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[RESOLVED] Surgery table possible bug Empty [RESOLVED] Surgery table possible bug

Wed Jul 08, 2020 5:30 am
I have a patient that has peptic ulcer disease and she has a symptom of bleeding to the stomach. She already had proton pump inhibitors treatment and she needs an endoscopic cauterization to stop the bleeding to the stomach but the planned surgeries say she needs proton pump when she needs surgery.
https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.net/ugc/1290794631545612040/7E51C3A9923A24D0A75840151C0EAA90A15147CA/.
https://youtu.be/ssBqxzsrd_I

This screenshot says the patient needs band ligation when he has actually already had a band ligation but he needs endoscopic cauterization which is incorrectly listed on the table
https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.net/ugc/1290794631546235586/5067BAF5D9D7B6230B9F32C8D4C8F7161487C86E/

Also, I have a suggestion, When someone is in the ICU and you click on the button above the active treatments that active the list of surgeries for the active department, I think instead of it opening the table for surgeries for ICU, It should open the table for the department that the patient needs surgery in. Too often I click that button and it opens the planned surgeries for the ICU but it doesn't show anything when the patient needs surgery for a different department.



-- Also the surgery table doesn't update surgeries correctly, If someone has gallstones and they also have a gallbladder rupture, and they need 2 surgeries, you would obviously do abdominal surgery to treat the more critical symptom and then do a laparoscopic surgery to finish it off. The planned surgery table says that laparoscopic surgery is planned but if you unselect the laparoscopic surgery then add it back so the abdominal surgery comes first, the table still says that they are planned for laparoscopic surgery.
The youtube video shows me taking off Laparoscopic surgery and it doesn't change on the planned surgeries when it should say abdominal surgery because abdominal is only surgery selected and laparoscopic isn't.
https://youtu.be/TLXJk5LZejA


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Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:21 am
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Hi, thanks for the report, you're absolutely right, the table just shows the surgery that treats the diagnosis itself, we'll be including a fix in the next patch so it displays what's actually planned.

Regarding the suggestion for ICU, I'll double-check this with the designers but as far as I can tell it would make sense too, depends a bit on whether we'd need to change the tooltip for the button etc. Smile
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Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:58 am
Thanks for the quick reply! I have a question about the table though, Is there a possibility in the future that you guys could make it where if a patient needs 2 surgeries that both surgeries will be on the table listed by which surgery will get performed first? My last question is that in the future is there a possibility when patients need 2 surgeries that both surgeries can be performed in the operating room one after another without transferring the patient back to the ward?
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