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Seizure Tracker Help > Track > Seizure Logging

 Seizure Logging

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Seizure Logging Page:

From this page the user can log seizure events, schedule appointments, edit the regular and rescue (if activated) medication schedules, and record daily notes. At the top of the page the current day is in bold. Below that is the number of events logged, the age of the subject and any scheduled medications active on that day. In the top right corner is a one-month calendar similar to the control panel month calendar. Again, each day on the calendar links to the corresponding event logging page. The user can jump forward or backward by month or by year.

Top of Seizure Tracker Logging Page.


The middle left portion of the page is the event logging section and consists of four basic parts: the header section, the possible trigger section, the description section and the post event section. There are printable forms that correspond with the online event logging form on the support documents page (accessible through the Control Panel).

Header section-
The header section includes a "Flag it" selection used to differentiate an event when creating reports, a record event button, a clear form link, the time and length of the event, the type of seizure, subjects mood at time of seizure, and any over the counter medications (OTCM) being taken. Also availible is the option to attach a YouTube video to each event. Reports created on the site will indicate wheather a video has been attached to a particular event and provide a easily accessible link to that video.

Seizure Tracker Logging page header section.


Seizure Trigger section-
This section includes many possible seizure triggers. Selected values are passed from one event to the next and remembered as values in the form. This allows for entering multiple similar events more rapidly. It is partially customizable with an "Other" option in which the user can enter a trigger that may not be listed. This value can then be applied to events as needed. The "Other" option can be changed at anytime. Also provided is a trigger notes section to allow for more detail description of triggers. The "notes" value is not remembered. *

Seizure Description section-
This section includes many descriptions of seizures. Selected values are passed from one event to the next and remembered as values in the form. This allows for entering multiple similar more rapidly. It is partially customizable with an "Other" option in which the user can enter a description that may not be listed. This value can then be applied to events as needed. The "Other" option can be changed at anytime. Also provided is a "Description notes" section, which allows user to elaborate on the description. The "notes" value is not remembered.*

Post Seizure Description section-
This section includes things that can commonly occur following a seizure. Selected values are passed from one event to the next and remembered as values in the form. This allows for entering multiple similar more rapidly. It is partially customizable with an "Other" option in which the user can enter a post event description that may not be listed. This value can then be applied to events as needed. The "Other" option can be changed at anytime. Also provided is a "Post event notes" section, which allows user to elaborate on the description. The "notes" value is not remembered. *

*Most browsers have smart form technology that remembers past values typed into a specific part of a form. If the user fills in the "Other" field or the "notes" fields from those values are remembered on that computer and become options as the user fills in similar values. Example below:



Directly below the event logging form is a list of all seizures logged for that day. The user has the option of editing or deleting each individual entry.

Seizure Tracker Log list.


To the right of the event logging form and below the one-month calendar is a Link to the report page, the section to enter appointments and the daily note box.

 
 
     
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