DocuForms’ POD-2060 Skeletal Worksheet.
Why write something out when using diagrams is clearer, faster and easier? These are just a few uses for this multipurpose worksheet in your practice:
Patient Education / Screenings
Explaining a patient’s condition and proposed treatment plan as well as creating a written record of what was covered.
All surgical consent forms should contain a diagram of procedures planned. This can be accomplished on these forms. For simple procedures, the written part of the consent can be done on the forms using the writing lines provided at the bottom of the page. If you are using standalone consent forms, these detailed diagrams can be included with them.
Use these forms when the illustrations on the other forms are too limited in size to document details.
The front of the form diplays dorsal and plantar views of the first and fifth metatarsals showing bunions and normal bone alignments.
The back of the form features views displaying hammer toes and mallet toes as well as normal bone alignments.
A must for patient education and surgical consents.