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  1. FHIR Specification Feedback
  2. FHIR-30779

Why are there separate codes for USCoreVitalSigns and the Systolic.value and the diastolic value?

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    • US Core (FHIR)
    • 3.1.1
    • Cross-Group Projects
    • BMI Example
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    • 18.81.1
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      assuming that the commenter is referring to the terminology bindings table:

       

      That is is publication issue that represents all the valueset binding for the full resource and not just the differential elements.  It also shows bindings to slicing and I agree it is confusing and will work with publishing to clean it up.  ( and review the underlying structure definitions for whether it may be leading to them )

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      assuming that the commenter is referring to the terminology bindings table:   That is is publication issue that represents all the valueset binding for the full resource and not just the differential elements.  It also shows bindings to slicing and I agree it is confusing and will work with publishing to clean it up.  ( and review the underlying structure definitions for whether it may be leading to them )

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      Question – How can Observation,value and Observation.value:value Quantity both use Value set VitalSignsUnits?

      Untangling the FHIR Core Vital Signs and US Core Vital Signs 
      Exploring linking terminology directly to VSAC 
      Migrating to the new FHIR IG templates publisher

      (Comment 8 - imported by: Jean Duteau)

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