(03-01-2012 05:16 PM)Dawei Wrote: b360155, I'll address this to you, since you mentioned it, but I'm sure other experienced hands can also help. Well, I've done it--downloaded 3.16 and then the data on my SD card. You mentioned taking a printout report with you to your doctor for a 30 day follow up appt. Naturally, the ResScan format is quite new to me, but I'd like to know how you generated that report that you took with you? When I look at the report button, the program wants me to pick a particular day. I'm sure there is some way to create a report for a range of days, right? Also, did you include both summary and detailed graphs in that report that you created, and if so, I'd like to know how to do it.
One more question (for now), if I may. Does the program allow one to download more recent data from the SD card since the last download without my having to do anything special other than again simply download data from the SD card?
First of all, if you're brand new to ResScan, I highly suggest you view the following video tutorial which gives you some of the basics of navigating around in ResScan:
ResScan Tutorial Video
It's for an earlier version of ResScan but most of what it shows is still valid in the current version.
Unfortunately, this video tutorial does not cover developing reports and I'm not aware of any that have been produced.
I hope I can remember, it's been awhile since I did this.
From the beginning, you need to open a patient file, download data and review data, following the flow chart on the logon page. If you haven't already, you probably want to click on the Profile button and fill in some information on the General Details and Additional Details tabs. The information you fill in here will show up at the start of your reports under Patient Profile.
Click on the Report button and I think it brings up a pre-formatted template of a report. Near the top of the page, you will see "Select Report" with a title in the box to the right and then if you click on the drop down arrow to the right of the box, I think it will bring up several other pre-formatted templates for reports of varying detail. I believe there are ones for All Available Data, Detailed Data, Statistical Data, Summary Data and Usage Compliance.
To determine what date or range of dates you want included in your report, click on the date in the Browser box on the left. Left click on any one date to generate a report for that day. For a range of dates, left click and hold on the beginning date, then drag over the range of dates until you get to the end date you want and let go. The range of dates that you selected for your report should be highlighted in blue. I think that's your main question.
Once you've determined your date range, then go back up to the area to Select Report and click on the drop down arrow and choose the report type that you want. The titles provide you an idea of the level of detail any particular report will contain.
One pointer if you want to show detail graphs... When you click on the report type for a report that contains detail graphs, a pop up box will appear with check boxes next to each date in the range that you selected. You can check all, or you can just check a selected amount of days. Click OK and your report will be generated. My pointer is that the more days of detail graphs you choose, the longer it will take to generate the report, so I don't recommend printing like a month worth of detailed graphs...that will take FOREVER to generate.
That's it. Once you have generated a report, you will see 6 buttons at the top right of the screen: Customize, Add Comments, Print, Email Save and Save As which are pretty self explanatory. The Customize button lets you further refine what data shows up in the graphs and in what order they appear. If you want to keep your report, click on Save As and name it and you'll see the saved report in the box in the the lower left of the screen. Then, anytime you want to pull that report up again, just double click on it and it will open.
Hope that helps! Good luck and if you have any other questions
just ask and we'll see if we can dig up an answer for you.