Difference between TmStp and Clock Time

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    yanagisawa
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    Dear all,

    May I ask the difference between TmStp and Clock Time in the property? What information is usually mapped by these two properties?

    Thank you very much!

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    Catherine Holck
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    Hello,

    Thank you for your question! The TmStp (timestamp) property refers to a date and time. Example of use is ‘Collection date and time’.
    The ClockTime property is an observed time (example, 5 PM). Example of use is ‘Birth time’.
    Lastly, the property Time refers to a duration (example, 10 minutes). Example of use might be ‘A wave duration by US’.

    Katy
    LOINC Developer

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