Clinical Table Search Service (formerly "lforms-service") is a web service which software programs can use for querying clinical data tables. The API for each table is designed to work with our form field autocompletion package, but can be used by other programs as well. The tables may also be accessed through FHIR APIs. The FAQ page (https://clinicaltables.nlm.nih.gov/faq.html) has further details on terms of service, etc
I-MAGIC is an interactive tool to demonstrate how the SNOMED CT to ICD-10-CM map (https://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/umls/mapping_projects/snomedct_to_icd10cm.html) can be used to generate ICD-10-CM codes from clinical problems coded in SNOMED CT. It simulates a problem list entry interface in which the user searches for problem terms which are mapped to SNOMED CT codes in the back end. The SNOMED CT codes are then used to derive ICD-10-CM codes using the Map.
MAGPIE is an interactive tool to help users (e.g., professional coders, researchers, clinicians) find SNOMED CT and ICD-10-PCS codes for medical procedures and interventions. MAGPIE is an NLM research tool (it has not been tested in a production environment), and is developed primarily for the 2018 version of ICD-10-PCS. MAGPIE combines lexical and map-assisted searching strategies to look for SNOMED CT, ICD-9-CM, and ICD-10-PCS codes sequentially.
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) is a hierarchically-organized terminology for indexing and cataloging of biomedical information. It is used for the indexing of PubMed and other NLM databases. Please see the Terms and Conditions for more information regarding the use and re-use of MeSH. NLM produces Medical Subject Headings XML, ASCII, MARC 21 and RDF formats.
Updates to the data files are made according to the following schedule:
The NIH Common Data Elements (CDE) Repository has been designed to provide access to structured human and machine-readable definitions of data elements that have been recommended or required by NIH Institutes and Centers and other organizations for use in research and for other purposes. Visit the NIH CDE Resource Portal for contextual information about the repository.
A nursing terminologies resource for systems development. Describes the role of SNOMED CT and Laboratory Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC) in implementing Meaningful Use in the U.S., specifically for the nursing and care domain.
RxNav-in-a-Box provides users with a locally-installable RxNav (https://rxnav.nlm.nih.gov/RxNavDoc.html) and RESTful companion APIs, including RxNorm, RxTerms, RxClass, RxCUI history, and drug-drug interactions.
RxNorm provides normalized names for clinical drugs and links its names to many of the drug vocabularies commonly used in pharmacy management and drug interaction software, including those of First Databank, Micromedex, Gold Standard, and Multum. By providing links between these vocabularies, RxNorm can mediate messages between systems not using the same software and vocabulary.
RxTerms is a drug interface terminology derived from RxNorm for prescription writing or medication history recording (e.g. in e-prescribing systems, PHRs). RxTerms is derived only from the non-proprietary content of RxNorm, which is developed and maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine. No fee or license is required to use the RxTerms data. Technical documentation at https://wwwcf.nlm.nih.gov/umlslicense/rxtermApp/rxTermFileStructure.cfm