Data Set Figure describing how a new dataset of relationships between medical terms and concepts was created.

Published on October 9th, 2014 | by

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Data Set Maps Relationship Between Drugs, Diseases, Devices, and Procedures

Researchers from Stanford University have created a data set containing information about how different terms and concepts co-occur in 20 million clinical notes and patient narratives spanning 19 years. Using this data set, scientists can estimate the probability that a patient with a certain condition will take a certain drug or use a certain device. The data set’s creators hope it will help researchers in a wide range of applications, including outcome prediction for medical treatments and analyzing patterns of comorbidity, when patients have two or more conditions.

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2 Responses to Data Set Maps Relationship Between Drugs, Diseases, Devices, and Procedures

  1. Statis says:

    The link to the data leads to an error message.

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