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Obstetric and Neonatal Ontology

The Obstetric and Neonatal Ontology is a structured controlled vocabulary to provide a representation of the data from electronic health records (EHRs) involved in the care of the pregnant woman, and of her baby.

Ontology info

Ontology id: ontoneo
Version: 2017-03-04
Number of terms: 1767
Last loaded: Fri Jul 28 03:27:38 BST 2017

creator

Fernanda Farinelli

contributor

Peter L. Elkin

Mauricio B. de Almeida

Barry Smith

Fernanda Farinelli

Zilma Silveira Nogueira Reis

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PERSON: Fernanda Farinelli OntONeo development prioritizes the reuse of classes and entities from FMA ontology to deal with human anatomy approaches. Every class reference of others ontology for the anatomy domain, for example, UBERON and CARO, in which has the cross-reference annotation to some FMA class are replaced by the FMA class referred.

OntoNeo, is developed by Fernanda Farinelli and her contributor group is licensed under CC BY 4.0.

IDs allocated to individuals: ONTONEO_90000000 - ONTONEO_99999999

PERSON: Fernanda Farinelli The default language of this ontology is English mainly because the reusable ontologies are conceived in English. However, this ontology intends to be bilingual in order to attend the necessities of Brazilian issues. Then, every relevant term we defined in Portuguese (Brazilian portuguese) using the tag xml:lang="pt" the follow annotations: label, definition, alternative term.

PERSON: Fernanda Farinelli Ontoneo is a ontology that the development is in progress, then take in mind for while the stability of URIs and labels. We are sure that the upper level ontology used is BFO version 2 and that we are priorize the reuse of terms find on OBO Foundry ontologies.

label

A Ontologia do Domínio Obstétrico e Neonatal

The Ontology of Obstetric and Neonatal domain

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ontoneoontology@gmail.com

Source

Woman’s Health Record Model from The American Congress of Obstetrician and Gynecologists (acog.org).

https://github.com/ontoneo-project/Ontoneo

ISBN:9780262527811 - Building Ontologies with Basic Formal Ontology. By Robert Arp, Barry Smith and Andrew D. Spear