This specification defines the file formats in which SNOMED CT is distributed to SNOMED International Members and Affiliates.
|H||Template Syntax||This specification defines the formal rules for representing slots in SNOMED CT expressions, expression constraints or queries.|
|I||Expression Template Language|
This document describes a diagrammatic notation for representing the definition of a concept, an expression, or the relationship between expressions.
This specification defines a standard format of URIs for identifying various SNOMED CT artifacts, including SNOMED CT components, modules and editions.
This specification defines a standard syntax for representing individual clinical meanings using SNOMED CT expressions.
This specification defines a formal syntax for representing sets of clinical meanings using SNOMED CT expression constraints. Expression constraints are used for a range of purposes, including restricting the valid values in a health record, intensionally defining a reference set, or restricting the range of an attribute in the SNOMED CT concept model.
|D||Machine Readable Concept Model|
This specification defines the format used by SNOMED International's Machine Readable Concept Model (MRCM). The MRCM represents the SNOMED CT concept model in a form that can be read and tested by a computer. The MRCM is distributed as a set of reference sets with the SNOMED CT International Edition.
|B||Medicinal Product Model Specification||This document provides a specification of the SNOMED CT Medicinal Product hierarchy's data model in the international edition of SNOMED CT. This document also provides a description of how aspects of the SNOMED medicinal product hierarchy correspond with the suite of standards in ISO, collectively known as the "Identification of Medicinal Products" (IDMP) standards.|
|K||Editorial Guide||This guide provides detailed information about the rules by which SNOMED CT international content is authored. It describes SNOMED CT's scope, hierarchies, authoring principles, style guidance and concept model rules.|