bottom of the page. Appropriate entries regarding the
hypersensitivity should be made on the SF 601
(Immunization Record), SF 603 (Dental Report),
NAVMED 6150/10-19 (HREC jacket), and the
NAVMED 6150/20 (Summary of Care).
B L O O D G R O U P I N G A N D T Y P I N G
RECORD.The Blood Grouping and Typing
Record, which is generated at the members initial
entry processing point, is an SF 600 overprint.
Information on the Blood Grouping and Typing
Record identifies the individual by the appropriate
ABO group and Rh type (positive or negative). Testing
results are documented on the form and the original
laboratory request filed with the SF 545, Laboratory
Result Display, in the members HREC. The Blood
Grouping and Typing Record may also contain a
syphilis screening test and other screening test for the
presence of certain diseases.
IMMUNIZATION RECORD (SF 601)
The purpose of the SF 601 form (fig. 12-6) is to
record prophylactic (disease preventive) immuniza-
tions; sensitivity tests; reactions to transfusions, drugs,
sera (sing. serum), and food; known allergies; and
blood-typing. The SF 601 contains specified blocks
for various immunizations, such as yellow fever
vaccine, typhoid vaccine, and influenza vaccine.
Preparing and Maintaining SF 601
An immunization record is prepared and main-
tained for each person with an HREC. Information on
the SF 601 is recorded in designated blocks. When
space is exhausted in any single category, prepare a
new SF 601 and file in the HREC in chronological
Verify previous entries and bring the most
current immunizations forward. Retain the old SF 601
beneath the new SF 601. Replacement of the SF 601 is
not required because of a change in grade, rating,
name, or status of member. Never maintain the SF 601
separate from the HREC. Information recorded on the
SF 601 is normally needed for government
international travel, such as unit deployments or
directed governmental travel.
The name of the medical officer or MDR
administering the immunization or test or determining
Figure 12-5.Standard Form 600, Special-Hypersensitivity.