The data (demographics, emergency department letters, discharge summaries, clinical notes, lab results, vital signs) were retrieved and analyzed in near real-time from the structured and unstructured components of the electronic health record (EHR) using a variety of natural language processing (NLP) informatics tools belonging to the CogStack ecosystem, namely MedCAT and MedCATTrainer. The CogStack NLP pipeline captures negation, synonyms, and acronyms for medical SNOMED-CT concepts as well as surrounding linguistic context using deep learning and long short-term memory networks. MedCAT produces unsupervised annotations for all SNOMED-CT concepts under parent terms Clinical Finding, Disorder, Organism, and Event with disambiguation, pre-trained on MIMIC-III. The annotated SNOMED-CT terms are summarised below
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|13645005||Chronic obstructive lung disease (disorder)|
|313297008||Moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (disorder)|
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|46||Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)||ieuan.scanlon||2021-10-06||currently shown|
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