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Value Set ObservationInterpretation

History description 2014-03-26: Lock all vaue sets untouched since 2014-03-26 to trackingId 2014T1_2014_03_26 description: One or more codes specifying a rough qualitative interpretation of the observation, such as "normal", "abnormal", "below normal", "change up", "resistant", "susceptible", etc. Discussion: These interpretation codes are sometimes called "abnormal flags", however, the judgment of normalcy is just one of the common rough interpretations, and is often not relevant. For example, the susceptibility interpretations are not about "normalcy", and for any observation of a pathologic condition, it does not make sense to state the normalcy, since pathologic conditions are never considered "normal."

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NameObservationInterpretationDisplay NameObservationInterpretation
Description

History description 2014-03-26: Lock all vaue sets untouched since 2014-03-26 to trackingId 2014T1_2014_03_26

description:

One or more codes specifying a rough qualitative interpretation of the observation, such as "normal", "abnormal", "below normal", "change up", "resistant", "susceptible", etc.

Discussion: These interpretation codes are sometimes called "abnormal flags", however, the judgment of normalcy is just one of the common rough interpretations, and is often not relevant. For example, the susceptibility interpretations are not about "normalcy", and for any observation of a pathologic condition, it does not make sense to state the normalcy, since pathologic conditions are never considered "normal."

Source Code System
2.16.840.1.113883.5.83 - Observation Interpretation - http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-ObservationInterpretation
Level/ TypeCodeDisplay NameCode System
0‑A
_GeneticObservationInterpretation
GeneticObservationInterpretation
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
CAR
Carrier
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
Carrier
Carrier
Observation Interpretation
0‑A
_ObservationInterpretationChange
ObservationInterpretationChange
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
B
Better
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
D
Significant change down
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
U
Significant change up
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
W
Worse
Observation Interpretation
0‑A
_ObservationInterpretationExceptions
ObservationInterpretationExceptions
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
<
Off scale low
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
>
Off scale high
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
AC
Anti-complementary substances present
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
IE
Insufficient evidence
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
QCF
Quality control failure
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
TOX
Cytotoxic substance present
Observation Interpretation
0‑A
_ObservationInterpretationNormality
ObservationInterpretationNormality
Observation Interpretation
1‑S
A
Abnormal
Observation Interpretation
2‑S
AA
Critical abnormal
Observation Interpretation
3‑L
HH
Critical high
Observation Interpretation
3‑L
LL
Critical low
Observation Interpretation
2‑S
H
High
Observation Interpretation
3‑S
H>
Significantly high
Observation Interpretation
4‑L
HH
Critical high
Observation Interpretation
3‑S
HU
Significantly high
Observation Interpretation
4‑L
HH
Critical high
Observation Interpretation
2‑S
L
Low
Observation Interpretation
3‑S
L<
Significantly low
Observation Interpretation
4‑L
LL
Critical low
Observation Interpretation
3‑S
LU
Significantly low
Observation Interpretation
4‑L
LL
Critical low
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
N
Normal
Observation Interpretation
0‑A
_ObservationInterpretationSusceptibility
ObservationInterpretationSusceptibility
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
IE
Insufficient evidence
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
I
Intermediate
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
MS
moderately susceptible
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
NCL
No CLSI defined breakpoint
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
NS
Non-susceptible
Observation Interpretation
1‑S
R
Resistant
Observation Interpretation
2‑L
SYN-R
Synergy - resistant
Observation Interpretation
1‑S
S
Susceptible
Observation Interpretation
2‑L
SDD
Susceptible-dose dependent
Observation Interpretation
2‑L
SYN-S
Synergy - susceptible
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
VS
very susceptible
Observation Interpretation
0‑S
EX
outside threshold
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
HX
above high threshold
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
LX
below low threshold
Observation Interpretation
0‑L
HM
Hold for Medical Review
Observation Interpretation
0‑A
ObservationInterpretationDetection
ObservationInterpretationDetection
Observation Interpretation
1‑S
IND
Indeterminate
Observation Interpretation
2‑L
E
Equivocal
Observation Interpretation
1‑S
NEG
Negative
Observation Interpretation
2‑L
ND
Not detected
Observation Interpretation
1‑S
POS
Positive
Observation Interpretation
2‑L
DET
Detected
Observation Interpretation
0‑A
ObservationInterpretationExpectation
ObservationInterpretationExpectation
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
EXP
Expected
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
UNE
Unexpected
Observation Interpretation
0‑L
OBX
Interpretation qualifiers in separate OBX segments
Observation Interpretation
0‑A
ReactivityObservationInterpretation
ReactivityObservationInterpretation
Observation Interpretation
1‑L
NR
Non-reactive
Observation Interpretation
1‑S
RR
Reactive
Observation Interpretation
2‑L
WR
Weakly reactive
Observation Interpretation

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