Friday, June 23, 2017 - 09:00 to 18:45
On the Ontological Modelling of Co-Medication and Drug Interactions in Medical Cancer Therapy Regimens for a Clinical Decision Support System
In an ongoing project aiming at a comprehensive AI-based tool to support clinical decisions in medical cancer therapy, the ontology OCTA is being developed. Its purpose is to provide general knowledge about active ingredients, therapy regimens, etc. that can be used by such a clinical decision support system. In this paper, we present a new extension of OCTA modelling co-medication and drug interactions, enabling the answering of queries relevant for medical decision making dealing with these aspects.
Christoph Beierle's picture
Christoph Beierle
University of Hagen (DE)
Bettina Sader's picture
Bettina Sader
Christian Eichhorn's picture
Christian Eichhorn
Gabriele Kern-Isberner's picture
Gabriele Kern-Isberner
Ralf Georg Meyer's picture
Ralf Georg Meyer
Mathias Nietzke's picture
Mathias Nietzke