This file contains all the procedures that may be associated with an
Once this software is in production, you should never delete any entries.
Entries can be deactivated by entering an 'inactivation' date for the
entry. Adding new entries is always allowed.
The data for the 'RAD/NUC MED PROCEDURES' file is stored in the ^RAMIS(71,
global. At the present time this file is very static after day-one
imaging exam. The entries in this file are the allowable choices the user
initialization is complete. However, it still should be journaled.
It should also be translated if the operating system supports this function.
The following is a list of input templates used by the package
and the entry in the OPTIONS file (#19) that uses the template:
Name Routine Description; Option(s)
will be able to pick from at the procedure prompt. This prompt appears as
____ ________ ____________
RA PROCEDURE EDIT Use to enter/edit procedure to the file;
If any modifications to this input template are needed for local
purposes, then great care should be taken not to degrade any branching logic
in the template.
The following is a list of print templates used by the package:
part of the 'Register', 'Case No. Edit' and the 'Exam Status Tracking'
Name Description; Option(s)
RA ALPHA LIST OF ACTIVES Prints a listing of procedures and used with
the ALPHA LIST OF ACTIVES sort template to
list only 'active' procedures;
RA PROCEDURE LIST Prints a 'long' listing of procedures;
RA PROCLONG, RA INACPRCLONG, RA PROCSERIES
functions of the module.
RA PROCEDURE SHORT LIST Prints a 'short' listing of procedures;
RA PROCSHORT, RA INACPRCSHORT
The following is a list of sort templates used by the package:
Name Related Print Template
RA ALPHA LIST OF ACTIVES ALPHA LIST OF ACTIVES
RA PROCEDURES BY PROCEDURE LIST
RA SERIES ONLY PROCEDURE LIST
The modification of any sort templates is not recommended.
If the procedure has an inactivation date less than the current date
then the procedure is not a valid choice and will not appear on the
list of valid/active procedures when displayed to the user.