AneIV version 3.0 has been released!
- Ringer Acetat and Sodium Chloride has been removed from the medication list!
- Major under-the-hood changes!
- Added more database tools!
- User can now edit/change more of the information stored about each drug!
- Modified some of the tools!
- Usual bugfixes!
Ringer Acetate and Sodium Chloride was removed and is planned to be replaced by a generic “fluid” drug in upcoming versions.
In earlier versions we had to lists on our servers, BuiltIn! and AllMeds. Now these are the same and is called BuiltIn!. This means that when you update BuiltIn! you get all medications known to AneIV!
There are now two icons on the top of the screen, a question mark and an i. Both with a circle around them. If you press this, you get a dialog with help text related to the actice tab or extra information if available. In version 3.0 there are only extra information available in the tabs Meds, Infusion and Favs.
Regarding the database tools, the user can now
Export to file
This feature makes it possible to share user modified medication lists with colleagues. Files exported from AneIV will have a name based on date and time and an unique list identification, id. For example a file exported with id 100001 at 14:47 with the date 29.05.2017, will be named AneIV_id_100001_2017_05_29_14_37.xml. Lists that users export needs to have an id above or equal to 100000. Unique identifications below this number can only be downloaded from our servers.
TomyLabs can make lists that needs to be distributed to many users accessible from out site! Please contact us!
Import file the user has created or import a colleagues file. If you import a file that has the same id as one of the lists that already exists in AneIV, it will be overwritten.
The user can now hide drugs from a list. This means that these drugs will not be shown when viewing the medication list. If you choose this option in the database menu, you can unhide drugs so that the appear again in the list.
This deletes the selected lists(s). If the the active list is deleted, it will still be shown until you force a reload!
Delete the database!
This deletes the database. Everyting is wiped and you need to reimport a medication list or update BuiltIn! from web!