SNOMED CT: An Introduction — Part 2

SNOMED CT: An Introduction — Part 2

Continuing from the SNOMED CT: An Introduction — Part 1 article, let’s now talk about how SNOMED CT represents [...]
SNOMED CT: An Introduction — Part 1

SNOMED CT: An Introduction — Part 1

SNOMED CT (Systematised Nomenclature of Medicine — Clinical Terms) is a standardised, multilingual vocabulary of [...]
Enhancing Pathology/Lab Tests using SNOMED CT Observables

Enhancing Pathology/Lab Tests using SNOMED CT Observables

Are you trying to make sense of Lab Test results using SNOMED CT Have you ever come across `Sodium Level` and wondered [...]

Varieties of apples? Or apples and apple trees? LOINC, NPU or SNOMED CT in Lab tests?

"Error 400" Sowhich terminology is best in the Lab domain: LOINC, NPU or SNOMED  As a clinical terminologist, [...]

Tea and Pattern Recognition

A post in the 'Meet The Team' series I’m Sarah Harry  I'm a clinical terminology specialist working with SNOMED [...]

Ontology design patterns – effects on Description-Logic Reasoner performance

This post was triggered by a presentation at the  April 2013 IHTSDO Technical committee meeting in Copenhagen The [...]

Ontology Design Considerations for SNOMED CT and other OWL ontologies

This post was inspired by some discussions on the IHTSDO discussions groups on the way to model substance hierarchies [...]