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Measurement Modes; Making Measurements; Understanding The Numerics - Philips MP2 Instructions For Use Manual

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9 Monitoring with the CL Respiration Pod (cmResp)

Measurement Modes

There are three different modes available for making respiration/pulse measurements:
Manual Mode - a single respiration measurement is made when
monitor or when the key on the Respiration Pod is pressed.
Automatic Mode - continually repeated respiration measurements with an adjustable interval
between them. The first measurement starts immediately after entering the automatic
measurement mode.
If configured, when the respiration rate moves outside the defined alarm limits, the measurement
mode changes automatically to frequent mode until the respiration rate moves back inside the
Frequent Mode - respiration and pulse are measured continuously. The respiration rate is updated
with every new detected breath. The shortest update interval for the pulse rate is 8 seconds.

Making Measurements

For the procedures for preparing the pod and making measurements, refer to the IntelliVue Cableless
Measurements Instructions for Use.
To start a measurement from the monitor, select
measurement can be started at any time, independent of the current measurement mode.

Understanding the Numerics

In automatic mode, you may see the time until the next measurement instead of the timestamp,
depending on your configuration. The time is shown like this:
The cmRR and pulse numerics can be configured to be grayed out or to disappear from the screen
after a set time. This avoids older numerics being misinterpreted as current data. The time can be set in
Configuration mode.
When an automatic measurement is ongoing, the numerics are replaced by horizontal bars, constantly
changing from one bar, to two, then to three.
Start cmResp
in the
Start cmResp
Setup cmResp
Measurement Mode
Repeat time (only in automatic mode)
Timestamp for numerics
Pulse numeric
cmRR numeric
cmRR alarm limits
Signal Quality indicator
is selected at the
menu. A single


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