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Re: [Gnumed-devel] vaccinations

From: richard terry
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] vaccinations
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2003 13:00:49 +1100
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I just looked in the vaccine fridge. 

The tag is either 'lot' or a (B) presumeably meaning batch. Intersting eh! 
No-one cept me uses serial # so we had better ditch that one!. I'd go for 
Batch # or Lot # for AU.

I'll address the other Q this arvo. 

Going to shut down this machine and put Libranet 2.8.1 on it over lunch time.



On Mon, 8 Dec 2003 12:30 pm, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> > This is the serial number of the vaccine eg A109-cA4.
> Well, sure, I knew that :-))   I was rather pondering a
> linguistic difference. So, I assume you use "serial #" and not
> "batch #" ?  If I recall correctly our vaccines are labelled
> by batch, not by individual ampule/pre-filled syringe. Usually
> all the units in a box have the same "serial #" - which makes
> it a "batch #", at least when looking at the level of
> individual shots given. And of course is it needed. Will check
> our vaccines again, however, when I get back to work. I do
> recall that in some cases (say, MMR, where we have to mix some
> components) we actually have 2 or more batch numbers, namely
> one for each of the components to be mixed ...   However, that
> can be dealt with by putting in more than one ID. The field
> doesn't limit that (although auto-incrementing will get more
> difficult).
> Got inputting new vaccinations nearly working now. The edit
> area also already fills from clicking on a previously given
> shot. Working on testing actual saving of *new* entries,
> currently. Had to add staff member tables for that :-))
> Once this works reliably it'd be immediately useful at my
> current pediatric post ... :-)
> Thanks,
> Karsten

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