65395-6  Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck [PhenX]Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck [PhenX]Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck: Find: Pt: ^Patient: Ord: PhenX  

NAME
  Fully Specified Name: 
Component   Property   Time   System   Scale   Method
Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck  Find  Pt  ^Patient  Ord  PhenX
  Long Common Name:  Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck [PhenX]
  Short Name:  Hospitalized head injury PhenX

TERM DEFINITION/DESCRIPTION(S)
  Think about any childhood injuries you remember or were told about.
 
 

BASIC ATTRIBUTES
  Class/Type: PHENX/Clinical
  First Released in Version: 2.36
  Last Updated in Version: 2.65
  Status: Trial – caution, may change.
Change Reason: Updated the PhenX ID from "PhenX." to "PX" in Survey Question Source field to align with the variable identifier used in the PhenX Toolkit.

NORMATIVE ANSWER LIST    (LL361-7)  
 
Source: Regenstrief Institute
  SEQ#        Answer        Answer ID    
  1       Yes
http://snomed.info/sct ©: 373066001 Yes (qualifier value)    
  LA33-6  
  2       No
http://snomed.info/sct ©: 373067005 No (qualifier value)    
  LA32-8  

SURVEY QUESTION
Text: Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck?
Source: PX130601010000

MEMBER OF THESE PANELS     
  This section provides information about panels that contain this LOINC code.
  LOINC   Long Common Name  
  62755-4 PhenX domain - Neurology
  

PARTS

Part Type    Part No.  Part Name   
Component   LP119053-9  Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck 
Property   LP6813-2  Find   [Finding] 
Time   LP6960-1  Pt   [Point in time (spot)] 
Super System   LP6985-8  Patient 
Scale   LP7751-3  Ord 
Method   LP95333-8  PhenX 
Fragments for synonyms   LP267481-2  Injury 

LANGUAGE VARIANTS
  Chinese (CHINA)  (From: Regenstrief-generated full translation based on part translation provided by Lin Zhang, A LOINC volunteer from China)
 
  您是否曾经在自己的头部或颈部受伤之后接受过住院治疗或在某个急诊室接受过治疗处理:发现:时间点:^患者:序数型:PhenX您是否曾经在自己的头部或颈部受伤之后接受过住院治疗或在某个急诊室接受过治疗处理:发现:时间点:^患者:序数型:PhenX
  Russian (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)  (From: Regenstrief-generated full translation based on part translation provided by Yaroslavl State Medical Academy)
 
  Вас когда-либо госпитализировали или лечили в отделении экстренной помощи после травмы головы или шеи:Находка:ТчкВрм:^Пациент:Пор:PhenXВас когда-либо госпитализировали или лечили в отделении экстренной помощи после травмы головы или шеи:Находка:ТчкВрм:^Пациент:Пор:PhenX

RELATED NAMES
  Finding Point in time Random
  Findings QL Screen
  Hospitalized head injury Qual Ulcer
  Ordinal Qualitative  

RELATED CODES
Code System Code Code Text Code Version
   https://www.phenxtoolkit.org   PX130601010000   PX130601_Hospitalized_Head_Injury   

CHANGE HISTORY
  Change Type: MIN

INTERNAL FIELDS
  Detail Page Created On: 6/26/2019 3:46:38 PM
  Attachment Units Required: N
  Long Common Name: Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck [PhenX]
  Shortname: Hospitalized head injury PhenX
  Fully Specified Name: Have you ever been hospitalized or treated in an emergency room following an injury to your head or neck: Find: Pt: ^Patient: Ord: PhenX
     
  Component Word Count: 19
  ID: 60919
  Status (Raw): TRIAL

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