Free Medical Chart Templates

What Is a Medical Chart?

A Medical Chart is a detailed instrument - in most cases, a visual diagram - that contains information about the development of a disease, lists normal vital sign ranges for adults and children, or depicts the anatomy of a human being for examination.

Alternate Name:

  • Patient Chart.

Whether you want to convey information to your patients in simpler terms, you are dealing with an illness and your goal is to ensure it does not progress further, or you are adopting healthy habits, Medical Charts are indispensable for recording and analyzing data as well as taking control of various health conditions.

Check out our library below to see a full list of Medical Chart templates.

Medical Chart Types

  • Blood Chart. Find out what blood type a patient has in case there is an emergency and they or another individual requires an immediate blood transfusion;
  • A Body Chart can depict the entire human body, a single body part, or internal organs of a human being - this information is essential to doctors that need to correctly diagnose patients;
  • Bowel Movement Chart. Gain better control over your bowel movement - know when it is time to talk to a medical professional if your stool does not appear normal;
  • Color Blind Chart. Optometrists often resort to this visual instrument when checking if there is a red-green color deficiency during physical examinations of their patients;
  • Diabetes Chart. Diabetics must pay close attention to their blood sugar and check whether their readings fall within an expected range or their condition deteriorated;
  • Drug Chart. This tool is helpful when a doctor is figuring out what medication is going to help the patient and what drug combinations must be avoided for the sick person's safety;
  • Fever Temperature Chart. Learn what temperature is deemed normal and what readings mean you have to seek medical attention as soon as possible;
  • A Growth Chart is useful to pediatricians and parents who want to see if the child is developing in accordance with average standards or there are any concerns to address;
  • A Heart Rate Chart is going to be helpful for people that measure their blood pressure regularly - calculate heart beats per minute to see if they are within the recommended norm;
  • Height and Weight Chart. Track the weight of your baby as they grow up or figure out a healthy height-to-weight ratio for yourself when you are trying to lose or gain weight;
  • Metabolism Chart. Understand how your body converts food into energy using this instrument - improve your digestive system or become fitter;
  • Mood Chart. Explore your emotional state by taking notes or picking an image that suits your mood - identify your thinking patterns and see if your mental health is improving;
  • A Pain Chart is typically used by doctors to communicate with young patients that explain their symptoms by pointing at the illustration that relates to their painful sensations;
  • Peak Flow Meter Chart. Whether you were diagnosed with asthma or you are prone to respiratory diseases, refer to this chart to assess how fast you can push air out of your lungs;
  • Pregnancy Chart. See how your body is going to change during pregnancy - from the size of your belly to the weight gain, you will figure out whether everything is going well;
  • Sleep Chart. Adults and children will benefit from a tool that recommends how long they must sleep at night - an improved quality of sleep will have a positive impact on health;
  • A Tooth Chart is used by dentists to give advice to patients when preventing or treating a dental disease - identify the teeth and explain how to treat them;
  • Urine Color Chart. See what the color of your urine means for your health - the diagram will tell you whether you are dehydrated or your body does not get enough vitamins.

How to Read a Medical Chart?

No matter what Medical Chart you plan to use, here are several tips that will help you grasp the information you are about to see:

  1. Only refer to the latest version of the instrument - and choose the diagram appropriate for your age group and level of fitness. For instance, professional athletes will have higher or lower readings in many areas of health which does not automatically mean they are ill.
  2. Make sure you pay attention to the notes below the chart - it is possible the creator of the diagram did not want to overload the main image and the instructions you must follow when a certain symptom manifests or exceptions from the rule were written in small letters.
  3. Do not treat the information on the Medical Chart as the ultimate truth - you cannot adjust your medication or go on a restrictive diet based on the specifics you have read on the diagram. Talk to your doctor once you believe something is wrong and tell them you have used a Patient Chart to figure that out.

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