Lab Skeletons/Fishbones for MS Word?

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  1. FDGB

    FDGB Junior Member 7+ Year Member

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    Does anyone have or know where I can get some skeletons/fishbones for lab values that I can import into MS Word? I am trying to do some writeups and would prefer not to have to write it in by hand since that will look crappy.

    Specifically I'm looking for the BMP(chem 7), CBC, Coags, but others are appreciated.

    I appreciate the help.
    FDGB
     
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    Dakota Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    I would make my own using "draw." The program is ok if you are just drawing straight lines ala lab value tables.
     
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    What's the point of using shorthand if it takes longer? :confused:
     
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    Flopotomist I love the Chicago USPS 7+ Year Member

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    It might be easier to just create a macro or template with the labs spelled out, then you can enter them in. It looks neater this way, and is frankly easier. When you import things that you draw, getting the numbers to line up neatly just looks weird.
     

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