Ending The Sepsis Management Bundle
The Sepsis Management Bundle normally ends 24 hours after the Sepsis Resuscitation Bundle started,
as documented by the bundle timer on the
key that routine monitoring should now resume. By selecting
Management Bundle phase by an additional 6 hours.
After completion of the Sepsis Management Bundle a sepsis standby phase begins which allows time
for further patient stabilization and recovery. During this phase Severe Sepsis Screening is suspended.
The standby phase is by default 7 days but the length can be adjusted in Configuration Mode.
Viewing and Printing the Protocol Log
The Protocol Log stores all user interactions, alarms and phase transitions while the SSC Sepsis
Protocol is running.
To view the Log select
You can choose between three different views of the Protocol Log:
When the Log consists of several pages, you can move through the pages with the
To start a Protocol Log printout, select
The log is cleared whenever a patient is discharged.
Always Discharge Patients
It is essential that patients are discharged when monitoring ends. As a reminder, the monitor can be
configured to display a pop-up window when the monitor has been switched off, in Standby mode, or
not monitoring basic vitals for a certain time. The window asks whether a new patient is being
monitored and offers a pop-up key to discharge the previous patient if this is the case. The window
must be configured in Configuration Mode.
When the previous patient is discharged, this clears the protocol log, resets the timers and deletes
manually entered measurement values.
- a short form which does not include when the windows were triggered
- a complete log of all user interactions, alarms and phase transitions
- you can view log entries for one phase by selecting that phase on the orientation line
screen. You are asked to confirm with the
you can extend the Sepsis