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Handylog Anaesthetic Logbook

Author:Roger Laishley [Send Author Email]

September 11, 2002
Description:Anaesthesia Logbook which will allow the data to be accurately imported into the Desktop PC Royal College of Anaesthetists (UK) logbook by Hammond and McIndoe. The logbook has linked databases which makes it easier to enter data than in the "College HanDBase logbook" offered above. Version 2: fixed "operation import" error and extra fields for the college logbook V2. Also extended text file with instructions for importing data. This logbook is intended for use with older versions of the UK College PC Logbook and HanDBase prior to version3. N.B. For the latest version intended for use with the RCA logbook v3 together with HanDBase v3 please see HandyLogbook v3.3 entered lower down.
Has Data:Yes
Has Forms:No
Filters:Operation Critical Incident
Comments:Submitted as a zip file. Contains four databases and a text file. The main 'handylog' database is linked to 3 others for critical incident, procedure and operation entries. Resubmitted Version 2 30/1/2002 to fix minor errors Version 3 submitted separately for those wishing to use the updated version 3 logbook for the PC from the RCA UK
Version:HanDBase v.2.7x or greater
File:handylog_v2.zip          Downloads: This Month 86 / Total* 2394
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename handylog_v2.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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