Opened 11 years ago

Closed 7 months ago

#69 closed enhancement (duplicate)

Additions

Reported by: Claire West Owned by: Gunther Schadow
Priority: minor Milestone:
Component: help Keywords:
Cc:

Description (last modified by Gunther Schadow)

Please consider the following additions:
%O – Promille - thousandth
Anti-Xa units – A unit of unfractionated or low molecular weight heparin anticoagulation potency determined as the amount that neutralizes one unit of coagulation factor Xa preparation
Copies – term used for viral load data
CP – centipoise – term used for viscosity. A centipoise is one one-hundredth of a poise, and one millipascal-second (mPa.s) in SI units. (1 cP = 10−2P = 10−3 Pa.s). Centipoise is properly abbreviated cP – will this be its (c/i) value?
EU – Ehrlich unit – a measurement of Urobilinogen content. One Ehrlich unit is equal to one milligram of urobilinogen per deciliter of sample (1 mg/dL)

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 10 years ago by Gunther Schadow

Owner: set to Gunther Schadow
Status: newassigned

Let's split this into multiple tickets please, each one is different.

  • #88 - %O – Promille - thousandth
  • #89 - Anti-Xa units – A unit of unfractionated or low molecular weight heparin anticoagulation potency determined as the amount that neutralizes one unit of coagulation factor Xa preparation
  • #90 - Copies – term used for viral load data
  • #91 - CP – centipoise – term used for viscosity. A centipoise is one one-hundredth of a poise, and one millipascal-second (mPa.s) in SI units. (1 cP = 10−2P = 10−3 Pa.s). Centipoise is properly abbreviated cP – will this be its (c/i) value?
  • #92 - EU – Ehrlich unit – a measurement of Urobilinogen content. One Ehrlich unit is equal to one milligram of urobilinogen per deciliter of sample (1 mg/dL)

We shall accept this ticket until we are done with all the sub-ticket we now created this one shall serve as a tracking ticket.

comment:2 Changed 7 months ago by Gunther Schadow

Component: help
Description: modified (diff)
Resolution: duplicate
Status: assignedclosed

Note from UCUM board meeting where I was assigned to review this ticket. I had initially broken this ticket up into one item at a time.

Since we are trying to get old tickets out of the way and focus on making real progress, I will mark this ticket as "duplicate" for lack of another category. That will close this ticket, and each of the spawned tickets have their own life cycle, as well as a back-reference to this one.

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