A complete audiological test is automatically given the significance 'none'. To change this to be more specific about which test was performed (i.e. baseline/monitoring/exit), you must change the significance.
Where is the test significance?
In the Patient Profile pane, you can see all your patient's details and their History of tests conducted and notes made. Next to the 'Date and time' of the saved file, you can see the 'Significance' and 'Type' of test done. The 'Type' is the description which test was done (i.e. pure tone test, word recognition, speech reception threshold, or assistive interpretation of their results.) The 'Significance' is a description of which test was performed and labels it for reference (i.e. baseline, monitoring for PLH or exit. Milestone testing or STS can also be used.)
A complete audiological test is automatically given the significance 'none'. To change this to be more specific about which test was performed you must change the significance.
How to change the test significance
Once you have completed a test it will appear in the patient history panel. Select the test so that it is highlighted.
If you have anything prior to KUDUwave version 184.108.40.206, click on the button found in the top right hand corner labeled: 'Change Significance'.
If you have kept your software up to date, look out for the highlighter icon in the top right hand corner.
A list of options for you to label the test will appear. Pick the one which is most relevant for your test.
Is it a Baseline Milestone? Occupational Health Screening for PLH? Whichever title needs to appear on the audiogram you will need to select from the menu.
When viewing the audiogram, or after you have printed it, you will see the significance of the test written above the right ear test result.