When a member of the naval service incurs
an injury that might result impermanent disabil-
ity or that results in his or her physical inability
to perform duty for a period exceeding 24 hours,
an entry will be made concerning line of duty
misconduct. Such an entry will include specific
facts concerning time, date, place, names of per-
sons involved, and circumstances surrounding the
Upon admission of an active-duty member to
the sicklist, the medical officer or Medical Depart-
ment representative will enter whether the disease
or injury occurred in the line of duty, and was
or was not the result of the patients own miscon-
duct. (See JAG Manual, chapter VII.)
Miscellaneous entries may include the
l Dental treatment will be recorded when the
patient is on the sicklist and when treat-
ment is related to the condition for which
the patient was admitted. These entries will
be made and signed by the dental officer.
Notes concerning conditions of unusual in-
terest and of medical or dental significance
may be made when appropriate.
When a patient is transferred and
radiographs are transferred with him or
her, a notation to that effect will be entered
on the SF 600 or 502, as appropriate.
Results of laboratory examinations made
on personnel exposed to radiological
hazards will be entered on the SF 600,
listing any abnormalities and action taken.
Any hypersensitivity to drugs or chemicals
known to exist are indicated on a separate
SF 600. The SF 600 will be marked
the bottom of the page. This SF 600 (fig.
10-5) will be the first medical page on the
left side of the health (medical) treatment
record below the problem summary list.
Appropriate entries regarding hypersen-
sitivity should be made on this page.
Hypersensitivities shall also be recorded on
SFS 601 and 603.
Blood Grouping and Typing Record
(figure 10-6). This is a special SF 600 and
shall be maintained on the left side below
the problem summary list or below the
hypersensitivity sheet if used.
Figure 10-5.Standard Form 600, SpecialHypersensitivity.