Figure 2-20. - Current Status Form.
This form (fig. 2-20) will last the entire service career of the patient. It is placed in the NAVMED 6150/21-30 in the same way the Personnel Reliability Program warning form is so that it may be folded up when not in use. If a new Current Status form is ever needed, the information from the previous forms must be transferred to the new form. The form is dated at the top when placed in use by the initial examiner and dated again when replaced by the final provider. The Current Status form contains 4 boxes that explains the instructions for charting symbols used in boxes 1 and 2.
Box 1, Accession and Subsequent Diseases and Abnormalities, replaces box 5 and box 9 (old box 16) on the SF 603/603A.
All carious lesions, indications for extraction, indications for root canal treatment, and periradicular lesions that the examining dentist recommends for the patient are drawn in pencil using the charting symbolsContinue Reading