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Spo 2 Alarms - Philips HeartStart XL Plus 861290 Instructions For Use Manual

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SpO
Alarms
2
Figure 57
Pleth Wave
When the sensor is connected to the HeartStart XL+, the pleth wave is displayed in the configured Wave
Sector. Grid lines are displayed to indicate signal quality. When the signal quality is good, the pleth wave
is auto-scaled to the grid lines. When the signal is poor, the size of the wave is proportionally decreased
and appears not to reach the grid lines.
Figure 58
SpO
Alarms
2
Alarms are annunciated if measurements fall outside the configured limits for high or low SpO
measurement falls below the configured SpO
alarms, meaning they are automatically removed when their alarm condition no longer exists. Desat
alarms are latching, meaning they remain present even if the alarm condition no longer exists.
SpO
alarms can be generated for the conditions shown in Tables
2
appear as alarm messages in the SpO
and visual alarms. For more information on alarms, see
Pulse Rate Value
bpm
HR
SpO2
70
95
150
100
50
90
Pulse
70
Pleth Waves
Good Pleth Signal Quality
Pleth
Poor Pleth Signal Quality
Pleth
alarm status area above the SpO
2
%
Pulse
bpm
70
120
50
bpm
Alarm Limits - If pulse rate alarms are
turned on, the alarm limits are
120
displayed. If alarm limits are turned off,
50
the alarms off symbol
Pulse alarms are off by default.
Desat Limit. SpO
alarms, except Desat, are non-latching
2
2
21
and 22. Once generated, they
"Alarms"
on page 33.
9: Pulse Oximetry
is displayed.
, or if the
2
numeric. There are both audio
2
103

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