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flowchart

  1. a graphic representation of a sequence of COMPUTER operations which is used in presenting computer programs.
  2. a graphic representation of a sequence of production operations. See ACTIVITY CHART.
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Before implementation of the nursing flow sheet on July 2012, a single-page system was used to activate the BAT for patients presenting with the acute onset of neurologic symptoms.
Complete investigations were recorded on flow sheet in 5%(n=10) of the charts (very good).
Taking into consideration the results obtained we have developed a flow sheet involving the combined process of grinding in the centrifugal-rebound mill and hydrocycling (Fig.
Nonetheless, the burn flow sheet, a valuable and necessary tool, is not perfect.
The PFBR flow sheet consists of one top model and one sub model.
Evaluation of the flow sheet and treatment plan will be performed by the primary nurse at three- and six-month intervals and adjustments to the tool will be made as identified with utilization.
Whether you are documenting with a narrative style, using flow sheets or charting by exception, the purpose of documentation is to memorialize what occurred while you took care of your patient and to capture relevant information about the patient's condition and medical history.
Because effectively managing patients with DKA requires close attention to detail, she recommended creating a detailed flow sheet to keep track of laboratory values, vital signs, fluids, dextrose, and insulin rates.
American Data offers a variety of input methods, including infinite menus (point and click), flow sheet (touch screen), charting by picture (touch screen), or combinations of each of these methods.
* Consider using a treatment flow sheet as a means of tracking the patient's course and as a prompt for regular communication with the patient.
Bernoulli can automate the ventilator flow sheet process saving significant clinician time.