ISO TS 23303:2020

ISO TS 23303:2020 pdf free.Health informatics – Categorial structure for Chinese materia medica
products manufacturing process.
31 General
3.1.1 concept unit of knowledge created by a unique combination of characteristics (3.1.4)
Note 1 to entry: A concept can have one or more names. It can be represented using one or more terms, pictures, icons or sounds.
3.1.2 category division of sets of entities regarded as having particular shared characteristics (3.1.4)
EXAMPLE Freeze drying, spray drying and all other drying share characteristics particular to the category drying.
Note 1 to entry: Categories can be more or less general. Where one category is subsumed by another, there is a relation asserted to obtain a hierarchy between the more specific or subsumed category and the more general or subsuming category. For example, parenteral route is more general than intravenous route.
3.1.3 categorial structure minimal set of domain constraints for representing concept systems in a subject field
3.1.4 characteristic abstraction of a property, of an object or of a set of objects EXAMPLE Fever is a characteristic symptom of flu.Note 1 to entry: Characteristics are used for describing concepts and for differentiating categories.
3.1.5 semantic link formal representation of a directed associative relation or partitive relation between two concepts (3.1.1)
Note 1 to entry: This includes all relations except the generic relation.
Note 2 to entry: A semantic link always has an inverse, i.e. another semantic link with the opposite direction. [SOURCE: ISO 17115:2007, 2.2.3, modified — Note 3 to entry was removed.]
3.1.6 Chinese medicines substance or combination of substances used under the guidance of traditional Chinese medicine theory for medical care and the prevention and treatment of disease
Note 1 to entry: This includes Chinese materia medica, decoction pieces, Granule Forms of Individual Medicinals for Prescriptions (GFIMP), and Chinese Patent Medicines (CPM).
[SOURCE: ISO 20333:2017, 3.1]
3.1.7 manufacturing complete process of production through all processing stages, including final packaging, and all materials involved in the process
3.1.8 product thing or material manufactured from all processing stages of manufacturing (3.1.Z)
Note 1 to entry: Chinese materia medica manufacturing products include, but are not limited to, decoction pieces, extraction (includes two categories: monomer and mixture), Chinese patent medecine.
3.2 Characterizing categories
3.2.1 Chinese materia medica CMM medicinal parts of medicinal plants, animals, and minerals used as raw materials in Chinese medicines (3.1.6) after preliminary processing (3.2.6) Note 1 to entry: This refers to the raw materials used to make decoction pieces. [SOURCE: ISO 18668-1:2016, 3.2, modified] Note 2 to entry: Preliminary processing refers to some operations in the process of harvesting Chinese materia medica, such as removing sundries, sorting, packing, etc. for better storage and management.
3.2.2 origin location of Chinese materia medica (3.2.1) EXAMPLE The places where the plants were grown, Dangshen origin: ShanXi.
3.2.6 processing action of performing, for pharmaceutical purposes, a series of mechanical or chemical operations to change or preserve Chinese materia medica (3.2.1) according to Chinese medicine theory, the nature of herbs, and the medical and pharmaceutical needs
Note 1 to entry: Chinese materia medica can be processed using, for example, water or fire processing. Adjuvant material, instruments, heat can also be used to produce decoction pieces. Through processing, the effectiveness of Chinese materia medica can be enhanced and the toxicity and odour of Chinese materia medica can be reduced.
3.2.7 processing method method used to change the nature of Chinese materia medica (3.2.1)
EXAMPLE Calcine and roast are two methods used to process Chinese materia medica.
3.2.8 adjuvant material substance added during the processing (3.2.6] of Chinese materia medica (3.2.1) to enhance the therapeutic usefulness of pharmaceutical herbal treatment
[SOURCE: ISO/TS 18062:2016, modified]
3.2.9 purifying process of eliminating impurities and removing non-medical parts.ISO TS 23303 pdf download.

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