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situation with explicit context
The circumstances that form the setting in which a can be appropriately interpreted.
- Clear recording and appropriate interpretation of context is essential for safe use and accurate analysis of
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- The context in which a is used can be represented in various ways. Some of the possible representation are shown in the examples section below.
- Appropriate interpretation of different representations of context can be facilitated by techniques that resolve multiple
into a common .
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- A disease such as "asthma" might be referred to in various contexts.
- A current presenting problem needing treatment
- A past history recorded during assessment for treatment of another condition
- A family history recorded routinely during a consultation
- Family history of asthma can be recorded using in several ways three of which are illustrated here.