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Table 1 Patterns for extracting dosage form evidence sentences

From: Automatic identification and normalization of dosage forms in drug monographs

Pattern Description Example sentences
P1 [...] come as [...] Sentence contains the phrase 'come as' or its variants. Ophthalmic ciprofloxacin comes as a solution (liquid) and an ointment to apply to the eyes.(from monograph 'Ciprofloxacin Ophthalmic')
P2 [...] come in [...] Sentence contains the phrase 'come in' or its variants. Golimumab injection comes in prefilled syringes and auto-injection devices.(from monograph 'Golimumab injection')
P3 ^[t i ] [...] where, t i I = {t 1 ,...t q - 1 } The first term of sentence is an ingredient term in title. Nicotine gum is used by mouth as a chewing gum and should not be swallowed.(from monograph 'Nicotine gum')
P4 ^[the]medication [...] The subject of sentence is 'medication' or its variants modified by a determiner. The medication will be added to an intravenous fluid that will drip through a needle or catheter placed in your vein for 60 minutes two or three times a day.(from monograph 'Quinupristin and Dalfopristin Injection')
P5 ^[the]drug [...] The subject of sentence is 'drug' or its variants modified by a determiner. The drug is taken by mouth in capsule form.(from monograph 'Lomustine')
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