Modules
Here is a list of all modules:
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 eSerialization
 eSerialization_Type
 ActionData
 AdvanceTimeData
 SerializeStateData
 AnesthesiaMachineData
 AnesthesiaMachineData_ActiveEventDataAn active machine event, and how long it has been active
 AnesthesiaMachineData_ChamberDataA vaporization chamber that can be filled with a particular substance for inhalation
 AnesthesiaMachineData_OxygenBottleDataA bottle of Oxygen
 AnyAnesthesiaMachineActionDataAnesthesia machine action container
 AnesthesiaMachineActionData
 AnesthesiaMachineConfigurationDataThe configuration of the anesthesia machine to use
 ExpiratoryValveLeakDataA leak in the expiritory valve
 ExpiratoryValveObstructionDataAn obstruction in the expiritory valve
 InspiratoryValveLeakDataA leak in the inspiratory valve
 InspiratoryValveObstructionDataAn obstruction in the inspiritory valve
 MaskLeakDataA leak in the mask
 SodaLimeFailureDataA soda lime failure
 TubeCuffLeakDataA leak in the tube cuff
 VaporizerFailureDataThe vaporizer fails
 VentilatorPressureLossDataThe ventilator losses pressure
 YPieceDisconnectDataThe Y Piece becomes disconnected
 OxygenWallPortPressureLossDataThe wall port losses oxygen pressure
 OxygenTankPressureLossDataThe active oxygen tank losses pressure
 eAnesthesiaMachine
 eAnesthesiaMachine_EventAn enumeration for the source of oxygen for the machine
 eAnesthesiaMachine_OxygenSourceAn enumeration for the primary gas used by the machine
 eAnesthesiaMachine_PrimaryGasAn enumeration for the primary gas used by the machine
 eAnesthesiaMachine_ConnectionAn enumeration for the primary gas used by the machine
 CircuitData
 CircuitNodeData
 CircuitPathData
 ElectricalCircuitData
 ElectricalCircuitNodeData
 ElectricalCircuitPathData
 FluidCircuitData
 FluidCircuitNodeData
 FluidCircuitPathData
 ThermalCircuitData
 ThermalCircuitNodeData
 ThermalCircuitPathData
 CircuitManagerData
 CompartmentData
 CompartmentLinkData
 CompartmentGraphData
 FluidCompartmentData
 FluidCompartmentLinkData
 FluidCompartmentGraphData
 GasCompartmentData
 GasCompartmentLinkData
 GasCompartmentGraphData
 LiquidCompartmentData
 LiquidCompartmentLinkData
 LiquidCompartmentGraphData
 TissueCompartmentData
 ThermalCompartmentData
 ThermalCompartmentLinkData
 ElectricalCompartmentData
 ElectricalCompartmentLinkData
 CompartmentManagerData
 eCompartment
 eCompartment_Type
 ConditionData
 ElectroCardioGramDataGeneric ECG machine to assess the heart rhythm
 ElectroCardioGramWaveformDataThe amount of electric potential given off by lead 12 of the ECG
 ElectroCardioGramWaveformListDataActive indicies of the WaveForm Data used to interpolate the current electric potential
 eElectroCardioGram
 eElectroCardioGram_WaveformLead
 ScenarioData
 ConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_BaroreceptorConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_BloodChemistryConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_CardiovascularConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_CircuitConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_ConstantsConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_DrugsConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_ECGConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_EnergyConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_EnvironmentConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_GastrointestinalConfigurationDataFile containing an environment conditions objet with properties to set in the environmental conditions
 ConfigurationData_NervousConfigurationDataFile containing an stomach contents objet with properties to set in the
 ConfigurationData_RenalConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_RespiratoryConfigurationData
 ConfigurationData_TissueConfigurationData
 eAirwayMode
 EnvironmentData
 InhalerDataGeneric inhaler for substance administration
 BloodChemistrySystemData
 CardiovascularSystemData
 DrugSystemData
 EndocrineSystemData
 EnergySystemData
 GastrointestinalSystemData
 HepaticSystemData
 NervousSystemData
 RenalSystemData
 RespiratorySystemData
 TissueSystemDataProvides data pertaining to the extracellular and intracelluar space
 StateData
 eSide
 eGate
 eSwitch
 eCharge
 eDecimalFormatTypeNot provided
 eDataRequestCategoryNot provided, let the system do what it wants
 EnvironmentData_ConditionsData
 EnvironmentData_ActiveConditioningDataBreak down of the aerosolized solid/liquid substances in the environment
 EnvironmentData_AppliedTemperatureDataSurfaceArea Fraction of the body that is being affected
 AnyEnvironmentActionData
 EnvironmentActionData
 ChangeEnvironmentConditionsDataThe environment conditions to change
 ThermalApplicationDataCreate an external heat source
 AnyEnvironmentConditionData
 EnvironmentConditionData
 InitialEnvironmentConditionsDataThe configuration of the environment to use during stabilization
 eEnvironment
 eEnvironment_SurroundingType
 AnyInhalerActionData
 InhalerActionData
 InhalerConfigurationDataThe configuration of the inhaler to use
 PatientDataData used to configure the patient
 PatientData_ActiveEventDataAn active patient event, and how long it has been active
 eBrainInjury
 eBrainInjury_TypeTypes of Brain Injury that provided different nervous responses
 eIntubation
 eIntubation_Type
 eSubstanceAdministration
 eSubstanceAdministration_Route
 AnyPatientActionData
 PatientActionData
 PatientAssessmentRequestData
 AcuteStressDataFight or flight. The body prepares to defend itself
 AirwayObstructionDataA blockage of the Airway leading to no respiration/air flow in or out of the body
 ApneaDataReduction of achieved tidal volume by inhibiting the respiratory breathing mechanism (i.e., muscles of respiration). Maximum severity will stop breathing completely
 AsthmaAttackData
 BrainInjuryDataA non-localized traumatic brain injury
 BronchoconstrictionDataConstriction of the airways in the lungs due to tightening of surrounding smooth muscle
 CardiacArrestDataApplies a non-specific cardiac arrest
 ChestCompressionForceDataTechnique used when performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Application of external force to the chest cavity in order to pump blood through the heart
 ChestCompressionForceScaleDataTechnique used when performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Application of external force to the chest cavity in order to pump blood through the heart
 ChestOcclusiveDressingDataApplies an occlusive dressing to either the left or right side of the chest. An occlusive dressing is an air and water-tight trauma dressing that provides immediate control of pressure and bleeding that occurs with an open pneumothorax
 ConsciousRespirationDataAn ordered list of concious breath commands for the patient to preform
 ConsciousRespirationData_ForcedInhaleDataForce air out of the lungs
 ConsciousRespirationData_ForcedExhaleDataForce air into the lungs
 ConsciousRespirationData_BreathHoldDataHold the patients breath. There will be no inflow or out flow of air during the specified period
 ConsciousRespirationData_UseInhalerDataAdminister a substance through an Inhaler. This command will represent a single press of an Inhaler
 ConsciousRespirationData_AnyCommandData
 ConsumeNutrientsDataConsume nutrients into the body
 ExerciseDataIncrease the patient's metabolic rate leading to an increase in core temperature, cardiac output, respiration rate and tidal volume
 HemorrhageDataA hemorrhage is the loss of blood escaping from the circulatory system. Typically, a healthy person can endure a loss of 10 to 15 percent of the total blood volume without serious medical difficulties
 IntubationDataInsertion of tube into the patient's airway
 MechanicalVentilationDataMechanically breathing for the patient, such as with a squeeze bag or other equipment
 NeedleDecompressionDataA 14-16G intravenous caninula is inserted into the second rib-space in the mid-clavcular line. The needle is advanced until air can be aspirated into a connecting syringe. The needle is withdrawn and the caninula is left to allow air flow out of the pleural space. This effectively converts the closed pneumothorax into an open pneumothorax
 PericardialEffusionDataPericardial effusion ("fluid around the heart") is an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the pericardial cavity. Because of the limited amount of space in the pericardial cavity, fluid accumulation leads to an increased intrapericardial pressure which can negatively affect heart function. A pericardial effusion with enough pressure to adversely affect heart function is called cardiac tamponade. Pericardial effusion usually results from a disturbed equilibrium between the production andre-absorption of pericardial fluid, or from a structural abnormality that allows fluid to enter the pericardial cavity. Normal levels of pericardial fluid are from 15 to 50 mL
 SubstanceBolusDataAn administration of a substance that is given all at one time to raise its concentration in blood to an effective level
 SubstanceBolusData_StateData
 SubstanceCompoundInfusionDataContinuous injection of a compound
 SubstanceInfusionDataContinuous injection of a specific substance
 TensionPneumothoraxDataA pneumothorax is an abnormal collection of air or gas in the pleural space that separates the lung from the chest wall. Like pleural effusion (liquid buildup in that space), pneumothorax may interfere with normal breathing
 UrinateDataEmpty the bladder of its contents
 ePatientAssessmentBase Patient Assessment type
 ePatientAssessment_Type
 eUrinalysis
 eUrinalysis_PresenceIndicator
 eUrinalysis_ClarityIndicatorNot provided in the assessment
 eUrinalysis_UrineColorNot provided in the assessment
 eUrinalysis_MicroscopicObservationTypeNot provided in the assessment
 eUrinalysis_MicroscopicObservationAmountNot provided in the assessment
 PatientAssessmentData
 PulmonaryFunctionTestDataA group of tests that measure how well the lungs take in and release air, and how well they move gases from the atmosphere into the body's circulation
 CompleteBloodCountData
 ComprehensiveMetabolicPanelData
 UrinalysisData
 UrinalysisData_UrinalysisMicroscopicData
 AnyPatientConditionData
 PatientConditionData
 ChronicAnemiaDataCondition characterized by reduced red blood cells, which leads to reduced oxygen carrying capacity. Implemented by reducing the amount of hemoglobin in the blood
 ChronicVentricularSystolicDysfunctionDataImpairment of the ventricular contraction, reducing the ability of the heart to pump blood
 ChronicObstructivePulmonaryDiseaseDataChronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is an obstructive lung disease characterized by chronically reduced airflow into the lungs. Unlike asthma, the reduction in airflow does not generally improve with medication. When tissue damage occurs primarily in the airways, the condition is called chronic bronchitis. When tissue destruction is focused in the alveoli, the condition is called emphysema. COPD is a manifestation of both conditions, although one condition may dominate
 ChronicPericardialEffusionDataPericardial effusion ("fluid around the heart") is an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the pericardial cavity. Because of the limited amount of space in the pericardial cavity, fluid accumulation leads to an increased intrapericardial pressure which can negatively affect heart function. A pericardial effusion with enough pressure to adversely affect heart function is called cardiac tamponade. Pericardial effusion usually results from a disturbed equilibrium between the production andre-absorption of pericardial fluid, or from a structural abnormality that allows fluid to enter the pericardial cavity. Normal levels of pericardial fluid are from 15 to 50 mL
 ChronicRenalStenosisDataNarrowing of the renal artery
 ConsumeMealDataConsume nutrients into the body along with a time elapsed since this meal
 ImpairedAlveolarExchangeDataGeneric way to specify the effectivness of alveolar exchange
 LobarPneumoniaDataLobar pneumonia is a form of pneumonia that affects one or more lobes of the lungs. As fluid fills portions of the lung it becomes more difficult to breath and the gas diffusion surface area in the alveoli is reduced
 ePatient
 ePatient_SexEnumeration for patient sex
 ePatient_EventEnumeration for states the patient can enter and exit out of
 NutritionDataNutritional information for eating
 MealDataSpecify an amount of time to digest the specified nutrition information
 PupillaryResponseData
 eHeartRhythm
 RunningAverageData
 ScalarDataA unitless scalar
 Scalar0To1DataA unitless scalar greater or equal to 0 and less that or equal to 1
 ScalarNegative1To1DataA unitless scalar greater or equal to -1 and less that or equal to 1
 ScalarAmountDataA scalar for holding amount quanties (ex. ct, mol)
 ScalarAmountPerMassDataA scalar for holding amount per mass quanties (ex. mol/g)
 ScalarAmountPerTimeDataA scalar for holding amount per time quanties (ex. mol/min)
 ScalarAmountPerVolumeDataA scalar for holding amount per volume quanties (ex. mol/L)
 ScalarAreaDataA scalar for holding area quanties (ex. m^2)
 ScalarAreaPerTimePressureDataA scalar for holding area per time quanties (ex. m^2/s)
 ScalarElectricCapacitanceDataA scalar for holding electric capacitance quanties (ex. F)
 ScalarElectricChargeDataA scalar for holding electric charge quanties (ex. C)
 ScalarElectricCurrentDataA scalar for holding electric current quanties (ex. A)
 ScalarElectricPotentialDataA scalar for holding electric potential quanties (ex. V)
 ScalarElectricInductanceDataA scalar for holding electric inductance quanties (ex. H)
 ScalarElectricResistanceDataA scalar for holding electric resistance quanties (ex. ohm)
 ScalarEnergyDataA scalar for holding energy quanties (ex. J)
 ScalarEnergyPerAmountDataA scalar for holding energy per amount quanties (ex. J/mol)
 ScalarEnergyPerMassDataA scalar for holding energy per mass quanties (ex. J/kg)
 ScalarFlowResistanceDataA scalar for holding flow resistance quanties (ex. Pa s/m^3)
 ScalarFlowComplianceDataA scalar for holding flow compliance quanties (ex. L/cmH2O)
 ScalarFlowElastanceDataA scalar for holding flow elastance quanties (ex. cmH2O/L)
 ScalarFlowInertanceDataA scalar for holding flow inertance quanties (ex. mmHg s^2/mL)
 ScalarForceDataA scalar for holding force quanties (ex. kg m/s^2)
 ScalarFrequencyDataA scalar for holding frequency quanties (ex. 1/s)
 ScalarHeatCapacitanceDataA scalar for holding heat capacitance quanties (ex. J/K)
 ScalarHeatCapacitancePerAmountDataA scalar for holding heat capacitance per amount quanties (ex. J/K mol)
 ScalarHeatCapacitancePerMassDataA scalar for holding heat capacitance per mass quanties (ex. J/K kg)
 ScalarHeatConductanceDataA scalar for holding heat conductance quanties (ex. W/K)
 ScalarHeatConductancePerAreaDataA scalar for holding heat conductance per area quanties (ex. W/m^2 K)
 ScalarHeatInductanceDataA scalar for holding heat inductance quanties (ex. K s/W)
 ScalarHeatResistanceDataA scalar for holding heat resistance quanties (ex. K/W)
 ScalarHeatResistanceAreaDataA scalar for holding heat resistance area quanties (ex. rsi)
 ScalarInversePressureDataA scalar for holding inverse pressure quanties (ex. 1/Pa)
 ScalarInverseVolumeDataA scalar for holding inverse volume quanties (ex. 1/L)
 ScalarLengthDataA scalar for holding length quanties (ex. ft)
 ScalarLengthPerTimeDataA scalar for holding length per time quanties (ex. ft/s^2)
 ScalarLengthPerTimePressureDataA scalar for holding length per time per pressure quanties (ex. m/s mmHg)
 ScalarMassDataA scalar for holding mass quanties (ex. g)
 ScalarMassPerAmountDataA scalar for holding mass per amount quanties (ex. g/mol)
 ScalarMassPerAreaTimeDataA scalar for holding mass per time quanties (ex. ug/s)
 ScalarMassPerMassDataA scalar for holding mass per mass quanties (ex. ug/kg)
 ScalarMassPerTimeDataA scalar for holding mass per time quanties (ex. ug/s)
 ScalarMassPerVolumeDataA scalar for holding mass per volume quanties (ex. ug/mL)
 ScalarOsmolalityDataA scalar for holding osmolality quanties (ex. Osm/kg)
 ScalarOsmolarityDataA scalar for holding osmolarity quanties (ex. Osm/L)
 ScalarPowerData
 ScalarPowerPerAreaTemperatureToTheFourthDataA scalar for holding Radiative Heat Transfer Powers such as Stefan Boltzman quanties (ex. W / m^2 K^4)
 ScalarPressureDataA scalar for holding pressure quanties (ex. mmHg)
 ScalarPressurePerVolumeDataA scalar for holding pressure per volume quanties (ex. mmHg/mL)
 ScalarPressureTimePerVolumeAreaDataA scalar for holding pressure time area per volume quanties (ex. dyn s /cm^5 m^2)
 ScalarPressureTimePerAreaDataA scalar for holding pressure time per area quanties (ex. mmHg s/m2)
 ScalarTimeDataA scalar for holding time quanties (ex. s)
 ScalarTemperatureDataA scalar for holding temperature quanties (ex. degC)
 ScalarVolumeDataA scalar for holding volume quanties (ex. mL)
 ScalarVolumePerTimeDataA scalar for holding volume per time quanties (ex. mL/s)
 ScalarVolumePerPressureDataA scalar for holding volume per pressure quanties (ex. mL/cmH2O)
 ScalarVolumePerTimeAreaDataA scalar for holding volume per time per area quanties (ex. mL/s cm2 g)
 ScalarVolumePerTimeMassDataA scalar for holding volume per time per mass quanties (ex. mL/s g)
 ScalarVolumePerTimePressureDataA scalar for holding volume per time per pressure quanties (ex. "mL/s mmHg)
 ScalarVolumePerTimePressureAreaDataA scalar for holding volume per time per pressure per are quanties (ex. "mL/s mmHg cm2)
 DoubleArrayData
 IntegerArrayData
 ArrayData
 ArrayTimeData
 FunctionData
 FunctionVolumeVsTimeDataVolumes as a function of time
 FunctionElectricPotentialVsTimeDataElectric potential as a function of time
 HistogramDataTwo arrays paired where the independent list is 1 + the length of the dependent list, for bins
 HistogramFractionVsLengthDataTwo arrays paired where the length list is 1 + the length of the fraction list, for bins
 DecimalFormatData
 DataRequestData
 DataRequestManagerDataIf writing to a file, the unit the data will be in
 AnyConditionData
 ConditionListData
 AnyActionData
 ActionListData
 ScenarioData_InitialParametersData
 eDecimalFormat
 eDecimalFormat_Type
 eDataRequestNot provided, let the system do what it wants
 eDataRequest_Category
 SubstanceData
 eSubstance
 eSubstance_State
 eSubstance_IonicStateIonic state
 eSubstance_BindingProteinBinding protien type
 SubstanceQuantityDataBasic Substance Quantity
 GasSubstanceQuantityDataThe quantity of a gas substance in a gas compartment
 LiquidSubstanceQuantityDataThe quantity of a solid,liquid, or gas substance in a liquid compartment
 TissueSubstanceQuantityDataThe quantity of a solid,liquid, or gas substance in a tissue compartment
 TestReportData
 TestReportData_TestErrorStatisticsData
 TestReportData_TestCaseData
 TestReportData_TestSuiteData
 Common CDM Method DefinitionsDoxygen comments for common Common Data Model methods that most CDM classes have