1. Use the first two tabs to select medications:

    1. The first tab leads to a box labeled "Typed Med List". List each medication, one per line. You may be able to directly paste parts of your Assessment and Plan here.

    2. The box labeled "Interpretation of Typed Med List" shows how your A/P is being interpreted by the application. Every medication should be listed, with the correct laterality and dosage frequency.

    3. The second tab leads to a list of medications, which you can select by clicking. Make sure you select which eye(s) should be treated.

    4. You can use a combination of the first and second tabs to choose medications.

    5. If the application doesn't recognize a medication that you need to list in the chart, go to the first tab and type the name of the medication in the first line of the medication pick list, which should be blank by default.

  2. Use the other tabs to choose and print a medication schedule:

    1. The final four tabs generate medication lists and schedules in various formats. Click on each tab and select the format you feel will be most helpful to your patient.

    2. Note that much of the text in the charts can be directly edited, in case you need to tweak the output. However, your chart edits will be silently lost if the medication list or chart options are changed.

    3. The printout doesn't include dosage. It generally assumes that the patient will be instilling a single drop and that the patient has posession of a bottle with the correct dosage. You can use the "notes" field to clarify if needed.

    4. Print the chart using the "🖨 Print This Page" button or your browser's print function.

    5. Note that a limited number of options can be set in the settings menu (⚙). Use your clinical judgment as to which settings will be most helpful and least confusing to the patient.

  3. Always review the printout for accuracy before giving it to the patient!