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Using Aed Mode To Monitor - Philips HeartStart XL Plus 861290 Instructions For Use Manual

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5: AED Mode
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AED Mode Forced Pause Related Messages
These messages may appear during a forced pause time period when analysis is not taking place and you can attend to the
patient.
Audio Message
"Begin CPR"
"Attend to patient
"No shock advised"
"Begin CPR, Check patient" None
"Stop CPR"

Using AED Mode to Monitor

You can use AED Mode to monitor your patient's ECG, SpO
activated for the parameters.
To monitor ECG in AED Mode and activate alarms:
Turn the Therapy knob to
1
If not correct, use the Patient Category button
For patients that are ≥ 25 kg or ≥ 8 years old, use Adult patient category.
For patients <25 kg or < 8 years old, use Infant/Child patient category.
After performing an initial ECG rhythm analysis, if the rhythm is not shockable, the HeartStart XL+
2
begins to monitor the patient.
3
To activate ECG alarms in AED Mode, press the Alarms button
HeartStart XL+.
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Display Text
Attend to Patient
Attend to Patient,
Monitoring
Attend to Patient
Attend to Patient, no
Shock Advised
None
AED
. The HeartStart XL+ announces the patient category currently set.
Condition
A shock series has ended and
the device has entered a
pause period for CPR.
A no shock decision has
been made and the device
has entered a pause period
for CPR.
A no shock decision has
been made and during
monitoring, artifact has
been detected.
You have paused the device.
A no shock decision has
been made and the device
has entered a pause period
for CPR.
The CPR pause period has
ended.
and pulse. Related alarms can also be
2
to select the appropriate patient category.
Using AED Mode to Monitor
User Action
Attend to the patient.
Begin CPR if indicated.
Attend to patient. Resume
analysis if indicated.
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