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Working With The Heartstart Xl; Operating Modes - Philips HeartStart XL Plus 861290 Instructions For Use Manual

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The HeartStart XL+ was designed and built with clinical use in mind. Philips' designers and engineers,
building on our experience as a market leader, worked with clinicians around the globe to confirm the
HeartStart XL+ meets clinicians' needs.

Operating Modes

The HeartStart XL+ has four Clinical Modes and four non-clinical modes of operation, each with a
customized display (see
Table 1
Mode
Monitor
AED
Manual
Defibrillation
Pacer
Operational
Check
Data
Management
Configuration
Service
Working with the
Table
1).
Operating Modes
This mode is used to monitor ECG, optional
NBP and SpO
parameters and for viewing Vital
2
Signs Trending data.
This mode is used to analyze ECG and if
necessary, administer semi-automated external
defibrillation. You can also monitor HR and
SpO
.
2
This mode is used to perform asynchronous and
synchronous cardioversion (defibrillation).
This optional mode is used to perform demand or
fixed pacing.
This mode is used to perform routine
maintenance activities related to Operational
Check.
This mode is used to review Event Summaries and
other device data after clinical use.
This mode is used to display and change the
HeartStart XL+'s configuration.
This mode is used when servicing the device,
including software upgrades.
HeartStart XL+
Description
3
For more information see
"ECG Monitoring"
on
page 43
"AED Mode"
on page 59
"Manual Defibrillation"
on
page 73 and
"Cardioversion"
on page 81
"Pacing"
on page 89
"Operational and Shift
Checks"
on page 147
"Data Management"
on
page 119
"Configuration"
on
page 135
The HeartStart XL+ Service
Manual
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