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Cardioversion Alarms; Troubleshooting - Philips HeartStart XL Plus 861290 Instructions For Use Manual

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Cardioversion Alarms

Cardioversion Alarms
Alarms can be generated for the conditions shown in
When you switch patient categories, all parameter alarm limits change to the new patient category. These
changes are retained when you switch modes.
For patients that are ≥ 25kg or ≥ 8 years old, use Adult patient category.
For patients <25kg or < 8 years old, use Infant/Child patient category.
For more information on alarms, see
Table 19
Alarm Message
Pads Off
Shock Aborted
Abnormal Shock
Dose Delivered
Pads/Paddle Type
Unknown
Equipment
Disabled: Therapy

Troubleshooting

If your HeartStart XL+ does not operate as expected during Cardioversion, see
and Pacing Problems"
"Alarms"
Defibrillation Alarms
Condition
With pads in use, the connection
between the device and patient has
been lost.
A shock has been automatically
aborted.
Abnormal shock dose delivered due
to marginal patient impedance.
The device detected a change in
paddles or pads type or the therapy
cable identification is invalid.
Therapy is disabled due to an
equipment failure.
on page 180.
Table
19. There are both audio and visual alerts.
on page 33.
Type of Alarm
High Priority
Non-Latching
Alarm
High Priority
Latching Alarm
7: Cardioversion
Indication
Red Alarm message
with alarm tone
Table 46 "Defibrillation
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