The 9th version of the Catalan extension of SNOMED CT can now be downloaded
The Fundació TIC Salut Social’s Office of Standards and Interoperability has just released the 9th version of the Catalan extension of SNOMED CT, which can be downloaded by filling out the form on our website:
The 9th version of the Catalan extension contains the following subsets:
- iHealth Clinical Dictionary:
- Pathological anatomy. New version!
- Attributes of services. New version!
- Clinical documents. New version!
- Benefit scales. New version and now available in Catalan!
- Cancer screening report. New version and now available in Catalan!
- Spirometry report. New domain!
- Notification of adverse reactions to immunizations. New version!
- Ophthalmology and neurology. New version!
- Healthcare professions. New version and now available in Catalan!
- Clinical variables.
- Intersocial, subsets of problems and answers in the field of social care (in Catalan and Spanish). These subsets have not yet been updated, since the second part of the Intersocial project is currently underway and we are awaiting the results.
- mHealth and mSocial, subset of mHealth and mSocial variables.
- The Catalan extension in numbers
- 170 new concepts have been created in the 9th version:
- In total the extension now has 005 active concepts.
- SNOMED CT was first translated into Catalan in 2016, in collaboration with the Language Planning Service of the Department of Health and TERMCAT:
- Currently 737 descriptions have been translated into Catalan.
- New RF2 format fully adopted
- The Catalan extension has already been fully published in RF2, both in terms of the components (concepts, descriptions and relationships) and the subsets.
- INT and ES-ARG versions are also distributed in the RF2 format.
We have also published the following in the iHealth Clinical Dictionary:
OFTSI have notified us that we will soon have good news concerning the LOINC database of laboratory terminology.
The publication of these terminological resources means they will be made available to SISCAT’s providers, as well as the Ministry of Health’s cross-industry projects such as HC3 and IS3, in order that they can evaluate the impact of their adoption and plan how they will be implemented.