D0200E2
Property | Specification |
Data System | MDS |
Data Specs | V1.14.1 |
Description | PHQ res: poor appetite or overeating - frequency |
Group | Asmt |
Type | Code |
Length | 1 |
Fixed Start-End | 553-553 |
Version Notes |
Item Subsets | |
Active | NC,NQ,NP,NSD,NO,NOD,ND,SP,SSD,SO,SOD,SD |
Inactive | NS,NT,SS,ST,XX |
State optional |
Item Values | ||
Value | LOINC | Text |
0 | Never or 1 day | |
1 | 2-6 days (several days) | |
2 | 7-11 days (half or more of the days) | |
3 | 12-14 days (nearly every day) | |
- | Not assessed/no information | |
^ | Blank (skip pattern) |
Item Edits | |||
Edit ID | Type | Severity | Edit Text |
-3676 | Format | Fatal |
Values of Code and Checklist Items: Only the coded values listed in the "Item Values" table of the Detailed Data Specifications Report may be submitted for this item. |
-3712 | Consistency | Fatal |
a) If D0200E1 is equal to [0], then D0200E2 must be equal to [0, -]. b) If D0200E1 is equal to [1], then D0200E2 must be equal to [0,1,2,3,-]. c) If D0200E1 is equal to [9], then D0200E2 must be skipped (must be equal to [^]). d) If D0200E1 is equal to [-], then D0200E2 must be equal to [-]. |
-3587 | Consistency | Fatal |
D0300 must equal the sum of the values of the following nine items: D0200A2, D0200B2, D0200C2, D0200D2, D0200E2, D0200F2, D0200G2, D0200H2, D0200I2. These are referred to as the "items in Column 2", below. The following rules describe the computation of the sum that is placed in D0300. Note that these rules apply only if D0100=[1]. If D0100=[0,-,^], then Edit -3703 applies instead. These rules consider the "number of missing items in Column 2" which is the number of items in Column 2 that are equal to [-] or that are skipped and are therefore equal to [^]. a) If all of the items in Column 2 have valid values [0,1,2,3], then D0300 must equal the simple sum of those values. b) If any of the items in Column 2 are equal to [-,^], then count their values as zero in computing the sum. c) If the number of missing items in Column 2 (as defined above) is equal to one, then compute the simple sum of the eight items in Column 2 that have valid values, multiply the sum by 9/8 (1.125), and place the result rounded to the nearest integer in D0300 (see edit -9013 for rounding rules). d) If the number of missing items in Column 2 (as defined above) is equal to two, then compute the simple sum of the seven items in Column 2 that have valid values, multiply the sum by 9/7 (1.286), and place the result rounded to the nearest integer in D0300 (see edit -9013 for rounding rules). e) If the number of missing items in Column 2 (as defined above) is equal to three or more and at least one of the items in Column 2 is not equal to [-], then D0300 must equal [99]. f) If all of the items in Column 2 are equal to [-], then D0300 must equal [-]. The MDS Submission System will recalculate the value in D0300. If the recalculated value differs from the submitted value, a fatal error message will be issued and the record will be rejected. |
-3836 | Consistency | Fatal | If B0100=[0,-] and A0310G=[2] and A0310A=[99] and A0310B=[99], then all active items from D0100 through D0650 must equal [^]. |
-3609 | Skip pattern | Fatal | If B0100=[1], then all active items from B0200 through F0800Z must equal [^]. |
-3703 | Skip pattern | Fatal |
a) If D0100=[0,^], then all active items from D0200A1 through D0300 must equal [^]. b) If D0100=[-], then all active items from D0200A1 through D0300 must equal [-]. |
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Generated: 05/08/2014
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