Nurse Visit Details Screen

Modified on Thu, Apr 20, 2023 at 12:33 PM

Nurse Visit Details

The (updated) Nurse Visit Details screen includes the following information:

The header area includes the student's Visit history (i.e. counts) for the present year and for all prior years in the district ("Historical"), the student's list of Conditions, the "Health Record" Comments field, and a list of all of the student's prescriptions.  

Clicking on a medication (e.g. "ADVAIR"), brings up a "dispense" chart for that medication:

This allows you to dispense the medication within the context of the visit and record the time & dosage.

This is the basic information of the Visit.  The School defaults to the school currently selected in the screen header.  

The Nurse is linked to the user login and automatically inserted.

The date and arrival time are inserted by the 'create visit' function, as is the first reason which is required.   The two additional Reasons are optional.

The Category defaults to whatever is set in the Nurse's preferences.  

The options for the Category drop down are located in the NURSE_VISIT_CATEGORIES codes table.

Treatment information:


The Body Parts and Treatments fields are all optional.  

The options for the Body Parts and Treatments drop downs are located in the NURSE_BODY_PARTS and NURSE_TREATMENTS codes tables, respectively.

The "Med Given" field is auto-populated if you click on one of the medications listed in the information area:


Vitals & Athletic Status Information

The Vitals are all optional.  The "Current Athletic Status" inforation is controlled on the student's Athletic Status screen (Student Data->Modify Student->Medical->Athletic Status).

Visit Disposition information is at bottom left.  

DCPP Screen

This screen can capture comments and observations regarding DCPP issues in regard to this student and this visit.

(formerly DYFS.)

Observations Screen

The Visit Observations screen allows you to create repeated, timed Observations.  

This is useful if you holding a student in your office for a prolonged period of time.

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