We plan to release the 0.0.48 on this Sunday 25th, with most of the translations in place. Developers can get it from the SVN repository.
I have updated the SVN repository, with the new medical schema. The “monolithic” main module has been divided now into the following. There are many that we are working on ( like epidemiology and reporting ) that will be included also shortly.
medical : Core module. It contains the main objects, such as patient, disease, physicians, evaluations, ethnic groups, hospitals and their infrastructure, admissions, families, operational areas and sectors, medicaments and medications, administration routes and appointment administration.
medical_genetics : It contains all the objects and functionality relevant to family history and genetic disorders. Over 4200 genes associated to diseases.
medical_gyneco : Gynecological and obstetric info. Pregnancy, perinatal, birth, postpartum and puerperium information, monitors and history
medical_socioeconomics : Living conditions, Educational level, Infrastructure (electricity, sewers, drinking water …), Family affection ( APGAR ), Drug addiction, Hostile environment, Teenage Pregnancy, Working children, ….
medical_surgery : Module specific for surgery medical discipline. It also holds the patient surgeries history. It can work with ICD10-PCS module for the Procedures Codes.
medical_icd10pcs : Procedure Coding System for Medical ICD-10-PCS. It’s a standard that represents the successor of ICD-9-CM for medical procedures (surgical and others ).
medical_icd10 : World Health Organization – International Classification of Diseases for MEDICAL – 10th revision. You can use this standard for the pathology coding. Medical uses a coding system such there is no mistake in the typing or interpretation of the diagnosis.
medical_lifestyle : Gathers information about the habits and sexuality of the patient. For example, eating habits, drinking, drug addictions, sexuality and sexual education, physical activity, …
medical_lab : Will hold the functionality for clinical tests and the interfaces with industry clinical devices