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5 Managing Patients and Equipment
36.202.3a)4), the short range radio connection is immune up to 3V/m in the frequency range from
80 MHz to 2.0 GHz and up to 1V/m in the frequency range from 2.0 to 2.3 GHz. Depending on the
strength and duration of the interference, the interruption may occur for an extended period. A loss of
connection, due to moving out-of-range, interference, or for other reasons, is indicated with a
Disconnected
Correct channel configuration is important, refer to the Configuration Guide for details.
If a
Tele Disconnected
disappear (without being silenced) as soon as the ECG signal from the telemetry device is available at
the Information Center via standard telemetry transmission.
Controlling Other Devices from the Bedside
You can change ECG settings for the current ECG source from the patient monitor.
Select the own patient overview window.
1
Select the
2
A setup menu will appear with the settings available for the current ECG source. If it is a telemetry
transmitter or patient monitor connected to the Information Center via LAN or WLAN, the following
settings are available: adjust HR alarms, relearn arrhythmia, select primary/secondary ECG lead, select
arrhythmia analysis mode, change primary/secondary ECG lead size. PIIC iX only: if the current ECG
source is a patient monitor connected to the Information Center via IntelliVue Instrument Telemetry
(IIT), only the adjust HR alarms setting is available.
Viewing and Silencing Other Device Alarms at the Bedside
When other devices are assigned to the patient, alarms from those devices will also be indicated on the
monitor, in addition to the main indication at the Information Center.
If configured, a generic alarm message will appear in the alarm status area with standard alarm tones.
The alarm message will have the color and * or ! coding corresponding to the severity of the alarm.
The specific alarm message (for example
If configured, alarms generated from another device can be silenced at the bedside. Either the monitor
Silence
key is configured to silence both monitor and other device alarms (must be configured at the
Information Center) or the
Select the own patient overview window.
1
Select the
2
Depending on your Information Center configuration, the
device alarms and bedside alarms.
WARNING
Even when the other device data is not visible on the screen, you may be silencing monitor alarms and
other device alarms, if the Information Center and monitor are so configured.
100
INOP.
INOP occurs when the telemetry device goes out-of-range, the INOP will
pop-up key.
Setup Equipm.
pop-up key will be available:
Silence Bed
pop-up key.
Silence Bed
** HR Low
) will appear in the own patient overview window.
Silence Bed
Tele
key may silence both other

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