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Amino acidemias newborn screen interpretation - Analyte/Measurement Details

Names and Codes

LOINC® Long Common Name:1Amino acidemias newborn screen interpretation
LOINC Number:246733-2

Answer List

The results of the measurement are expressed using the following answer list.

LOINC
Answer
ID3
Answer Text4
LA18592-8In range
LA4259-3Borderline
LA11884-6Indeterminate
LA18593-6Out of range
LA12430-7Out of range requiring further dried blood spot testing for at least one condition
LA25817-0Out of range requiring immediate referral
LA12431-5Out of range requiring immediate second-tier testing for at least one condition
LA18594-4Out of range requiring deferred follow-up for at least one condition
LA16204-2One or more tests pending
LA16205-9Specimen unsatisfactory for at least one condition

Conditions

(No conditions are associated with the measurement.)

Legend

1

LOINC Long Common Name — derived by the Logical Observation Identifiers Names and CodesExternal Web Site Policy (LOINC®) Committee from the measurement's formal name by using conventional names for analytes and procedures. The long common name eliminates the parts of the formal name that are not needed to distinguish the test from related tests.

2

LOINC Number — the unique and permanent code assigned by the Logical Observation Identifiers Names and CodesExternal Web Site Policy (LOINC®) Committee to identify the test measurement. LOINC codes are unique for different test methods and different units of reporting to enable interoperability and comparison of results from different labs. LOINC is a U.S. government standard for electronic health information exchange of laboratory tests and other measurements in Interoperability Specifications produced by the Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP).

3

LOINC answer ID — a code that identifies the specific answer choice for an analyte that has a fixed set of results.

4

Answer text — the specific answer choice for an analyte that has a fixed set of results.

Record created: September 14, 2009
Record last updated: January 19, 2016