Clinical Tutorial - Part 5: Allergies
In part five of the Clinical Tutorial, you will learn how to add, edit or delete a patient's allergies.
When you open a patient's dashboard, an allergy summary is displayed at the top of the record.
The Allergies module in Clinical displays a summary of the patient's allergies. Here you can also add new, and edit or delete existing allergies.
To Filter the list of Allergies, click Filter to reveal drop-down list, and click to refine the list by Severity.
To Search for Allergies, click the Search box and type in a Keyword. Press Enter and the system will display a list of the closest matches.
To Add a New Allergy, click New Allergy to open the new allergy form.
Click Select Product to reveal a drop-down list of the type of products with allergens.
Click to select the Type of Product the patient is allergic to.
To search for an allergen in the database, click the Search box and type in a Keyword from the name.
The system will automatically display a list of the closest matches below.
Click to select the Name of the Allergen.
Select the Nature of Reaction and Severity.
Add any additional Warnings as required, and click Save.
The newly created allergy will now be visible in the Allergies summary.
To Open an Allergy, hover your mouse over the name of the allergy. When the cursor changes to a Finger Pointer, click the Name of the allergy.
To Edit an Allergy, click the Tick-box next to the name to reveal a list options. Click Edit to edit the allergy.
Update the form with all the required details, and click Save to apply the changes.
Any changes made will be reflected in the Allergies summary.
To Delete an Allergy, click the Tick-box next to the name to reveal a list of options. Click Delete to permanently delete the allergy.
Click Yes to acknowledge the allergy will be deleted.
To Delete Multiple Allergies at Once, click the Tick-boxes next to the names of the allergies being deleted. Click Delete to permanently delete the allergies.
Click Yes to acknowledge the allergies will be deleted.
This concludes part five of the Clinical Tutorial.