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6 ECG, Arrhythmia, ST and QT Monitoring
Format
Time
Rhythm Lead 1
Rhythm Lead 2
Rhythm Lead 3
Lead Sequence
Storing and Sending the 12-Lead ECG
You can assign an order number that will then be associated and stored with the 12-Lead ECG.
If you have an Information Center connected, it may provide order management, in which case an
Order (xx)
showing a list of any pending 12-lead orders for the patient. In this window you can assign and remove
orders, in the same way as you would do directly at the Information Center.
If no Information Center is connected, you can enter an order number manually. Select the
pop-up key and type in the number. The order number will be stored with the capture and displayed
#
in the title bar of 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
If the monitor is connected to an Information Center, use the
transport to store the 12-Lead ECG centrally, as 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.
Printing the 12-Lead ECG
Print a dedicated 12-Lead ECG report by selecting the
When you are working with a PIIC iX that provides 12-Lead analysis data to the monitor, the report
contains the 12-Lead analysis results as well as measurement values (e.g. ST values, QT values, HR)
that are also downloaded from the PIIC iX.
If you work with a PIIC, or a PIIC iX without the necessary license, no 12-Lead analysis data is
provided to the monitor. In this case, the report only contains the real-time measurement values from
the bedside.
Consequently, the measurement values in the report might differ in the two cases, due to the slightly
different algorithm approaches of the patient monitor (real-time measurement) and the PIIC iX
(diagnostic interpretation of 12-Lead capture).
120
Defines the page layout.
12x1
Choices are
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.
Sequential
Choices are
Defines which lead will be used as rhythm lead 1, 2 or 3.
Primary
Choices are
V9
V3R
V4R
,
,
This setting is only relevant when
Defines the sequence in which the leads are presented.
Cabrera
Choices are
pop-up key is displayed. This opens the order window from the Information Center,
pop-up key.
Store & Send
6x2
3x4
3x4 1R
3x4 3R
,
,
,
,
Simultaneous
and
.
Secondary
I
II
III
aVR
,
,
,
,
,
V5R
V6R
MCL
,
,
, and
.
3x4 1R
3x4 1R ST
,
Internat
and
.
Store & Send
Print Report
3x4 ST
3x4 1R ST
,
and
. 1R and 3R refer
aVL
aVF
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
3x4 3R
or
is selected as
function before patient
pop-up key.
V6
V7
V8
,
,
,
,
Format
.
Enter Order

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