This document provides a referenced entry-level implementation template for traditional Chinese medicine decoction piece prescriptions based on HL7 CDA® Release 2.0 to support the data collection, transmission, storage and exchange of decoction piece prescriptions for electronic records. This document focuses on the description of core data of traditional Chinese medicine decoction piece prescriptions which constitute the 'medication administration' section of the clinical document body. This document does not specify the detailed content of the clinical document header or other sections and entries of the clinical document body.

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This document specifies the application, in the context of traditional Chinese medicine practice, of medical waveform format encoding rules (MFER) to pulse condition waveform as measured in physiological laboratories, hospitals, bed-wards, pharmacies, clinics, community health centres and home care check-ups using pulse condition devices.

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This document establishes the core classification framework for the integration of clinical terms from traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Western medicine. This structure supports terminology integration in standardized electronic medical records, including professional clinical terms in TCM and Western medicine. Non-technical terms for electronic medical records are also included.

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ISO 20333:2017 specifies coding rules for Chinese medicines to assist in supply chain management. The coding provides information such as the trade item, producing area, unit, grade, production date, batch number, quantity of medicines, and logistic unit. This includes Chinese Materia Medica and decoction pieces, but excludes granule forms of individual medicinals for prescriptions (GFIMP) and Chinese patent medicines (CPM).

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ISO 18668-3:2017 encodes 592 kinds of Chinese Materia Medica, according to the rules in ISO 18668‑1. ISO 18668-3:2017 is suitable for coding of Chinese Materia Medica, as well as Chinese Materia Medica in the fields of clinical medication, scientific research, teaching, statistics and management.

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ISO 18668-4:2017 encodes 777 kinds of granule forms of individual medicinals for prescriptions, according to the rules in ISO 18668‑1. ISO 18668-4:2017 is suitable for coding of granule forms of individual medicinals for prescriptions, as well as granule forms of individual medicinals for prescriptions in the fields of clinical medication, scientific research, teaching, statistics and management.

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ISO 18668-2:2017 encodes 828 kinds of decoction pieces, according to the rules in ISO 18668-1. This document is suitable for coding of decoction pieces, as well as decoction pieces in the fields of clinical medication, scientific research, teaching, statistics, and management.

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ISO 18668-1:2016 specifies rules to encode Chinese medicines, including decoction pieces, Chinese Materia Medica (raw materials) and granule forms of individual medicinals for prescriptions (GFIMP), but not Chinese patent medicines (CPM). Relevant coding standards for Kampo medicine, Korean medicine and other traditional medicines will be separately formulated as needed by experts in these areas. ISO 18668-1:2016 is suitable for decoction pieces, Chinese Materia Medica (raw materials), and granule forms of individual medicinals for prescriptions (GFIMP) in the fields of clinical medication, scientific research and teaching, and statistics and management.

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