Got any good patient tracker sheets, or study sheets?

kenfused

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    Hi everyone!

    At Medfools.com were listing for free download in PDF many good reference sheets for Patient tracking forms, H&P forms, and some USMLE I notes. Many readers have requested more downloads, so we're trying to do a "call for papers"!

    If you have any forms (in MS Word, PDF, or Illustrator/Freehand formats), please consider sharing them with the rest of the world!

    Email them to [email protected] and we'll add them to the growing list! Thanks!!

    (you will remain the creative ownership of the document)
    THANKS again!
    K

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    LifetimeDoc

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    1. Attending Physician
      I've attached a scut sheet I use on surgery rotations. I would use this in addition to our patient list to record stuff I'd need for presenting and writing notes. It has...

      1. Support for 6 patients per sheet.
      2. Lab Skeletons, with faded labels for those just starting out so you can learn how to use them: CBC, Coags, Electrolytes, etc.
      3. Vitals plus space for ranges, ABG, Inputs and Outputs, Antibiotics, Diet, Drains, and extra lines for other results.

      Attached is a DOC and PDF version, plus a scanned "example" filled out for a couple of patients (not real, lol).
       

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      km11

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        Here's mine. It's more useful for medicine. Meant to be printed double-sided and folded hamburger style. It's designed to play-well with EMRs so that you can copy/paste past medical history, medication lists etc into the boxes in the form w/o messing up the formatting.
         

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