Once a patient is added to Synapse, you can begin to scan to their file. An individual patient file consists of the ability to edit patient information, their exam reports, scan views, narrative reports, and an option to create a custom scan view layout using our Scan View Generator tool. For more on how to set-up custom scan view templates, click here. (Fig. 1)

Exam Reports: Each time you start a new scan in a patient file, you begin an “Exam”. Exam periods in Synapse are open for 7 days in case a person has to come back in to complete their exam. After 7 days, the exam period closes and the next time you run a scan on that patient, a new exam will begin. The type of scans run during an exam will dictate what Exam Reports are available per patient. For example:

  • Performing only a neuroCORE, neuroTHERMAL, or neuroPULSE report will yield a SINGLE instrument report
  • Performing any combination neuroCORE, neuroTHERMAL, or neuroPULSE as a set of two will yield a DUAL instrument report
  • Performing all three scans will yield a CORESCORE.

Scan Views: Each scan you complete gets saved and organized by date in the patient file under Scan Views. For more on scan views, click here.

Narrative Reports: A narrative report is produced for the neuroTHERMAL, neuroCORE, spineROM, and spineSENSE, detailing the results of the current scan. For more on narrative reports, click “here”.

Scan View Generator: The Synapse Scan View Generator allows you to customize your reporting. Effortlessly build any number of Scan View Generator Templates and access and generate them directly from the patient file.

Fig. 1