Changing Settings for a Captured 12-Lead ECG
changes apply to both the display and the printed 12-Lead report. The changes are only applied
temporarily and will not be stored. If you want to change the default settings, see "Setting Up the 12-
Lead ECG" on page 149.
High Pass Filter
Low Pass Filter
Rhythm Lead 1
Rhythm Lead 2
Rhythm Lead 3
Storing and Sending the 12-Lead ECG
You can enter an order number that will then be associated with the 12-Lead ECG. To enter an order
number, select the
the pop-up keys.
To store the previewed data on the monitor and send it to a connected Information Center for storage
and analysis, select the
Center, use the
the 12-Lead ECG data will not be uploaded from the MMS to another monitor after transport.
If the connection to the Information Center is not active while storing, the 12-Lead ECG will be
automatically sent as soon as the connection is established or restored. If a previously stored 12-Lead
ECG is waiting to be sent to the Information Center, it will be overwritten when a new 12-Lead ECG
is stored and can then not be sent to the Information Center.
Setup 12 Lead
pop-up key to choose settings for filter, gain, etc., if changes are needed. All
Sets the high pass filter for the waveforms.
Choices are 0.05 Hz, 0.15 Hz and 0.5 Hz.
Sets the low pass filter for the waveforms.
Choices are 40 Hz, 100 Hz and 150 Hz.
Switches the AC (line frequency) filter On or Off.
Defines the gain used for the waveforms.
Choices are 2.5 mm/mV, 5 mm/mV, 10 mm/mV and 20 mm/mV.
Defines the gain for the chest leads relative to the standard gain setting.
Choices are Full and Half.
Defines the waveform speed.
Choices are 25 mm/sec and 50 mm/sec.
Defines the page layout.
Choices are 12x1, 6x2, 3x4, 3x4 1R, 3x4 3R,3x4 ST and 3x4 1R ST. 1R and 3R
refer to 1 or 3 rhythm leads, ST formats contain an ST map.
Defines whether all leads show simultaneous or sequential intervals of time, when
displaying or printing 2 or more columns.
Choices are Sequential and Simultaneous.
Defines which lead will be used as rhythm lead 1, 2 or 3.
Choices are Primary, Secondary, I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6,
This setting is only relevant when 3x4 1R, 3x4 1R ST or 3x4 3R is selected as
Defines the sequence in which the leads are presented.
Choices are Cabrera and Internat.
pop-up key. The order number will be displayed in the title bar of
Store & Send
Store & Send
function before patient transport to store the 12-Lead ECG centrally, as
6 ECG, Arrhythmia, ST and QT Monitoring
pop-up key. If the monitor is connected to an Information