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NBP Alarms

NBP Alarms
Alarms are annunciated when a measurement for the configured source (systolic, diastolic or mean) falls
outside the configured high or low limits. NBP alarms are non-latching alarms, meaning they are
automatically removed when their alarm condition no longer exists. Both the source of the alarm and the
limits may be changed during an ongoing patient event.
NBP alarms can be generated for the conditions shown in Tables
as alarm messages in the NBP alarm status area above the NBP numeric. There are both audio and visual
alerts. For more information on alarms, see
Table 24
Alarm Message
NBPs High
NBPd High
NBPm High
NBPs Low
NBPd Low
NBPm Low
Table 25
Alarm Message
NBP Cuff
Overpressure
NBP Cuff Not
Deflated
NBP
Measurement
Failed
NBP Calibration
Overdue
NBP Equipment
Malfunction
NBP Error
NBP Physiological Alarms
Condition
The NBP systolic value exceeds
the high alarm limit.
The NBP diastolic value exceeds
the high alarm limit.
The NBP mean value exceeds the
high alarm limit.
The NBP systolic value has fallen
below the low alarm limit.
The NBP diastolic value has
fallen below the low alarm limit.
The NBP mean value has fallen
below the low alarm limit.
NBP Technical Alarms
Condition
The cuff pressure exceeded 300
mmHg/40 kPa.
The cuff has failed to deflate.
The device is unable to complete
a measurement.
NBP module calibration is due.
A problem with the NBP
module has been detected.
A non-critical failure has been
detected.
10: Blood Pressure Monitoring
24
and 25. Once generated, they appear
"Alarms"
on page 33.
Type of Alarm
Medium
Priority
Non-Latching
Alarm
Type of Alarm
Low Priority
Non-Latching
Alarm
Indication
Yellow alarm message with
audio tone
Indication
Cyan alarm message with
audio tone
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