Current Build HL7 v3 Value Set GTSAbbreviation

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This expansion generated 07 Aug 2018

This value set contains 43 concepts

Expansion based on version 2018-04-01

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0AMAMEvery morning at institution specified times.
0BEDat bedtimeAt bedtime (institution specified time).
0BIDBIDTwo times a day at institution specified time
0JBJBRegular business days (Monday to Friday excluding holidays)
0JEJERegular weekends (Saturday and Sunday excluding holidays)
1  _GTSAbbreviationHolidaysChristianRomanGTSAbbreviationHolidaysChristianRomanChristian Holidays (Roman/Gregorian [Western] Tradition.)
2    JHCHREASJHCHREASEaster Sunday. The Easter date is a rather complex calculation based on Astronomical tables describing full moon dates. Details can be found at [, and]. Note that the Christian Orthodox Holidays are based on the Julian calendar.
2    JHCHRGFRJHCHRGFRGood Friday, is the Friday right before Easter Sunday.
2    JHCHRNEWJHCHRNEWNew Year's Day (January 1)
2    JHCHRPENJHCHRPENPentecost Sunday, is seven weeks after Easter (the 50th day of Easter).
2    JHCHRXMEJHCHRXMEChristmas Eve (December 24)
2    JHCHRXMSJHCHRXMSChristmas Day (December 25)
1  JHNNLThe Netherlands National HolidaysDescription:The Netherlands National Holidays.
2    JHNNLLDLiberation day (May 5 every five years)Description:Liberation day (May 5 every five years)
2    JHNNLQDQueen's day (April 30)Description:Queen's day (April 30)
2    JHNNLSKSinterklaas (December 5)Description:Sinterklaas (December 5)
1  JHNUSGTSAbbreviationHolidaysUSNationalUnited States National Holidays (public holidays for federal employees established by U.S. Federal law 5 U.S.C. 6103).
2    JHNUSCLMJHNUSCLMColumbus Day, the second Monday in October.
2    JHNUSINDJHNUSINDIndependence Day (4th of July)
2    JHNUSIND1JHNUSIND1Alternative Monday after 4th of July Weekend [5 U.S.C. 6103(b)].
2    JHNUSIND5JHNUSIND5Alternative Friday before 4th of July Weekend [5 U.S.C. 6103(b)].
2    JHNUSLBRJHNUSLBRLabor Day, the first Monday in September.
2    JHNUSMEMJHNUSMEMMemorial Day, the last Monday in May.
2    JHNUSMEM5JHNUSMEM5Friday before Memorial Day Weekend
2    JHNUSMEM6JHNUSMEM6Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend
2    JHNUSMLKJHNUSMLKDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the third Monday in January.
2    JHNUSPREJHNUSPREWashington's Birthday (Presidential Day) the third Monday in February.
2    JHNUSTKSJHNUSTKSThanksgiving Day, the fourth Thursday in November.
2    JHNUSTKS5JHNUSTKS5Friday after Thanksgiving.
2    JHNUSVETJHNUSVETVeteran's Day, November 11.
0MOmonthlyMonthly at institution specified time.
0PMPMEvery afternoon at institution specified times.
0Q1Hevery hourEvery hour at institution specified times.
0Q2Hevery 2 hoursEvery 2 hours at institution specified times.
0Q3Hevery 3 hoursEvery 3 hours at institution specified times.
0Q4HQ4HEvery 4 hours at institution specified time
0Q6HQ6HEvery 6 hours at institution specified time
0Q8Hevery 8 hoursEvery 8 hours at institution specified times.
0QDQDEvery day at institution specified times.
0QIDQIDFour times a day at institution specified time
0QODQODEvery other day at institution specified times.
0TIDTIDThree times a day at institution specified time
0WKweeklyWeekly at institution specified time.