Nursing Informatics

Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) / Nursing Informatics Reading and Sharing

The abbreviation RDBMS refers to relational database management system. RDBMS is a system that uses a relational model to manage data. The relational model was developed by Codd and utilizes a table structure with each item within the table having a distinct identifier. The tables comprise unique rows (records) and columns (fields). The tables (which comprise the relationship) can be manipulated and mined to create new tables from the data that are present.

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