"1383 terms, 2106 relations between terms, 178 non-preferred terms."
"Body Mass Index (BMI) is a simple index of weight-for-height that is commonly used to classify underweight, overweight and obesity in adults. It is defined as the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in metres (kg/m2). For example, an adult who weighs 70kg and whose height is 1.75m will have a BMI of 22.9.
"The Adverse Event Reporting Ontology (AERO) is an ontology aimed at supporting clinicians at the time of data entry, increasing quality and accuracy of reported adverse events. AERO focuses on signs reported by clinicians as part of adverse event reporting forms, whether causality to the medical intervention as been established or not. Official releases will be marked as such, and will comply with ID and deprecation policies."
"The goal of the Newborn Screening Coding and Terminology Guide is to promote and facilitate the use of electronic health data standards in recording and transmitting newborn screening test results. The Web site includes standard codes and terminology for newborn tests and the conditions for which they screen, and links to other related sites. The codes and vocabulary standards are provided in a series of tables that you can view on the Web and/or download for your own use.
"The ontology consists of concepts or terms (nodes) that are linked by three types of relationships (edges). That means the ontology appears as a direct acyclic graph. The parent and child terms are connected to each other by is_a and part_of relationships. The former is a relation in which the child term is a more restrictive concept than its parent (thus divination is_a traditional_practice). The latter is used to show the inclusion relationships between concepts, for example that a potion_type is part_of a potion."
"Die Schlagwortliste des DZA dient als Grundlage für die inhaltliche Erschließung der Literatur in GeroLit und wurde im Hinblick auf die spezialisierte Literatur von den Mitarbeiter/innen der Bibliothek erstellt."
"The terms are organised hierarchically according to their specificity. Each term is associated with a facet code, which is a combination of letters or numbers that indicates the place of the term in the hierarchy.
"The CAB Thesaurus is the essential search tool for all users of the CAB ABSTRACTS™ and Global Health databases and related products. The CAB Thesaurus is not only an invaluable aid for database users but it has many potential uses by individuals and organizations indexing their own information resources for both internal use and on the Internet.
"Für den Bereich der Pflegewissenschaft liegt noch kein umfassender deutschsprachiger Thesaurus vor. Im englischsprachigen Bereich ist der für die Datenbank CINAHL genutzte Thesaurus der wohl am weitesten entwickelte. Eine Übertragung in die deutsche Sprache ist jedoch aufwändig aufgrund zu berücksichtigender kultureller und berufsbezogener Spezifika. In Deutschland nutzt die Datenbank CareLit einen speziellen Schlagwortkatalog, der allerdings eine geringe Systematik aufweist und wissenschaftliche Aspekte nur in geringem Maße berücksichtigt.
"For use in Electronic Database Searching. These terms are the terms commonly used by ERIC/CSMEE and ENC, this is not an exhaustive list and is by no means the only list of search language available. It is intended as a guideline for educators."