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PHVS_VaccinesAdministeredCVX_CDC_NIP

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v2-0292
Version:2.0.0
Name:PHVSVaccinesAdministeredCVXCDCNIP
Status:Active
Title:PHVS_VaccinesAdministeredCVX_CDC_NIP
Definition:

Value Set of codes that specify the administered vaccines. The values are maintained by the US Centers of Disease Control.. The code system is maintained by the CDC, and may be found at URL; https://phinvads.cdc.gov/vads/ViewCodeSystem.action?id=2.1

Publisher:HL7, Inc
OID:2.16.840.1.114222.4.11.934 (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 124 concepts

Warning: this expansion is generated from a fragment of the code system PH_VaccinesAdministeredCVX_CDC_NIP and may be missing codes, or include codes that are not valid

Expansion based on PH_VaccinesAdministeredCVX_CDC_NIP v2.ext.0 (CodeSystem)

All codes from system http://hl7.org/fhir/sid/cvx

CodeDisplayDefinition
54adenovirus, type 4adenovirus, type 4
55adenovirus, type 7adenovirus, type 7
82adenovirus, NOS1adenovirus, NOS1
24anthraxanthrax
19BCGBCG
27botulinum antitoxinbotulinum antitoxin
26choleracholera
29CMVIGCMVIG
56dengue feverdengue fever
12diphtheria antitoxindiphtheria antitoxin
28DT (pediatric)DT (pediatric)
20DTaPDTaP
106DTaP, 5 pertussis antigens6DTaP, 5 pertussis antigens6
107DTaP, NOSDTaP, NOS
110DTaP-Hep B-IPVDTaP-Hep B-IPV
50DTaP-HibDTaP-Hib
120DTaP-Hib-IPVDTaP-Hib-IPV
01DTPDTP
22DTP-HibDTP-Hib
102DTP-Hib-Hep BDTP-Hib-Hep B
57hantavirushantavirus
52Hep A, adultHep A, adult
83Hep A, ped/adol, 2 doseHep A, ped/adol, 2 dose
84Hep A, ped/adol, 3 doseHep A, ped/adol, 3 dose
31Hep A, pediatric, NOSHep A, pediatric, NOS
85Hep A, NOSHep A, NOS
104Hep A-Hep BHep A-Hep B
30HBIGHBIG
08Hep B, adolescent or pediatricHep B, adolescent or pediatric
42Hep B, adolescent/high risk infant2Hep B, adolescent/high risk infant2
43Hep B, adult4Hep B, adult4
44Hep B, dialysisHep B, dialysis
45Hep B, NOSHep B, NOS
58Hep CHep C
59Hep EHep E
60herpes simplex 2herpes simplex 2
46Hib (PRP-D)Hib (PRP-D)
47Hib (HbOC)Hib (HbOC)
48Hib (PRP-T)Hib (PRP-T)
49Hib (PRP-OMP)Hib (PRP-OMP)
17Hib, NOSHib, NOS
51Hib-Hep BHib-Hep B
61HIVHIV
118HPV, bivalentHPV, bivalent
62HPV, quadrivalentHPV, quadrivalent
86IGIG
87IGIVIGIV
14IG, NOSIG, NOS
111influenza, live, intranasalinfluenza, live, intranasal
15influenza, split (incl. purified surface antigen)influenza, split (incl. purified surface antigen)
16influenza, wholeinfluenza, whole
88influenza, NOSinfluenza, NOS
10IPVIPV
02OPVOPV
89polio, NOSpolio, NOS
39Japanese encephalitisJapanese encephalitis
63Junin virusJunin virus
64leishmaniasisleishmaniasis
65leprosyleprosy
66Lyme diseaseLyme disease
03MMRMMR
04M/RM/R
94MMRVMMRV
67malariamalaria
05measlesmeasles
68melanomamelanoma
32meningococcalmeningococcal
103meningococcal C conjugatemeningococcal C conjugate
114meningococcal A,C,Y,W-135 diphtheria conjugatemeningococcal A,C,Y,W-135 diphtheria conjugate
108meningococcal, NOSmeningococcal, NOS
07mumpsmumps
69parainfluenza-3parainfluenza-3
11pertussispertussis
23plagueplague
33pneumococcalpneumococcal
100pneumococcal conjugatepneumococcal conjugate
109pneumococcal, NOSpneumococcal, NOS
70Q feverQ fever
18rabies, intramuscular injectionrabies, intramuscular injection
40rabies, intradermal injectionrabies, intradermal injection
90rabies, NOSrabies, NOS
72rheumatic feverrheumatic fever
73Rift Valley feverRift Valley fever
34RIGRIG
119rotavirus, monovalentrotavirus, monovalent
122rotavirus, NOS1rotavirus, NOS1
116rotavirus, pentavalentrotavirus, pentavalent
74rotavirus, tetravalentrotavirus, tetravalent
71RSV-IGIVRSV-IGIV
93RSV-MAbRSV-MAb
06rubellarubella
38rubella/mumpsrubella/mumps
76Staphylococcus bacterio lysateStaphylococcus bacterio lysate
113Td (adult)Td (adult)
09Td (adult)Td (adult)
115TdapTdap
35tetanus toxoidtetanus toxoid
112tetanus toxoid, NOStetanus toxoid, NOS
77tick-borne encephalitistick-borne encephalitis
13TIGTIG
95TST-OT tine testTST-OT tine test
96TST-PPD intradermalTST-PPD intradermal
97TST-PPD tine testTST-PPD tine test
98TST, NOSTST, NOS
78tularemia vaccinetularemia vaccine
91typhoid, NOStyphoid, NOS
25typhoid, oraltyphoid, oral
41typhoid, parenteraltyphoid, parenteral
53typhoid, parenteral, AKD (U.S. military)typhoid, parenteral, AKD (U.S. military)
101typhoid, ViCPstyphoid, ViCPs
75vaccinia (smallpox)vaccinia (smallpox)
105vaccinia (smallpox) dilutedvaccinia (smallpox) diluted
79vaccinia immune globulinvaccinia immune globulin
21varicellavaricella
81VEE, inactivatedVEE, inactivated
80VEE, liveVEE, live
92VEE, NOSVEE, NOS
36VZIGVZIG
117VZIG (IND)VZIG (IND)
37yellow feveryellow fever
121zosterzoster
998no vaccine administered5no vaccine administered5
999unknownunknown
99RESERVED - do not use3RESERVED - do not use3

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.