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4.4.1.207 Value Set http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/parent-relationship-codes

Patient Care Work Group Maturity Level: 0Informative Use Context: Any

This is a value set defined by the FHIR project.

Summary

Defining URL:http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/parent-relationship-codes
Version:4.6.0
Name:ParentRelationshipCodes
Title:Parent Relationship Codes
Definition:

The value set includes the v3 RoleCode PRN (parent), TWIN (twin) and all of their specializations. It covers the relationships needed to establish genetic pedigree relationships between family members.

Committee:Patient Care Work Group
OID:2.16.840.1.113883.4.642.3.921 (for OID based terminology systems)
Source ResourceXML / JSON

This value set is used in the following places:


This value set includes codes based on the following rules:

 

This expansion generated 11 Aug 2022


This value set contains 27 concepts

Expansion based on RoleCode v2.2.0 (CodeSystem)

All codes in this table are from the system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-RoleCode

CodeDisplayDefinition
  PRN parentThe player of the role is one who begets, gives birth to, or nurtures and raises the scoping entity (child).
  ADOPTP adoptive parentThe player of the role (parent) has taken the scoper (child) into their family through legal means and raises them as his or her own child.
  ADOPTF adoptive fatherThe player of the role (father) is a male who has taken the scoper (child) into their family through legal means and raises them as his own child.
  ADOPTM adoptive motherThe player of the role (father) is a female who has taken the scoper (child) into their family through legal means and raises them as her own child.
  FTH fatherThe player of the role is a male who begets or raises or nurtures the scoping entity (child).
  FTHFOST foster fatherThe player of the role (parent) who is a male state-certified caregiver responsible for the scoper (child) who has been placed in the parent's care. The placement of the child is usually arranged through the government or a social-service agency, and temporary. The state, via a jurisdiction recognized child protection agency, stands as in loco parentis to the child, making all legal decisions while the foster parent is responsible for the day-to-day care of the specified child.
  NFTH natural fatherThe player of the role is a male who begets the scoping entity (child).
  NFTHF natural father of fetusIndicates the biologic male parent of a fetus.
  STPFTH stepfatherThe player of the role is the husband of scoping person's mother and not the scoping person's natural father.
  MTH motherThe player of the role is a female who conceives, gives birth to, or raises and nurtures the scoping entity (child).
  GESTM gestational motherThe player is a female whose womb carries the fetus of the scoper. Generally used when the gestational mother and natural mother are not the same.
  MTHFOST foster motherThe player of the role (parent) who is a female state-certified caregiver responsible for the scoper (child) who has been placed in the parent's care. The placement of the child is usually arranged through the government or a social-service agency, and temporary. The state, via a jurisdiction recognized child protection agency, stands as in loco parentis to the child, making all legal decisions while the foster parent is responsible for the day-to-day care of the specified child.
  NMTH natural motherThe player of the role is a female who conceives or gives birth to the scoping entity (child).
  NMTHF natural mother of fetusThe player is the biologic female parent of the scoping fetus.
  STPMTH stepmotherThe player of the role is the wife of scoping person's father and not the scoping person's natural mother.
  NPRN natural parent
  PRNFOST foster parentThe player of the role (parent) who is a state-certified caregiver responsible for the scoper (child) who has been placed in the parent's care. The placement of the child is usually arranged through the government or a social-service agency, and temporary. The state, via a jurisdiction recognized child protection agency, stands as in loco parentis to the child, making all legal decisions while the foster parent is responsible for the day-to-day care of the specified child.
  STPPRN step parentThe player of the role is the spouse of the scoping person's parent and not the scoping person's natural parent.
  TWIN twinThe scoper and player were carried in the same womb and shared common biological parents.
  TWINBRO twin brotherThe scoper was carried in the same womb as the male player and shares common biological parents.
  FTWINBRO fraternal twin brotherThe scoper was carried in the same womb as the male player and shares common biological parents but is the product of a distinct egg/sperm pair.
  ITWINBRO identical twin brotherThe male scoper is an offspring of the same egg-sperm pair as the male player.
  TWINSIS twin sisterThe scoper was carried in the same womb as the female player and shares common biological parents.
  FTWINSIS fraternal twin sisterThe scoper was carried in the same womb as the female player and shares common biological parents but is the product of a distinct egg/sperm pair.
  ITWINSIS identical twin sisterThe female scoper is an offspring of the same egg-sperm pair as the female player.
  FTWIN fraternal twinThe scoper and player were carried in the same womb and share common biological parents but are the product of distinct egg/sperm pairs.
  ITWIN identical twinThe scoper and player are offspring of the same egg-sperm pair.

 

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