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  • #24156
    Denise Fernandez
    Participant

    Hi! I was just testing your fhir terminology server with some code system queries.

    I was wondering if there’s any way (as there is in https://search.loinc.org) to set the language, so I can get translated values in valueCoding.display for all properties.

    For example:
    * https://search.loinc.org/searchLOINC/search.zul?query=1975-2 (if I “Set Language” to Spanish/Argentina, then I get translated values in the search results)
    * GET https://fhir.loinc.org/CodeSystem/$lookup?system=http://loinc.org&code=1975-2
    (I’m using the same user for basic auth for rest api, and for log in at search.loinc.org)

    I tried:
    – Adding displayLanguage=es-AR as a query param (as per https://www.hl7.org/fhir/operation-codesystem-lookup.html)
    – Adding a header to the request Accept-Language=es-AR (as per https://hl7.org/fhir/2018May/languages.html##http)

    Thanks!

    Denise.

     

    #429482
    Simone Heckmann
    Participant

    Any news about this? Being able to expand ValueSets with display values in other languages is a very important requirement for the usage of LOINC in FHIR implementations in Germany as well.

    We’d love to know if this feature is somewhere on the roadmap!

    #429483
    Tim Briscoe
    Keymaster

    This is something we will be exploring as we realize its importance for the community. We do not have a timetable for a potential release. It would probably be March 2020 at the earliest.

    #435660
    Alejandro Bologna
    Participant

    Hi

    Are there any updates on multi-language support for the fhir-loinc api?

    Thanks!

    #435914
    Marc de Graauw
    Participant

    It’s a feature the Netherlands would really appreciate as well – to the point that using the LOINC FHIR API does not make much sense for us without it. And the API looks great, I’d love to incorporate it.

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