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This standard does not necessarily apply to general analytical instruments in an industrial analytical nor research and development setting. A good help the first time aetm a pretty old but working tool from Roche.
This standard specifies the message content for transferring information between a clinical instrument and a computer system.
A separate specification is 13944 from ASTM detailing a standard for low-level data transfer communications. The 2nd link is broken and the rest are not an informative source about the protocol. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
The messages are based on HL7 v2. It looks rather pre-DOS age.
It is intended to document the common conventions required for the interchange of clinical results and patient data between clinical instruments and computer systems.
Email Required, but never shown. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Valentin Heinitz 4, 5 44 It would also be applicable to interfacing instruments in clinical practice settings, such as physicians’ offices, clinics, and ast laboratories.
Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. Some of the work can be found here, but they are in pretty unmature state. Am I missing something about the 3rd link? There are data structures defining all fields of astm Than I’ve writen my own tool and used it.
ValentinHeinitz thanks for the quick response.
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James Wulkan 6 Actually using the 3rd link I’ve implemented the first version of my client. It is applicable to all text oriented clinical instrumentation.
E is the low level communications protocol, and E is the high level protocol. Stay on Page Continue to Compass.