set and a directkill on all entries with the first subscript number 70.Registration has the right to do a direct set and adirect kill on all entries with the first subscript number 45.Vitals has the right to do a direct set and a directkill on all entries with the first subscript number 120.5.PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.18PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.13.PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.23.PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.11.PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.16.PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.07.PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.12.Mental Health has the right to do a direct set and adirect kill on all entries with the first subscript number 601.84.PCE has the right to do a direct set and a direct killon all entries with the first subscript number 9000010.707.
    ICR #4290
  • Lab Service
  • Order Entry Results Reporting
  • PCE Patient Care Encounter
  • Methicillin Resistant Staph Aurerus Initiative
  • Clinical Case Registries
  • General Medical Record - Vitals
  • Mental Health
  • Virtual Patient Record
  • VA Point of Service
  • Enterprise Health Management Platform
  • The index is on file 55, Pharmacy Patient. The structureis:^PXRMINDX(55,"IP",DRUG,DFN,START.STOP,DAS)^PXRMINDX(55,"PI",DFN,DRUG,START,STOP,DAS) where DRUG is a pointer to Drugfile, START is the starting date, and STOP is the stop date. The API toretrieve the associated data is OEL^PSJPXRM1(DAS,.DATA). It is documented inDBIA 3836.The index is on file 52, Prescription file. Thestructure is:^PXRMINDX(52,"IP",DRUG,DFN,START,STOP,DAS)^PXRMINDX(52,"PI",DFN,DRUG,START,STOP,DAS)where DRUG is a pointer to Drug file, START is the starting date (RELEASEDATE) and STOP is the stop date ( RELEASE DATE + DAYS SUPPLY). The API toretrieve the associated data is PSRX^PSOPXRM1(DAS,"ARRAY"). It is documentedin DBIA 3793.The index is on file 100, Order file. The structure is:^PXRMINDX(100,"IP",OI,DFN,START,STOP,DAS)^PXRMINDX(100,"PI",DFN,OI,START,STOP,DAS) where OI is a pointer to theOrderable Items file, START is the START DATE, and STOP is the STOP DATE. TheAPI to retrieve the associated data is EN^ORX8(DA). Note that DA is the firstpiece of DAS and the data is returned in the array ORUPCHK. The API isdocumented in DBIA 871.The index is on file 63, Lab Data. The structure is:Chemistry, Hematology, other Lab Tests^PXRMINDX(63,"IP",ITEM,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(63,"PI",DFN,ITEM,DATE,DAS)Microbiology and Anatomic Path data have an additional index^PXRMINDX(63,"PDI",DFN,DATE,ITEM,DAS)where DATE is the Date/Time of collection. The structure of ITEM depends onthe type of lab data.For Chemistry, Hematology, and other lab tests, ITEM is numeric and a pointerto the Laboratory Test file.For Microbiology, ITEM is of the format "M;[S T O A M];#". where the middlesection can be one of:S is specimen (# is a pointer to the Topography [SNOMED] file) T is test (# isa pointer to the Laboratory Test file) O is organism (# is a pointer to theEtiology Field [SNOMED] file) A is antibiotic (# is a pointer to theAntimicrobial Susceptibility file) M is a TB drug (# is the field number ofthe TB drug - ^DD(63.39,).For Anatomic Pathology, ITEM is of the format "A;[S T O D M E F P I];#".where the middle section can be one of:S is specimen (# is 1.free text value) T is test (# is a pointer to theLaboratory Test file) O is organ/tissue (# is a pointer to the Topography[SNOMED] file) D is disease (# is a pointer to Disease Field [SNOMED] file) Mis morphology (# is a pointer to the Morphology Field [SNOMED] file) E isetiology (# is a pointer to the Etiology Field [SNOMED] file) F is function (#is a pointer to the Function [SNOMED] file P is procedure (# is a pointer tothe Procedure [SNOMED] file) I is ICD9 (# is a pointer to the ICD DIAGNOSISfile)Microbiology and Anatomic Pathology data are stored in a complex hierarchy.The ITEM is therefore a compound expression. This allows single elements ofdata to be easily found. The DAS also depends on the type of lab data. Achemistry test result has four semicolon pieces. Microbiology and AnatomicPathology can be more complex and have a much more nested structure. The APIto retrieve the associated data is LRPXRM^LRPXAPI(.DATA,DAS,ITEM). Thisinformation should be reviewed in the context of other data associated withthe specimen. The API is documented in DBIA #? The Lab package has other APIsthat use these indexes.The index is on file 601.2, Psych Instrument Patient.The structure is:^PXRMINDX(601.2,"IP",INS,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(601.2,"PI",DFN,INS,DATE,DAS)where INS is a pointer to the MH Instrument file. The API to retrieve theassociated data is ENDAS^YTAPI10(.YSDATA,DAS). The API is documented in DBIA#4442The index is on file 120.5, GMV Vital Measurement. Thestructure is:^PXRMINDX(120.5, IP ,VITAL TYPE,DFN,DATE,DAS) ^PXRMINDX(120.5, PI ,DFN,VITALTYPE,DATE,DAS)where VITAL TYPE is a pointer to the GMV Vital Type file. Entries that aremarked as "entered-in-error are not indexed. The API to retrieve theassociated data is EN^GMVPXRM(.GMVDATA,DAS).The API is documented in DBIA 3647.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.13,"IP",ITEM,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.13,"PI",DFN,ITEM,DATE,DAS)where item is the .01 of the Exam file, and DATE is the Visit Date.The API to retrieve the associated date is VXAM^PXPXRM(DAS,.DATA). The API isdocumented in DBIA 4250.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.23,"IP",ITEM,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.23,"PI",DFN,ITEM,DATE,DAS)where item is the .01 of the Health Factor file, and DATE is the Visit Date.The APIs to retrieve the associated date is VHF^PXPXRM(DAS,.DATA). The API isdocumented in DBIA 4250.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.11,"IP",ITEM,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.11,"PI",DFN,ITEM,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.11,"CVX","IP",CVX_CODE,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.11,"CVX","PI",DFN,CVX_CODE,DATE,DAS)where item is the .01 of the Immunization file, and DATE is the Event Date andTime. If Event Date and Time is not populated, the Visit Date/Time will beused instead.The API to retrieve the associated date are is VIMM^PXPXRM(DAS,.DATA). TheAPI is documented in DBIA 4250.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.16,"IP",ITEM,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.16,"PI",DFN,ITEM,DATE,DAS)where item is the .01 of the Education Topics file, and DATE is the VisitDate.The API to retrieve the associated date are is VPEDU^PXPXRM(DAS,. DATA). TheAPI is documented in DBIA 4250.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.12,"IP",ITEM,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.12,"PI",DFN,ITEM,DATE,DAS)where item is the .01 of the Skin Test file, and DATE is the Visit Date.The API to retrieve the associated date are is VSKIN^PXPXRM(DAS,. DATA). TheAPI is documented in DBIA 4250.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.18,"IP "IPP",CODE,TYPE,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.18,"PI" "PPI",DFN,TYPE,CODE,DATE,DAS)where code is a pointer to the CPT code, TYPE is the primary procedure. DATEis the Visit Date.The API to retrieve the associated date are is VCPT^PXPXRM(DAS,.DATA ). TheAPI is documented in DBIA 4250.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.07,"IP "IPP",CODE,TYPE,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.07,"PI" "PPI",DFN,TYPE,CODE,DATE,DAS)where code is a pointer to the ICD9 code, TYPE is the primary/ secondary valuefrom the V POV file entry. DATE is the Visit Date.The API to retrieve the associated date are is VPOVT^PXPXRM(DAS,. DATA). TheAPI is documented in DBIA 4250.The index is on file 45, PTF. Because PTF stores bothICD 0 and ICD 9 codes, the index is structured to accommodate this.^PXRMINDX(45, ICD0 , INP ,ICD0,DFN,DATE,NODE,DAS) ^PXRMINDX(45, ICD0 , PNI,DFN,IDC0,DATE,NODE,DAS) ^PXRMINDX(45, ICD9 , INP ,ICD9,DFN,DATE,NODE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(45, ICD9 , PNI ,DFN,IDC9,DATE,NODE,DAS)where ICD0 is a pointer to the ICD Operation/Procedure file and ICD9 is apointer to the ICD Diagnosis file. Because ICD 0 codes are stored at 10different locations, five on the surgery node and five on the procedure nodeand ICD 9 codes are stored at 25 different locations, 10 on the dischargenode, 5 on node 71, and 10 on the movement node, the storage node informationis stored in the index. This allows quick retrieval from specific nodes. Forexample, one of the ICD 9 codes is stored as DXLS, so in this case the string"DXLS is the node subscript. Some of the ICD 9 storage nodes have names likesecondary diagnosis 1, secondary diagnosis 2 etc, the corresponding nodeswould be D SD1, D SD1. Movement storage nodes have names like "M ICD2 . TheAPI to retrieve the associated data is PTF^DGPXRM(DAS,.DATA).Note that for some of the cross-references in PTF, TYPE OF RECORD is includedin the list of fields. It is used to exclude entries whose TYPE OF RECORD isCENSUS from the index.The API is documented in DBIA #3817.The index is on file 601.84, MH Administrations. Thestructure is:^PXRMINDX(601.84,"IP",INS,DFN,DATE,DAS)^PXRMINDX(601.84,"PI",DFN,INS,DATE,DAS)where INS is a pointer to the MH Tests and Surveys file. The API to retrievethe associated data is ENDAS71^YTQPXRM6(.YSDATA,DAS). The API is documented inDBIA 5043.The structure of the index is:^PXRMINDX(9000010.707,"PIC",DFN,IMM,CONTRA/REFUSAL,START,STOP,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.707,"PCI",DFN,CONTRA/REFUSAL,IMM,START,STOP,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.707,"ICP",IMM,CONTRA/REFUSAL,DFN,START,STOP,DAS)^PXRMINDX(9000010.707,"CIP",CONTRA/REFUSAL,IMM,DFN,START,STOP,DAS)where IMM is a pointer to the IMMUNIZATION file; CONTRA/REFUSAL is a variablepointer to the IMM CONTRAINDICATION REASONS (#920.4) or IMM REFUSAL REASONS(#920.5) files; START is the Event Date and Time, or if Event Date and Time isnot populated, the Visit Date/Time will be used instead; STOP is the WarnUntil Date, or if Warn Until Date is not populated, 9999999 will be usedinstead.The API to retrieve the associated data is VICR^PXPXRM(DAS,.DATA). The API isdocumented in DBIA 4250.
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