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RxNorm is a name of a US-specific terminology in medicine that contains all medications available on US market.[1] It can also be used in personal health records applications. It is part of UMLS terminology and is maintained by National Library of Medicine.


RxNorm offers API that is called RxMix and that offers functions to detect RxNorm concepts in input strings.

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  1. ^ Bennett, C. C. (2012). "Utilizing RxNorm to support practical computing applications: Capturing medication history in live electronic health records". Journal of Biomedical Informatics 45 (4): 634–641. doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2012.02.011. PMID 22426081.  edit