A 762676003 |OWL (Ontology Web Language) expression type reference set| associates description logic statements with SNOMED CT concept in the OWL functional syntax. The SNOMED CT International Release contains two reference sets that follow the 762676003 |OWL expression type reference set| pattern:
– The 733073007 |OWL axiom reference set (foundation metadata concept)|, in which the OWL expressions represent and axioms that form part of the definition of the concept identified by the referencedComponentId.
– The 762103008 |OWL ontology reference set (foundation metadata concept)|, in which the OWL expressions represent essential information about an ontology. This information includes namespaces, ontology URI (Uniform Resource Identifier), ontology version URI, and import statements. The 762103008 |OWL ontology reference set (foundation metadata concept)| enables the use of prefixes in the ontology
SNOMED CT (SNOMED Clinical Terminology) provides a common language that assists with the electronic exchange of clinical health information. It enables a consistent way of indexing, storing, retrieving, and aggregating clinical data across specialties and sites of care. SNOMED CT Can be mapped to other coding systems, such as ICD-10, which helps facilitate semantic interoperability.
A Delta release contains only those component versions created, inactivated or changed since the previous release. The ‘Delta’ release is much smaller than a ‘Full’ release and is ideal for updating a ‘Full’ release of the previous version. Adding a ‘Delta’ release to the previous version’s ‘Full’ release will update the installation to a ‘Full’ release of the current Version.
In addition to 623 new concepts specific for the US, the September 2018 SNOMED CT US Edition also contains all of the content from the July 2018 SNOMED CT International Edition. Approximately 543 requests for terminology additions and updates were submitted via the US Content Request System (US CRS) to support US clinical health information data exchange. This latest version of the US Edition also includes the SNOMED CT to ICD-10-CM reference set, with over 123,000 SNOMED CT source concepts mapped to ICD-10-CM targets.