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  • Roche ASTM+ standard

    Hello,
    Hello I have to connect a software from Roche with our software. They use a proprietary format called "Roche ASTM+ standard".
    Has anyone already done this? Could you share some experiences?
    Do you know if it is feasible with mirth (that would be great)?

    Manuel

    Post edited by: Bleupomme, at: 06/27/2008 07:23

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    Re:Roche ASTM+ standard

    Dumb question but how can it be both an ASTM standard and proprietary? Is it a Rosche derivative of some actual standard?
    Jon Bartels

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    • #3
      Re:Roche ASTM+ standard

      Hi all,

      as far as I know, I'm using Elecsys system from Roche and I'm sending same ASTM conversations than in other machines like kryptor. Maybe for other kind of hardware could be possible but as jbartels said or standard or proprietary but not both!.

      HTH,

      Ricard Bernat

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      • #4
        Re:Roche ASTM+ standard

        ASTM is very similar to HL7, so to process it with mirth you could use some pre-processor code to convert the message into an HL7 simar syntax. If you don't use the "strict parser" you'll get a XML you could work with

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        • #5
          Re:Roche ASTM+ standard

          Sorry about the confusion I am not very well informed about this format yet. I will try to convert the ASTM to HL7 then. Thank you

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          • #6
            Re:Roche ASTM+ standard

            Hi all,

            about this topic, somebody could confirm me if I can exchange ASTM information throught LLP port?. I don't know if ASTM channels are compatible with LLP or are the same thing.

            Thanks in advance for your help,

            Ricard Bernat

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            • #7
              Re:Roche ASTM+ standard

              THe only limitation of MLLP is the charset encoding used. As long as you don't use UTF-16 MLLP is right.

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