Australian Medicines Terminology v2.0

The Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) is the national terminology to identify medicines used in Australia, using unique codes to deliver unambiguous, accurate and standardised names for both branded (trade) and generic (medicinal) products.

End products superseded by

A new version has been released for this end product

Please refer to Australian Medicines Terminology v2 - Common v1.0 or refer to the Release History for all releases of this End Product.

Identifier: 
EP-1138:2011
Date: 
23-12-2011
Type: 
application/zip
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Size: 
3.99 MB

Product Components

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-0867:2012

All SNOMED CT-AU and AMT resources, including implementation collateral, are now available to download from the document library on the National Clinical Term

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-0815:2011

All SNOMED CT-AU and AMT resources, including implementation collateral, are now available to download from the document library on the National Clinical Term

Product component
Identifier: 
NEHTA-0168:2008

The Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) delivers standard identification of branded and generically equivalent medicines and their components. It also provides standard naming conventions and terminology to accurately describe medications.

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NEHTA-1174:2010

This document explains the release cycle and versioning for National Clinical Terminology and Information Service (NCTIS) terminology products.

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Identifier: 
NEHTA-0851:2011

The AMT Editorial Rules (v2 model) has been updated to reflect a number of changes. The Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) delivers standard identification of branded and generically equivalent medicines and their components.

Release history

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