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Ming the Merciless

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Following the know your heart rate like you pin code I have done a couple of things.
  1. I have registered at my surgery for online access. I can now see my full NHS record online including any test results such as my last glucose and cholesterol tests.
  2. I have ordered blood pressure monitor for use at home. They only cost £20 and with high blood pressure being diagnosed in family members is worthwhile doing.
  3. I already monitor my resting heart rate in the morning
No symptoms of anything at the moment but means I can keep an eye on things and if they change significantly make an appointment.
 

Globalti

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Can you see all your patient notes going back to the beginning? When is that? Digitisation?
 

vickster

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I can see the immunisations I had before starting school in 1977
Actual record goes back to my back problem in
1992
It’s not very detailed by the way
 
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Ming the Merciless

Ming the Merciless

There is no mercy
Location
Inside my skull
Can you see all your patient notes going back to the beginning? When is that? Digitisation?
I can see my notes from 2014, have not looked further as those were the ones I wanted to see. You can only select detailed notes / test results from a 60 day period at a time. So you have to know what period you are interested in.

In my account settings I had to request access to my detailed patient notes and that was granted by my GP surgery within the hour.
 
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vickster

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I joined my practice in 2000, can see a couple of more significant surgical things from before then (plus the pre school immunisations). Guess whoever has inputted the data didn’t bother with minor lurgies or whatever
 
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