(Patient Profile) Patient Summary

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Synoptic View

Figure 1: Patient Summary

Watch Video 3: Patient Summary & Monitoring charts
On the left side of the patient's profile, below the demographics and status header, you can find the Patient Summary, providing a synoptic view of the patient’s health status. The following medical information is summarized as depicted in Figure 1:


The labeled number in the orange boxes indicates the number of observations per category.

You can expand and/ or collapse the provided information by clicking on the respective panel's title.

By clicking the + button in the Treatment and Symptoms panels, you trigger the corresponding modal window for updating the relevant information.


Monitoring Charts

In the right side of the patient profile, vital signs and severity indices timeline charts render in a graphical manner the patient’s clinical status over time.

Watch Video 3: Patient Summary & Monitoring charts

Vital Signs Chart

Figure 2: Vital Signs graph


Vital Signs chart renders the ten most recent vital signs measurements. The latest chart update appears on the top right corner as depicted in Figure 2. Next to the timestamp, the Add Vital Signs button triggers the modal window for adding new measurements.

Heart Rate is presented as an orange line chart that indicates the trend of the patient’s heart rate for the last 10 measurements. The horizontal axis (x-axis) shows the date and time of each specific measurement and the vertical axis (y axis) on the left of the graph shows the Heart Rate values as beats per minute (bpm).

Respiratory rate is presented as a dark blue line chart that indicates the trend of the patient’s respiratory rate for the last 10 measurements. The horizontal axis (x-axis) shows the date and time of each specific measurement and the vertical axis (y axis) on the left of the graph shows the Respiratory rate as percentage.

Temperature is presented as a blue line chart that indicates the trend of the patient’s temperature for the last 10 measurements. The horizontal axis (x-axis) shows the days and the vertical axis (y axis) on the right of the graph shows the Temperature values as Celsius degrees.

Systolic blood pressure is presented as a red bar charts that indicate the patient’s systolic blood pressure for the last 10 measurements. The horizontal axis (x-axis) shows the date and time of each specific measurement and the vertical axis (y axis) on the left of the graph shows the Systolic blood pressure as millimeter of mercury (mmHg).

Diastolic blood pressure is presented as a green bar charts that indicate the patient’s diastolic blood pressure for the last 10 measurements. The horizontal axis (x-axis) shows the date and time of each specific measurement and the vertical axis (y axis) on the left of the graph shows the Diastolic blood pressure as millimeter of mercury (mmHg).

If you click on the legend of a specific Vital Sign chart (e.g. Heart Rate legend) on the top of the graph you will be able to disable that line chart. It you click the label again, then the Heart Rate line graph will be enabled again. The same stands for Temperature, Systolic and Diastolic blood pressure. This will help you of better understanding of the trend of each vital sign during the last 10 measurements.

PaO2/FiO2 chart

Figure 3: PaO2/FiO2, SpO2% and SpO2/FiO2 ratio charts

Figure 3 [left part] depicts the PaO2/FiO2 ratio , an index of arterial oxygenation efficiency that corresponds to ratio of partial pressure of arterial O2 to the fraction of inspired O2. The latter index is used in the computation of ARDS severity. On the top right of the graph you can see the latest update date and time.

If you click on the chart legend PaO2/FiO2 ratio on the top of the graph you will be able to disable that line chart. Once you will click on the same label again the graph will be enabled again.

SpO2(%) and SpO2/FiO2 Chart

Figure 3 [right part] depicts the SpO2(%) in Green color and the SpO2/FiO2 ratio in Blue color. The left Y-Axis corresponds to the SpO2(%) while the Y-axis on the right captures the SpO2/FiO2 ratio values. The horizontal axis (X-axis) shows the date and time of the measurements. On the top right of the graph the date and time of the most recent update is recorded.

If you click on the chart legend SpO2 on the top of the graph you will be able to disable that line chart. Once you click on the same label again, the graph will be enabled again. The same stands for SpO2/FiO2 chart legend.