Intervention reports

MediCode give the ability to register an intervention report after a transport. Every transport can hold 1 interventionreport. When the interventionreport is created there show a new tab on the transports page. On this page you can add multiple parameter reports to the interventionreport.

Create an intervention report

When creating a intervention report these fields are fillable.

  • Cause - This is the cause of the injury or the reason why intervention was required. (Required field)
  • Complaint - There are the complaints of the patient. (Required field)
  • Trauma injury - If the injury is a trauma injury, specify where the trauma is. (Required field)
  • Allergies - This is the "allergy" from the AMPLE. (Required field)
  • Medication - This is the "medication" from the AMPLE. (Required field)
  • Medical past - This is the "past" from the AMPLE. (Required field)
  • Last meal - This is the "last meal" from the AMPLE. (Required field)
  • Event - This is the "event" from the AMPLE. (Required field)
  • Oxygen - This is the flow rate of the oxygen in liters/minute (value between 0 and 25).
  • Oxygen administration - This is method of the oxygen administration.
  • Airway - This is the method of airway management.
  • Stabilisation - This is the method of stabilisation.
  • CPR time - This is the time of CPR in minutes.
  • AED shocks - These are the number of shocks during the CPR.
  • Notes - These are some additional notes.

Parameter reports

After the interventionreport is created you can add parameter reports. You can add as many parameter reports as you like to a interventionreport.

Create an parameter report

When adding a parameter report these fields are fillable.

  • Heart rate - This is the heart rate of the patient (in beats/minute).
  • Heart rate regular - This determines whether the heart rate is regular or not.
  • Heart rate weak - This determines whether the heart rate is weak or strong.
  • Oxygen saturation - This is the oxygen saturation (SpO2) of the patient. (in %).
  • Glycaemia - This is the glycaemia of the patient. (in mg/dl).
  • Temperature - This is the temperature of the patient. (in °C).
  • Respiratory rate - This is the respiratory rate of the patient. (in breaths/minute).
  • Systolic BP - This is the systolic bloodpressure of the patient. (in mmHg).
  • Diastolic BP - This is the diastolic bloodpressure of the patient. (in mmHg).
  • GCS Eye response - This is the eye response of the Glasgow coma scale.
  • GCS Verbal response - This is the verbal response of the Glasgow coma scale.
  • GCS Motor response - This is the motor response of the Glasgow coma scale.
  • AVPU - This determines whether the patient is "Alert", "Verbal", "Pain" or "Unresponsive"
  • NRS Pain scale - This numeric pain rating scale. 0 is for no pain, 10 is for very heavy pain
  • Pupils - This determines whether the pupils are normal or not.
  • Pupils equal - This determines whether the pupils are equal or not.
  • Pupils responsive - This determines whether the pupils react to light or not.
  • Notes - These are some additional notes.