Patient Soap Notes
SOAP is a medical acronym used to remember and organize patient notes; it stands for Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Plan. Accurate patient field notes help focus the rescuer and increase patient care both in the field and once the patient reaches definitive care. Patient notes are admissible in a court of law and verify your field assessment and treatment. They may offer increased legal protection to both the rescuers and their organizations. You can download, print and use our 2018 Patient SOAP notes for free or purchase them from us.
Our weatherproof Patient SOAP Notes are printed on 8.5 x 14 Rite-in-the-Rain paper. These are the same SOAP notes used in our medical courses. For easy use and storage in your first aid pack they come folded in thirds. Use a Space Pen or soft leaded pencil to write in extreme heat or cold, upside down, and even underwater. Ten SOAP notes per order.
Our paper 8.5 x 14 SOAP Note Tablet contains 25 paper SOAP Notes. This is the same tablet that is used in our medical courses.
Use our Digital Patient SOAP Notes to complete a Patient SOAP Note on your phone and email it to a physician, program director, Search & Rescue team leader, etc. Recipients can print and forward your Patient SOAP Note to others streamlining communication from the field in an emergency. You can also take photos of an injury and include them with your SOAP Note or in a follow-up email. And, you can update the SOAP Note as your patient's condition changes. Click here for directions.
Paired with a satellite phone or hot spot, you can increase the range of your cell phone and send critical patient information from anywhere you can get a clear sky.
Navigation is easy using links from the Main Menu, bookmarks, or swiping. Radio buttons and check boxes help simplify filling the form. Turn your device sideways and zoom in to facilitate entering data into the text fields.
This is a MUST for guides and outdoor programs who work within cell range or carry a paired satellite phone or hot spot. Free updates.