Events can be used to specify important dates in the patient’s history. Audiqueen contains a preconfigured tree of commonly used event types. Events will appear in the chronological list of a patient’s test results. This allows for instance the comparison of pre- and post-operative test results. These events can also be used afterwards as anchor points for data analysis and statistics.
Surgical events appear as check points (red lines) in the chronology of the test results.
Some events come with even details. If entered, they can be used for data analysis and statistics.
Example of event details, in this case details of cochlear implant surgery
Event types can be defined as surgical or non-surgical (e.g. date of mainstreaming, start of chemotherapy, end of speech therapy, etc.). Surgical interventions will appear highlighted.
The user can manually define his own types of events.
Module to manage surgical and non-surgical events.
Details can be added to event types. This makes it possible to save surgical details of a surgery.
Details can be specified per side. The side of the event
is highlighted by a slightly lighter background.
Event details can be viewed in the result grid in the same way as result details.