ARCHETYPE Adverse reaction list (openEHR-EHR-COMPOSITION.adverse_reaction_list.v1)

ARCHETYPE IDopenEHR-EHR-COMPOSITION.adverse_reaction_list.v1
ConceptAdverse reaction list
DescriptionA persistent and managed list of adverse reactions experienced by the subject that may influence clinical decision-making and care provision.
UseUse to record a persistent and managed list of all previous adverse reactions (including allergies, hypersensitivities, side effects or intolerances) experienced by the subject or, alternatively, positive statements about known exclusions or actual absence of any information about adverse reactions. This list can also be utilised as a source of up-to-date adverse reaction data for exchange or as the basis for decision support. This list can include three types of archetypes that record the clinical data: - positive statements about the occurrence of actual adverse reactions experienced by the subject during their lifetime are recorded using the EVALUATION.adverse_reaction archetype; OR - a positive statement about the exclusion of any previous known adverse reactions can be recorded using the specific EVALUATION.exclusion-adverse_reaction archetype - for example: "No known adverse reactions"; OR - a positive statement about no information being available - neither known previous adverse reactions nor known exclusions - can be recorded using the EVALUATION.absence archetype. In addition a SECTION archetype can be included as an organiser that will suit local jurisdictions and clinical practice. For example: SECTION.adverse_reaction. In order for this list to be accurate and safe to use as the basis for decision support activities and for exchange, this list should ideally be curated by a clinician responsible for the health record, rather than managed automatically by the clinical system through business rules alone. While it is reasonable for clinically verified adverse reactions to be persisted over time, the same approach does not apply to statements about exclusions or absence. They should only be regarded as valid at that they are recorded. For example recording a statement that the subject is not known to be allergic to penicillin is out-of-date as soon as the clinician gives the subject a dose of penicillin and they react. This archetype is usually managed as a persistent list, however there are situations where the list may be used within episodic care and require additional attributes such as context etc to enable accurate recording. The openEHR reference model currently only allows context to be recorded within Event-based COMPOSITION archetypes. As a result, this archetype has been modelled as an Event, rather than Persistent, COMPOSITION, to allow for flexibility so that some clinical systems can safely manage Adverse Reaction Lists for episodes of care, while others will choose to implement this COMPOSITION to act in a persistent manner.
PurposeTo record a persistent and managed list of all previous adverse reactions experienced by the subject or, alternatively, positive statements about known exclusions or actual absence of any information about adverse reactions; all of which may contribute to or influence clinical decision-making and care provision.
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Copyright© openEHR Foundation
AuthorsAuthor name: Heather Leslie
Organisation: Ocean Informatics
Email: heather.leslie@oceaninformatics.com
Date originally authored: 2013-03-14
Other Details LanguageAuthor name: Heather Leslie
Organisation: Ocean Informatics
Email: heather.leslie@oceaninformatics.com
Date originally authored: 2013-03-14
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Keywordsadverse, reaction, allergy, intolerance, effect, hypersensitivity, side effect
Lifecyclepublished
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Language useden
Citeable Identifier1013.1.1853
Revision Number1.0.0
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Koray Atalag, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Silje Ljosland Bakke, Bergen Hospital Trust, Norway
Sistine Barretto-Daniels, Ocean Informatics, Australia
Rong Chen, Cambio Healthcare Systems, Sweden
Einar Fosse, National Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine, Norway
Heather Grain, Llewelyn Grain Informatics, Australia
Sam Heard, Ocean Informatics, Australia
Lars Karlsen, DIPS ASA, Norway
Shinji Kobayashi, Kyoto University, Japan
Heather Leslie, Ocean Informatics, Australia (Editor)
Ian McNicoll, freshEHR Clinical Informatics, United Kingdom (Editor)
Jussara Rotzsch, UNB, Brazil
Micaela Thierley, Helse Bergen, Norway
John Tore Valand, Helse Bergen, Norway, originalLanguage=en, translators=Spanish (Argentina): Alan March, Hospital Universitario Austral, Buenos Aires, Argentina., Alandmarch@Gmail.Com: alandmarch@gmail.com
Portuguese (Brazil): Vladimir Pizzo, Hospital Sirio Libanes, Brazil, vladimir.pizzo@hsl.org.br
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