SNOMED CT is a globally recognized and comprehensive clinical terminology that enables standardized representation and exchange of clinical information. It is a key component of electronic health records and other applications such as clinical decision support, clinical data analytics, and reporting.
The content of SNOMED CT is split across a set of tab-delimited release files (RF2 file structure) that contain the concepts, descriptions, relationships, and other components of the terminology. The data in these files follows a logical model (content model, object model) that represents the low-level view of how the terminology is structured internally.
I've built this tool to provide a convenient way to explore the logical model of SNOMED CT used to represent, store, and distribute the terminology's content. To aid in the understanding of the model, the browser displays the classes as TypeScript-like type definitions (as an object model). You can see the description of each property by clicking on the purple links and navigate to the referenced classes by following the blue links.