|DotNet Class HL7Connect.Cda.XP|
A part of a name or address. Each part is a character string that may be coded, and that also may have a nullFlavor. The string content must always be provided whether a code is provided or not.
|If the part is not a proper value, indicates the reason.|
For further information concerning nullFlavor, see 188.8.131.52.1 -- NullFlavor that applies to the property. Note that nfNull means Not Null
|The actual string value of the part. If no nullFlavor is provided, some content must be present in this attribute.|
|A code assigned to the part by some coding system, if appropriate.|
|The code system from which the code is taken. |
The choice of coding system depends on the part type defined in the concrete specializations. The codeSystem SHALL be populated if a code is populated.
|The version of the coding system, if required.|
The codeSystem SHALL be populated if a codeSystemVersion is populated.
|The human language of the content. Valid codes are taken from the IETF <a href="http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3066.txt" \o "http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3066.txt">RFC 3066</a>. If this attribute is null, the language may be inferred from elsewhere, either from the context or from unicode language tags, for example.|
While parts may be assigned a language, the meaning of the part is not dependent on the language, and applications SHALL not be required to indicate the linguistic origin of any name or address part.