MedicalEntityA Schema.org Type
- Canonical URL: https://schema.org/MedicalEntity
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The most generic type of entity related to health and the practice of medicine.
|Properties from MedicalEntity
|A medical code for the entity, taken from a controlled vocabulary or ontology such as ICD-9, DiseasesDB, MeSH, SNOMED-CT, RxNorm, etc.
|A Grant that directly or indirectly provide funding or sponsorship for this item. See also ownershipFundingInfo.
Inverse property: fundedItem
|A medical guideline related to this entity.
|The drug or supplement's legal status, including any controlled substance schedules that apply.
|The system of medicine that includes this MedicalEntity, for example 'evidence-based', 'homeopathic', 'chiropractic', etc.
|If applicable, the organization that officially recognizes this entity as part of its endorsed system of medicine.
|If applicable, a medical specialty in which this entity is relevant.
|A medical study or trial related to this entity.
|Properties from Thing
|An additional type for the item, typically used for adding more specific types from external vocabularies in microdata syntax. This is a relationship between something and a class that the thing is in. Typically the value is a URI-identified RDF class, and in this case corresponds to the use of rdf:type in RDF. Text values can be used sparingly, for cases where useful information can be added without their being an appropriate schema to reference. In the case of text values, the class label should follow the schema.org style guide.
|An alias for the item.
|A description of the item.
|A sub property of description. A short description of the item used to disambiguate from other, similar items. Information from other properties (in particular, name) may be necessary for the description to be useful for disambiguation.
|The identifier property represents any kind of identifier for any kind of Thing, such as ISBNs, GTIN codes, UUIDs etc. Schema.org provides dedicated properties for representing many of these, either as textual strings or as URL (URI) links. See background notes for more details.
|An image of the item. This can be a URL or a fully described ImageObject.
|Indicates a page (or other CreativeWork) for which this thing is the main entity being described. See background notes for details.
Inverse property: mainEntity
|The name of the item.
|Indicates a potential Action, which describes an idealized action in which this thing would play an 'object' role.
|URL of a reference Web page that unambiguously indicates the item's identity. E.g. the URL of the item's Wikipedia page, Wikidata entry, or official website.
|A CreativeWork or Event about this Thing.
Inverse property: about
|URL of the item.
Instances of MedicalEntity may appear as a value for the following properties
|A possible complication and/or side effect of this therapy. If it is known that an adverse outcome is serious (resulting in death, disability, or permanent damage; requiring hospitalization; or otherwise life-threatening or requiring immediate medical attention), tag it as a seriousAdverseOutcome instead.
|The condition, complication, symptom, sign, etc. caused.
|The condition, complication, or symptom whose risk is being estimated.
|The degree of mobility the joint allows.
|Indicates something directly or indirectly funded or sponsored through a Grant. See also ownershipFundingInfo.
|The medical conditions, treatments, etc. that are the subject of the guideline.
|The condition, complication, etc. influenced by this factor.
|Typical preparation that a patient must undergo before having the procedure performed.
|A possible serious complication and/or serious side effect of this therapy. Serious adverse outcomes include those that are life-threatening; result in death, disability, or permanent damage; require hospitalization or prolong existing hospitalization; cause congenital anomalies or birth defects; or jeopardize the patient and may require medical or surgical intervention to prevent one of the outcomes in this definition.
|A subject of the study, i.e. one of the medical conditions, therapies, devices, drugs, etc. investigated by the study.
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