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32570511000036102: Emergency department reason for presenting reference set (foundation metadata concept)


Status: current, Primitive. Date: 30-Nov 2012. Module: SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

Descriptions:

Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
108643841000036119 Emergency department reason for presenting reference set (foundation metadata concept) en Fully specified name Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension
108643851000036116 Emergency department reason for presenting reference set en Synonym Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension Australian dialect reference set: Preferred
4351041000168116 <p>Terminology to support the recording of presenting problem within Emergency department settings within Australia. It should be used in conjunction with the<em> Emergency department diagnosis in presenting problem reference set</em> and the <em>Emergency department findings in presenting problem reference set</em>.</p><p>This reference set supports the accurate and unambiguous electronic communication and exchange of information between clinicians relating to a patient's presenting problem at the point of triage in an Emergency department.</p><p><b>Target client: </b>Australian Emergency department clinical information implementations.</p> en Definition Active Case sensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

68 members. Search Members:

Expanded Value Set


Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
Emergency department reason for presenting reference set Has licence SNOMED CT-AU licence​ true Inferred relationship Some 527185964
Emergency department reason for presenting reference set Developed by Australian Digital Health Agency true Inferred relationship Some 221774561
Emergency department reason for presenting reference set Is a Emergency department clinical group true Inferred relationship Some
Emergency department reason for presenting reference set Is a Attribute value type false Inferred relationship Some
Emergency department reason for presenting reference set Is a Simple type reference set true Inferred relationship Some

Members
Accidental ingestion
Adjustment of plaster cast
Administration of medicine
Admission for social reasons
Admission to surgical department
Antibiotic prophylaxis
Application of plaster cast
Asphyxiation
Attention to catheter
Attention to gastrostomy
Attention to ileostomy
Attention to nephrostomy tube
Attention to plaster cast
Bacterial meningitis screening
Blood electrolyte measurement
Blood ethanol measurement
Blood test
Change of dressing
Change of plaster cast
Change of prescription
Replacement of tracheostomy tube
Chemotherapy
Colostomy management and care
Consultation
Dental examination
Dispensing of medicine
Dressing change/wound care case management
Drug of abuse screen
Evaluation of test results
Exposure to Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Exposure to COVID-19
Exposure to blood and/or body fluid
Exposure to communicable disease
Exposure to meningitis
Exposure to varicella
ENT: follow-up assessment
Follow-up visit
Gastrostomy/nasogastric tube care management
Hospital admission, infant, for observation, delivered outside of hospital
Hospital admission, mother, for observation, delivered outside of hospital
HIV screening
Incision of vein
Insertion of nasogastric tube
Intravenous antibiotic therapy
Irrigation of ear
Medical examinations/reports
Medicine error
Medicolegal examination
Palliative care
Patient review
Peripherally inserted central catheter care
Preparation of medical certificate
Medicine prescription
X-ray
Removal of intravenous cannula
Removal of plaster cast
Removal of skin sutures/clips
Removal of suture
Removal of urinary catheter
Replacement of catheter
Respite care of patient
Repair of colostomy
Specimen collection
Suprapubic cystostomy
Test request
Tracheostomy care management
Transfusion of blood product
Urostomy management and care

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