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Chronological
Arranged according to the order of time.
Dental Record
A file of continuous dental care treatment given to all beneficiaries.
Family Member Prefix (FMP)
A number that designates sponsorships.
Health Record (HREC)
A file of continuous care given to an active duty member.
Inpatient Record (IREC)
A medical file which documents care provided to a patient assigned to a designated inpatient bed in a medical treatment facility (MTF) or ship.
Outpatient Record (OREC)
A file of continuous care which documents ambulatory treatment received by a person other than an active duty member.
Military Treatment Facility (MTF)
Location of military health records.
Dose
Measured quantity of a therapeutic agent to be administered.
Immune
Resistant to disease.
Immunization
The process by which resistance to an infectious disease is induced or augmented.
Prophylaxis
A means of preventing the occurrence of a disease, either by mechanical or chemical (medication) means.
Vaccine
A suspension of attenuated or killed microorganisms that are administered to induce active immunity to infectious disease. Vaccines may be administered intradermally, intramuscularly, subcutaneously, orally, or nasally.
Objective
Indicates a symptom or abnormal condition perceived by someone other than the person afflicted.
Pertinent
Relevant
Subjective
Indicates a symptom or abnormal condition produced by, or resulting from, an individual's mind or state of mind.
Acute
Sharp or severe; having a rapid onset, a short course, and pronounced symptoms.
Chronic
Long or continued; of long duration
Comfort
A condition of ease or well-being
Duration
A period of time in which something exist or lasts.
Pain
An unpleasant sensation, occurring in varying degrees of severity as a consequence of injury, disease, or emotional disorder.
Admission
A process that occurs when a patient enters a health care agency for care and treatment.
Discharge
To release or dismiss.
STAT
Immediately
BID
Twice a Day
PRN
As Needed
CBC
Complete Blood Count
PR
Pulse Rate
NPO
Nothing by Mouth
PO
by Mouth
RR
Respiratory Rate
Treat Record is color-coded based on....
the second to last digit of the sponsor's SSN
2100
Orange
0 series
2110
Green
1 series
2120
Yellow
2 series
2130
Gray
3 series
2140
Mustard/Tan
4 series
2150
Blue
5 series
2160
White
6 series
2170
Brown
7 series
2180
Pink
8 series
2190
Red
9 series
FMP 20
Sponsor
FMP 30
Spouse
FMP 31
Second Spouse
FMP 01
First Child
FMP 02
Second Child
HREC Part 1
Record of Preventive Medicine and Occupational Health and all inpatient documentation
HREC Part 2
Record of medical care treatment (e.g.; SF600, SF558, SF88, SF507, and SF93)
HREC Part 3
Physical qualifications and physical profiles.
HREC Part 4
Record of Ancillary Studies (e.g.; x-ray reports, lab results, and advanced directives)
DD Form 2766
Adult Preventive and Chronic Care Flowsheet.
SF601 or DD Form 2766C
Immunization Record
DD Form 2796
Post-Deployment Health Assessment
DD Form 2569
Third Party Collection Program
AF Form 1480
Summary of Care
AF Form 565
Record of Inpatient Treatment
SF 502
Medical Record-Narrative Summary
SF 509
Medical Record-Progress Notes
NAVMED 6000/2
Chronological Record of HIV Testing
DD Form 2215
Baseline Audiogram
SF 558
Emergency Care and Treatment
SF 507
Medical Record Continuation
SF 513
Consultation Sheet
SF 88 or DD Form 2808
Report of Medical Examination
SF 93 or DD Form 2807-1
Report of Medical History
NAVMED 6150/4
Abstract of Service and Medical History
OPNAV 5211/9
Record of Disclosure
DD Form 2005
Privacy Act Statement Health Care Record
AF Form 348
Line of Duty Determination
AF Form 422
Physical Profile Serial Report
SF 519
Radiologic Consultation Requests/Reports
SF 545
Laboratory Report Display
DD Form 877
Request for Medical/Dental Records or Information
SF 602
Health Record-Lab results
NAVMED 6550/14
Patient Data Base
SF 502
Narrative Summary
SF 504
History Part 1
SF 505
History Part 2 & 3
SF 506
Physical Exam
SF 508
Doctor's Orders
SF 509
Progress Notes
SF 510
Nursing Notes
NAVMED 6550/12
Patient Profile
SF 511
Vital Signs Record
NAVMED 6550/8
Medication Administration Record
DD 792
Twenty-Four Hour Intake and Output Worksheet
Adenovirus
One dose in BMT
Anthrax
Six shot series with a yearly booster that is required for personnel assigned to high threat areas
Hepatitis A (HAV)
Two doses over six months
Hepatitis B (HBV)
Three shot series that is administered over a period of six months to personnel with the risk of exposure to blood and body fluids
Influenza
Yearly vaccination
Meningitis (Quadrivalent)
One dose in basic training
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
One dose
Oral Polio
Is no longer recommended in the US since 2000
Tetanus-Diphtheria (Td)
One dose every ten years
Typhoid
One time dose with a booster every two years for those at risk
Varicella (chickenpox)
Two doses that are administered to personnel who are susceptible to chickenpox
Yellow Fever
One dose every ten years
Cholera
Administered as needed by travel requirements
Plague
Administered as needed by travel requirements
Smallpox
Administered only under DOD directive 6205.3 (Biological Warfare Defense)