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4.4.1.295 4.4.1.313 Value Set http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/sibling-relationship-codes

Patient Care Work Group   Maturity Level : 0 Informative Use Context : Any

This is a value set defined by the FHIR project.

Summary

Defining URL: http://hl7.org/fhir/ValueSet/sibling-relationship-codes
Version: 4.0.1 4.2.0
Name: SiblingRelationshipCodes
Title: Sibling Relationship Codes
Definition:

The value set includes the v3 RoleCode SIB (sibling) and all of its specializations. It covers the relationships needed to establish genetic pedigree relationships between family members.

Committee: Patient Care Work Group
OID: 2.16.840.1.113883.4.642.3.922 (for OID based terminology systems)
Source Resource XML / JSON

This value set is not currently used


This value set includes codes from the following code systems:

 

This expansion generated 01 Nov 2019 26 Mar 2020


This value set contains 21 concepts

Expansion based on http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-RoleCode version 2018-08-12 2019-07-31

All codes from system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-RoleCode
Lvl Code Display Definition
0 SIB sibling The player of the role shares one or both parents in common with the scoping entity.
1    BRO brother The player of the role is a male sharing one or both parents in common with the scoping entity.
2      HBRO half-brother The player of the role is a male related to the scoping entity by sharing only one biological parent.
2      NBRO natural brother The player of the role is a male having the same biological parents as the scoping entity.
3        TWINBRO twin brother The scoper was carried in the same womb as the male player and shares common biological parents.
4          FTWINBRO fraternal twin brother The scoper was carried in the same womb as the male player and shares common biological parents but is the product of a distinct egg/sperm pair.
4          ITWINBRO identical twin brother The male scoper is an offspring of the same egg-sperm pair as the male player.
2      STPBRO stepbrother The player of the role is a son of the scoping person's stepparent.
1    HSIB half-sibling The player of the role is related to the scoping entity by sharing only one biological parent.
2      HSIS half-sister The player of the role is a female related to the scoping entity by sharing only one biological parent.
1    NSIB natural sibling The player of the role has both biological parents in common with the scoping entity.
2      NSIS natural sister The player of the role is a female having the same biological parents as the scoping entity.
3        TWINSIS twin sister The scoper was carried in the same womb as the female player and shares common biological parents.
4          FTWINSIS fraternal twin sister The scoper was carried in the same womb as the female player and shares common biological parents but is the product of a distinct egg/sperm pair.
4          ITWINSIS identical twin sister The female scoper is an offspring of the same egg-sperm pair as the female player.
2      TWIN twin The scoper and player were carried in the same womb and shared common biological parents.
3        FTWIN fraternal twin The scoper and player were carried in the same womb and share common biological parents but are the product of distinct egg/sperm pairs.
3        ITWIN identical twin The scoper and player are offspring of the same egg-sperm pair.
1    SIS sister The player of the role is a female sharing one or both parents in common with the scoping entity.
2      STPSIS stepsister The player of the role is a daughter of the scoping person's stepparent.
1    STPSIB step sibling The player of the role is a child of the scoping person's stepparent.

 

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