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Re: [Gnumed-devel] LDT importer

From: Jürgen Schuhmacher
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] LDT importer
Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2004 05:19:47 +0200

Hello, first of all, thanks for the links.

Now I am a bit more familiar with LDT and also with the database. I
stumbled over it, searching the list of satisfied users of the
wxwidgets' site.

Well, my task was in the field of whole blood processing and pre donor
screening, where I dealed with data formats given by DGTI
(transfusion medicine) for instance and also the possible interfaces to
existing blood software.

With gnumed I first thought of aqiring data obtained from medical
devices / blood checkers, which are also used in doctor's offices, but
gnumed is mostly intended for organisation / financial purposes in the
offices (?)

I do not yet know which data is held in gnu-med in detail, but a
possible link to my field could be the donors personal data and maybe
some blood data - especially when patients data is stored on magnetic
cards totally.

Focussing the other direction, critical issues of a person might be
handled in the database and exported to a donor's identity card.
In this case, the doctor beeing responsible for donation, might
have more information present. Currently most things are handled
with paper management.

The DGTI website ( has some information
on that.

regards Jürgen

Since gnumed seems to be

On 27 Mar 2004 at 19:03, Karsten Hilbert wrote:

Date sent:              Sat, 27 Mar 2004 19:03:13 +0100
From:                   Karsten Hilbert <address@hidden>
To:                     address@hidden
Subject:                Re: [Gnumed-devel] LDT importer

> Hi Jürgen,
> > in replying to the topic "roadmap" I'd like to ask, where I can find more
> > information on this "german lab data". (?)
> >
> > I suppose this is a standard interface ? ... maybe somehow related to
> > LIMS ?
> No. LIMS is a separate issue. LDT is a text format set down by
> the Zentralinstitut der Kassenärztlichen Bundesvereinigung (ZI
> der KBV) - the German College of Community Care Physicians, that
> is. They offer spec download from their website, just google
> for it.
> > Introducing myself, I'd wish to point out, that I am not a gnumed-
> > developer but only interested in interface structures of this database.
> interface of schema ?
> > I though registered here since I did not find a user-group-list for it :-)
> this *is* the user group as of now :)
> > My interest is based on data aquisition in the field of blood banks,
> > because I used to work for a medical company lately.
> If you find anything useful in GnuMed please do let us know.
> Karsten
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