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Understanding The Spo2 Numerics - Philips MP2 Instructions For Use Manual

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10 Monitoring SpO2
Another SpO
performed on the same patient). Always cover both sensors with opaque material to reduce
cross-interference.
Electromagnetic interference, especially at perfusion indicator values below 1.0 or signal
quality indicator below medium.
Excessive patient movement and vibration.

Understanding the SpO2 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:
When an automatic measurement is ongoing, the numerics are replaced by horizontal bars (1, 2 or 3
bars, in turn).
SpO
numerics from intermittent measurements (from the IntelliVue CL SpO
2
device) 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.
SpO2 Signal Quality Indicator (FAST SpO2 only)
The SpO
2
is available) which gives an indication of the reliability of the displayed values.
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sensor in close proximity (e.g. when more than one SpO
2
numeric is displayed together with a signal quality indicator (if configured and enough space
Measurement Mode (only with the IntelliVue CL
1
SpO
Pod, in
or
Auto
2
Repeat time (only with the IntelliVue CL SpO
2
Pod, in
Auto
mode)
Timestamp for numerics (only with the
3
IntelliVue CL SpO
Pod or a telemetry device)
2
Pulse numeric
4
Perfusion Numeric
5
Alarms off indicator (here for Pulse alarms)
6
7
SpO
numeric
2
SpO
alarm limits
8
2
Signal Quality indicator
9
measurement is
2
mode)
Manual
2
Pod or a telemetry
2

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