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10.3 observationMedia

Template ID

1.3.6.1.4.1.19376.​1.4.1.4.7

Name

observation​Media Entry

Effective Date

2011-07

Version Label

IHECIRC-TI

Status

Active

Description

The observationMedia Entry provides an in-line graphic depiction of the section findings. It is referenced by a <renderMultiMedia> element in the section text. Typical uses are for graphic representation of findings (e.g., arterial tree diagrams) or in-line representations of key images.

Classification

CDA Entry Level

Relationships

Context

parent node

Open/Closed

Open

Revision History

From IHE Cardiac Imaging Report Content Profile Supplement for Trial Implementation

Business Name

Nest Level

Element/​Attribute

Card

Elem/Attr Conf

Data Type

Value Conf

Value

Subsidiary Template

Graphic[*]

observation​Media

1..1

SHALL

@

class​Code

1..1

SHALL

CS

OBS

@

mood​Code

1..1

SHALL

CS

EVN

*

@

@ID

1..1

SHALL

XML ID

[See 5.3.4 XML ID]

>

template​Id

1..1

SHALL

II

>@

@root

1..1

SHALL

UID

SHALL

1.3.6.1.4.1.19376.​1.4.1.4.7

>

id

1..1

SHALL

II

Image

>

value

1..1

SHALL

ED

>@

@representation

1..1

SHALL

CS

SHALL

B64

Media​Type

>@

@mediaType

1..1

SHALL

CS

SHALL

CNE

STATIC

ValueSet ImageMediaType Value Set 2.16.840.1.113883.11.14839

Image​URI

>>

reference

0..1

MAY

TEL

10.3.1 observationMedia/@ID and Related Narrative Block Markup

The ObservationMedia entry SHALL include an XML ID attribute (not to be confused with the id element of the act class) used as a target of a<renderMultiMedia> element in the section/text narrative block of the parent section. See Section 9.1.1.3.

Example 10.3-1. Observation Media activity example

<observationMedia classCode="SBADM" moodCode="EVN" ID="obsMedia-1">
    <templateId root="1.3.6.1.4.1.19376.1.4.1.4.7"/>
    <id root="1.2.840.19432234.2342342.23232232"/>
    <value representation="B64" mediaType="image/jpeg">
        Bgd3fsET4g...
    </value>
</observationMedia>

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