There are a couple ways to approach this. Ideally you should create the script with EasyRx and submit it with parts that are available and give detailed instructions. If you have a custom part you can always draw it using the annotation tools in the in the tool ribbon. You can either free hand a drawing or using the polyline tool to quickly draw your desired part or modifications.
You can also submit a blank Rx or a partially designed prescription with detailed instructions, print the script and hand draw the design as you would with a normal paper RX. When it's received by the lab, they'll take it from there.
If using an EasyRx lab you can check that case at anytime to see how they designed the part for future reference. You can also contact EasyRx and with enough requests we will design and draw the part so it exists in the part library for future designs. If you are a lab or operate an in-house lab within your practice, you can also pay a designing fee to have your custom part designed and drawn for your parts library.
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