The Procedure Action Template is intended for the recording of the beginning or end of procedure steps or action items in a procedure. The level of granularity of the recorded events is not specified, and may vary between institutions, or even be at multiple levels within a single procedure log. There is no requirement for the real-world procedure step or action item recorded with this template to end before another one begins; there may be overlapping or simultaneous procedure steps or action items.
This log entry template may be used to record the start or stop of timers.
Other recorded events in the procedure may be linked to a particular step or action item by Procedure Action ID (see TID 3010 Log Entry Qualifiers).
TID 3100Procedure ActionType: Extensible Order: Significant
|NL||Relation with Parent||Value Type||Concept Name||VM||Req Type||Condition||Value Set Constraint|
|1||CODE||DCID (3421) Procedure Action||1||M||BCID (3405) Procedure Action Values|
|2||>||HAS PROPERTIES||TEXT||EV (121124, DCM, "Procedure Action ID")||1||M|
|3||>||HAS PROPERTIES||PNAME||BCID (7453) Performing Roles||1-n||U|
|4||>||HAS PROPERTIES||NUM||EV (121128, DCM, "Procedure Action Duration")||1||U|
|5||>||INCLUDE||DTID (3010) Log Entry Qualifiers||1||U|
|6||>||HAS PROPERTIES||UIDREF||EV (121126, DCM, "Performed Procedure Step SOP Instance UID")||1||MC||IFF DICOM Modality or General Purpose Performed Procedure Step SOP Class is used to provide status of the Procedure Step|
|7||>||HAS PROPERTIES||UIDREF||EV (121127, DCM, "Performed Procedure Step SOP Class UID")||1||MC||IFF DICOM Modality or General Purpose Performed Procedure Step SOP Class is used to provide status of the Procedure Step|
Row 2 - The value of the Procedure Action ID shall be uniquely associated with the step or action within the context of the Study, and may be used to associate various Procedure Log entries with the step or action.
Row 3 may be used to record the identity of staff roles for the purpose of this Procedure Action, which may differ from their roles in the procedure as a whole.