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4.4.2.19665 HL7 v3 Value Set ActClassProcedure

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This value set (http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v3-ActClassProcedure) is defined as part of HL7 v3.

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v3-ActClassProcedure
Version:2014-03-26
Name:v3.ActClassProcedure
Title:V3 Value SetActClassProcedure
Definition:

An Act whose immediate and primary outcome (post-condition) is the alteration of the physical condition of the subject. Examples: : Procedures may involve the disruption of some body surface (e.g. an incision in a surgical procedure), but they also include conservative procedures such as reduction of a luxated join, chiropractic treatment, massage, balneotherapy, acupuncture, shiatsu, etc. Outside of clinical medicine, procedures may be such things as alteration of environments (e.g. straightening rivers, draining swamps, building dams) or the repair or change of machinery etc.

OID:2.16.840.1.113883.1.11.19665 (for OID based terminology systems)
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This expansion generated 17 Aug 2019


This value set contains 4 concepts

Expansion based on http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-ActClass version 2018-08-12

All codes from system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-ActClass

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0PROCprocedureAn Act whose immediate and primary outcome (post-condition) is the alteration of the physical condition of the subject. Examples: : Procedures may involve the disruption of some body surface (e.g. an incision in a surgical procedure), but they also include conservative procedures such as reduction of a luxated join, chiropractic treatment, massage, balneotherapy, acupuncture, shiatsu, etc. Outside of clinical medicine, procedures may be such things as alteration of environments (e.g. straightening rivers, draining swamps, building dams) or the repair or change of machinery etc.
1  SBADMsubstance administrationThe act of introducing or otherwise applying a substance to the subject. Discussion: The effect of the substance is typically established on a biochemical basis, however, that is not a requirement. For example, radiotherapy can largely be described in the same way, especially if it is a systemic therapy such as radio-iodine. This class also includes the application of chemical treatments to an area. Examples: Chemotherapy protocol; Drug prescription; Vaccination record
1  SBEXTSubstance ExtractionDescription: The act of removing a substance from the subject.
2    SPECCOLLECTSpecimen CollectionA procedure for obtaining a specimen from a source entity.