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  • in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24518
    pavan vyas
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    ABG pO2 was performed 2 time on one day then we give two code of ABG pO2 or one code ??

    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24503
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    what is different between SI units and traditional units in lab ??

    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24490
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    Sodium 136, potassium 4.6, how we code this lab data??

    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24439
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    CBC WO diff Bld panel there is 10 test so if CBC WO diff Bld panel was performed so we code CBC WO diff Bld panel or code 10 test separately And what if only 7 test was performed in CBC WO diff Bld panel so how we code this.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by pavan vyas. Reason: no
    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24417
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    (https://loinc.org/download/relma-manual/

    page-71 what is lab section meaning given in table ?? please given some detail about this.

    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24415
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    https://loinc.org/download/relma-manual/

    page-71 what is lab section meaning   given in table ?? please explain in detail.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by pavan vyas. Reason: no
    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24234
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    when we import lab data in relma and then we process terms in Lab Auto Mapper after complete this we go to map to result in that we start maping. the relma show the accurate  loinc code.

    For example : In Local lab data there is lab test Leukocytes bld  x 1000/ul . we import this in relma and then we open Lab Auto Mapper in that we process terms after this we go to map to result in that relma suggest loinc code 26464-8 Leukocytes [#/​volume] in Blood which is exact code.

     

    so my question is that how relma software show such accurate result or suggestion to us. what is approach or logic behind this? how the relma software is able to give such a  accurate out come. if there is any information regards this please give and any paper or websites about this  software please give in attachment.

     

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by pavan vyas. Reason: no
    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24182
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    can you give an example of default loinc code ??

    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24177
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    is there any default code in loinc and how should it given and when

    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24174
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    Glucose-124 how we code this ??

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by pavan vyas. Reason: no
    in reply to: Point of care testing (POCT) #24162
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    what if only test name is given with result for example only  glucose-positive is given. so how we map these test without any system,scale,unit  etc

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    in reply to: Getting started with LOINC #24159
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    what if only test name is given with result for example only  glucose-positive is given. so how we map these test without any system,scale,unit  etc.

     

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by pavan vyas.
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