You can customize scan views in a unlimited number of prearranged template layouts. This is for use when showing patients their scan views, and you want to use your own layout. We recommend using your customized scan templates in conjunction with the Synapse Interpretive Reports for a great dialogue with your patients.

*To create a custom template follow these steps: *
Step 1: In the Synapse App, go to Settings > Scan View Generator Templates (Fig 1).
Step 2: Choose “New Template” (Fig 2.)
Step 3: Enter a name for your template. We recommend naming your template something that describes the type of layout you are using or something that you and your staff will easily recognize later (Fig. 3)
Step 4: If you select your template as a favorite, it will show up at the top of your list choices when you go to use the Scan View Generator tool (Fig. 3).
Step 5: Choose your configuration. The default layout is a 4×4 grid (displayed below the template configuration), but you change your column and row layout. Once you create your grid set-up, the preview automatically changes (Fig. 4 & 5)
Step 6: The grid layout displayed is the same layout that will accommodate your scan views. Choose your scan view by selecting the position, and hitting the dropdown arrow in the grid layout box. Once selected, swipe to see available scan views (Fig. 6).
Step 7: Choose the scan view you want in the grid position selected. This will be the default every time you use this template. Repeat Step 6 & 7 for the remaining boxes in your grid. (Fig. 7).
Step 8: Choose “Create” to finalize your template.

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*To create a comparative template follow steps 1-6: *
Step 7: Select “Comparative” in the grid box and you will be prompted to select a position for your comparative (Fig. 8). Locking the grid box for the comparative means that when you use this template, you will be prompted to choose the same type of scan view to compare to the original selected (Fig. 9)
Step 8: Repeat Step 6 & 7 for the remaining boxes in your grid.
Step 9: Choose “Create” to finalize your template (Fig. 10).

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