RxNorm

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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.

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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