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Surgery OR Procedure Card Database David L. Odom 1. Secure Password into Database:
2. Security Switchboard:
3. User Access (Can only Select and Print Procedure Cards):
4. Switchboard Edit Security Login (Cannot Edit/Add/Delete Tables, only Procedure Cards):
5. Edit Form:
6. Switchboard Full Edit Security Login:
7. Full Edit Main Form:
Full Edit Delete in Tables View:
Full Edit Add/Update in Tables View:
Full Edit Additional Information View:
Full Edit Graphics View:
Add New Procedure Card (Top of Full Edit Form):
Create A Report (Top of Full Edit Form):
7 – Selected Procedure Card Report:
Specific Procedure Card – Update (Top of Full Edit Form):
7 – Specific Procedure Card Update Form:
Specific Procedure Card – Delete (Top of Full Edit Form):
7 – Specific Procedure Card – Delete (Top of Full Edit Form):
Procedure w/All Physicians – Update/Delete (Top of Full Edit Form):
7 – Select Procedure with All Physicians to Update:
7 – Selected Procedure with All Physicians to Update Form:
7 – Select Procedure with All Physicians to Delete (Top of Full Edit Form):
7 – Selected Procedure with All Physicians to Delete Form:
Physician w/All Procedures to Update/Delete (Top of Full Edit Form):
7 – Select Physician with All Procedures to Update:
7 – Selected Physician with All Procedures to Update Form:
7 – Select Physician with All Procedures to Delete:
7 – Selected Proc./Phys. To Delete Form:
List of Records (Top of Full Edit Form):
7 – Equipment List (Example):
Open Complete Change Log (Middle of Full Edit Form):
7 – Preview Selected User Report:
Edit Users – Edit Table (Middle of Full Edit Form):
Edit Users – Full Edit Table (Middle of Full Edit Form):
Add/Update In Tables (Middle of Full Edit Form):
7 – Selected Equipment Add/Update (Example):
Delete in Tables (Middle of Full Edit Form):
7 – Selected Equipment Delete in Table (Example):
Additional Information Field in Tables (Bottom of Full Edit Form):
7 – Selected Additional Info. Field in Tables:
Graphics – Picture Field in Tables (Bottom of Full Edit Form):
7 – Selected Graphic Field in Tables:
8. Sterile Processing Switchboard:
Select Check Lists:
Check Lists Report:
Check Lists Only:
Check List Only Report:
Check List From Procedure Card:
Check List From Procedure Card Report:
Switchboard Instrument Check List Edit:
Inst. Check List Edit Additional Information:
Open Instrument Table for Editing:
Switchboard Edit Procedure Cards:
Edit Procedure Cards:
Switchboard Full Edit Procedure Cards:
Full Edit Procedure Cards:
Instrument Check List Form:
Instrument Check List Form Only:
Switchboard Billing Instrument Category Lookup:
Instrument Category Lookup:
Switchboard Instrument Pictures:
Instrument Picture Selection Form:
Instrument Picture Selection Form:
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