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Using MyHealth Records
Results and Readings

You can monitor your blood oxygen levels to see if your body is receiving enough oxygen. When you measure the levels of oxygen in your blood, you can use the Blood Oxygen tool to enter your data.

Click the “red button” to add a new result. Your results will be shown as a graph, allowing you to monitor your blood oxygen levels over time. You can add the date, time, and level of activity during the test, as well as any notes.

By clicking the desired row in the table, you can edit or delete details.

You may filter results by date range as well as sorting by date and value.

You may adjust your target range for Blood Oxygen and Blood Pressure in Tools and Settings. Simply click the edit button and enter the appropriate low/high values. These can be edited at any time or you can click reset to return to default settings.


The Blood Pressure and Pulse tool lets you track your blood pressure readings and pulse. Click the “red button” to add a blood pressure or pulse reading.

For blood pressure readings, the systolic pressure is the top number and the diastolic pressure is the bottom number. You will see your blood pressure readings on the graphs above and in the list below.

If your blood pressure reading is in your target normal range you will see a green dot beside the number, if it's high or low, you'll see a red dot beside the number.

You can set or change your target normal blood pressure range by clicking Settings and Preferences in Tools and Settings. Talk to your healthcare provider about what your target blood pressure range should be.

Click on a blood pressure or pulse reading in the list to edit or delete it.

You may filter by date range as well as sort by date, systolic pressure, diastolic pressure or pulse.


You will see 3 sections in the Blood Sugars and Insulin Use Tool:

  • Blood Sugars, which lets you keep track of your blood sugar level.
  • My Insulin Information, which helps you track the type of insulin you use. You need to update this section if you want to use the Insulin Use section.
  • Insulin Use, which lets you keep track of your insulin use. To use this section you have to first update the My Insulin Information section above.

Click the "red button" to:

  • Add My Insulin Information
  • Add Insulin Use
  • Add Blood Sugar

Click on one of the items to edit or delete it.

You may filter results by date-range as well as sort by date and value.

You may adjust your target range for Blood Sugars and Insulin in Tools and Settings. Click the “edit” button and enter the appropriate low/high values. These can be edited at any time or you can click reset to return to default settings.


All available Lab Results from Alberta Netcare are found here.

When you start using MyHealth Records, the Alberta Netcare Lab Results section will show your lab test results from the last 18 months. New results will display every login.

Updates to this section will show your Lab Results up to 11:59 p.m. as of the date and time indicated. You cannot change or edit this information. Contact MHR Support at 1-800-315-6028 if your information does not look right. ​

Talk to your healthcare provider if you have questions about your lab test results.

You can filter your results by clicking on "Show Filter Options", then click on the down arrow next to "All" to select the number of days you want to see from the drop-down list. You can also search for a lab test by entering the test name in the ‘Search’ box.

Test results are listed by date so the newest results will display first.

Lab tests are grouped according to how they were ordered by your doctor. For example, if your doctor ordered a series of blood tests, your doctor would select CBC-Differential on the lab requisition form. Therefore, your specific test results would appear under the CBC-Differential heading.

Results are shown within a group on individual cards on the page and include the following:

  • Status
  • Reference Range (where applicable)
  • Abnormality

To see the history of a lab test, click on the test name. This will open your test history on the right side of your screen. Some results may appear in a graph while others will not include a graph. All results are displayed with text.

The blue "Set up Notifications" button allows you to receive updates about your Lab Results or send notifications to someone you trust. If you want someone you trust to get notifications about your immunizations, share your record with them first so they can see your updates. Click here to learn how to share your record.

Please view the Share My record section for more information.​

The blue "Print Lab Results" button allows you to create and print a PDF report of your information.

Click on “Print Lab Results", select your preferred date range (all days or anywhere between 7 days to 12 months) and be sure to click "Save" on your selection.

You can select what type of information you want to see printed on your report (blood oxygen, blood pressure measurements, immunizations, insulin medications, lab results, etc.) and click "Save" on your selection.

When your selections have been made, click the blue "Export" button to produce the report. The PDF report will be created so you can save anywhere on your device.

Once you have made your selection, click "Save".

Once you have made your selection, click "Save".


To report an issue please call eHealth Support Services at:
1-800-315-6028
eHealth Support Services can't answer questions about symptoms.
For a medical emergency, call 911 right away.
For 24/7 nurse advice and general health information, call Health Link at 811.