The dispensing sentry is a component of the Feedboard. In real time, information is relayed to the nurse concerning how long ago a prescription item was last administered, and how long ahead until the next dose. Feedboards, conveying information relevant to each, is also implemented for most other departments in SwiftPractice
SwiftPractice features a standard partograph for monitoring intrapartum progress and feto-maternal condition. All the staff need to do is enter the periodic clinical findings, and SwiftPractice will create the appropriate composite graph, with several relevant annotations. An option exists to choose between the ‘WHO’ and regular partographs
This tool shows a portion of an inpatients list, showing a pop up editor for the nursing duty shift report. An option exists to choose between full freetext entry, and hourly entry of client condition and care reports.
SwiftPractice features a fluid charting tool, with an intake vs output presentation. A combo-suggest features enables a quicker, easier entry of fluid data. Fluid balances are automatically computed on 24-hour bases, with the exact timing (in the morning) of change over to the next day being an option (7AM in this case)
Current inpatients are presented on a live grid. This provides quick access to common admission tasks, including: duty reports, vital signs, fluid charts, delivery records (applicable to females), treatment sheets, doctors’ notes, billing tasks, etc
SwiftPractice generates an up-to-date concise of which patients are on which beds at any particular point in time, including any new admissions or discharges or births or mortalities. The corollary of this is: which rooms are occupied by which patient. (You can rewind infinitely to any date)
This view shows portions of vital signs records for a particular in-patient. Views exist to track a particular patient’s progress, as well as to overview all existing inpatients for a given date. A dynamic graph plots the records automatically, and can be filtered to display only the required parameter, in this case, ‘Temperature’.