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11000036103: Adverse reaction type reference set (foundation metadata concept)


Status: current, Primitive. Date: 31-May 2012. Module: SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

Descriptions:

Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
71000036113 Adverse reaction type reference set en Synonym Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension Australian dialect reference set: Preferred
81000036110 Adverse reaction type reference set (foundation metadata concept) en Fully specified name Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension
4350791000168116 <p>Supports the recording of the type of adverse reaction experienced, as determined by the clinician.</p><p>This reference set can be used within implementations of the <em>Adverse Reaction DCM</em>&nbsp;(<em>Adverse Reaction Detailed Clinical Model Specification</em>. Sydney: NEHTA; 2015. v3.2.).</p><p><b>Target client: </b>This reference set is developed for those who are implementing the <em>Adverse Reaction DCM</em>.</p> en Definition Active Case sensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

13 members. Search Members:

Expanded Value Set


Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
Adverse reaction type reference set Is a Attribute value type false Inferred relationship Some
Adverse reaction type reference set Has licence SNOMED CT-AU licence​ true Inferred relationship Some 1470196069
Adverse reaction type reference set Developed by Australian Digital Health Agency true Inferred relationship Some 721235544
Adverse reaction type reference set Is a Simple type reference set true Inferred relationship Some
Adverse reaction type reference set Is a Reference sets for Adverse reactions true Inferred relationship Some

Members
Adverse reaction
Allergic reaction
Hypersensitivity reaction type IV
Medicine interaction
Drug interaction with drug
Drug interaction with food
Hypersensitivity reaction type II
Hypersensitivity reaction type III
Food intolerance
Medicine side effects present
Toxicity
Non-allergic reaction
Hypersensitivity reaction type I

Reference Sets

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