RxNorm Term Types for Normalized Names

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RXNORM source uses term types (TTYs) to indicate generic and branded drug names at different levels of specificity. This dataset includes the full list of term types, where source provider is RXNORM.

Complexity

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, MediSpan, Gold Standard Drug Database, and Multum. By providing links between these vocabularies, RxNorm can mediate messages between systems not using the same software and vocabulary.

Each RXNORM normalized name follows a simple pattern using the ingredient, strength, and dose form. For branded drugs, RXNORM normalized name includes the brand name, and for packs of drugs, RXNORM normalized name includes the quantities of each drug.

Date Created

2004-11

Last Modified

2019-09-03

Version

2019-09

Update Frequency

Monthly

Temporal Coverage

N/A

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; National Library of Medicine (NLM);

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Source License Requirements

Reporting Requirements

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

RXNorm Term Types, RXNorm Normalized Names, RXNorm Data Sources, Drug Terminologies, Pharmacy Knowledge Base Systems, RxNorm Software Vocabulary, RxNorm Database, Common Drug Vocabularies, Currently Prescribable Drugs, Source Vocabulary Attributes

Other Titles

RXNorm Term Types and Drug Database, RXNorm Normalized Names for Generic and Branded Drugs

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
Code_TTYCode for Term Typestringrequired : 1 maxLength : 8
NameName for Term TypestringmaxLength : 50
DescriptionDetailed description of Term TypestringmaxLength : 3000
Code TTYNameDescription
INIngredientA compound or moiety that gives the drug its distinctive clinical properties. Ingredients generally use the United States Adopted Name (USAN).
PINPrecise IngredientA specified form of the ingredient that may or may not be clinically active. Most precise ingredients are salt or isomer forms.
MINMultiple IngredientsTwo or more ingredients appearing together in a single drug preparation, created from SCDF. In rare cases when IN/PIN or PIN/PIN combinations of the same base ingredient exist, created from SCD.
DFDose FormDose Forms
DFGDose Form GroupDose Form Groups
SCDCSemantic Clinical Drug ComponentIngredient + Strength
SCDFSemantic Clinical Drug FormIngredient + Dose Form
SCDGSemantic Clinical Dose Form GroupIngredient + Dose Form Group
SCDSemantic Clinical DrugIngredient + Strength + Dose Form
BNBrand NameA proprietary name for a family of products containing a specific active ingredient.