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Frequency Analysis of Clinical Prescriptions in the Korean Medicine Hospital Pusan National University based on Herb Weight Ratio(1) - Focusing on Insured Herbal Mixture Extracts -
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  • Journal title : Herbal Formula Science
  • Volume 23, Issue 1,  2015, pp.67-76
  • Publisher : The Korean Journal of Oriental Medical Prescription
  • DOI : 10.14374/HFS.2015.23.1.067
 Title & Authors
Frequency Analysis of Clinical Prescriptions in the Korean Medicine Hospital Pusan National University based on Herb Weight Ratio(1) - Focusing on Insured Herbal Mixture Extracts -
Heo, Kwang-ho; Hwang, Eui-hyoung; Lee, Byung-wook;
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 Abstract
Objectives : This Study aims to search for the actual prescriptions worth being Insured Herbal Mixture Extracts(IHME), which frequently used frequently in the clinical settings by comparing clinical prescriptions with the list of prescriptions covered under the national health insurance system. Methods : By making comparisons of the herb weight ratios of IHME with those recorded in EMR, the frequency is measured on the basis of the IHME and the frequency indication is computed for the clinical prescriptions with lower level of differences. Results & Conclusions : On the basis of the details of the clinical prescriptions used at the EMR, we have found out that many clinical prescriptions of EMR are similar for banhasasim-tang, banhabaekchulcheonmatang, bojungikgi-tang and jaeumganghwa-tang in the national health insurance system. And we could analyze indications of those prescriptions. So, if we can make a similarity criteria of prescriptions and this methods are used at nationwide research, we will be able to obtain a satisfactory result in study, medical industry and clinics.
 Keywords
Insured Herbal Mixture Extracts;Clinical Prescription;EMR;
 Language
Korean
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