66935-8Have you ever been in any other situation in which you were afraid you might die or get really badly hurt,
or when you were very scared or felt like there was nothing you could do to stop what was happening [LTVH]Active
- Have you ever been in any other situation in which you were afraid you might die or get really badly hurt, or when you were very scared or felt like there was nothing you could do to stop what was happening
- Short Name
- Child could not stop LTVH
- Have you ever been in any other situation in which you were afraid you might die or get really badly hurt, or when you were very scared or felt like there was nothing you could do to stop what was happening?
Normative Answer List LL361-7
Source: Regenstrief Institute
|Yes Copyright http://snomed.info/sct ID:373066001 Yes (qualifier value)||LA33-6|
|No Copyright http://snomed.info/sct ID:373067005 No (qualifier value)||LA32-8|
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- Updated Method from PhenX to reflect the original source of the content.; Updated the PhenX ID from "PhenX.<ID>" to "PX<ID>" in Survey Question Source field to align with the variable identifier used in the PhenX Toolkit.
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|LOINC||Long Common Name|
|62911-3||PhenX domain - Psychosocial|
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- zh-CNChinese (China)
当时您害怕自己可能会死亡或真的严重受伤， 或者您非常恐惧或感觉好像自己无法做任何事情来阻止当时正在发生的情况: 发现: 时间点: ^患者: 序数型: LTVH
- it-ITItalian (Italy)
- E' mai stato in un'altra situazione in cui aveva paura di morire o di essere gravemente ferito, o quando era molto spaventato o si sentiva che non c'era niente da fare per fermare quello che stava accadendo:
Osservazione: Pt: ^Paziente: Ord: LTVH
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