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1.0.0 - Publication

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hl7VS-sourceOfSpecimen

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v2-0070
Version:2.0.0
Name:Hl7VSSourceOfSpecimen
Status:Active
Title:hl7VS-sourceOfSpecimen
Definition:

Value Set of codes which specify sources for speciments for clinical testing. These concepts are used in HL7 Version 2.x messaging in the OBR segment prior to version 2.7, and was replaced by the concepts in table 0487 Specimen Type and table

Publisher:HL7, Inc
OID:2.16.840.1.113883.21.31 (for OID based terminology systems)
Copyright:

Copyright HL7. Licensed under creative commons public domain

Source Resource:XML / JSON / Turtle

References

This value set is not used

Content Logical Definition

Logical Definition (CLD)

 

Expansion

This value set contains 137 concepts

Expansion based on specimenSourceCodes v2.6.0 (CodeSystem)

All codes from system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v2-0070

CodeDisplayDefinition
MNAmniotic FluidAmniotic Fluid
OTHOtherOther
TISTissueTissue
ABSAbscessAbscess
AMNAmniotic fluidAmniotic fluid
ASPAspirateAspirate
BPHBasophilsBasophils
ABLDArterial bloodArterial blood
BIFLBile fluidBile fluid
BLDABlood arterialBlood arterial
BBLBlood bagBlood bag
BLDCBlood capillaryBlood capillary
BPUBlood product unitBlood product unit
BLDVBlood venousBlood venous
BONBoneBone
BRTHBreath (use EXHLD)Breath (use EXHLD)
BROBronchialBronchial
BRNBurnBurn
CALCCalculus (=Stone)Calculus (=Stone)
CDMCardiac muscleCardiac muscle
CNLCannulaCannula
CTPCatheter tipCatheter tip
CSFCerebral spinal fluidCerebral spinal fluid
CVMCervical mucusCervical mucus
CVXCervixCervix
COLColostrumColostrum
CBLDCord bloodCord blood
BLDCOCord bloodCord blood
CNJTConjunctivaConjunctiva
CURCurettageCurettage
CYSTCystCyst
DIAFDialysis fluidDialysis fluid
DOSEDose med or substanceDose med or substance
DRNDrainDrain
DUFLDuodenal fluidDuodenal fluid
EAREarEar
EARWEar wax (cerumen)Ear wax (cerumen)
ELTElectrodeElectrode
ENDCEndocardiumEndocardium
ENDMEndometriumEndometrium
EOSEosinophilsEosinophils
RBCErythrocytesErythrocytes
EYEEyeEye
EXHLDExhaled gas (=breath)Exhaled gas (=breath)
EXGExhaled gas (=breath)Exhaled gas (=breath)
FIBFibroblastsFibroblasts
FLTFilterFilter
FISTFistulaFistula
FLUBody fluid, unspBody fluid, unsp
GASGasGas
GASTGastric fluid/contentsGastric fluid/contents
GENGenitalGenital
GENCGenital cervixGenital cervix
GENLGenital lochiaGenital lochia
GENVGenital vaginalGenital vaginal
HARHairHair
IHGInhaled GasInhaled Gas
ITIntubation tubeIntubation tube
ISLTIsolateIsolate
LAMLamellaLamella
WBCLeukocytesLeukocytes
LNLineLine
LNALine arterialLine arterial
PERPeritoneumPeritoneum
LNVLine venousLine venous
LIQLiquid NOSLiquid NOS
LYMLymphocytesLymphocytes
MACMacrophagesMacrophages
MARMarrowMarrow
MECMeconiumMeconium
MBLDMenstrual bloodMenstrual blood
MLKMilkMilk
MILKBreast milkBreast milk
NAILNailNail
NOSNose (nasal passage)Nose (nasal passage)
ORHOtherOther
PAFLPancreatic fluidPancreatic fluid
PATPatientPatient
PRTPeritoneal fluid /ascitesPeritoneal fluid /ascites
PLCPlacentaPlacenta
PLASPlasmaPlasma
PLBPlasma bagPlasma bag
PLRPleural fluid (thoracentesis fld)Pleural fluid (thoracentesis fld)
PMNPolymorphonuclear neutrophilsPolymorphonuclear neutrophils
PPPPlatelet poor plasmaPlatelet poor plasma
PRPPlatelet rich plasmaPlatelet rich plasma
PUSPusPus
TISBTissue bone marrowTissue bone marrow
RTRoute of medicineRoute of medicine
SALSalivaSaliva
SEMSeminal fluidSeminal fluid
TISLTissue lungTissue lung
SMNSeminal fluidSeminal fluid
SERSerumSerum
TISPTissue peritoneumTissue peritoneum
SKNSkinSkin
SKMSkeletal muscleSkeletal muscle
TISCTissue curettageTissue curettage
SPRMSpermatozoaSpermatozoa
SPTSputumSputum
SPTCSputum - coughedSputum - coughed
SPTTSputum - tracheal aspirateSputum - tracheal aspirate
STONStone (use CALC)Stone (use CALC)
STLStool = FecalStool = Fecal
SWTSweatSweat
SNVSynovial fluid (Joint fluid)Synovial fluid (Joint fluid)
TEARTearsTears
THRTThroatThroat
THRBThrombocyte (platelet)Thrombocyte (platelet)
TISSTissueTissue
TISGTissue gall bladderTissue gall bladder
TLGITissue large intestineTissue large intestine
TLNGTissue lungTissue lung
TISPLTissue placentaTissue placenta
TSMITissue small intestineTissue small intestine
TISUTissue ulcerTissue ulcer
TUBTube NOSTube NOS
ULCUlcerUlcer
UMBUmbilical bloodUmbilical blood
UMEDUnknown medicineUnknown medicine
URTHUrethraUrethra
URUrineUrine
URCUrine clean catchUrine clean catch
URTUrine catheterUrine catheter
URNSUrine sedimentUrine sediment
USUBUnknown substanceUnknown substance
VITFVitreous FluidVitreous Fluid
VOMVomitusVomitus
BLDWhole bloodWhole blood
BDYWhole bodyWhole body
WATWaterWater
WICKWickWick
WNDWoundWound
WNDAWound abscessWound abscess
WNDEWound exudateWound exudate
WNDDWound drainageWound drainage
XXXTo be specified in another part of the messageTo be specified in another part of the message

Explanation of the columns that may appear on this page:

Level A few code lists that FHIR defines are hierarchical - each code is assigned a level. In this scheme, some codes are under other codes, and imply that the code they are under also applies
Source The source of the definition of the code (when the value set draws in codes defined elsewhere)
Code The code (used as the code in the resource instance)
Display The display (used in the display element of a Coding). If there is no display, implementers should not simply display the code, but map the concept into their application
Definition An explanation of the meaning of the concept
Comments Additional notes about how to use the code

History

DateActionCustodianAuthorComment
2020-05-06reviseVocabulary WGTed KleinMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.