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RE: [coi] Some classifications of the entities in patient 1

From: Kashyap, Vipul <VKASHYAP1@PARTNERS.ORG>
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 10:51:45 -0500
Message-ID: <DBA3C02EAD0DC14BBB667C345EE2D12401E2AB96@PHSXMB20.partners.org>
To: "Alan Ruttenberg" <alanruttenberg@gmail.com>, <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>, <public-hcls-coi@w3.org>, <public-hcls-dse@w3.org>
Cc: "Werner Ceusters" <ceusters@buffalo.edu>, "Barry Smith" <phismith@buffalo.edu>

 
Thanks, Alan!
I have posted your comments on the wiki for easier reference at the following
location:

http://esw.w3.org/topic/HCLS/ClinicalObservationsInteroperability/rough-discussi
on-realist-view

Regards,

---Vipul

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:public-semweb-lifesci-request@w3.org] On Behalf Of 
> Alan Ruttenberg
> Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2008 10:46 AM
> To: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org
> Cc: Werner Ceusters; Barry Smith
> Subject: [coi] Some classifications of the entities in patient 1
> 
> 
> Very rough, for discussion. From the realist point of view.
> 
> Patient 1 in http://esw.w3.org/topic/HCLS/ 
> ClinicalObservationsInteroperability/MockedUpPatientData
> 
> dispositions:
>    orthostatic intolerance http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ 
> Orthostatic_intolerance
>    dizziness D004244
>    hypertension D006973
>    orthostatic hypotension D007024
>    dizziness while standing - while standing = condition on 
> realization
>    fainting while standing
>    diabetes
> 
> Uncertain:
>    pulse rate (see http://groups.google.com/group/bfo-discuss/ 
> browse_thread/thread/1695b1b7780ea455)
>    cardiac ejection fraction ("quality of an occurrent" ?)
> 
> Qualities:
>    Hemoglobin A1c 9 % D006442 (the protein), need a 
> glycosylated version
>      (the quality is actually A1C form glycosylated heamoglobin/  
> total  haemoglobin) (see https://wiki.cbil.upenn.edu/obiwiki/ 
> index.php/ConcentrationQualityInOBI, https://wiki.cbil.upenn.edu/ 
> obiwiki/index.php/Image:Concentration.pdf)
>    postprandial glucose
>    serum creatinine
>    urinary protein
>    BP was 84/60 mm Hg (maybe a disposition, not sure) Barry's 
> view in  
> 2003 http://ontology.buffalo.edu/medo/BPO.pdf
> 
> IndependentContinuants
> Patient
> Bicycle
>   Drugs (always material with some therapeutic role)
>    valsartan 80 mg
>    insulin
>    atenolol dose 6.25
>    beta blocker
> cerebral infarction
> cerebellar infarction
> ischemic lesionn
> brain
> 
> Organizations
>    Jichi Medical School Hospital
>    Hypertension Clinic (implicit building, space, physicians)
> 
> TemporalRegions
> 54 years old
> 2002
> 2004
> 13 February 2005
> 
> Processes
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valsalva_maneuver
> having Echocardiography
> having a brain MRI
> having single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT)
> complaining
> once daily dose
> Life of patient 1
> drug therapies
> falling down
> riding a bicycle
> diagnosis
> head-up tilt test
> sleep
> Walking
> 
> Functions
> Ability to walk ("ambulatory")
> 
> Information entities (all information entities here are "about" some  
> occurrent or continuant)
> single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) images
> Electrocardiogram
> MRI images
> 84%
> 2+
> 84.0 mumol/l (note for this and other measurements we have the  
> information entity and the quality the information entity is "about")
> 173/93
> 
> ~~~~
> 
> http://ontology.buffalo.edu/medo/BPO.pdf
> 
> Blood pressure is the pressure exerted on the arterial walls by the  
> flow of blood. The
> term 'blood pressure' designates both a certain function (to exert  
> pressure) and also
> a certain state (of pressure being exerted), both of which are  
> dependent continuants,
> the latter being associated with a value. The process of change in  
> this value is an
> occurrent, which is dependent on the underlying state. Like 
> all other  
> functions in the
> body, blood pressure is subject to regulation. Regulation of blood  
> pressure involves
> the exercise of a number of different functions in different 
> parts of  
> the body. Their
> collective task is to maintain blood pressure value within a certain  
> interval. 
>   
> 

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