CID Characteristic/Class ID
To specify the general class or specific characteristic upon which test results are being reported or are to be taken
Code identifying a specific product or process characteristic to which a measurement applies
R01020405: At least one of CID-01, CID-02, CID-04 or CID-05 is required
Code identifying the general class of a product or process characteristic
Code identifying the agency assigning the code values
P0304: If either CID-03 or CID-04 is present, then the other is required
A code from an industry code list which provides specific data about a product characteristic
A free-form description to clarify the related data elements and their content
A reference that indicates the table or text maintained by the Source Qualifier
C060304: If CID-06 is present, then CID-03 and CID-04 are required
CID06 specifies the individual code list of the agency specified in CID03.
Code indicating a Yes or No condition or response
L070405: If CID-07 is present, then at least one of CID-04 or CID-05 is required
CID07 refers to whether or not the characteristic identified in CID04 or CID05 or both is affected by the product change. If it is affected, the value is "Y". A value of "N" is used when it is known that it will not be affected. Any other value indicates it is indeterminate.