DiagnosticOrder Conditional Delete

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DiagnosticOrder Conditional Delete

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

FHIR documentation for DiagnosticOrder.

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

    DiagnosticOrder 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/DiagnosticOrder

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

actor

Who recorded or did this

bodysite

Location of requested test (if applicable)

code

Code to indicate the item (test or panel) being ordered

encounter

The encounter that this diagnostic order is associated with

event-date

The date at which the event happened. The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

event-date

The date at which the event happened. 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.

event-status

proposed | draft | planned | requested | received | accepted | in-progress | review | completed | cancelled | suspended | rejected | failed | entered-in-error

event-status-event-date

A combination of past-status and date

identifier

Identifiers assigned to this order

item-date

The date at which the event happened. The date parameter format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:nn:ss(TZ). The prefixes >, >=, <= and < may be used on the parameter value.

item-date

The date at which the event happened. 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.

item-past-status

proposed | draft | planned | requested | received | accepted | in-progress | review | completed | cancelled | suspended | rejected | failed | entered-in-error

item-past-status-item-date

A combination of item-past-status and item-date

item-status

proposed | draft | planned | requested | received | accepted | in-progress | review | completed | cancelled | suspended | rejected | failed | entered-in-error

orderer

Who ordered the test

patient

Who and/or what test is about

specimen

If the whole order relates to specific specimens

status

proposed | draft | planned | requested | received | accepted | in-progress | review | completed | cancelled | suspended | rejected | failed | entered-in-error

subject

Who and/or what test is about

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