The level to which the triangle is filled shows the quality of the signal. The
signal quality is at a maximum when the triangle is completely filled.
Removal of the SpO
Silencing this alarm turns the SpO
module is still operating in the background and consuming battery
power. If you do not intend to resume continuous SpO
change to Manual mode.There is no technical alarm for a "No Sensor"
condition in Manual mode.
If you measure SpO
configured to suppress this alarm, there can be a delay of up to 60
seconds in indicating critical patient status, such as sudden pulse loss or
measurements can be made manually on an as-needed basis in
Manual mode, or continuously in Continuous mode, depending on your
MX40 configuration. While operating in Continuous mode, you can also
measure pulse, and display the pleth wave on the MX40 and at the
Information Center. The SpO
a control from the Information Center. SpO
considerable electrical energy. The battery power must be at least 10% full
in order to make SpO
To resume the SpO
blank measurement area and select SpO
Note — Before disabling SpO
active alarms at the MX40.
Setting the mode to Manual or Continuous can be done at the Information
Center or at the MX40.
To select the measurement mode at the MX40:
Setup, select Mode.
Select Continuous or Manual mode.
sensor from the MX40 patient cable during
monitoring results in a "No Sensor" technical alarm.
on a limb that has an inflated NBP cuff, a
technical alarm can occur. If the monitor is
parameter is turned on/off at the MX40 or by
measurement after it has been turned off, touch the
at the Information Center, acknowledge any
measurement off, however the SpO
to turn it back on.