|Subject:||Re: [Gnumed-devel] simpler way to create abbr expansion|
|Date:||Sun, 20 Mar 2011 20:07:21 +0100|
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Am Sonntag, 20. März 2011, 18:40:37 schrieb address@hidden:
> I am impressed with the availability of abbr expander as a built in
> function in gnumed, I was using a small macro program autohotkey for the
> same. Is it possible to edit abbreviation on a text file and then import
> it in gnumed
Not yet. See below.
> I would clarify here
> I have a text file which has many text expansions that i use.
> ::vsb:: vaibhav banait
> ::address@hidden:: irritable bowel syndrome
> ::address@hidden:: Diarrhoea predominant irritable bowel syndrome
> ::address@hidden:: Patient presented with history of diarrhoea with stool frequency
> of ----per day. Patient reported that the consistancy of feces was normal
> and he never saw bood in it. He further elaborate that he was never
> disturbed in sleep due to diarrhea.
> ::address@hidden:: Patient had poorly defined abdominal pain/ discomfort which is
> better with defecation. Pain never disturbed patient when he is asleep.
> ....so forth.
GNUmed text expansion unique per doctor. That means.
You can simply let us have your text file and we could import it during database creation. For that to work it would have to be transferred into SQL. If you have a defined format of your text file a script could be written to do the conversion.
If the need arises and special kind to text file will be imported very often an importer can be developed. However usuall you are not going to import a text file every day.
Changing content (e.g. typos) could be done from inside GNUmed.
> I simply use these abbr to expand to a complete history, examination,
> assessment and even treatment.
that would defeat the individual fields for S O A P in the user interface but you could split your abbreviations or ignore the SOAP field and put everything into 'A'
> To individually put them into gnumed text expansion will require
> considerable efforts.
See above. If you are not going to import masses every week or so it could be imported as a one time effort.
> Is it possible to import or at least type them on
> single text file which can be put in subdirectory to allow it to be used
> inside gnumed
That will hardly be possible as GNUmed cannot tell which textfile on a disk to associate with which doctor in GNUmed.
However when the need arises GNUmed could gain a feature where it would be possible to import well defined (structured or formatted) text files into the database by means of a textfile to sql converter.
So in principle that format could be the autohotkey format.
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