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    • Type: Change Request
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: Release 1.0.1
    • Component/s: openehr.rm.data_types
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    • Change Description:
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      Changes made:
      - add an attribute 'normal_range' of type DV_INTERVAL to DV_ORDERED
      - rename the 'reference_ranges' attribute to 'other_reference_ranges'
        to make it clear this does not include the normal_range.
      - correct DV_ORDERED invariants to reflect these attribute definitions

      In the XML ITS, the is_normal function can be made an attribute,
      allowing data to be quickly scanned for is_normal = False (i.e.
      find abnormal values quickly).
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      Changes made: - add an attribute 'normal_range' of type DV_INTERVAL to DV_ORDERED - rename the 'reference_ranges' attribute to 'other_reference_ranges'   to make it clear this does not include the normal_range. - correct DV_ORDERED invariants to reflect these attribute definitions In the XML ITS, the is_normal function can be made an attribute, allowing data to be quickly scanned for is_normal = False (i.e. find abnormal values quickly).
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      ARB

      Description

      In the class DV_ORDERED, there is a set of reference ranges each of whose
      purpose is identified by a DV_TEXT. If there are any ranges at all, one of
      these is usually labelled "normal". The problem with this is that it is too
      unreliable, and also language-dependent, yet there is a very strong
      requirement to be able to find unequivocally the normal range (and
      most frequently, it is the only one, as with most path results).

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            • Assignee:
              OLDthomasbeale OLDthomasbeale
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              OLDsamheard (Sam Heard) inactive (Inactive)
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