|From:||Rogerio Luz Coelho|
|Subject:||Re: [Gnumed-devel] Request for comment: icd10-database|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Jun 2011 18:11:38 -0300|
Am Mittwoch, 29. Juni 2011, 19:31:58 schrieb Slappinjohn:
> Hi,This is two-fold. One issue is how to get (whatever source of) ICD data into
> we won't be able to ship a complete icd10 database in what language ever
> with gnumed. You're right, that's there is no "free" version of icd10
> available. In Germany you can get a computer-readable version for about
> 10€ under a proprietary licence.
> So I think the best way is to provide an importer with gnumed where
> everybody can import the icd10-codes that are available in his country
> under what licence ever.
the GNUmed database
The other is how to use the ICD data available in the GNUmed database.
Let's not worry too much about it.
Think of a table structure that is best for using the data inside GNUmed. The
as a second step worry how to get it in there.
1) one importer per source
source --> importer --> GNUmed
2) one converter per source
source 1 | source 2 --> converter --> converted source --> importer --> GNUmed
> Am 28.06.2011 23:59, schrieb Eric Maeker:
> > 2011/6/28 Slappinjohn <address@hidden>:
> >> Currently I'm writing a little tool for importing icd10 codes supplied
> >> by health department or WHO
> > ? Does WHO offers a **free**, updates and dowloadable version of the
> > ICD10 on their website ?
> > And the more interesting : does the WHO offers the same in all languages
> > ?
> > I did not see anything of this kind on their website. Could you please
> > clear this situation ?
> > Thanks
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