Flashcards in Schema.org Medical Documentation Deck (19):
What are six aspects of medical coverage that may be considered in a medical web page?
diagnosis, treatment, causes, prognosis, etiology, epidemiology
What property of a web page element indicates the main subject of a page?
What two properties of a web page can be used to document peer-review info?
What are the three 'associatedAnatomy' property types?
AnatomicalSystem, SuperficialAnatomy, AnatomicalStructure
What type of cause is being referred to in MedicalCause, and how is it defined?
A proximate cause is defined as a causative agent that most directly results in the medical condition, symptom or sign.
ex: HIV is considered the proximate cause of AIDS. Or in a diagnostic context, if a patient fell and sustained a hip fracture, and then two days later, sustained a pulmonary embolism, which eventuated in a cardiac arrest, the cause of the cardiac arrest (the proximate cause) would be the pulmonary embolism and not the fall.
What is the property type 'MedicineSystem' supposed to indicate?
Terms like: 'evidence-based', 'homeopathic', and 'chiropractic', are the expected values in MedicineSystem for classifying marked entity.
What are 5 'MedicalCause' types beginning with a letter that falls between A - E?
Cardiovascular, Chemical, Dermatologic, Endocrine, Environmental
What are the properties of a MedicalEntity?
code, guideline, medicineSystem, recognizingAuthority, relevantSpecialty, study
What is the property of 'MedicalCondition' for specifying the expected progression of stated condition if it is not treated?
What is the property for specifying the likely outcome (in either the short term or long term) of a 'MedicalCondtion"?
What is the single property of a 'MedicalRiskFactor' and it's expected type.
The property is increasesRiskOf, and the expected type is 'MedicalEntity', which is used to identify the condition or complication influenced by this factor.
What are more specific types of the 'MedicalEntity' type?
AnatomicalStructure, AnatomicalSystem, MedicalCause, MedicalCondition, MedicalContraindication, MedicalDevice, MedicalGuideline, MedicalIndication
MedicalIntangible, MedicalProcedure, MedicalRiskEstimator, MedicalRiskFactor, MedicalSignOrSymptom, MedicalStudy, MedicalTest, MedicalTherapy, SuperficialAnatomy
What are 5 examples of controlled medical vocabularies?
ICD-9, DiseasesDB, MeSH, SNOMED-CT, RxNorm
What is the ICD-9 code for Schizophrenic Disorders?
What is the ICD-9 code for Stuttering
What is NCBI, and what is the database that stores the NLM controlled vocabulary thesaurus used for indexing articles for PubMed?
National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) provides access to the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) database, amid multiple others.
What is the name of the multilingual healthcare terminology that claims to the most comprehensive with consistent EHRs that are mapped to other international standards?
What are the 3 types of components used to represent SNOMED CT content?
Concepts, Descriptions, Relationships