Editing a Surgical Log record

Editing a Surgical Log record

To edit a surgical log record complete the following:

Editing from the Logs list view

Click on either the ID link or the Procedure Name link of the log that you wish to edit

This will open up the record where you can then edit this and then click save.

Editing from the Created log confirmation

After creating and saving a surgical log record the first time this log was created, you will receive a confirmation window with the following options:
  1. Close
  2. Edit this log

To edit the log you have just created, click on the option: edit this log

The log will open and you can edit it and then save again.

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