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852631000168103: Days of the week reference set (foundation metadata concept)


Status: current, Primitive. Date: 30-Nov 2016. Module: SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

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Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
1732831000168116 Days of the week reference set (foundation metadata concept) en Fully specified name Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension
1732841000168113 Days of the week reference set en Synonym Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension Social context foundation reference set
4351551000168112 <p>The Days of the week reference set provides terminology to support the recording of specific days.</p><p>It was developed in response to a requirement to capture the day of the week a clinical intervention may occur. For example the day a medicine is to be administered.</p><p>This reference set can be used:</p><ul><li>Within implementations of the Medication Instruction and Action DCM [10]</li><li>Within any implementation which requires recording specific days of the week.&nbsp;</li></ul><p>Alongside medication terminologies, such as the AMT, to create dose based orders for patient medications.</p><p><b>Target client: </b>This reference set can be used by developers whose vendor systems capture timing of clinical interventions to specific days.</p> en Definition Active Case sensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

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Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
Days of the week reference set Has licence SNOMED CT-AU licence​ true Inferred relationship Some 1634132828
Days of the week reference set Developed by Australian Digital Health Agency true Inferred relationship Some 1911873943
Days of the week reference set Is a Simple type reference set true Inferred relationship Some

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