The Clinical Drawer function allows you to use an anatomy image from our library to draw and annotate on. You also have the option to upload an image yourself to modify for the patient file. This tutorial will go through the various functions of the Clinical Drawer, and how to manage the drawings.
Within the patient record, click on the Clinical tab.
Click on Clinical Drawings
You will be taken to the Clinical Drawings screen for that patient's clinical record.
Checking the box next to a drawing will reveal a list of options. There is also the Filter and Search functions on the right as shown.
To Search for a Clinical Drawing, click the Search box and type in a Keyword.
Press Enter, and the system will display a list of the closest matches in the Comments field.
To Create a New Clinical Drawing, click New Clinical Drawing to open the clinical drawer.
You will be brought to the Clinical Drawer window.
There are three categories of images in the Clinical Drawer.
Images that are uploaded to this category are different to the pre-loaded images.
Images that are uploaded to this category may not be for clinical relevance.
These are where the anatomy images are stored.
In the interests of this tutorial, we will use an image from the External category to demonstrate
Select External. You will see numerous images to pick from here. For example:
You have a variety of tools to modify your drawing. In this case, we will draw a red circle on the toe.
If you need to clear any modifications, click on Clear Artboard. Note that this will clear ALL modifications made.
Click Comments and type in any relevant clinical notes or comments.
You will also note the two tick-boxes underneath the drawing: checking the Add to Today's Notes tick-box will append the drawing in your current consultation. Furthermore, click the Confidential tick-box will make the drawing confidential (i.e. only you can see it).
Click Save when you are finished.
The newly created clinical drawing will now be visible in the Clinical Drawings summary.
To Open a Clinical Drawing, hover your mouse over the category of the drawing. When the cursor changes to a Finger Pointer, click the Name of the category.
To edit a Clinical Drawing, click the tick-box next to the name to reveal a list of options. Click Edit to open the clinical drawer.
When editing a drawing, the Location and Body Part cannot be altered. Editing is limited to the drawing Tools and Colours, and Clinical Notes/Comments.
Review or edit the clinical drawing as required, and click Save to apply the changes.
To delete a Clinical Drawing (or multiple), click the Tick-box next to the name to reveal a list of options and select Delete.
Click Yes to acknowledge the drawing will be deleted.
To deactivate a Clinical Drawing (or multiple), click the Tick-box next to the name to reveal a list of options. Click Status to reveal a drop-down list, and click Deactivate.
Note: Deactivating a clinical drawing does not delete it. The drawing will be removed from the summary, and placed in the Inactive list, which can be located by using the Filter.
To activate a Clinical Drawing, switch to the list of Inactive drawings by using the Filter.
Click the Tick-box next to the name to reveal a list of options. Click Status to reveal a drop-down list, and click Activate.
To Print a Clinical Drawing, click the Tick-box next to the name to reveal a list of options. Click More, and then click Print to open a print preview.
Check to make sure the drawing is going to the right printer in Destination, select Layout and Colour if required, and then click Print.
You've completed another MediRecords Tutorial. You should now be able to use the Clinical Drawer function in your consultations. If this is not what you're looking for, head back to our knowledge base and search for another article.
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