HL7 Terminology (THO)
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ValueSet: DispensableDrugForm

Official URL: http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v3-DispensableDrugForm Version: 2.0.0
Active as of 2014-03-26 Computable Name: DispensableDrugForm
Other Identifiers: : urn:oid:2.16.840.1.113883.1.11.14412

References

Logical Definition (CLD)

This value set includes codes based on the following rules:

This value set excludes codes based on the following rules:

 

Expansion

This value set contains 148 concepts

Expansion based on Orderable Drug Form v2.1.0 (CodeSystem)

All codes in this table are from the system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-orderableDrugForm

CodeDisplayDefinition
  _GasDrugFormGasDrugFormAny elastic aeriform fluid in which the molecules are separated from one another and have free paths.
  GASINHLGas for Inhalation
  _GasLiquidMixtureGasLiquidMixture
  AERAerosol
  BAINHLBreath Activated Inhaler
  INHLSOLInhalant Solution
  MDINHLMetered Dose Inhaler
  NASSPRYNasal Spray
  DERMSPRYDermal Spray
  FOAMFoam
  FOAMAPLFoam with Applicator
  RECFORMRectal foam
  VAGFOAMVaginal foam
  VAGFOAMAPLVaginal foam with applicator
  RECSPRYRectal Spray
  VAGSPRYVaginal Spray
  _GasSolidSprayGasSolidSpray
  INHLInhalant
  BAINHLPWDBreath Activated Powder Inhaler
  INHLPWDInhalant Powder
  MDINHLPWDMetered Dose Powder Inhaler
  NASINHLNasal Inhalant
  ORINHLOral Inhalant
  PWDSPRYPowder Spray
  SPRYADAPTSpray with Adaptor
  _LiquidLiquidA state of substance that is an intermediate one entered into as matter goes from solid to gas; liquids are also intermediate in that they have neither the orderliness of a crystal nor the randomness of a gas. (Note: This term should not be used to describe solutions, only pure chemicals in their liquid state.)
  LIQCLNLiquid Cleanser
  LIQSOAPMedicated Liquid Soap
  SHMPShampooA liquid soap or detergent used to clean the hair and scalp and is often used as a vehicle for dermatologic agents.
  OILOilAn unctuous, combustible substance which is liquid, or easily liquefiable, on warming, and is soluble in ether but insoluble in water. Such substances, depending on their origin, are classified as animal, mineral, or vegetable oils.
  TOPOILTopical Oil
  SOLSolutionA liquid preparation that contains one or more chemical substances dissolved, i.e., molecularly dispersed, in a suitable solvent or mixture of mutually miscible solvents.
  DROPDrops
  NDROPNasal Drops
  OPDROPOphthalmic Drops
  ORDROPOral Drops
  OTDROPOtic Drops
  IPSOLIntraperitoneal Solution
  IRSOLIrrigation SolutionA sterile solution intended to bathe or flush open wounds or body cavities; they're used topically, never parenterally.
  DOUCHEDoucheA liquid preparation, intended for the irrigative cleansing of the vagina, that is prepared from powders, liquid solutions, or liquid concentrates and contains one or more chemical substances dissolved in a suitable solvent or mutually miscible solvents.
  ENEMAEnemaA rectal preparation for therapeutic, diagnostic, or nutritive purposes.
  OPIRSOLOphthalmic Irrigation Solution
  IVSOLIntravenous Solution
  ORALSOLOral Solution
  ELIXIRElixirA clear, pleasantly flavored, sweetened hydroalcoholic liquid containing dissolved medicinal agents; it is intended for oral use.
  RINSEMouthwash/RinseAn aqueous solution which is most often used for its deodorant, refreshing, or antiseptic effect.
  SYRUPSyrupAn oral solution containing high concentrations of sucrose or other sugars; the term has also been used to include any other liquid dosage form prepared in a sweet and viscid vehicle, including oral suspensions.
  RECSOLRectal Solution
  TOPSOLTopical Solution
  LINLinimentA solution or mixture of various substances in oil, alcoholic solutions of soap, or emulsions intended for external application.
  MUCTOPSOLMucous Membrane Topical Solution
  TINCTincture
  _LiquidLiquidEmulsionLiquidLiquidEmulsionA two-phase system in which one liquid is dispersed throughout another liquid in the form of small droplets.
  CRMCreamA semisolid dosage form containing one or more drug substances dissolved or dispersed in a suitable base; more recently, the term has been restricted to products consisting of oil-in-water emulsions or aqueous microcrystalline dispersions of long chain fatty acids or alcohols that are water washable and more cosmetically and aesthetically acceptable.
  NASCRMNasal Cream
  OPCRMOphthalmic Cream
  ORCRMOral Cream
  OTCRMOtic Cream
  RECCRMRectal Cream
  TOPCRMTopical Cream
  VAGCRMVaginal Cream
  VAGCRMAPLVaginal Cream with Applicator
  LTNLotionThe term "lotion" has been used to categorize many topical suspensions, solutions and emulsions intended for application to the skin.
  TOPLTNTopical Lotion
  OINTOintmentA semisolid preparation intended for external application to the skin or mucous membranes.
  NASOINTNasal Ointment
  OINTAPLOintment with Applicator
  OPOINTOphthalmic Ointment
  OTOINTOtic Ointment
  RECOINTRectal Ointment
  TOPOINTTopical Ointment
  VAGOINTVaginal Ointment
  VAGOINTAPLVaginal Ointment with Applicator
  _LiquidSolidSuspensionLiquidSolidSuspensionA liquid preparation which consists of solid particles dispersed throughout a liquid phase in which the particles are not soluble.
  GELGelA semisolid system consisting of either suspensions made up of small inorganic particles or large organic molecules interpenetrated by a liquid.
  GELAPLGel with Applicator
  NASGELNasal Gel
  OPGELOphthalmic Gel
  OTGELOtic Gel
  TOPGELTopical Gel
  URETHGELUrethral Gel
  VAGGELVaginal Gel
  VGELAPLVaginal Gel with Applicator
  PASTEPasteA semisolid dosage form that contains one or more drug substances intended for topical application.
  PUDPudding
  TPASTEToothpasteA paste formulation intended to clean and/or polish the teeth, and which may contain certain additional agents.
  SUSPSuspension
  ITSUSPIntrathecal Suspension
  OPSUSPOphthalmic Suspension
  ORSUSPOral Suspension
  ERSUSPExtended-Release Suspension
  ERSUSP1212 Hour Extended-Release Suspension
  ERSUSP2424 Hour Extended Release Suspension
  OTSUSPOtic Suspension
  RECSUSPRectal Suspension
  _SolidDrugFormSolidDrugForm
  BARBar
  BARSOAPBar Soap
  MEDBARMedicated Bar Soap
  CHEWBARChewable BarA solid dosage form usually in the form of a rectangle that is meant to be chewed.
  BEADBeadsA solid dosage form in the shape of a small ball.
  CAKECake
  CEMENTCementA substance that serves to produce solid union between two surfaces.
  CRYSCrystalsA naturally produced angular solid of definite form in which the ultimate units from which it is built up are systematically arranged; they are usually evenly spaced on a regular space lattice.
  DISKDiskA circular plate-like organ or structure.
  FLAKEFlakes
  GRANGranulesA small particle or grain.
  GUMChewingGumA sweetened and flavored insoluble plastic material of various shapes which when chewed, releases a drug substance into the oral cavity.
  PADPad
  MEDPADMedicated Pad
  PATCHPatchA drug delivery system that contains an adhesived backing and that permits its ingredients to diffuse from some portion of it (e.g., the backing itself, a reservoir, the adhesive, or some other component) into the body from the external site where it is applied.
  TPATCHTransdermal Patch
  TPATH1616 Hour Transdermal Patch
  TPATH2424 Hour Transdermal Patch
  TPATH2WKBiweekly Transdermal Patch
  TPATH7272 Hour Transdermal Patch
  TPATHWKWeekly Transdermal Patch
  PELLETPelletA small sterile solid mass consisting of a highly purified drug (with or without excipients) made by the formation of granules, or by compression and molding.
  PILLPillA small, round solid dosage form containing a medicinal agent intended for oral administration.
  CAPCapsuleA solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within either a hard or soft soluble container or "shell" made from a suitable form of gelatin.
  ORCAPOral Capsule
  ENTCAPEnteric Coated Capsule
  ERENTCAPExtended Release Enteric Coated Capsule
  ERCAPExtended Release CapsuleA solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within either a hard or soft soluble container made from a suitable form of gelatin, and which releases a drug (or drugs) in such a manner to allow a reduction in dosing frequency as compared to that drug (or drugs) presented as a conventional dosage form.
  ERCAP1212 Hour Extended Release Capsule
  ERCAP2424 Hour Extended Release Capsule
  ERECCAPExtended Release Enteric Coated Capsule*Rationale:* Duplicate of code ERENTCAP. Use code ERENTCAP instead.
  TABTabletA solid dosage form containing medicinal substances with or without suitable diluents.
  ORTABOral Tablet
  BUCTABBuccal Tablet
  SRBUCTABSustained Release Buccal Tablet
  CAPLETCaplet
  CHEWTABChewable TabletA solid dosage form containing medicinal substances with or without suitable diluents that is intended to be chewed, producing a pleasant tasting residue in the oral cavity that is easily swallowed and does not leave a bitter or unpleasant after-taste.
  CPTABCoated Particles Tablet
  DISINTABDisintegrating TabletA solid dosage form containing medicinal substances which disintegrates rapidly, usually within a matter of seconds, when placed upon the tongue.
  DRTABDelayed Release Tablet
  ECTABEnteric Coated Tablet
  ERECTABExtended Release Enteric Coated Tablet
  ERTABExtended Release TabletA solid dosage form containing a drug which allows at least a reduction in dosing frequency as compared to that drug presented in conventional dosage form.
  ERTAB1212 Hour Extended Release Tablet
  ERTAB2424 Hour Extended Release Tablet
  ORTROCHELozenge/Oral TrocheA solid preparation containing one or more medicaments, usually in a flavored, sweetened base which is intended to dissolve or disintegrate slowly in the mouth.
  SLTABSublingual Tablet
  VAGTABVaginal Tablet
  POWDPowderAn intimate mixture of dry, finely divided drugs and/or chemicals that may be intended for internal or external use.
  TOPPWDTopical Powder
  RECPWDRectal Powder
  VAGPWDVaginal Powder
  SUPPSuppositoryA solid body of various weights and shapes, adapted for introduction into the rectal, vaginal, or urethral orifice of the human body; they usually melt, soften, or dissolve at body temperature.
  RECSUPPRectal Suppository
  URETHSUPPUrethral suppository
  VAGSUPPVaginal Suppository
  SWABSwabA wad of absorbent material usually wound around one end of a small stick and used for applying medication or for removing material from an area.
  MEDSWABMedicated swab
  WAFERWaferA thin slice of material containing a medicinal agent.

Explanation of the columns that may appear on this page:

Level A few code lists that FHIR defines are hierarchical - each code is assigned a level. In this scheme, some codes are under other codes, and imply that the code they are under also applies
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History

DateActionAuthorCustodianComment
2020-05-06reviseTed KleinVocabulary WGMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.