Continued From Article #39
CHART SCREEN OVERVIEW
The Chart Screen tracks and
evaluates blood pressure (BP) performance within a Specific
At first glance, the Chart Screen
seems to be a simple BP tracking graphic with supporting data.
In reality, the Chart Screen is actually composed of two,
interrelated graphs: an Upper Line Graph and a Lower Bar Graph.
As discussed last week … by
pressing the Scan Button, tapping
Scan Arrows (>>)
or touching a plotted result in the Upper Graph, BP results
corresponding to the position of a reactive
Green Index Line
are displayed in the Lower Graph. This unique feature allows
users to instantly view a set of
Synchronized BP Results.
A blue ribbon, with an imbedded
white menu, separates the Upper & Lower Graphs and indicates
those parameters plotted in the Upper Line Graph. Additionally,
Upper Graph parameters are further identified by corresponding
parameter colors utilized in the Lower Graph.
left & right (>>)
menu arrows change parameter sets plotted in the Upper Graph.
Chart 1 is the default parameter set.
PR or Pulse
The Chart Screen
tracks, evaluates and plots only one specific
treatment (Tx) at a time. However, treatments are
easily changed via a menu located immediately above
the Upper Line Graph. Pressing the
left and right
menu arrows will change Chart Screen treatments in
chronological order. Treatment start and end dates
are also displayed.
The Chart and Reading Screens are
treatment synchronized allowing users to reference or edit
results displayed on either Screen.
To compare side-by-side treatment
(Tx) performance, just visit the Average Screen and select up to
6 treatments for comparison from a menu.
Mike Kohut, President, DDMS
Copyright: 2015 by DDMS & iMobLife