Philipp Daumke

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  • in reply to: PD-L1 TC vs. IC #447980
    Philipp Daumke
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    Hi Swapna,

    thanks a lot for your additional explanations. I’d like to request two new generic LOINC code. Unfortunately, I never requested one before and struggle a bit to fill out the “Requested Terms” sheet. Could you help me with that? My idea would be to have:

    1.
    – Component: PD-L1 (generic, not a specific clone)
    – Property: Find (?)
    – Time: Pt (?)
    – System: Tumor cells
    – Scale: qualitative (?)
    – Method: Immune stain

    2.
    – Component: PD-L1 (generic, not a specific clone)
    – Property: Find (?)
    – Time: Pt (?)
    – System: Immune Cells
    – Scale: qualitative (?)
    – Method: Immune stain

    I imagine this is not entirely correct, so I would be pleased if you could help me requesting the right codes.
    Thanks and all the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: PD-L1 TC vs. IC #447950
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi Pam,

    again, thanks a lot.

    The phrase “PD-L1 tumor cell (TC) staining: LOW POSITIVE, PD-K1 immune cell (IC) staining: POSITIVE” is part of an EHR note and the expectation is to map that to TWO different lab values.

    My lay expectation would be that LOINC distinguishes between PD-L1 measured in tumor cells vs. in immune cells. Is the system axis of LOINC there to represent the “system”, in this case tumor/immune cell?

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: PD-L1 TC vs. IC #447943
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi Pam, hi all,

    first, thanks a lot for your feedback!

    I was checking all the “by clone” components. All of them have “Immune Stain” as a Method, so I wonder whether there is a different method such as “tumor (cell) staining” and other than “immune staining” at all? In other words, I don’t know whether especially the first expression in the phrase “PD-L1 tumor cell (TC) staining: LOW POSITIVE, PD-K1 immune cell (IC) staining: POSITIVE” is covered by any loinc code at all?

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Typo in 34187-5 and 6457-6 ? #16517
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi all,

    25528-1 Y Insulin-like growth factor
    12722-5 Y Insulin-Like growth factor binding protein 1

    like should always be written in small letters?

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Typo in 34187-5 and 6457-6 ? #16516
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi all,

    47862-8 Y Insulin^post meal
    47670-5 Y Insulin^pre-meal

    One may want to hyphenate both or none?

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Typo in 34187-5 and 6457-6 ? #16515
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi all,

    I think, in 14207-5 it should be “DNase B Ab.Streptococcal” instead of “DNAse B Ab.Streptococcal”. This counts also for several other LOINC_NUMS such as 5133-4

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Typo in 34187-5 and 6457-6 ? #16514
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi all,

    there are several terms (15168-8, 15170-4, 15169-6) named “Complement total hemolytic C50”. I’m no expert, does this really exist? I only know “Complement total hemolytic CH50” which ist the LOINC_COMPONENT of several other LOINC terms.

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Typo in 34187-5 and 6457-6 ? #16513
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi all,

    in code 30905-4 . Should it be “Cobalamins^post dose cyanocobalamin+intrinsic factor/Cobalamins^post DOSE cyanocobalamin” instead of “Cobalamins^post dose cyanocobalamin+intrinsic factor/Cobalamins^post cyanocobalamin” ?

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Typo in 34187-5 and 6457-6 ? #16512
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi all,

    in code 52753-1 and several others. Should it be “actual/normal” instead of “actual/Normal”?

    All the best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Typo in 34187-5 and 6457-6 ? #16510
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi,

    should it be “Hemagglutination” instead of “Hemaglutination” in several LCN?

    Best
    Philipp

    in reply to: Definition of abbrevations #16505
    Philipp Daumke
    Participant

    Hi again,

    a second example would be: “1st IRP”. It is nowhere stated that this may be the “First International Reference Preparation” and what this exactly means.

    All the best
    Philipp

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