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Towards iconic language for patient records, drug monographs, guidelines and medical search engines
Practicing physicians have limited time for consulting medical knowledge and records. We have previously shown that using icons instead of text to present drug monographs may allow contraindications and adverse effects to be identified more rapidly and more accurately. These findings were based on the use of an iconic language designed for drug knowledge, providing icons for many medical concepts, including diseases , antecedents, drug classes and tests. In this paper, we describe a new projectfatcat:eltnlvwa4ndyzihzdiqr6maksu