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ITU Logbook v1.7

Author:Mark Barley [Send Author Email]
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November 18, 2007
Description:**NEW UPDATE: 18/11/07** A useful ITU logbook designed for all Critical Care trainees, especially those with an interest in an ITU career. Makes extensive use of FORMS for ease and speed of data entry. As well as basic demographics, it also allows detailing of progression of disease, and interventions, APACHE Scoring, airway, mode of ventilation, inotropes and type of Cardiac Ooutput monitoring and Renal support. Of cause procedures and supervision are also loggable! There is an "EVENTS" Tab, which allows a note on changes in condition. Importantly, you can keep a track of patients reviewed on the ward (but not admitted), and log the degree of involvment with the patients (from "Routine Care" to "Emergency intervention". This has been deliberately made as a "Logbook", rather than an Electronic Patient Record (of which there are several on this site).
Has Data:Yes
Has Forms:Yes
Filters:Extensive use of "Views" allows filtering of results into several catagories - Demographic, Respiratory Support, Cardiovascular Support, Procedures, Outcomes, Current Patients and Ward Reviews, can also have time-filtered lists of activity for different ITU attachments.
Reports:A number of small updates since v1.6, please see the README file! MTAS job titles incorporated.
Comments:I am very receptive to any comments, and aim to ultimately allow detailed reporting and printing to suppliment professional training requiremnts. PLEASE READ THE !!LOGBOOK README!!
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.3.0x or greater
File:itu_log_1.7.zip          Downloads: This Month 6 / Total* 2046
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename itu_log_1.7.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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11/29/2005 Intensive Care Logbook v1.4 [Medical]
A useful ITU logbook designed for all Critical Care trainees, especially those with an interest in an ITU career. Makes extensive use of FORMS for ease and speed of data entry. As well as basic demographics, it also allows detailing of progression of disease, and interventions, APACHE Scoring, airway, mode of ventilation, inotropes and type of Cardiac Ooutput monitoring and Renal support. Of cause procedures and supervision are also loggable! There is an "EVENTS" Tab, which allows a note on changes in condition. Importantly, you can keep a track of patients reviewed on the ward (but not admitted), and log the degree of involvment with the patients (from "Routine Care" to "Emergency intervention". This has been deliberately made as a "Logbook", rather than an Electronic Patient Record (of which there are several on this site).