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Responding To Alarms; Hr/arrhythmia Alarms In Aed Mode; Troubleshooting - Philips HeartStart XL Plus 861290 Instructions For Use Manual

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Troubleshooting

Responding to Alarms

When an alarm occurs, the audio pause label appears above the Navigation and Menu Select buttons.
Press either button to silence the alarm audio while you attend to the patient. The alarm reannunciates if
the condition continues to exist beyond the configured alarm pause period or another alarm condition
occurs.
After pausing the audio on the HeartStart XL+, attend to the patient and press the Menu Select button to
acknowledge the alarm condition. If required, adjust the alarm limits using the Menu Select and
Navigation buttons.
Figure 46

HR/Arrhythmia Alarms in AED Mode

If alarms are turned on in AED Mode, all Technical Alarms listed in
Physiological Alarms from
• Asystole
• V-Fib/Tach
For more information on AED Mode, see
For more information on Alarms see
Troubleshooting
If your HeartStart XL+ does not operate as expected during ECG and Arrhythmia monitoring, see
45 "ECG Monitoring Problems"
Sample Alarm Response Menu
PVC 13 > 10/min.
Acknowledge
New Limits
Table 7
are generated when the condition exists:
• Extreme Tachy
• Extreme Brady
"Alarms"
on page 178.
Certain lethal arrhythmias
only have
a menu option.
Table 8
• HR High
• HR Low
"AED Mode"
on page 59.
on page 33.
4: ECG Monitoring
Acknowledge
as
and the following
Table
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