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In these videos, we will show you input of measurements, how to see what references we have provided, how to select the values you want to use and see in your reports, use the charts to analyze trends over time, and select the normal values you want to use on a daily basis.
Measurement input is set up in a very logical and orderly fashion. You can see reference values for about anything you can measure on an echocardiogram or abdominal ultrasound. Automatically show high and low and normal values for really rapid analysis. It doesn’t get any easier or more robust than this…
You can see which references are generating the normals you are looking. This is a “mouse-over” feature, so you cannot see it on a tablet or iPad. Look at these first on your computer to see where your commonly used values are coming from
You can select which reference values show up in your report. Clients and referring veterinarians get confused by noting something as “normal” where it measures outside a reference range. This allows for some variance in measurements by users.
Charts and Trends
The ability to chart changes over time is a unique and powerful feature of EchoVet. Since we can now rapidly see what these changes are, we can also note trends over time. Note that you must be running EchoVet in Go on an iPad, or using the complete Filemaker Pro application as a separate installation on your computer (Mac or Windows)
While we have selected and set up a variety of normal values for you to use that we feel are great normal values, we also give you the ability to use any other normals in the veterinary literature that we have provided. Here is how…