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Specimen mapping from v2 table 0487 to SNOMED CT (http://hl7.org/fhir/ConceptMap/102)

Mapping from http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v2-0487 to http://snomed.info/id?fhir_vs

DRAFT. Published on Jul 25, 2013 by FHIR project team (original source: LabMCoP) (http://hl7.org/fhir, http://www.phconnect.org/group...).


Source Concept DetailsEquivalenceDestination Concept DetailsComment
Code from v2 Specimen TypeCode from SNOMED CT (all versions)Code from SNOMED CT (all versions)Code from SNOMED CT (all versions)Code from SNOMED CT (all versions)
ACNE (Tissue, Acne)equivalent309068002 (Skin lesion sample)
ACNFLD (Fluid, Acne)equivalent119323008 (Pus specimen)47002008 (Pustule)HL7 term is a historical term. mapped to Pus
AIRS (Air Sample)equivalent446302006 (Air sample)
ALL (Allograft)equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)7970006 (Allograft)
AMP (Amputation)equivalent408654003 (Specimen obtained by amputation)81723002 (Amputation)
ANGI (Catheter Tip, Angio)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
ARTC (Catheter Tip, Arterial)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
ASERU (Serum, Acute)unmatchedpending
ASP (Aspirate)equivalent119295008 (Specimen obtained by aspiration)14766002 (Removal by suction)
ATTE (Environment, Attest)unmatchedTBD
AUTOC (Environmental, Autoclave Capsule)unmatchedTBD
AUTP (Autopsy)unmatchedThis really is not a specimen per se - it is the state of the subject from whom the specimen is collected, so it should be used as a specimen type modifier ONLY!. Often this is indicated with a special medical record number or other notation on the patient. needs to have specimen type (e.g. SPM-4) and source site (SPM.8) and spatial orientation (SPM.9)
BBL (Blood bag)equivalent119304001 (Blood bag specimen)
BCYST (Cyst, Baker's)unmatched32361000 (Popliteal fossa)submitted (PLR155) with parent of 167874004^knee joint synovial fluid (specimen), with specimen source topography 32361000^Popliteal fossa structure (body structure)
BITE (Bite)unmatchedSubmit for new term with parent 119365002
BLEB (Bleb)equivalent309049000 (Lesion sample)339008 (Blister)
BLIST (Blister)equivalent309049000 (Lesion sample)339008 (Blister)
BOIL (Boil)equivalent119295008 (Specimen obtained by aspiration)14766002 (Removal by suction)59843005 (Furuncle)
BON (Bone)equivalent430268003 (Specimen from bone)
BOWL (Bowel contents)unmatchedDon't use this term for human samples - use Stool instead. animal would use small intestinal contents, large intestinal contents
BPU (Blood product unit)equivalent119300005 (Specimen from blood product)
BRN (Burn)equivalent119367005 (Specimen from burn injury)
BRSH (Brush)equivalent258415003 (Biopsy sample)439336003 (Brush biopsy)
BRTH (Breath (use EXHLD))equivalent119336008 (Exhaled air specimen)
BRUS (Brushing)equivalent309176002 (Bronchial brushings sample)80657008 (Bronchoscopy with brush biopsy)
BUB (Bubo)equivalent302795002 (Lymph node aspirate)14766002 (Removal by suction)11585000 (Bubo)
BULLA (Bulla/Bullae)equivalent258482009 (Vesicle fluid sample)339008 (Blister)
BX (Biopsy)equivalent258415003 (Biopsy sample)86273004 (Biopsy)
CALC (Calculus (=Stone))equivalent119350003 (Calculus specimen)
CARBU (Carbuncle)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)41570003 (Carbuncle)
CAT (Catheter)equivalent119311002 (Catheter specimen)
CBITE (Bite, Cat)unmatchedSubmit for new term with parent 119365002
CLIPP (Clippings)equivalent119327009 (Nail specimen)Be more specific use either: 119326000^hair specimen or 119327009^nail specimen
CNJT (Conjunctiva)equivalent119401005 (Specimen from conjunctiva)
CNJT (Conjunctiva)equivalent128160006 (Tissue specimen from conjunctiva)
CNJT (Conjunctiva)equivalent258498002 (Conjunctival swab)
COL (Colostrum)equivalent119329007 (Colostrum specimen)
CONE (Biospy, Cone)equivalent399713008 (Specimen from uterine cervix obtained by cone biopsy)54535009 (Cone biopsy of cervix)71252005 (Uterine cervix)
CSCR (Scratch, Cat)unmatchedsubmit for new term with parent 119365002^Specimen from wound (specimen)
CSERU (Serum, Convalescent)unmatchedpending
CSITE (Catheter Insertion Site)equivalent258507003 (Swab of line insertion site)285570007 (Taking of swab)386144009 (Line insertion site)Prefer to have aspirate of the pus oozing out from cleaned insertion site - if swab is all that can be obtained, then swab after cleaning, otherwise you may get a contaminated specimen and a falsely identified infected central line. Do not just swab the reddened area - that will just collect skin flora
CSMY (Fluid, Cystostomy Tube)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)
CST (Fluid, Cyst)equivalent258453008 (Cyst fluid sample)
CSVR (Blood, Cell Saver)unmatchedTBD - may use blood and SPM-6
CTP (Catheter tip)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
CVPS (Site, CVP)equivalent258507003 (Swab of line insertion site)
CVPT (Catheter Tip, CVP)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)445085009 (Tunneled central venous catheter)TBD in detail
CYN (Nodule, Cystic)equivalent119368000 (Specimen from cyst)27925004 (Nodule)
CYST (Cyst)equivalent119368000 (Specimen from cyst)
DBITE (Bite, Dog)unmatchedSubmit for new term with parent 119365002
DCS (Sputum, Deep Cough)equivalent119335007 (Coughed sputum specimen)
DEC (Ulcer, Decubitus)equivalent258505006 (Skin ulcer swab)
DEION (Environmental, Water (Deionized))unmatchedTBD
DIA (Dialysate)equivalent119360007 (Dialysis fluid specimen)
DISCHG (Discharge)equivalent258439008 (Discharge)
DIV (Diverticulum)equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)31113003 (Diverticulum)
DRN (Drain)equivalent119306004 (Drain device specimen)
DRNG (Drainage, Tube)equivalent258455001 (Drainage fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead: not an acceptable specimen for micro - not specific enough term
DRNGP (Drainage, Penrose)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead
EARW (Ear wax (cerumen))equivalent122580007 (Cerumen specimen)
EBRUSH (Brush, Esophageal)equivalent309210009 (Oesophageal brushings sample)36213007 (Endoscopy and brush biopsy)32849002 (Esophagus)
EEYE (Environmental, Eye Wash)unmatchedTBD
EFF (Environmental, Effluent)unmatchedTBD
EFFUS (Effusion)equivalent258440005 (Effusion sample)
EFOD (Environmental, Food)equivalent119320006 (Food specimen)
EISO (Environmental, Isolette)equivalent258536003 (Incubator swab)
ELT (Electrode)equivalent119314005 (Electrode specimen)
ENVIR (Environmental, Unidentified Substance)equivalent119324002 (Specimen of unknown material)
EOTH (Environmental, Other Substance)unmatchedTBD
ESOI (Environmental, Soil)unmatchedTBD
ESOS (Environmental, Solution (Sterile))unmatchedTBD
ETA (Aspirate, Endotrach)equivalent119307008 (Endotracheal tube specimen)14766002 (Removal by suction)321667001 (Respiratory tract structure)
ETTP (Catheter Tip, Endotracheal)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
ETTUB (Tube, Endotracheal)equivalent119307008 (Endotracheal tube specimen)14766002 (Removal by suction)321667001 (Respiratory tract structure)
EWHI (Environmental, Whirlpool)unmatchedTBD
EXG (Gas, exhaled (=breath))equivalent119336008 (Exhaled air specimen)
EXS (Shunt, External)unmatchedTBD
EXUDTE (Exudate)equivalent258441009 (Exudate sample)
FAW (Environmental, Water (Well))unmatchedTBD
FBLOOD (Blood, Fetal)equivalent119297000 (Blood specimen)303112003 (Fetal period)
FGA (Fluid, Abdomen)equivalent168139001 (Peritoneal fluid sample)83670000 (Peritoneal cavity)
FIST (Fistula)equivalent119370009 (Specimen from fistula)
FLD (Fluid, Other)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)
FLT (Filter)unmatchedTBD
FLU (Fluid, Body unsp)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)
FLUID (Fluid)equivalent258442002 (Fluid sample)
FOLEY (Catheter Tip, Foley)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
FRS (Fluid, Respiratory)equivalent258442002 (Fluid sample)272626006 (Respiratory organ)this term is not specific enough, choose from terms that more accurately describe the specimen
FSCLP (Scalp, Fetal)equivalent309502007 (Fetus specimen)41695006 (Scalp)
FUR (Furuncle)equivalent119295008 (Specimen obtained by aspiration)59843005 (Furuncle)Further describe the sample as tissue or pus. or by the collection method. The term boil is not specific to a body site - need to indicate source site (spm.8). preferred term is Aspirate_Boil
GAS (Gas)equivalent119317003 (Gaseous material specimen)
GASA (Aspirate, Gastric)equivalent168137004 (Gastric aspirate sample)14766002 (Removal by suction)69695003 (Stomach)
GASAN (Antrum, Gastric)equivalent119379005 (Specimen from stomach)66051006 (Pyloric antrum)
GASBR (Brushing, Gastric)equivalent309213006 (Gastric brushings sample)235157009 (Endoscopic brushings of GIT)69695003 (Stomach)
GASD (Drainage, Gastric)equivalent258459007 (Gastric fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)69695003 (Stomach)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead
GAST (Fluid/contents, Gastric)equivalent258459007 (Gastric fluid sample)
GENV (Genital vaginal)equivalent119394009 (Specimen from vagina)
GRAFT (Graft)equivalent440493002 (Graft sample)
GRANU (Granuloma)equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)45647009 (Granuloma)
GROSH (Catheter, Groshong)equivalent119311002 (Catheter specimen)TBD in detail
GSOL (Solution, Gastrostomy)unmatchedTBD
GSPEC (Biopsy, Gastric)equivalent309211008 (Gastric biopsy sample)79121003 (Biopsy of stomach)69695003 (Stomach)
GT (Tube, Gastric)unmatchedTBD
GTUBE (Drainage Tube, Drainage (Gastrostomy))equivalent258459007 (Gastric fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)69695003 (Stomach)127490009 (Gastrostomy route)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead
HBITE (Bite, Human)unmatchedSubmit for new term with parent 119365002
HBLUD (Blood, Autopsy)equivalent119297000 (Blood specimen)303113008 (Postmortem period)
HEMAQ (Catheter Tip, Hemaquit)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
HEMO (Catheter Tip, Hemovac)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
HERNI (Tissue, Herniated)equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)
HEV (Drain, Hemovac)equivalent119306004 (Drain device specimen)
HIC (Catheter, Hickman)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)445085009 (Tunneled central venous catheter)TBD in detail
HYDC (Fluid, Hydrocele)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)55434001 (Hydrocele)
IBITE (Bite, Insect)unmatchedSubmit for new term with parent 119365002
ICYST (Cyst, Inclusion)equivalent309075001 (Skin cyst sample)
IDC (Catheter Tip, Indwelling)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
IHG (Gas, Inhaled)equivalent119337004 (Inhaled gas specimen)
ILEO (Drainage, Ileostomy)equivalent258455001 (Drainage fluid sample)419954003 (Ileostomy route)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead: stool is what is expected, should use stool sample
ILLEG (Source of Specimen Is Illegible)unmatchedTBD
IMP (Implant)equivalent439961009 (Implant submitted as specimen)
INCI (Site, Incision/Surgical)equivalent438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)
INFIL (Infiltrate)unmatchedThis describes a morphologic abnormality, not a sample
INS (Insect)equivalent258614005 (Insect sample)
INTRD (Catheter Tip, Introducer)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
IT (Intubation tube)equivalent119307008 (Endotracheal tube specimen)
IUD (Intrauterine Device)unmatchedpending
IVCAT (Catheter Tip, IV)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)255560000 (Intravenous)TBD in detail
IVFLD (Fluid, IV)equivalent258649003 (Intravenous infusion fluid sample)
IVTIP (Tubing Tip, IV)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)
JEJU (Drainage, Jejunal)equivalent258463000 (Jejunal fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)21306003 (Jejunum)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead: stool is what is expected, should use stool sample
JNTFLD (Fluid, Joint)equivalent119332005 (Synovial fluid specimen)
JP (Drainage, Jackson Pratt)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead
KELOI (Lavage)equivalent440674008 (Wash out specimen)67889009 (Irrigation)
KIDFLD (Fluid, Kidney)equivalent309051001 (Body fluid sample)64033007 (Kidney)
LAVG (Lavage, Bronhial)equivalent258607008 (Bronchoalveolar lavage fluid sample)397394009 (Bronchoalveolar lavage)
LAVGG (Lavage, Gastric)equivalent168138009 (Gastric lavage aspirate sample)173830003 (Irrigation of stomach)69695003 (Stomach)
LAVGP (Lavage, Peritoneal)equivalent440137008 (Specimen obtained by peritoneal lavage)
LAVPG (Lavage, Pre-Bronch)equivalent440674008 (Wash out specimen)67889009 (Irrigation)44567001 (Trachea)
LENS1 (Contact Lens)equivalent440473005 (Contact lens submitted as specimen)
LENS2 (Contact Lens Case)unmatchedTBD
LESN (Lesion)equivalent309049000 (Lesion sample)should be more specific what kind of lesion is observed - be more specific is it a wound, abscess, mass - specify! Ask SNOMED CT to mark it as a grouper term only (309049000)
LIQ (Liquid, Unspecified)equivalent258442002 (Fluid sample)
LIQO (Liquid, Other)unmatchedTBD
LSAC (Fluid, Lumbar Sac)equivalent258450006 (Cerebrospinal fluid sample)303949008 (Lumbar spinal cerebrospinal fluid pathway)The HL7 term is a historical term Mapped to CSF obtained by lumbar puncture
MAHUR (Catheter Tip, Makurkour)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
MASS (Mass)equivalent420548004 (Specimen from mass)4147007 (Mass)
MBLD (Blood, Menstrual)equivalent119345009 (Menstrual blood specimen)
MUCOS (Mucosa)equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)414781009 (Mucous membrane structure)
MUCUS (Mucus)equivalent258483004 (Mucus sample)
NASDR (Drainage, Nasal)equivalent258474009 (Sinus fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)2095001 (Accessory sinus)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead
NEDL (Needle)unmatchedTBD
NEPH (Site, Nephrostomy)equivalent438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)
NGASP (Aspirate, Nasogastric)equivalent302794003 (Nasogastric aspirate)6853008 (Nasogastric tube aspiration)69695003 (Stomach)
NGAST (Drainage, Nasogastric)equivalent258459007 (Gastric fluid sample)122462000 (Drainage)69695003 (Stomach)127492001 (Nasogastric route)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead
NGS (Site, Naso/Gastric)equivalent438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)
NODUL (Nodule(s))unmatchedpending
NSECR (Secretion, Nasal)equivalent168141000 (Nasal fluid sample)
ORH (Other)equivalent123038009 (Specimen)
ORL (Lesion, Oral)unmatched74262004 (Oral cavity)be more precise use ulcer, tumor, vesicle
OTH (Source, Other)equivalent123038009 (Specimen)
PACEM (Pacemaker)unmatchedTBD
PCFL (Fluid, Pericardial)equivalent122571007 (Pericardial fluid specimen)
PDSIT (Site, Peritoneal Dialysis)equivalent438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)
PDTS (Site, Peritoneal Dialysis Tunnel)unmatchedsubmitted for code
PELVA (Abscess, Pelvic)equivalent119371008 (Specimen from abscess)12921003 (Pelvis)
PENIL (Lesion, Penile)unmatched18911002 (Penis)need to know what kind of lesion, so map to: UlcerTissue_penile, VesicleFluid_penile, Wound_penile, Mass tissue_penile, Necrotic tissue_penile, AbscessAspirate_penile, Anything else?
PERIA (Abscess, Perianal)equivalent119371008 (Specimen from abscess)397158004 (Perianal region structure)
PILOC (Cyst, Pilonidal)equivalent119368000 (Specimen from cyst)
PINS (Site, Pin)equivalent438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)
PIS (Site, Pacemaker Insetion)equivalent258507003 (Swab of line insertion site)
PLAN (Plant Material)equivalent119301009 (Plant specimen)
PLAS (Plasma)equivalent119361006 (Plasma specimen)
PLB (Plasma bag)equivalent119305000 (Plasma bag specimen)
PLEVS (Serum, Peak Level)equivalent119364003 (Serum specimen)255587001 (Peak)
PND (Drainage, Penile)equivalent258439008 (Discharge)122462000 (Drainage)13648007 (Urethra)Historical term -though in this case more often used for discharge
POL (Polyps)equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)41329004 (Polyp)
POPGS (Graft Site, Popliteal)equivalent440493002 (Graft sample)6902008 (Popliteal region)
POPLG (Graft, Popliteal)equivalent440493002 (Graft sample)6902008 (Popliteal region)
POPLV (Site, Popliteal Vein)unmatchedTBD
PORTA (Catheter, Porta)equivalent119311002 (Catheter specimen)TBD in detail
PPP (Plasma, Platelet poor)equivalent119362004 (Platelet poor plasma specimen)
PROST (Prosthetic Device)equivalent438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)
PRP (Plasma, Platelet rich)equivalent119363009 (Platelet rich plasma specimen)
PSC (Pseudocyst)equivalent119368000 (Specimen from cyst)
PUNCT (Wound, Puncture)equivalent119365002 (Specimen from wound)129300006 (Puncture - action)
PUS (Pus)equivalent119323008 (Pus specimen)
PUSFR (Pustule)equivalent119323008 (Pus specimen)47002008 (Pustule)
PUST (Pus)equivalent119323008 (Pus specimen)47002008 (Pustule)
QC3 (Quality Control)unmatchedTBD
RANDU (Urine, Random)equivalent278020009 (Spot urine sample)
RBITE (Bite, Reptile)unmatchedSubmit for new term with parent: 119365002
RECT (Drainage, Rectal)equivalent119339001 (Stool specimen)122462000 (Drainage)34402009 (Rectum)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead: stool is what is expected, should use stool sample
RECTA (Abscess, Rectal)equivalent119371008 (Specimen from abscess)34402009 (Rectum)
RENALC (Cyst, Renal)equivalent258420003 (Cyst tissue)64033007 (Kidney)
RENC (Fluid, Renal Cyst)equivalent258453008 (Cyst fluid sample)64033007 (Kidney)
RES (Respiratory)equivalent258603007 (Respiratory sample)
SAL (Saliva)equivalent119342007 (Saliva specimen)
SCAR (Tissue, Keloid (Scar))equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)
SCLV (Catheter Tip, Subclavian)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)9454009 (Subclavian vein)TBD in detail
SCROA (Abscess, Scrotal)equivalent119371008 (Specimen from abscess)20233005 (Scrotum)
SECRE (Secretion(s))equivalent432825001 (Body secretion specimen)
SER (Serum)equivalent119364003 (Serum specimen)
SHU (Site, Shunt)equivalent119295008 (Specimen obtained by aspiration)14766002 (Removal by suction)257351008 (Shunt)Preferred is aspiration with sterile syringe from inflamed area. Specify body location of shunt site
SHUNF (Fluid, Shunt)equivalent446861007 (Cerebrospinal fluid specimen obtained via ventriculoperitoneal shunt)446860008 (Collection of cerebrospinal fluid via ventriculoperitoneal shunt)279107003 (Central nervous system space)
SHUNT (Shunt)unmatchedTBD
SITE (Site)unmatchedTBD
SKBP (Biopsy, Skin)equivalent309066003 (Skin biopsy sample)240977001 (Biopsy of skin)
SKN (Skin)equivalent119325001 (Skin specimen)
SMM (Mass, Sub-Mandibular)equivalent420548004 (Specimen from mass)4147007 (Mass)
SNV (Fluid, synovial (Joint fluid))equivalent119332005 (Synovial fluid specimen)
SPRM (Spermatozoa)equivalent119349003 (Spermatozoa specimen)
SPRP (Catheter Tip, Suprapubic)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
SPRPB (Cathether Tip, Suprapubic)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
SPS (Environmental, Spore Strip)unmatchedTBD
SPT (Sputum)equivalent119334006 (Sputum specimen)
SPTC (Sputum - coughed)equivalent119335007 (Coughed sputum specimen)
SPTT (Sputum - tracheal aspirate)equivalent258609006 (Sputum specimen obtained by aspiration from trachea)
SPUT1 (Sputum, Simulated)unmatchedTBD
SPUTIN (Sputum, Inducted)equivalent258610001 (Sputum specimen obtained by sputum induction)
SPUTSP (Sputum, Spontaneous)equivalent119335007 (Coughed sputum specimen)
STER (Environmental, Sterrad)unmatchedTBD
STL (Stool = Fecal)equivalent119339001 (Stool specimen)
STONE (Stone, Kidney)equivalent119350003 (Calculus specimen)64033007 (Kidney)
SUBMA (Abscess, Submandibular)equivalent119371008 (Specimen from abscess)5713008 (Submandibular triangle)
SUBMX (Abscess, Submaxillary)equivalent119371008 (Specimen from abscess)4335006 (Upper jaw)
SUMP (Drainage, Sump)equivalent446562005 (Body fluid specimen obtained via sump drain)122462000 (Drainage)Historical term - consider what is being drained and indicate that in SPM-4 instead
SUP (Suprapubic Tap)equivalent122575003 (Urine specimen)58088002 (Urine specimen collection, suprapubic)
SUTUR (Suture)unmatchedTBD
SWGZ (Catheter Tip, Swan Gantz)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
TASP (Aspirate, Tracheal)equivalent122877000 (Upper respiratory fluid specimen obtained by tracheal aspiration)129112001 (Aspiration from trachea)44567001 (Trachea)
TISS (Tissue)equivalent119376003 (Tissue specimen)
TISU (Tissue ulcer)equivalent122593002 (Tissue specimen obtained from ulcer)
TLC (Cathether Tip, Triple Lumen)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
TRAC (Site, Tracheostomy)equivalent438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)
TRANS (Transudate)equivalent258538002 (Transudate sample)
TSERU (Serum, Trough)equivalent119364003 (Serum specimen)255588006 (Trough)
TSTES (Abscess, Testicular)equivalent119371008 (Specimen from abscess)279572002 (Testicular structure)
TTRA (Aspirate, Transtracheal)equivalent258480001 (Transtracheal aspirate sample)129112001 (Aspiration from trachea)
TUBES (Tubes)equivalent119310001 (Tube specimen)
TUMOR (Tumor)equivalent258435002 (Tumour tissue)
TZANC (Smear, Tzanck)unmatchedThis is the name of a lab test. A skin sample is examined for viral inclusions.
UDENT (Source, Unidentified)equivalent123038009 (Specimen)
UR (Urine)equivalent122575003 (Urine specimen)
URC (Urine clean catch)equivalent122880004 (Urine specimen obtained by clean catch procedure)
URINB (Urine, Bladder Washings)equivalent122575003 (Urine specimen)78533007 (Irrigation of urinary bladder)
URINC (Urine, Catheterized)equivalent446846006 (Urine specimen obtained via indwelling urinary catheter)
URINM (Urine, Midstream)equivalent258574006 (Mid-stream urine sample)225271002 (Collection of mid-stream specimen of urine)431938005 (Structure of urinary tract proper)
URINN (Urine, Nephrostomy)equivalent446277003 (Urine specimen obtained from nephrostomy tube after percutaneous insertion)225109005 (Collection of nephrostomy urine specimen)25990002 (Renal pelvis)
URINP (Urine, Pedibag)unmatchedTBD
URT (Urine catheter)equivalent122565001 (Urinary catheter specimen)
USCOP (Urine, Cystoscopy)unmatched176178006 (Diagnostic cystoscopy)89837001 (Urinary bladder)NEW specimenTERM 7
USPEC (Source, Unspecified)equivalent123038009 (Specimen)
VASTIP (Catheter Tip, Vas)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
VENT (Catheter Tip, Ventricular)equivalent119312009 (Catheter tip specimen)TBD in detail
VITF (Vitreous Fluid)equivalent258438000 (Vitreous humor sample)
VOM (Vomitus)equivalent122572000 (Vomitus specimen)
WASH (Wash)equivalent440674008 (Wash out specimen)
WASI (Washing, e.g. bronchial washing)equivalent122609004 (Specimen from lung obtained by bronchial washing procedure)
WAT (Water)equivalent119318008 (Water specimen)
WB (Blood, Whole)unmatchedBloodbanking term ONLY now map to blood and the respective preservative
WEN (Wen)equivalent309075001 (Skin cyst sample)
WICK (Wick)unmatchedTBD
WND (Wound)equivalent119365002 (Specimen from wound)
WNDA (Wound abscess)equivalent119366001 (Specimen from wound abscess)
WNDD (Wound drainage)equivalent122566000 (Fluid specimen from wound)122462000 (Drainage)
WNDE (Wound exudate)equivalent122568004 (Exudate specimen from wound)
WORM (Worm)equivalent258618008 (Helminth sample)
WRT (Wart)equivalent309068002 (Skin lesion sample)
WWA (Environmental, Water)equivalent119318008 (Water specimen)
WWO (Environmental, Water (Ocean))unmatchedTBD
WWT (Environmental, Water (Tap))unmatchedTBD
CSITE (Catheter Insertion Site)unmatched386144009 (Line insertion site)14766002 (Removal by suction)119295008 (Specimen obtained by aspiration)Prefer to have aspirate of the pus oozing out from cleaned insertion site - if swab is all that can be obtained, then swab after cleaning, otherwise you may get a contaminated specimen and a falsely identified infected central line. Do not just swab the reddened area - that will just collect skin flora
CLIPP (Clippings)unmatched119326000 (Hair specimen)Be more specific use either: 119326000^hair specimen, or 119327009^nail specimen
SHU (Site, Shunt)unmatched257351008 (Shunt)438660002 (Specimen from prosthetic device)assume swab from shunt site for mapping here - clean surface of skin prior to expressing the shunt site - preferred is aspiration with sterile syringe should use SPM.8 to specify body approximate match location of shunt site

 

 

Примечание к использованию: мы очень стараемся приводить корректные и полезные примеры, но нормативно они не являются частью спецификации.