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The main screen has all patients in a sortable list. The list can be filtered by several parameters and it can be sorted. The patients are also displayed according to their location\cage. Both views are very handy and allow your patient's medical record to be found quickly.
The patient record page has a concise summary of the patient at the top that includes the signalment (species, age, etc.), the problem list as well as other important notes about the patient. Each entry in the patient's record is then listed chronologically with all images, radiographs and lab work included.
All imagery (radiographs, endoscopy, hematology, etc) can be easily stored in the system simply by dragging an image file onto the patient's chart. All images are always at your fingertips and can be viewed, zoomed, and exported at any time.
Images can be viewed and you can zoom in on areas of interest.
The weight and body condition score can be viewed graphically. The phrase "a picture is worth a thousand words" really rings true here as it is easy to spot weight problems with the click of a button.
The weights for all birds in a single enclosure can be graphed together so it is easy to spot birds that aren't doing as well. The is especially important during baby season.
Feather status is also displayed graphically so it is very easy to gauge the progress of birds with feather damage or that are waiting for a molt.
Physical therapy sessions are automatically plotted so you can quickly see trends and determine if progress is being made.
CBC results also are more meaningful when viewed graphically. Trends that might be impossible to see with the raw numbers are now easy to spot.
A whole array of meaningful statistics (such as admission numbers, release rates, average days in rehab, etc) are immediately at your fingertips. Track you organization's stats over time and easily spot areas of potential improvement.
Treatment sheets are printed several times a day and they present a concise summary of the patient and the treatments that are required. This is an example entry.
Plot your releases on a Google map. This allows you to plan your bird releases and avoid overcrowding in a particular area.
This screenshot shows RaptorMed running on Macintosh OSX using the Parallels virtual machine software. RaptorMed runs beautifully this way and was actually developed on a MacBook Pro.
© 2010 David Scott, RaptorMed.com