1 Basic Operation
MP2 Screen Elements
Using the Touchscreen
Touch a screen element to get to the actions linked to that element. For example, touch a
measurement numeric and the setup menu for that measurement opens. Touch a wave to enter the
setup menu for that wave.
Measurement Setup Menus
Each measurement has a setup menu where you can change settings. Typically, the setup menu
window covers the whole screen, except the INOP and alarm message fields, which are always
displayed at the top. The following picture is an example, and may not show exactly what you see on
the screen. All measurement setup windows are similar and share the same basic layout.
Patient name / alarm
Patient category and bed label
/ INOP message field
Measurement numeric/values Touch the numeric to enter the measurement setup menu.
Measurement Selection key
Battery status indicator
Patient name can be covered by alarm messages or alarms
If red and yellow alarms are active at the same time, they
rotate in the alarm field.
Patient category and bed label can be covered by INOP
messages. If there are multiple red/yellow/cyan INOPs
active at the same time, they rotate in the INOP field.
Documented in Information Center Instructions for Use.
Touch the measurement to enter the measurement setup
Displayed below the HR label.
Touch the wave to enter the measurement setup menu.
Shows information and messages prompting you for
measurements and where they are physically located. From
here you can also enter the measurement setups.
Gives information about remaining battery charge,
estimated operating time, maintenance requirements and
malfunctions. See the chapter "Using Batteries" on
window which shows all