Files > SITE/SPECIMEN

parent
60
name
SITE/SPECIMEN
number
60.01
Fields
#NameLocationTypeDetailsIndexDescription
.01site/specimen0;1POINTER61BProcessing specimen type for each entry in the Lab Collection Sample field. Example: Sodium can be determined on serum and urine. To enter a Site/specimen, a Data name must be entered.
1reference low0;2FREE TEXTThis is the user entered reference low value for this test. If both the low and high are defined it will print in this manner: low : 10 high : 50 If only the low is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: low: 10 If only the low is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: NORMAL If only the high is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: high: 50 If only the high is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: >1000
2reference high0;3FREE TEXTThis is the user entered reference high value for this test. If both the low and high are defined it will print in this manner: low : 10 high : 50 If only the low is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: low: 10 If only the low is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: NORMAL If only the high is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: high: 50 If only the high is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: >1000
3critical low0;4FREE TEXTThis is the user entered critical low value for this test. Used to flag results. If both the low and high are defined it will print in this manner: low : 10 high : 50 If only the low is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: low: 10 If only the low is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: NORMAL If only the high is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: high: 50 If only the high is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: >1000
4critical high0;5FREE TEXTThis is the user entered critical high value of this test. Used to flag results. If both the low and high are defined it will print in this manner: low : 10 high : 50 If only the low is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: low: 10 If only the low is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: NORMAL If only the high is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: high: 50 If only the high is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: >1000
5.5interpretation1;0WORD-PROCESSINGEnter any remark to accompany EVERY test result. These remarks may be edited and formatted with the FileMan text editor. The text may be other range information, special conditions, etc. edited and formatted with the FileMan text editor. The text may be other range information, special conditions, etc.
6units0;7FREE TEXTUNITS represents such things as grams, number of items per cubic millimeter, or microliter.
7type of delta check0;8POINTER62.1Points to DELTA CHECK file.
8delta value0;9FREE TEXTDELTA VALUE is the value that is passed to the Delta Check Code.
9default value0;10FREE TEXTLeave blank or enter the most common (say, >80% of the time) response for the test.
9.2therapeutic low0;11FREE TEXTThis is the low end value of the therapeutic range. Used to flag results. If both the low and high are defined it will print in this manner: low : 10 high : 50 If only the low is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: low: 10 If only the low is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: NORMAL If only the high is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: high: 50 If only the high is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: >1000
9.3therapeutic high0;12FREE TEXTThis is the high end value of the therapeutic range. Used to flag results. If both the low and high are defined it will print in this manner: low : 10 high : 50 If only the low is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: low: 10 If only the low is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: NORMAL If only the high is defined and it is numeric it will print in this manner: high: 50 If only the high is defined and it is alphanumeric it will print in this manner: >1000
10*amis/rcs 14-42;0MULTIPLE60.06No longer used. Will be deleted after this version
13use for reference testing.1;1BOOLEAN0:NO
1:YES
Indicates if the reference ranges and units associated with this specimen type can be used when manually entering results of testing performed at another laboratory.
20foreign computer system4;0MULTIPLE60.2Reserved for future use. Do not use.
95.3loinc code95.3;1POINTER95.3AF This field contains the pointer to the LAB LOINC (#95.3) file.
96specimen cpt3;0MULTIPLE60.196

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