General Function Buttons
The General Function buttons control monitoring or non-critical resuscitation activity. See
The soft keys perform the function displayed as a label appearing directly above on the display. The
display and function change for the various modes of operation. You can hit either the top or bottom of
the soft key with the same result - except during pacing therapy. See
information. Functionality of the soft keys are described in their appropriate chapters throughout these
Instructions for Use. See
on page 6 for the location of the buttons and below for their definitions.
Changes the ECG lead in Wave Sector 1. Pressing this button cycles
through the available ECG waves, changing the displayed wave and
label. The list of available ECG waves is based on the connected lead set
and your device configuration, including pads, if the corresponding
cable is connected. See
Allows you to quickly change the patient category from adult (≥ 25kg or
≥ 8 years old ) to infant/child (<25kg or < 8 years old) and back again.
Pressing the Menu Select button displays the current menu or confirms a
Pressing either Navigation button displays the current menu. While
within a menu or list, pressing the buttons move the selection to the next
or previous item on the list. They also increase or decrease numbers or
values in a sequence. If you hold either button down, it scrolls.
When pressed, the Alarms button pauses all audible physiological and
technical alarms for the configured time interval. At the end of the pause
interval, each alarm returns to its previous setting. Pressing the Alarms
button during the pause interval returns the alarms to their previous
setting. When in AED Mode, pressing the Alarms button activates
The Mark Event button allows you to insert a time-stamped annotation
in the Event Summary Report to note events as they occur, including the
administration of certain drugs. See
When pressed, the Reports button will bring up the Reports Menu.
From the Reports Menu, you can print an Event Summary or Trends
The Print button begins a continuous printout of the primary ECG and
other selected waveforms either real time or with a 10-second delay,
depending upon your configuration. Pressing the Print button while
printing is in progress stops the printing. See
"Soft Key Labels"
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