Purpose: Large table that contains information entered in a semi-structured form by the nurse. The three columns
nursingchartcelltypevalname provide an organised structure for the data, but
nursingchartvalue are free text entry and therefore fairly unstructured.
- PATIENT on
# Important considerations
- Nurse charting data can be entered directy into the system or can represent interfaced data from charting in the bedside EMR.
|Name||Datatype||Null Option||Comment||Is Key||Stored Transformed Created|
||int||NOT NULL||foreign key link to the patient table||FK||C|
||int||IDENTITY||surrogate key for the nurse charting||PK||C|
||int||NOT NULL||number of minutes from unit admit time that nursing chart column||C|
||int||NOT NULL||number of minutes from unit admit time that nursing chart column was entered||C|
||varchar(255)||NOT NULL||picklist nursing chart category type e.g.: Vital Signs, Scores, Other Vital Signs and Infusions, etc.||S|
||varchar(255)||NOT NULL||picklist nursing chart cell type value label e.g.: O2 Saturation, Glasgow coma score, Respiratory Rate, etc.||S|
||varchar(255)||NOT NULL||picklist nursing chart cell type value name e.g.: Value, GCS Eyes, Non-Invasive BP Systolic, etc.||S|
||varchar(255)||NULL||The text that was entered manually or via a interface for the given Cell Type Val Lable e.g.: 100, 4 units, 35%, etc.||S|