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Other Alarms In Aed Mode; Troubleshooting - Philips HeartStart XL Plus 861290 Instructions For Use Manual

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5: AED Mode

Other Alarms in AED Mode

ECG
If ECG alarms are turned on in AED Mode, all Technical Alarms listed in
Alarms"
on page 55 and the following Physiological Alarms from
Alarms"
on page 54 are generated when the condition exists:
• Asystole
• V-Fib/Tach
Once generated, all alarms appear as messages in the HR alarm status area above the HR numeric. There
are both audio and visual alerts. For more information on ECG alarms, see
page 52.
SpO
and Pulse
2
If SpO
and Pulse alarms are turned on, once generated the alarm messages appear in the SpO
2
status area above their respective numeric. For more information on these alarms see
page 103 and

Troubleshooting

If your HeartStart XL+ does not operate as expected during AED Mode, see
Pacing Problems"
If there is a delay in delivering therapy, start CPR if indicated.
72
• Extreme Tachy
• Extreme Brady
"Pulse Rate Alarms"
on page 106.
on page 180.
"HR/Arrhythmia Physiological
• HR High
• HR Low
Troubleshooting
"HR/Arrhythmia Technical
"Arrhythmia Monitoring"
on
or Pulse
2
"SpO
Alarms"
on
2
Table 46 "Defibrillation and

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