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DCO-DEBUGIT - DebugIT Core Ontology

The Debugit Core Ontology (dco) covers the complete conceptual space of the domain of interest in the DebugIT project. It focuses on the management of antibiotics resistance within hospitals and infectious diseases to cover the clinical monitoring use cases. The ontology shall provide a semantic reference as logically defined classes in a formal and computer understandable format. It is supposed to formally represent all basic kinds of entities in the domain of interest, together with their invariant and context-independent properties. The ontology is therefore distinct from the representation of clinical knowledge as targeted by the DebugIT WP 4. Instead, it has a supportive semantic glue Function as it provides standardized and formally described meaning identifiers across the whole project, hence serving the Interoperability platform as well.

Ontology metadata

Homepage http://www.debugit.eu/index.php
Contactdschober@ipb-halle.de, martin.boeker@uniklinik-freiburg.de
Topicsinfectious disease, preclinical and clinical studies, insdxml
SpeciesHuman
Class Count1738
Unsatisfiable classes0
dc:contributor
AGFA Healthcare
INSERM Paris
dc:creator
Jessica Bullenkamp
Martin Boeker
Stefan Schulz
Djamila Raufie
Ilinca Tudose
Hans Cools
Daniel Schober
dc:description
The Debugit Core Ontology (dco) covers the complete conceptual space of the domain of interest in the DebugIT project. One of them are infectious diseases to cover the clinical use cases. The ontology shall provide a semantic reference as logically defined classes in a formal and computer understandable format. It is supposed to formally represent all basic kinds of entities in the domain of interest, together with their invariant and context-independent properties. The ontology is therefore distinct from the representation of clinical knowledge as targeted by the DebugIT WP 4. Instead, it has a supportive “semantic glue” function as it provides standardized and formally described meaning identifiers across the whole project, hence serving the Interoperability platform as well.
dc:format
OWL-DL
dc:identifier
dco
dc:language
dc:publisher
http://www.debugit.eu/UKLFR
dc:subject
infectious disease
antibiotics
bacteria
antibiogram
patient
clinical procedure
diagnosis
dc:title
debugit core ontology
http://www.co-ode.org/ontologies/meta.owl#bookmark
http://purl.org/imbi/dco/dco#DiagnosticProcedure
owl:priorVersion
1.0
owl:versionInfo
1.1
rdfs:comment
The new version has a number of modified class and relation IDs in order to restore consistency with labels (left: old, right: new).

NeonatalDepartment;NeonatologyDepartment
	CompoundDrug;  MixtureOfPharmacologicSubstance
        InfectiveCystitis; InfectiousCystitis
        DrugDosageFrequency; SustanceIntakeFrequency
	Allergy;AllergyProcess
	AllergyToDrug;AllergyToDrugProcess
	AllergyToAnti-infectiveAgent;AllergyToAnti-infectiveAgentProcess
	AllergyToAntibiotic;AllergyToAntibioticProcess
	AllergyToAmoxicillin;AllergyToAmoxicillinProcess
	AllergyToCiprofloxacin;AllergyToCiprofloxacinProcess
	AllergyToFosfomycin;AllergyToFosfomycinProcess
	AllergyToLomefloxacin;AllergyToLomefloxacinProcess
	AllergyToNitrofurantoin;AllergyToNitrofurantoinProcess
	AllergyToNorfloxacin;AllergyToNorfloxacinProcess
	AllergyToOfloxacin;AllergyToOfloxacinProcess
	AllergyToSulphamethoxazoleAndTrimethoprim;AllergyToSulphamethoxazoleAndTrimethoprimProcess
	BacterialInfectiousDisease;BacterialInfectiousPathologicalProcess
	BacterialPneumonia;BacterialPneumoniaProcess
	AcutePneumonia;AcutePneumoniaProcess
	Bronchopneumonia;BronchopneumoniaProcess
	CommunityAcquiredPneumonia;CommunityAcquiredPneumoniaProcess
	FungalPneumonia;FungalPneumoniaProcess
	HospitalAcquiredPneumonia;HospitalAcquiredPneumoniaProcess
	ParasitePneumonia;ParasitePneumoniaProcess
	TypicalPneumonia;TypicalPneumoniaProcess
	ViralPneumonia;ViralPneumoniaProcess
	VentilatorAssociatedPneumonia;VentilatorAssociatedPneumoniaProcess
	Cholestasis;CholestasisProcess
	DisorderOfBodySite;PathologicalProcessOfBodySite
	DisorderOfBrain;PathologicalProcessOfBrain
	DisorderOfGastrointestinalTract;PathologicalProcessOfGastrointestinalTract
	Enteritis;EnteritisProcess
	InfectiousEnteritis;InfectiousEnteritisProcess
	MalabsorptionSyndrome;MalabsorptionSyndromeProcess
	Sucrose-IsomaltaseDeficiency;Sucrose-IsomaltaseDeficiencyProcess
	DisorderOfGenitoUrinarySystem;PathologicalProcessOfGenitoUrinarySystem
	DisorderOfUrinaryTract;PathologicalProcessOfUrinaryTract
	Cystitis;CystitisProcess
	ComplicatedAcuteCystitis;ComplicatedAcuteCystitisProcess
	InfectiousCystitis;InfectiousCystitisProcess
	SimpleAcuteCystitis;SimpleAcuteCystitisProcess
	ObstructiveUropathy;ObstructiveUropathyProcess
	ResidualBladder;ResidualBladderProcess
	UrinaryIncontinence;UrinaryIncontinenceProcess
	UrinaryTractInfection;UrinaryTractInfectionProcess
	ComplicatedUrinaryTractInfection;ComplicatedUrinaryTractInfectionProcess
	InfectiousPyelonephritis;InfectiousPyelonephritisProcess
	LowerUrinaryTractInfection;LowerUrinaryTractInfectionProcess
	PregnancyUrinaryTractInfection;PregnancyUrinaryTractInfectionProcess
	SimpleUrinaryTractInfection;SimpleUrinaryTractInfectionProcess
	UpperUrinaryTractInfection;UpperUrinaryTractInfectionProcess
	Urolithiasis;UrolithiasisProcess
	VesicoUreteralReflux;VesicoUreteralRefluxProcess
	Prostatitis;ProstatitisProcess
	AcuteProstatis;AcuteProstatisProcess
	VaginalDischarge;VaginalDischargeProcess
	DisorderOfKidney;PathologicalProcessOfKidney
	Hydronephrosis;HydronephrosisProcess
	Nephritis;NephritisProcess
	InterstitialNephritis;InterstitialNephritisProcess
	Pyelonephritis;PyelonephritisProcess
	ComplicatedAcutePyelonephritis;ComplicatedAcutePyelonephritisProcess
	SimpleAcutePregnancyPyelonephritis;SimpleAcutePregnancyPyelonephritisProcess
	SimpleAcutePyelonephritis;SimpleAcutePyelonephritisProcess
	Pyonephrosis;PyonephrosisProcess
	RenalImpairment;RenalImpairmentProcess
	AcuteRenalFailure;AcuteRenalFailureProcess
	KidneyInsufficiency;KidneyInsufficiencyProcess
	DisorderOfLiver;PathologicalProcessOfLiver
	Hepatitis;HepatitisProcess
	ChronicHepatitis;ChronicHepatitisProcess
	DisorderOfLung;PathologicalProcessOfLung
	Pneumonia;PneumoniaProcess
	DisorderOfMeninges;PathologicalProcessOfMeninges
	Meningitis;MeningitisProcess
	InfectiousMeningitis;InfectiousMeningitisProcess
	DisorderOfPancreas;PathologicalProcessOfPancreas
	Pancreatitis;PancreatitisProcess
	DisorderOfRespiratoryTract;PathologicalProcessOfRespiratoryTract
	DisorderOfSkeletalMuscle;PathologicalProcessOfSkeletalMuscle
	MyastheniaGravis;MyastheniaGravisProcess
	DisorderOfSkin;PathologicalProcessOfSkin
	ToxicEpidermalNecrolysis;ToxicEpidermalNecrolysisProcess
	Epilepsy;EpilepsyProcess
	Neuropathy;NeuropathyProcess
	Tuberculosis;TuberculosisProcess
	DisorderOfCellularComponentOfBlood;PathologicalProcessOfCellularComponentOfBlood
	PlateletDisorder;PlateletPathologicalProcess
	Thrombocytopenia;ThrombocytopeniaProcess
	ThrombocytopeniaDisorder;ThrombocytopeniaProcess
	Anemia;AnemiaProcess
	HemolyticAnemia;HemolyticAnemiaProcess
	ExtracorpuscularHemolyticAnemia;ExtracorpuscularHemolyticAnemiaProcess
	Glucose-6-PhosphateDehydrogenaseDeficiency;Glucose-6-PhosphateDehydrogenaseDeficiencyProcess
	MicroangiopathicHemolyticAnemia;MicroangiopathicHemolyticAnemiaProcess
	HemolyticDisorder;HemolyticPathologicalProcess
	WhiteBloodCellDisorder;WhiteBloodCellPathologicalProcess
	Leukopenia;LeukopeniaProcess
	DiseaseOfImmuneFunction;PathologicalProcessOfImmuneFunction
	AutoimmuneDisorder;AutoimmunePathologicalProcess
	Immunosuppression;ImmunosuppressionProcess
	Hematuria;HematuriaProcess
	GrossHematuria;GrossHematuriaProcess
	MicroscopicHematuria;MicroscopicHematuriaProcess
	HemolyticUremicSyndrome;HemolyticUremicSyndromeProcess
	Hypertrophy;HypertrophyProcess
	InfectiousDisease;InfectiousPathologicalProcess
	AbdominalInfection;AbdominalInfectionProcess
	RespiratoryTractInfection;RespiratoryTractInfectionProcess
	LowerRespiratoryTractInfection;LowerRespiratoryTractInfectionProcess
	UpperRespiratoryTractInfection;UpperRespiratoryTractInfectionProcess
	SystemicInfection;SystemicInfectionProcess
	Septicemia;SepticemiaProcess
	ViralInfectiousDisease;ViralInfectiousPathologicalProcess
	HIVInfection;HIVInfectionProcess
	InflammatoryDisease;InflammatoryPathologicalProcess
	Neuritis;NeuritisProcess
	Polyneuritis;PolyneuritisProcess
	MetabolicDisease;MetabolicPathologicalProcess
	DiabetesMellitus;DiabetesMellitusProcess
	Enzymopathy;EnzymopathyProcess
	FructoseIntolerance;FructoseIntoleranceProcess
	GlucoseMalabsorption;GlucoseMalabsorptionProcess
	Nausea;NauseaProcess
	Pain;PainProcess
	CostovertebralAngleTenderness;CostovertebralAngleTendernessProcess
	Dysuria;DysuriaProcess
	Strangury;StranguryProcess
	FlankPain;FlankPainProcess
	Headache;HeadacheProcess
	SuprapubicPain;SuprapubicPainProcess
	Photosensitivity;PhotosensitivityProcess
	Pyuria;PyuriaProcess
	UrinaryUrgency;UrinaryUrgencyProcess
	Vomiting;VomitingProcess
	PulmonaryFibrosis;PulmonaryFibrosisProcess
	AcquiredPathologicalState;AcquiredPathologicalStateProcess
	Anorexia;AnorexiaProcess 
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