Condition Conditional Delete

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Condition Conditional Delete

The conditional delete interaction allows a client to delete Condition/Conditions based on some selection criteria, rather than by a specific logical id.

FHIR documentation for Condition.

HTTP Basic

OAuth 2.0

API Key

Reset

Make a request and see the response.

Make a request and see the response.

Response Error Details

  • HTTP Code
    Error Code
    Description
  • 204
    204

    No Content.

  • 404
    404

    Condition not found.

  • 405
    405

    Method not allowed.

  • 409
    409

    Conflict Error.

  • 412
    412

    The given criteria is not selective enough.

Environment URL
Live

https://fhirsandbox-prod.apigee.net/fhir/v1/Condition

Name Values Description
Authorization

Specify access token for API in the given format: Bearer [access_token].

Accept

The Accept request-header field can be used to specify certain media types which are acceptable for the response.

Name Values Description
_content

Search the contents of the resource's data using a fulltext search

_id

The resource identity

_language

The resource language

_lastUpdated

Only return resources which were last updated as specified by the given range. The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

_lastUpdated

Only return resources which were last updated as specified by the given range. The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). Two dates can be used to specify an interval. The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

_profile

Search for resources which have the given profile

_security

Search for resources which have the given security labels

_tag

Search for resources which have the given tag

_text

Search the contents of the resource's narrative using a fulltext search

asserter

Person who asserts this condition

body-site

Anatomical location, if relevant

category

The category of the condition

clinicalstatus

The clinical status of the condition

code

Code for the condition

date-recorded

A date, when the Condition statement was documented. The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

date-recorded

A date, when the Condition statement was documented. The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). Two dates can be used to specify an interval. The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

encounter

Encounter when condition first asserted

evidence

Manifestation/symptom

identifier

A unique identifier of the condition record

onset

Date related onsets (dateTime and Period). The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

onset

Date related onsets (dateTime and Period). The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). Two dates can be used to specify an interval. The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

onset-info

Other onsets (boolean, age, range, string)

patient

Who has the condition?

severity

The severity of the condition

stage

Simple summary (disease specific)

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