(Patient Profile) EHR - Laboratory

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In this section, the laboratory information is organized in four sub-sections, each one shown as a table. All these tables have the same format, which show in the first column the test name, in the second column the reference values of the respective tests and the third column and on, the actual values are displayed in chronological order. Every actual value that lies outside the reference ranges appears in red font colour.

Infection-related Indices

Figure 1: EHR - Daily Monitoring tab - Infection-related Indices


In the Infection-related Indices section each column entry corresponds to an Infection-related Index measurement:

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


The Infection-related Indices are displayed in a chronological order, starting from the most recent. Normal reference values are given in the 2nd column in Figure 4 while actual values start from the 3rd column.
Every actual value that lies outside the reference ranges appears in red font colour. Please note that you cannot add/update these values since they are directly drawn from LIS system.

Also the valid ranges are available in Terminology.

Coagulation Function

Figure 2: 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 5 while actual values start from the 3rd column.
Every actual value that lies outside the reference ranges appears in red font colour. Please note that you cannot add/update these values since they are directly drawn from LIS system.

Also the valid ranges are available in Terminology.

Hematologic

Figure 3: EHR - Laboratory - Hematologic


As can be seen in Figure 3 the Hematologic table shows the hematologic laboratory measurements of the patient as inputted directly from the Laboratory Information System of the Hospital.

Also, the valid ranges are available in Terminology.












Biochemical

Figure 4: EHR - Laboratory - Biochemical


As can be seen in Figure 4 the Biochemical table shows the biochemical laboratory measurements of the patient as inputted directly from the Laboratory Information System of the Hospital.

Also, the valid ranges are available in Terminology.