Begin by navigating to the Audio Exam Addr/Phone page.
Click the Campus Community link.Step 1
Click the Personal Information link.Step 2
Click the Health Information link.Step 3
Click the Audiometric Exam link.Step 4
Enter the desired information into the ID field. Enter
Click the Search button.Step 6
Use the Audio Exam Addr/Phone page to enter the examiner's address and phone data and the date and type of audiometric exam administered.Step 7
Use the Exam Date field to enter the date of the exam. It defaults to the current system date, but can be changed if needed. For this example, use the default date.Step 8
Select the type of exam. In this example, it is an annual exam.
Click the Exam Type list.Step 9
Click the Annual list item.Step 10
Notice that the Next Exam field defaults to one year from the date specified in the Exam Date field based on selecting the exam type of Annual.Step 11
If the ID number of the physician who administered the exam exists in the database, specify it in the Physician ID field. When you specify the physician ID, the name of the physician appears automatically. If the ID number does not exist, you can specify the name of the physician or the specialist who administered the exam in the Physician field.
Click in the Physician ID field.Step 12
In this example, the ID for the physician is in the database.
Enter the desired information into the Physician ID field. Enter
Click in any field to refresh the page.
Click in the Phone field.Step 14
Notice that the name and address information for this physician display.Step 15
Enter the desired information into the Phone field. Enter
Click the Exam Details tab.Step 17
Use the Exam Details page to enter audiometric exam details, including results, referrals, and comments.Step 18
In the Audiometer Serial # field, enter the serial number of the audiometer that is used to administer this exam.
Enter the desired information into the Audiometer Serial # field. Enter
If you select the Baseline check box, it indicates that this exam is the baseline for tracking a person's hearing degradation over time. In this example, you do not need to select this check box because the result of this exam will not be used to keep track of John's hearing exams.Step 20
The fields in the Left Ear and Right Ear regions are used to separately include exam results for both ears. In the Decibels field, you specify the decibel level at which the individual hears the specified frequency. The Trouble Frequency check box is selected for a frequency if a person cannot hear that frequency within the appropriate decibel range.
In this example, the student's hearing tests were normal so you do not need to specify these details.Step 21
Use the Hearing Classification drop-down list to select the classification that describes the results of this exam. Values are Abnormal, Abnormal Shift, Early Loss Indication, and Normal.
Click the Hearing Classification list.Step 22
Click the Normal list item.Step 23
Use the Referral and Comment fields to enter comments to further identify or describe the results of this individual's exam or the specialist to whom the individual is referred.Step 24
Click the Save button.Step 25
You have successfully recorded the details and results of an audiometric exam.
To summarize, use the Audiometric Exam component to record and track basic information for an audiometric exam.
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