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vaccine_scheduler [2012/03/27 15:07]
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vaccine_scheduler [2013/01/02 13:52] (current)
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 ====== Vaccine Scheduler ====== ====== Vaccine Scheduler ======
  
-The Vaccine Scheduler ​page allows you to select the vaccines that will be administered to a patient. +This page has been updated see: [[vaccine_scheduler_new|Vaccine Scheduler]]
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-{{:vaccine_scheduler_nov_2011.png?​1000px|Vaccine Scheduling}} +
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-Under the //Vaccines to be Considered//​ header you will find some vaccines which Inca Clinic has listed because of a link between some diseases, the countries being visited, and the patient'​s planned behaviours (details such as the activities being planned, the accommodation type, and so on).   +
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-**The information presented here should only be used and interpreted by a suitably qualified medical person. No responsibility is taken by Incaplex for a communicable disease which is present in a country on the travellers itinerary but is not listed here. Please refer to the [[medical_configuration|Inca Configuration]] topic for more details. **  +
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-===== Adding a Vaccine ===== +
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-To add a vaccine, simply click on it. The //Info Grid// panel will then show the schedules that are available for that vaccine. Press the //Add// button to add the selected schedule to the patient'​s overall schedule of vaccines: +
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-{{:​vaccine_selector_nov_2011.png|Select a Vaccine Schedule}} +
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-Note the small warning triangles to the left of the Twinrix and Revarix vaccines. In this case, these appear because the patient has an allergy to aluminium. Mousing over the triangles shows the warning message. Naturally, you must use your medical knowledge and information from the patient to decide if selecting these vaccines is appropriate. +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_warning_triangle_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler warning triangle}} +
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-===== Details of a Patient'​s Schedule ===== +
-When each of Twinrix, Typherix, Revarix and Rabies HDVC have been added to a patient'​s schedule, the Vaccine Scheduler panel will look as follows: +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_schedule_-_23_july_2011.png|}} +
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-Each of the V shapes shows when an administration is required. ​ You can use the //Add day to schedule// button to add further days, and you can drag-and-drop some of the existing V shapes to the new day, or create new ones. +
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-As an example, we can combine the day 28 (Rabies HDVC administration) and day 30 (Twinrix administration) into a single day. The picture below shows day 28 being dragged to the day 30 line: +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_moving_day_28_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler moving an administration}} +
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-This will result in the following schedule: +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_moved_day_28_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler moved administration}} +
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-More examples are given later, showing how to add and remove administrations. +
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-===== The Validate button ===== +
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-The //​Validate//​ button can be used to bring warnings to your attention: for example, +
-  * contraindications,​ +
-  * to warn if you have added or removed an administration so that there are then too many or too few administrations for a vaccine, +
-  * if you have moved an administration outside of some tolerance. +
-You are able to use the //Accept// button to remove any warning, naturally if you consider it safe to do so. +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_validate_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler validate}} +
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-You can use the //​Highlight//​ button to show the line in the schedule that the warning is referring to. +
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-Finally, press //Save// to save the patient'​s schedule. +
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-===== Using the Disease List ===== +
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-By selecting one of the diseases from the list on the left hand side, it expands to a set of vaccines that provide cover for that disease. +
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-{{:​vaccine_schedule_-_disease_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler picking a vaccine by disease}} +
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-You can then use the //Info Grid// to choose a schedule for the chosen vaccine. +
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-===== Further Examples of Changing a Patient'​s Schedule ===== +
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-You can delete an administration by mousing over it, and then pressing the - (minus) sign that appears: +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_delete_an_administration_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler delete an administration}} +
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-You can add an administration by mousing over an empty space, and then pressing the + (plus) sign that appears: +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_add_an_administration_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler add an administration}} +
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-Alternatively - and more quickly - you can simply double-click on an administration to delete it; and double-click on an empty space to add an administration. +
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-You can also select an entire line and move it up or down. +
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-===== Delete a Vaccine from a Patient'​s Schedule ===== +
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-You can delete a vaccine from a patient'​s schedule by mousing over the vaccine name, and the pressing the - (minus) sign that appears: +
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-{{:​vaccine_scheduler_-_delete_a_vaccine_-_23_july_2011.png|Vaccine Scheduler delete a vaccine}} +
vaccine_scheduler.txt · Last modified: 2013/01/02 13:52 by richard
 
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