Double Setup/Other OR Cases in L&D
It looks like we have finally resolved the issue with cases other than C-Sections going to the L&D OR.
The system should now contain the ability to link to a procedure titled, “Double Setup”. There are two scenarios.
Case is booked
to Epidural placement:
Find the case on the LDR+Triage grease board.
Double click on the patient or click the C-Section/Double Setup button in the header.
The Double Setup procedure will be pre-selected.
You are taken to the Pre-procedure section and have access to a full grid/graph.
4) The default macro is “Epidural L&D”. If this doesn’t work for you, then remove the Macro.
5) Go to the “Macro” icon and select what you want.
Case is booked
1) Find the patient on the LDR + Triage or Epidural Round grease board.
2) Double click on the patient or click C-Section/Double Setup.
3) Select the Double Setup procedure and click Accept
Merge the Labour Analgesia case with the Double Set up; click Labor Analgesia then click Accept
The records are now merged and you have access to the full grid/graph.
Select the appropriate macro and complete the documentation.
This process should also work for an L&D patient coming to the OR for an operative procedure-eg.D&C for retained products or PPH.
Proceed as per above. To avoid confusion, you can select the “Other OR Case” or double click.
What about a patient coming to the OR for something other than above-eg. Twin delivery.
All we do in this case is to continue the Epidural.
Find the patient on the Epidural Rounding list or the LDR & Triage.
Select the current “Labor Analgesia” Procedure.
You will open to the Preprocedure area. Navigate to the “Epidural”
Hitting the “Epi
OR” icon will place a marker on the timeline and prompt for the time of this event.
A reminder to add the C-Section Macro currently appears. You don’t have to do this unless you know it’s going to be a C-Section. This needs to be fixed. No macro need be selected unless required.
5. Click the “intra” to view the traditional anesthesia record grid and graph