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Pacing Alarms - Philips HeartStart XL Plus 861290 Instructions For Use Manual

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Pacing Alarms

Pacing Alarms
Pacing alarms can be generated for the conditions shown in
alarm messages in the Pacer Bar. There are both audio and visual alerts. When you switch patient
categories, all parameter alarm limits change to the new patient category. These changes are retained
when you switch modes.
For patients that are ≥ 25kg or ≥ 8 years old, use Adult patient category.
For patients <25kg or < 8 years old, use Infant/Child patient category.
For more information on alarms, see
Table 20
Alarm Message
Pacing Stopped.
Power
Interrupted.
Pacing Stopped.
Pads Off.
Pacing Stopped.
Device Error.
Pacing Stopped.
Pads Cable Off.
Equipment
Disabled: Therapy
Pacing Stopped.
Leads Off.
Pacer Output Low
Battery Low
NOTE: Once the reason for the Pacing Stopped alarm has been resolved, that part of the alarm message is
removed from the display. The audio alarm continues. You must press the
resume pacing, remove the remainder of the alarm from the display and silence the audio alarm.
"Alarms"
Pacing Alarms
Condition
Pacing has stopped. There has
been a power failure during
pacing.
Pacing has stopped. A pads off
condition has been detected
during pacing.
Pacing has stopped. The
HeartStart XL+ has detected an
error which prevents delivery of
pacing therapy.
Pacing has stopped. The Therapy
cable is disconnected from the
device.
Therapy is disabled due to an
equipment failure.
Pacing has stopped. The primary
ECG lead has become invalid in
Demand Mode pacing.
The actual delivered pace pulse
current is less than the selected
output.
The battery's charge level is low.
Table
20. Once generated, they appear as
on page 33.
Type of Alarm
High Priority
Non-Latching
Alarm
[Start Pacing]
8: Pacing
Indication
Red Alarm message with
alarm tone
soft key to
97

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