Body Diagrams and Injury and Illness Codes
Body Diagram: A complete front and back image of a body appears with body areas to click on
Body Diagram + Orchard 10 Injury Codes: A complete list of all Injury Orchard Codes split by body part
10 Medical Orchard Codes: A complete list of all Medical Orchard codes split into appropriate groupings
To accommodate your medical needs injury and illness diagrams that include body areas through to the OSICS10 codes have been added to the Custom field list.
The Body Diagram is an front and back view where the user can select different body areas. This can be used to highlight areas of injury, pain or even where they were massaged.
The Body Diagram is specifically designed to capture generic injury or illness information. It is designed for use with Athletes who can easily select on an area to show where they have pain or illness. alternatively you can use it to track specific massage areas well.
The Body Diagram appears in the Event Form, and to enter injury/illness sites, users simply click on an area and it is highlighted in red and it automatically codes the corresponding area (such as "Left Buttock and Pelvis", as shown in the above image).
To Add in a Body Diagram:
1. Click the Body Diagram Field, add in the field name.
By default only 1 area can be selected. If you want to track more than one area on the body diagram, set the maximum number of items to 2 or 3 (as shown here)
Body Area Summary provides the same diagram as the Body Area, but it does not provide a trackable list of areas to use for analysis, it only shows them on the diagram
A Body Area will appear and body area contains a list injury diagnosis. Again set the Maximum number of items to track the amount of injuries that you require. Most track a maximum of 3 e.g primary secondary and tertiary.
OCIS Injury Diagram Background:
The OCIS Injury Diagram is specifically designed to capture and code injury information in line with the Injury Monitoring
Orchard Codes. It is designed for use by Health professionals who will understand and be able to diagnose the injury correctly.
The Body Diagram appears in the Event Form, and to enter injuries, users simply click on an area and then mouse through the different injury specification until they find the correct one (as shown in the image above).
To Add in an OCIS Injury Diagram:
1. Click the OCIS Injury Diagram Field
2. Set the Maximum Number of Entries (Advanced Properties Tab). This is the maximum number of injuries that can be entered in this diagram on a specific form. You may want each new injury to go onto a new Injury Form, or you may set it up so that they can select up to 4 injuries. The example here shows 3 injuries can be entered for this specific Injury form.
You can track BOTH injuries and illness information with this field.
OCIS Medical Diagram will provide you with a complete list of ALL medical diagrams
OCIS Medical Codes Background:
The OCIS Medical Codes are specifically designed to capture and code Medical information in line with the Medical Monitoring Orchard Codes. It is designed for use by Health professionals who will understand and be able to diagnose the illness/issue correctly.
The Medical Codes appears in the Event Form, and are split into different sections with the appropriate codes stored within each section. These Sections include:
Disabled Athlete Injuries/ Illnesses
Post Surgical Patient
Consultations Where There is No Presenting Illness Needing Treatment
A full range of OCIS Medical Codes are available to enter. Don't forget to select the maximum number of entries
To enter an OCIS Medical Code users simply click on the type of Issue or Illness and then mouse through the different Illness specifications until they find the correct one. The image above shows that 2 Medical Illness's (#1 and #2) have already been added and coded for the athlete, and a third is now being selected for Environmental Illness.
To Add in an OCIS Medical Codes:
1. Click the OCIS Medical Codes Field
2. Set the Maximum Number of Entries. This is the maximum number of Medical Records that can be entered on a specific form. You may want each new Illness/Issue to go onto a new Medical Form, or you may set it up so that they can select as many as they require. The example here shows 3 Medical Codes can be entered for this specific Medical form.