In the current release of Cydoc's software, the generated note includes an HPI/subjective section consisting of focused text for up to three chief complaints. The patient's name and pronouns are automatically used where relevant. Below are some examples of notes generated by Cydoc's software for fake unnamed patients with pronoun "they":
Monitors blood glucose at home. Uses finger prick and test strips. Fasting blood glucose 80 to 110. Nonfasting blood glucose 140 to 160. Checks blood sugar 3 times in 24 hours. Reports hypoglycemia episode. Experienced hypoglycemia symptoms: dizziness, headaches, and nausea. Reports numbness and tingling. Has had a foot exam and a dental exam this year. Has not had a diabetic eye exam.
Reports difficulty with falling asleep and staying asleep. Sleeps 7 hours per night. Reports snoring. Does not feel refreshed when they wake up. Feels sleepy during the day. Takes melatonin to help with sleep.
Reports genital lesions and genital pain. Reports prior STI testing. History of chlamydia and gonorrhea. Prior STI treatment with oral medication and with injected medication. Sexual partner recently diagnosed with chlamydia and genital herpes. White vaginal discharge. No fishy odor or cheesy/curdy appearance.
Upper Respiratory Infection
Reports sore throat, rhinorrhea, cough, sinus congestion, sneezing, and body aches. Fever to 101 degrees. Patient measured temperature with a thermometer. Started 3 days ago. Recent sick contacts. History of asthma and allergies.
Reports leg swelling. Denies abdominal pain, chest pain, dyspnea, or weakness. Family history of heart disease before age 50 in male relatives and heart disease before age 60 in female relatives. Not currently smoking. Exercises 3x per week.
Monitors BP from home. Home systolic is 130 to 140. Home diastolic is 70 to 80. Weight increased over the past year. Patient currently drinking alcohol.
Reports dysuria and burning with urination. Reports fever and loss of appetite. Denies chills, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, fatigue, muscle cramps, pruritus, or confusion. Urine is light yellow and cloudy. Patient is sexually active.