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sean [Substitute Vaccine Brands in a Schedule]
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sean [How to Substitute Vaccine Brands]
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 ===== How to Substitute Vaccine Brands ===== ===== How to Substitute Vaccine Brands =====
  
-After creating a vaccine schedule and administrating the first dose in the schedule the patient ​returns ​at the appropriate ​time for the next administration. For whatever reason you wish to use an alternative but equivalent brand.+After creating a vaccine schedule and administrating the first dose in the schedulethe patient ​will return ​at the appropriate ​day for the next administration. For whatever reasonyou wish to use an alternative but equivalent brand of vaccine.
  
-  * Start a consultation that contains the [[vaccine_administration|Vaccine Administration]] step +  * Start a consultation that contains the [[vaccine_administration|Vaccine Administration]] step. 
-  * On the Vaccine Administration step click the Substitute link beside the Vaccine. ((**Note** this link only appears if this is the 2nd or subsequent administrationit never appears for single dose schedules. ​Use the 'Edit Vaccine Schedule'​ link to select the desired brand if this is the first administration of this vaccine and you wish to change brands ))+  * On the Vaccine Administration stepclick the Substitute link beside the Vaccine. ((**Note** this link only appears if this is the 2nd or subsequent administrationit never appears for single dose schedules.)) 
 +    * Note: use the 'Edit Vaccine Schedule'​ link to select the desired brand if this is the first administration of this vaccine and you wish to change brands.))
 {{::​subsitute_vaccine_pre-change.png|}} {{::​subsitute_vaccine_pre-change.png|}}
-  * After clicking '​Substitute'​ a dialog appears displaying a list of other vaccines that protect against the same disease. The list may also include vaccines that provide cover against additional diseases. You should use your own local policies and guidelines when using this feature as it has certain limitations as described in the footer and on the dialog (( Please note Inca Clinic does not assess the viability or appropriateness of the vaccines listed here as legitmate substitutes. Disease cover is calculated based on the vaccine initially scheduled and takes no account of cover provided by the substitute. It is strongly advised that you use this feature with monovalent vaccines only. Please use your local policies and guidelines when choosing a substitute vaccine. )) +  * After clicking '​Substitute'​a dialog appears displaying a list of other vaccines that protect against the same disease. The list may also include vaccines that provide cover against additional diseases. You should use your own local policies and guidelines when using this feature as it has certain limitations as described in the footer ​of this help page and also on the on-screen ​dialog.(( Please note Inca Clinic does not assess the viability or appropriateness of the vaccines listed here as legitmate substitutes. Disease cover is calculated based on the vaccine initially scheduled and takes no account of cover provided by the substitute. It is strongly advised that you use this feature with monovalent vaccines only. Please use your local policies and guidelines when choosing a substitute vaccine. ))
-  * {{::​select_substitute_vaccine.png|}} +
-  * Select the alternative vaccine  +
-  * Press '​Save'​+
  
-The existing vaccine brand is substituted and you can administer the substitute vaccine and set batch numbers like any other vaccine. On the Vaccine Cover page any vaccine with have an asterisk ​appended to it indicates a substitute has been used. The tooltip provides the details as does the [[patient_page|Patient Summary Report]]+{{::​select_substitute_vaccine.png|}} 
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 +  * Select the alternative vaccine you decide to use. 
 +  * Press '​Save'​. 
 + 
 +The existing vaccine brand is substituted and you can administer the substitute vaccine and set the batch number, as with any other vaccine. On the Vaccine Cover page an __asterisk__ ​appended to a vaccine ​indicates ​that a substitute has been used. The tooltip provides the detailsas does the [[patient_page|Patient Summary Report]].
  
 {{::​vaccine_cover_with_substitute_tooltip.png?​800|}} {{::​vaccine_cover_with_substitute_tooltip.png?​800|}}
substitute_vaccine.txt · Last modified: 2013/05/01 09:57 by sean
 
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