Fixed: 08:53, 3 October 2008 (CDT) Kboone
No change neeeded
- As currently defined, this invokes .5 as well as .6
Extremely minor typo:
In the example:
closing tag is misspelled.
The CCD template for Alert Observation (2.16.840.1.1138126.96.36.199.18) is listed in the example, but is not specified anywhere else on the page. It is not clear if this CCD element is required, recommended or optional.
From the spec:
This entry has a template identifier of 188.8.131.52.4.1.193184.108.40.206.1.4.6, and is a subtype of the Problem Entry, and so must also conform to the rules of the problem entry, which has the template identifier of 220.127.116.11.4.1.19318.104.22.168.22.214.171.124. These elements are required and shall be recorded exactly as shown above.
The second OID template is typoed. There's an extra .5 at the end. It should be: "126.96.36.199.4.1.193188.8.131.52.1.4.5".
From the spec:
The <value> is a description of the allergy or adverse reaction. While the value may be a coded or an uncoded string, the type is always a coded value (xsi:type='CD'). If coded, the code and codeSystem attributes must be present. The codingSystem should reference a controlled vocabulary describing allergies and adverse reactions, see Table 5.4 12Table 5.4 12 above . If uncoded, all attributes other than xsi:type='CD' must be absent. The allergy or intolerance may not be known, in which case that fact shall be recorded appropriately. This might occur in the case where a patient experiences an allergic reaction to an unknown substance.
In the case of an uncoded value, all attributes other than xsi:type must be absent. Where does one put the uncoded string? The uncoded string cannot be placed into an attribute because none are allowed. It cannot be written as character data, as the schema forces <value> to be element-only...
Also, it is not clear where "Table 5.4 12" is located...