Connections between elements

Connections are all the relations expressed between elements. These relationships should mirror the sequence, temporal and / or casual between actions, decisions and ends.

These relations are represented as arrows.

Tip from UpHill

To help with the reading, the arrows should always follow the same direction: from left to right or from top to bottom.

Whenever there are repeated actions as a cycle, such as drug titrations, these paths must be represented by a dashed line.

For example, if among actions there is a time criterion to be applied, it must be described above the connection arrow.

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