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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: clin_health_issue - some thoughts

From: Carlos Moro
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: clin_health_issue - some thoughts
Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 20:27:04 +0100
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Hi all,

I've just updated test-area/cfmoro/soap_input draft. Basic GUI
functionality  and logic is implemented (only pending New button for
creating a new split window, instead of as now, dragging bottom
sash...). Could you please give a try to get feedback  for improving?

Regarding your message, is it all right if proceed to replace the tree
by using a listbox? Would it be all right if it allows multi
selection, so we can associate a note with more than one problem (it
would be just a shortcut for creating various equal notes for each of
the selected problems....)?

Best regards,

David Guest wrote:

| Ian Haywood wrote:
| |This is good work, I would like to propose a modification based on
|  Karsten's suggestion on IRC: instead of a TreeCtrl on the right,
| just have a listbox with health issues numbered, then a single soap
| control, |the notes can be tagged to a health issue by adding the
| number, so |with this contrived example: | |S: 1. SOB on exertion,
| while walking up stairs. |2. blurred vision |O: 1. mild bibasal
| crackles, JVP +2cm, mild pitting oedema to mid-calf |2. fundoscopy:
| some haemorrhages |A: 1. increasing CCF |2. retinopathy | |The
| health issues are |1. congestive cardiac failure |2. diabetes
| I haven't been here for a while Ian and I am not sure I have this
| straight but in my humble opinion the clinical problems need to
| more "object oriented" with each problem encapsulated in its own
| segment. I can only keep seven concepts in my mind at once and the
| above structure stretches that.
| David

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