Class Observation.ObservationReferenceRangeComponent

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    ca.uhn.fhir.model.api.IElement, Serializable, org.hl7.fhir.instance.model.api.IBase, org.hl7.fhir.instance.model.api.IBaseBackboneElement, org.hl7.fhir.instance.model.api.IBaseElement, org.hl7.fhir.instance.model.api.IBaseHasExtensions, org.hl7.fhir.instance.model.api.IBaseHasModifierExtensions
    Enclosing class:
    Observation

    public static class Observation.ObservationReferenceRangeComponent
    extends BackboneElement
    implements org.hl7.fhir.instance.model.api.IBaseBackboneElement
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    Serialized Form
    • Field Detail

      • low

        protected SimpleQuantity low
        The value of the low bound of the reference range. The low bound of the reference range endpoint is inclusive of the value (e.g. reference range is >=5 - <=9). If the low bound is omitted, it is assumed to be meaningless (e.g. reference range is <=2.3).
      • high

        protected SimpleQuantity high
        The value of the high bound of the reference range. The high bound of the reference range endpoint is inclusive of the value (e.g. reference range is >=5 - <=9). If the high bound is omitted, it is assumed to be meaningless (e.g. reference range is >= 2.3).
      • type

        protected CodeableConcept type
        Codes to indicate the what part of the targeted reference population it applies to. For example, the normal or therapeutic range.
      • appliesTo

        protected List<CodeableConcept> appliesTo
        Codes to indicate the target population this reference range applies to. For example, a reference range may be based on the normal population or a particular sex or race.
      • age

        protected Range age
        The age at which this reference range is applicable. This is a neonatal age (e.g. number of weeks at term) if the meaning says so.
      • text

        protected StringType text
        Text based reference range in an observation which may be used when a quantitative range is not appropriate for an observation. An example would be a reference value of "Negative" or a list or table of 'normals'.