Site file (69.9). Reports can be restricted to specific types of values
(i.e. specific patients, specific specimens, etc.). The reports can be
restricted to criteria that effect all types of reports.
The criteria and types of reports are selected by the user. The report
is forced to be queued - preferably to be run during off hours.
Merges can be done so that isolates from the same patient and same
organism, and non-conflicting antibiotic patterns will only be
counted once. Merges also depend on being isolated from the same
specimen, collection sample or any sample. A detailed report showing
each isolate's values can be used to confirm the counts reported.
The antibiotic trend report is used to compare counts of organisms and
patterns of antibiotic susceptibility. Different types of reports can be
generated. Reports can be sorted by organism, patient, location,
physician, specimen, and collection sample. For each type, the report is
sorted by organisms. The different types of reports can be selected by the
user. Defaults for these report types can be defined in the Laboratory