Difference between revisions of "(Patient Profile) EHR - Symptoms"

From COVID-19 CY National eHealth Platform of the Ministry of Health for Inpatient and Home-monitoring and Treatment
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 6: Line 6:
 
<p align ="justify"> The Symptoms Section is organized in a Table with five entries, as shown in Figure 1:  
 
<p align ="justify"> The Symptoms Section is organized in a Table with five entries, as shown in Figure 1:  
 
<ul  style="overflow:auto; padding:0 0 0 0em;">  
 
<ul  style="overflow:auto; padding:0 0 0 0em;">  
*'''Date and Time''' that each symptom was recorded shown in 1st column
+
*'''Date and Time''' that each set of symptoms was recorded is shown in 1st column
 
*'''Constitutional''' recorded symptoms are presented in 2nd column
 
*'''Constitutional''' recorded symptoms are presented in 2nd column
 
*'''Upper Respiratory''' recorded symptoms are presented in 3nd column
 
*'''Upper Respiratory''' recorded symptoms are presented in 3nd column

Revision as of 05:38, 16 April 2020

  • Figure 1: EHR – Symptoms
  • Figure 2: EHR – Symptoms - Update Symptoms

The Symptoms Section is organized in a Table with five entries, as shown in Figure 1:

    • Date and Time that each set of symptoms was recorded is shown in 1st column
    • Constitutional recorded symptoms are presented in 2nd column
    • Upper Respiratory recorded symptoms are presented in 3nd column
    • Lower Respiratoryrecorded symptoms are presented in 4th column
    • Gastrointestinal recorded symptoms are presented in 5th column
    • Neurological recorded symptoms are presented in 6th column


Once you click the button Update Symptoms button located on the top right part of the Symptoms table, you see a modal (pop-up) window that shows the supported options for each symptom's category as depicted in Figure 2. When you press the Save button a new row in Symptoms table will be added accompanied with the current date and time.