(Patient Profile) EHR - Daily Monitoring

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The Daily Monitoring tab of the patient's EHR is divided in 5 sections namely:

Vital Signs

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Figure 4.12: EHR - Daily Monitoring tab - Vital Signs

In the Vital Signs section each column entry corresponds to a vital sign measurement, displayed in a chronological order, starting from the most recent. Normal reference values are given in the 2nd column in Figure 4.12 while actual values start from the 3rd column. Every actual value that lies outside the laboratory reference ranges appears in red font colour.

The Vital Signs (Mews) table includes the following parameters:

Vital Sign Parameters

-Temperature (°C)
-Respiratory Rate (bpm)
-Heart Rate (bpm)
-Systolic blood pressure (mmHg)
-Diastolic blood pressure (mmHg)
-Urine Output (ml/kg/h)
-SpO2 (%)

Also the valid ranges are available in Terminology.

Using the Add Vital Signs button located on the top right part, a new, Vital Signs measurement can be added in the modal (pop-up) window as can be seen in Figure 4.5.

Arterial Blood Gas (ABG)

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Figure 4.13: EHR - Daily Monitoring tab - Arterial Blood Gases (ABG)

In Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) Section, the Reference Values (2nd column in Figure 4.13) and the actual values (3rd column onwards in Figure 4.13) for each parameter of the ABG test are shown. The values are displayed in chronological order starting with the most recent.

Every actual value that lies outside the reference ranges appears in red font colour.

On the top right part of the Arterial Blood Gas section there is a button named "Add ABG" button which pops-up a new window, as shown in Figure 4.4. The values of the Arterial Blood Gas parameters can be added as a new measurement for the current measurement.

Infection-related Indices

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Figure 4.14: EHR - Daily Monitoring tab - Infection-related Indices

In the Infection-related Indices section each column entry corresponds to a Infection-related Index measurement, displayed in a chronological order, starting from the most recent. Normal reference values are given in the 2nd column in Figure 4.14 while actual values start from the 3rd column.

Infection-related Indices

- hs-CRP (mg/L)
- IL-6 (pg/L)
- ESR (mm/h)
- Serum ferritin (ng/mL)

Also the valid ranges are available in Terminology.


Every actual value that lies outside the reference ranges appears in red font colour.


Coagulation Function

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Figure 4.15: EHR - Daily Monitoring tab - Coagulation Function
In the Coagulation Function section each column entry corresponds to a coagulation function measurement, displayed in a chronological order, starting from the most recent. Normal reference values are given in the 2nd column in Figure 4.15 while actual values start from the 3rd column.

Every actual value that lies outside the reference ranges appears in red font colour.

Glasgow Coma Scale Measures

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Figure 4.16: EHR - Daily Monitoring tab - Glasgow Measures
The parameters of the Glasgow Score are presented on a daily basis. The assessment of the patient based on the total Glasgow Score is also indicated in different colours for Mild, Moderate and Severe (1st column in Figure 4.16). Description on how the Glasgow Score is calculated can be found here. On the top right part of the Glasgow Measures section there is a button named "Add GCS" which pops-up a new window, as shown in Figure 4.6. The values of the Glasgow parameters can be added as a new measurement for the current day.