Entering Respiratory Exam Information


Concept


Steps:

  1. Begin by navigating to the Respiratory Exam Addr/Phone page.

     

    Click the Campus Community link.

    Step 1
  2. Click the Personal Information link.

    Step 2
  3. Click the Health Information link.

    Step 3
  4. Click the Respiratory Exam link.

    Step 4
  5. Enter the desired information into the ID field. Enter

     a valid value
     e.g.
     "0058"
    .

    Step 5
  6. Click the Search button.

    Step 6
  7. Use the Respiratory Exam Addr/Phone page to enter the examiner's address and phone data, and the date and type of respiratory exam.

    Step 7
  8. Use the Exam Date field to enter the date when the exam was administered. The default is the system's current date. You can override this date if needed. In this example, retain the default date.

    Step 8
  9. Click the Exam Type list.

    Step 9
  10. Click the Annual list item.

    Step 10
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. In this example, the ID for the physician is in the database.

     

    Enter the desired information into the Physician ID field. Enter

     a valid value
     e.g.
     "00000000012"
    .

    Step 13
  14. Click in any field to refresh the page.

     

    Click in the Phone field.

    Step 14
  15. Notice that the name and address information for this physician display.

    Step 15
  16. Enter the desired information into the Phone field. Enter

     a valid value
     e.g.
     "9255557744"
    .

    Step 16
  17. Click the Exam Details tab.

    Step 17
  18. Use the Exam Details page to enter the respiratory exam details, including results, referrals, and comments.

    Step 18
  19. The Smoker check box on this page is an HRMS-only option.

    Step 19
  20. Use the Date of Exposure field to enter the date when this individual was exposed to a contaminant or condition, causing the need for this exam.

     

    Enter the desired information into the Date of Exposure field. Enter

     a valid value
     e.g.
     "05/25/2007"
    .

    Step 20
  21. Select the Baseline check box to indicate that this exam is the baseline for tracking the individual's respiratory condition over time.

    Step 21
  22. Use the Exposure Type field to enter the type of exposure that the individual endured (for example, biohazard, chemicals, or dust).

     

    Click the Exposure Type list.

    Step 22
  23. Click the High Atmosphere list item.

    Step 23
  24. If the individual was exposed to a containment, you would define the specific containment in the Containment Agent field.

    Step 24
  25. If contamination is an issue, use the Business Unit field to enter the business unit or department that was responsible at the time of the exposure or contamination.

     

    Use the Location Code field to enter the location where the contamination took place.

    Step 25
  26. Use the Referral field to define the place or people to which this individual is referred (Optometrist, Employee Assistance Program, Hospital, and so on) for further examination or treatment.

     

    In this example, the effects of the high altitude was nominal, so no further treatment is required.

     

    Click the Referral list.

    Step 26
  27. Click the None Required list item.

    Step 27
  28. Click the Save button.

    Step 28

You have successfully recorded basic information about a respiratory examination.

 

To summarize, recording details, such as respiratory problems, the contaminants, and the location where contamination occurred, helps maintain data about an individual's respiratory health. You can also use this data to impose checks on contamination-prone areas. 

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