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Table 4 Template file of openEHR-EHR-OBSERVATION.lab_test-full_blood_count.v1

From: Archetype relational mapping - a practical openEHR persistence solution

<eav name = “openEHR-EHR-OBSERVATION.lab_test-general.v1” > </eav>
<eavAttributeName name = “[White cell count]” set = “en”>
 [Test item]/value/value
</eavAttributeName>
<eavAttributeField name = “[White cell count]/value/magnitude”>
 [Result]/value/value
</eavAttributeField>
<eavAttributeField name = “[White cell count]/value/units”>
 [Result unit]/value/value
</eavAttributeField>
  1. The < eav > node indicates the target generalized archetype to which current specialized archetype is mapped. In the < eavAttributeName > node, the attribute “name” specified the full path of the source data item, the attribute “set” indicates which textual name provided within the archetype ontology section is used since there are multi languages, and the value is the full path of the target data item. In the < eavAttributeField > node, the attribute “name” specified the full path of one data field in the source data item and the value is the full path of the target data item