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Food Substances for Allergies and Intolerances and Diet Orders HL7 San Antonio January 21, 2014
SNOMED-CT Substances Top nodes – Dietary Substance – Allergen Class Animal Protein Food Allergen and Pseudoallergen
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Food Allergens Food Pseudoallergens …..
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HL7 Version 3 Diet Order
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Relationships To Dietary Substance
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