I am using $Query to loop through a global.

When I use $GET to get the data all we get back is the global name.

How do you get the value of the global after you have looped.

Below is my example in terminal.

Thank you in advance

Set node = $Query(^FromExtraMed(""))

w node
^FromExtraMed("A02",9220)

If i try w $GET(node) it returns

^FromExtraMed("A02",9220)

If i had this hardcoded it would have got the value

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