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Cardiovascular eForms
BC CHF flowsheet
Framingham and UKPDS calculators
This is a implementation that draws data from the patients files. The patient should have smoking status, Lipid values, HgA1c for diabetics, and BP stored in the chart in the measurements. The more the merrier. They can be manually added to measurements or added automatically by a HL7 import that is linked to measurements it doesn't matter as long as they are present in "Measurements". **To have measurement populate the form properly you need a OSCAR version dated after about Dec 7th, 2009. ** If your charts are well populated with information the eForms feature e) loading of ALL but ONE value used in the calculations from Oscar if the values are already entered (as appropriate for each form Framingham/UKPDS) - gender - age - BP - total Cholesterol - HDL - smoker - HgA1c f) The ONE value that doesn't populate the Framingham form (and currently defaults to no) is treated hypertension. The ONE value that doesn't autopopulate the UKPDS form is the duration of diabetes (and currently defaults to 0 years) Installation. The js.js file gets loaded as an "image" the other files get loaded as eForms UPDATE Jan 30, 2013 This version autopopulates the FRAM10 measurement as a result. Needs new Framingham.html and js.js as supplied in the zip
University Of Ottawa Heart Institute Quit Smoking 2011
***Update May 8th 2016*** Peter Loewen, the author has updated his online calculator and now has fancy graphs. This update adds a link button to the OSCAR version and when clicked, puts the patients risks into the URL and in conjunction with a greasemonkey script when the online version is opened, it will populate the risks on this version for you. The link can be used without GM but then you need to manually enter the patients risks. *** PERSONALIZED STROKE RISK ASSESSMENT IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (non valvular) - From David Page: Attached is the latest and hopefully the final version of the CHADS VASC eform. Peter Loewen got back to me yesterday and he has upgraded his CHADS2 risk estimates to the BMJ results (if you are interested go to the # next to CHADS VASC and follow that link and it is table 2) This makes some significant changes to the the CHADS2 results! This makes sense to me though as it is a big study compared to the original 2000 patients. He also changed the CHADS VASC risk estimates to the 10 year results I have set the default new agent to Dabigatran 150- you can change this as per your preference. Let me know if you find any errors ---- David ---- Previous Comments ---- The original CHADS VASC study only had 7000 patients and the above one Peter uses has 120 000 patients, so I have changed the numbers to reflect what he used. HOWEVER I do note that the study in the 2011 BMJ also quotes CHADS2 scores which are different to the original data (done on 2000 patients only) and Peter for whatever reason is still using the original results- so I am waiting to hear back from him on this. I have not changed the results on the CHADS2 pending his reply The red Xs on the right select out the portions of the form that will be printed for the patient (my feeling is not to overload the patient with too many options). I have made some default selections, but that can be changed per physician preference. The results can be switched from CHADS VASC to CHADS2 by clicking on the respective buttons and the yellow will indicate which it is. The 5 year risk comes from the Framingham data and I think is a useful adjunct to have with the annual risk. The notes section when printed will indicate whether it was CHADS VASC or CHADS2 that was used. Click on the # hyperlink next to CHADSVASC to see the paper Peter is using and it will explain the differences. ---- David
CPR Advisor
Created by David Page -- This pulls from different sources/calculators to help guide patients in their different choices for resuscitation options. This can be a standalone but is also linked to the MOST form.
Home Blood Pressure Monitoring
Created by Chris Sedergreen : Some patients seem to be much more susceptible to labile hypertension or 'white coat syndrome' than others. For some years I've had a paper form for patients to complete at home to monitor their own blood pressures - after I've confirmed that they have a reliable machine that calibrates well with my old fashioned (but foolproof) mercury sphyg. I've now created an eForm version of this which still has to be printed to give to the patient, and then scanned back into the system after completion. (When I get MyOSCAR up and running I hope this won't be necessary.) I've attached relevant documents to this email. Chris.
CVD risk calculator 2015

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