Completion of a path

Endings are all moments of completion of a path of the algorithm. An end is not necessarily the moment of completion of the algorithm itself but be the end of one path.

All elements of the pathway, actions or decisions, can finish with an ending. When this occurs, the circle must be followed by the patient's final state for the respective path.

Several actions or decisions can have the same ending.

The same ending can be shared by different actions or decisions, even if they occur at different times or phases.

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