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Summary
Medical data
Debian Med drug databases

This metapackage will install free drug databases and related applications. The database can be accessed by any EMR using the application.

Description

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Debian Med Medical data packages

Official Debian packages with high relevance

Freediams
pharmaceutical drug prescription and interaction manager
Versions of package freediams
ReleaseVersionArchitectures
wheezy0.7.6-1amd64,armel,armhf,i386,ia64,mips,mipsel,powerpc,s390,s390x,sparc
buster0.9.4-2amd64,arm64,armel,armhf,i386,mips,mips64el,mipsel,ppc64el,s390x
jessie0.9.4-1amd64,armel,armhf,i386
stretch0.9.4-1amd64,arm64,armel,armhf,i386,mips,mips64el,mipsel,ppc64el,s390x
squeeze0.4.2-1amd64,armel,i386,ia64,kfreebsd-amd64,kfreebsd-i386,mips,mipsel,powerpc,s390,sparc
Debtags of package freediams:
fieldmedicine
interfacex11
roleprogram
uitoolkitqt
x11application
Popcon: 6 users (1 upd.)*
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License: DFSG free
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The FreeMedForms project provides a set of medical applications to help health professionals in their day-to-day practice. It is developed by an international community of medical doctors and computer specialists.

FreeDiams is a pharmaceutical drug prescription assistant which can be used to create complex prescriptions and to handle drug interactions.

The package is enhanced by the following packages: freediams-doc-en freediams-doc-fr
Freemedforms-freedata
free extra-data for the FreeMedForms project
Versions of package freemedforms-freedata
ReleaseVersionArchitectures
jessie0.9.4-1all
buster0.9.4-2all
wheezy0.7.6-1all
stretch0.9.4-1all
Popcon: 0 users (0 upd.)*
Versions and Archs
License: DFSG free
Git

The FreeMedForms project provides a set of medical applications to help health professionals in their day-to-day practice. It is developed by an international community of medical doctors and computer specialists.

This package contains the architecture independent free extra-data (like free drugs database).

Python3-hl7
Python3 library for parsing HL7 messages
Versions of package python3-hl7
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bullseye0.4.1-1all
buster0.3.4-3all
stretch0.3.4-1all
sid0.4.1-1all
Popcon: 3 users (1 upd.)*
Versions and Archs
License: DFSG free
Git

HL7 is a communication protocol and message format for health care data. It is the de-facto standard for transmitting data between clinical information systems and between clinical devices. The version 2.x series, which is often is a pipe delimited format is currently the most widely accepted version of HL7 (version 3.0 is an XML-based format). python-hl7 currently only parses HL7 version 2.x messages into an easy to access, list-based, data structure.

This package contains the Python3 API.

Official Debian packages with lower relevance

Oscar
Open Source CPAP Analysis Reporter (OSCAR)
Versions of package oscar
ReleaseVersionArchitectures
sid1.1.1-2amd64,arm64,armel,armhf,i386,mips64el,mipsel,ppc64el,s390x
bullseye1.1.1-2amd64,arm64,armel,armhf,i386,mips64el,mipsel,ppc64el,s390x
upstream1.2.0-beta-3
Popcon: 2 users (1 upd.)*
Newer upstream!
License: DFSG free
Git

OSCAR is a Free Software, cross platform research tool for exploring data produced by CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machines, and related equipment, which are used in the treatment of sleep apnea and other sleep disorders.

OSCAR is a derivative of SleepyHead version 1.1.0, created when that was abandoned by Mark Watkins.

No known packages available

Drugref.org
pharmaceutical reference database
License: GPL2+
Debian package not available

Important note: The project seems to be dead and the domain drugref.org does not exist any more. Thanks to the GNU Savannah project the code was kept for the past but there is no guarantee at all that the project is of any use.

The aim to to allow the collaborative construction of a free, peer-reviewed pharmaceutical reference.

The primary motivation is to support the gnumed project -- a free software medical information system, but it may have other uses.

It will support logging and versioning of all data, changes made by contributors can be audited and reverted if necessary. The data can be peer-reviewed by several authorities, end-users can opt to have only data which is peer-reviewed.

Drug names, indications, interactions, contra-indications, adverse reactions and side-effects are supported. Product information for multiple countries can be entered.

*Popularitycontest results: number of people who use this package regularly (number of people who upgraded this package recently) out of 201031