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  • #23193
    stephane ibazizene
    Participant

    Hello,

    In the “LOINCUsersGuide.pdf” guide, chapter 6.3 “LOINC Document Ontology – Elements of document type codes” on page 77, there is a list of type codes for documents.

    Example
    PartNumber PartName
    LP173387-4 Administrative note
    LP173388-2 Against medical advice note
    LP173389-0 Agreement
    LP173390-8 Certificate

    I can not find these part numbers in the RELMA software. Why ?

    Another question :
    RELMA indicates that LOINC Code 11528-7 (Radiology Unspecified Site and Modality Study) is depracated.

    How to find the new code in RELMA?

    Thank you for your help.

    Best Regards,

    Stépphane

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    #23317
    john hook
    Moderator

    Stépphane,

    Use the PART search screen in RELMA to find the document ontology PARTs. You can then search by PART# (“LP” code) or key word.

     

    The “map to” term for a DEPRECATED LOINC is shown on the detail page.  Just double click the term in the result grid to see it. The replacement term for 11528-7 is 18748-4.

     

     

     

    #23318
    stephane ibazizene
    Participant

    Hello,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Another point, I can’t understand in the “LOINCUsersGuide.pdf” guide, chapter 6.3 “LOINC Document Ontology – Elements of document type codes” on page 77. There is a list of type codes for documents:

    How can I find this arborescence of documents in RELMA ?

    Is that possible?

    Regards,

    Stéphane

    #23319
    stephane ibazizene
    Participant

    Sorry, issue with the image.

    Part Number Part Name
    LP173387-4 Administrative note
    LP173388-2 Against medical advice note
    LP173389-0 Agreement
    LP173390-8 Certificate
    LP173391-6 Birth certificate
    LP173392-4 Death certificate
    LP173393-2 Evaluation of mental and physical incapacity certificate
    LP173394-0 Consent
    LP173395-7 Abortion consent
    LP173396-5 Anesthesia consent
    LP173397-3 Hysterectomy consent
    LP267417-6 Long-term opioid therapy for pain consent
    LP173398-1 Organ donation consent
    LP173399-9 Procedure consent
    LP173400-5 Release of information consent
    LP173401-3 Sterilization consent
    LP173402-1 Surgical operation consent
    LP173403-9 Contract
    LP193873-9 Driver license
    LP173404-7 Health insurance card
    LP173405-4 Health insurance-related form
    LP173406-2 Health record cover sheet

    How can I a view of the arborescence of the LOINC documents ?

    #23320
    stephane ibazizene
    Participant

    Sorry, issue with html :

    LP173387-4 Administrative note
    LP173388-2 Against medical advice note
    LP173389-0 Agreement
    LP173390-8 Certificate
    LP173391-6 Birth certificate
    LP173392-4 Death certificate
    LP173393-2 Evaluation of mental and physical incapacity certificate

    LP173394-0 Consent
    LP173395-7 Abortion consent
    LP173396-5 Anesthesia consent
    LP173397-3 Hysterectomy consent
    LP267417-6 Long-term opioid therapy for pain consent
    LP173398-1 Organ donation consent
    LP173399-9 Procedure consent
    LP173400-5 Release of information consent
    LP173401-3 Sterilization consent
    LP173402-1 Surgical operation consent

    LP173403-9 Contract
    LP193873-9 Driver license
    LP173404-7 Health insurance card
    LP173405-4 Health insurance-related form
    LP173406-2 Health record cover sheet

    The bold lines are children of parent line.

    Is that possible to see this arborescence of documents on RELMA ?

    #23327
    john hook
    Moderator

    RELMA does not have a specific view of the document ontology. To see the hierarchy you can search for “class:doc.ontology” and then select the tree view in the search result grid. You should see a hierarchical display as shown in this screen shot.

    #23329
    stephane ibazizene
    Participant

    Hello,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Could you please tell me how to get the lines of a specific method value ?

    For example, I’d like to have all the documents of the Gynecology method value.

    Thanks for your help.

    Regards,

    Stéphane

     

    #23336
    john hook
    Moderator

    RELMA allows you to build complex queries. In this case, I have added the additional keyword “gynecology” to additionally limit the search results.

    Happy LOINCing,

    John

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