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Re: [Gnumed-bugs] Unhandled exception saving medication without preparat

From: Karsten Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-bugs] Unhandled exception saving medication without preparation / regimen
Date: Wed, 11 May 2011 17:58:54 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 08:33:27AM -0700, Jim Busser wrote:

> >>> I tried adding Metopharm with an episode while leaving null or empty the 
> >>> preparation and regimen
> >> 
> >> The patient is already on MetoPharm. The substance intake
> >> entry in question is pk = 4 (which can be seen in the
> >> tooltip).
> > 
> > Starting with 0.9.5-to-be I have made GNUmed detect that
> > situation, show a message and not save the entry.

> Can GNUmed-to-be detect and inform whether the
> medication-already-on is inactive,

Not easily, but it can say that that may be the case:

        Cannot add duplicate of (maybe inactive) substance intake.

> and should that make any difference to how the attempted
> add is handled? For example re-activating the entry (but
> maybe that would mess up dates, so maybe clone the inactive
> medication, sending the original record to the audit table)?

Ah, no, I would leave that up to the discretion of the
(properly informed) provider.

> Also, this was a patient whose medications (even after a
> reboot of the computer) would not display (the white
> rectangle problem).

Oh, you mean, even after you restart GNUmed and simply
activate that patient all you see is a white rectangle ?

That would also happen if said patient does not have any
medications to be displayed !  (just like with measurements)

What happens if you click the "include inactive" meds ?

> So I could not even see that they were on the medication.
> Could this white rectangle problem, in any way, be related
> to my having created (and made primary) an alias for
> Patient2 ?

By creating an alias you mean adding another name ?

"Making primary" means "making the added name the active name" ?

If so, no.

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