Semantic representation of evidence-based medical guidelines and its use cases
Semantic representation of evidence-based medical guidelines provides the support for the data inter-operability and has been found many applications in the medical domain. In this paper, we describe a semantic representation approach of evidence- based medical guidelines, which is based on the Semantic Web Technology standards. We discuss several use cases of that semantic representation of evidence-based medical guideline, and show that they are potentially useful for medical applications.
Keywordsevidence-based medical guidelines semantic representation semantic technology use cases
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