HL7 Terminology (THO)
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HL7 Terminology (THO), published by HL7 International - Vocabulary Work Group. This is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 3.1.5). This version is based on the current content of https://github.com/HL7/UTG/ and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions

NamingSystem: ICPC2-ICD10 Thesaurus

Official URL: http://terminology.hl7.org/NamingSystem/icpc2-icd10-THSRS Version:
Retired as of 2021-11-09 Responsible: WHO Computable Name: Icpc2Icd10THSRS

A diagnostic Terminology for semi-automatic Double Coding in Electronic Patient Records

The thesaurus is a part of the CD Rom: “ICPC in the Amsterdam Transition Project. Extended Version. IM Okkes, SK Oskam, H. Lamberts. Amsterdam: Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam. Department of Family Medicine”, see also the web site http://www.transitieproject.nl for this application of the thesaurus.

This bilingual (English/Dutch) ICPC2-ICD10 thesaurus is derived from an extended version of the CD-Rom ICPC in the Amsterdam Transition Project, that was published as a companion to ICPC-2-R by Oxford University Press (2005). As was the case with the former thesaurus (published in Dutch in 2003), the content of this new thesaurus may be copied for academic purposes, and be used for teaching and research under the usual referencing conditions. Any other and/or commercial use requires prior permission from the authors, represented by Dr. Inge Okkes (see below).

It is strongly recommended that you first go through the ICPC Tutorial, the Manual and the Glossary, and consider printing them.

Becker, H.W., C. van Boven, S.K. Oskam, I.M. Okkes, W. Hirs, H. Lamberts. ICPC2 - ICD10 Thesaurus, Version March, 2004. Amsterdam: Project “Adaptation ICPC, integration and implementation of ICPC2 and ICD10(-CM).” Department of General Practice, Academic

Summary

Defining URLhttp://terminology.hl7.org/NamingSystem/icpc2-icd10-THSRS
NameIcpc2Icd10THSRS
Statusretired
Definition

A diagnostic Terminology for semi-automatic Double Coding in Electronic Patient Records

The thesaurus is a part of the CD Rom: "ICPC in the Amsterdam Transition Project. Extended Version. IM Okkes, SK Oskam, H. Lamberts. Amsterdam: Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam. Department of Family Medicine", see also the web site http://www.transitieproject.nl for this application of the thesaurus.

This bilingual (English/Dutch) ICPC2-ICD10 thesaurus is derived from an extended version of the CD-Rom ICPC in the Amsterdam Transition Project, that was published as a companion to ICPC-2-R by Oxford University Press (2005). As was the case with the former thesaurus (published in Dutch in 2003), the content of this new thesaurus may be copied for academic purposes, and be used for teaching and research under the usual referencing conditions. Any other and/or commercial use requires prior permission from the authors, represented by Dr. Inge Okkes (see below).

It is strongly recommended that you first go through the ICPC Tutorial, the Manual and the Glossary, and consider printing them.

Becker, H.W., C. van Boven, S.K. Oskam, I.M. Okkes, W. Hirs, H. Lamberts. ICPC2 - ICD10 Thesaurus, Version March, 2004. Amsterdam: Project "Adaptation ICPC, integration and implementation of ICPC2 and ICD10(-CM)." Department of General Practice, Academic

PublisherWHO

Identifiers

TypeValuePreferred
OID2.16.840.1.113883.6.142true
URIhttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/icpc2-icd10-THSRStrue

History

DateActionAuthorCustodianComment
2021-11-09reviseReuben DanielsHTACode System Identification Record being retired;UP-251
2020-10-09reviseReuben DanielsVocabulary WGFixed title extension URL to be consistent with latest Publisher