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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Would you recon GNUmed suitable ...

From: Rogerio Luz Coelho
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Would you recon GNUmed suitable ...
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 21:33:10 -0200

Maybe a Fundamental Issue in all animals called "Genus/Sex" would suffice.

However my aproach would be

FIRST NAME (translated as " Name / Owner ")
- Chip / John and Susan Smith

LAST NAME (translated as " Genus / Breed ")
- Dog / German Shepperd

SEX (doesn't need translation -- hurray!!)
- Male

And so on, I think it is just a matter of translating the creation applet for one's needs.
This way if a Vet types "German"in the patient field he "should" be able to get a list of the German breed dogs, right?

All this of course must be put to test or Karsten must say it would work ; )


2009/11/4 Karsten Hilbert <address@hidden>
On Wed, Nov 04, 2009 at 08:25:00AM -0800, Jim Busser wrote:

> Veterinarians caring for my animals often used what seem like
> "medical" records in which they enter the animal as a
> "person/patient" and, where the field would exist, would input the
> owner(s) as the "parents".
> I would suggest inputting the animal with the surname of the
> principal owner.
> The animal's own name(s) would go in the "first names"
> Suggest the owner name(s) be entered as aliases

Or as inactive alternate names.

> Suggest genus and species, as believed-to-be-objective, be entered
> in a SOAP notelet as their own inception "problem" and could be
> assigned a clin_when equal to the animal's date of birth

I would enter the date of birth of the animal into the
normal date of birth field.

I would then either use nickname or comment for race, genus,
and species information.

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