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OP Patient Portal Applications: Growth Measurements -- Background Information

Version 14.19

Growth Measurements - Background Information

The Growth Measurements Application gives detailed information in a tabular form about a patient's growth measurements. It also will display some of this data in a chart at the top of the page, and allow the user to view some of these metrics against each other. This information is pulled directly from the currently selected patient's chart in OP.

Displayed in the table are the following measurements taken during each office visit: Date, Age, Weight, Weight Percentile, Height, Height Percentile, BMI, and BMI Percentile.

Displayed in the chart are the following metrics: Body Mass Index (BMI) vs. Age, Stature vs. Age, Weight vs. Age, and Weight vs. Stature.

Version 14.10

Growth Measurements - Background Information

The Growth Measurements Application gives detailed information in a tabular form about a patient's growth measurements. It also will display some of this data in a chart at the top of the page, and allow the user to view some of these metrics against each other. This information is pulled directly from the currently selected patient's chart in OP.

Displayed in the table are the following measurements taken during each office visit: Date, Age, Weight, Weight Percentile, Height, Height Percentile, BMI, and BMI Percentile.

Displayed in the chart are the following metrics: Body Mass Index (BMI) vs. Age, Stature vs. Age, Weight vs. Age, and Weight vs. Stature.