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Wearable patient monitor.
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Parameter
SpO
Numerics -
2
Averaging
SpO
& Pulse
2
Numerics - Update
Rate
Pleth Wave- Sampling
Rate
Technical Alarms
(INOPs)
Wavelength Range
Pulse Rate
Measurement
(available only with
Continuous SpO
)
2
Display of SpO
2
numerics
Emitted Light Energy
Specification
5 - 20 seconds (default = 10 seconds)
The update rate for the SpO
Note—
oximetry value and pulse rate is typically 1
second. This can be extended to a max. 60 s
when NBP is measured on the same limb,
with a corresponding INOP message after a
max. of 30 s, indicating that the displayed
values are not current values.
The effect of SpO
pulse oximetry on data
2
averaging is internally controllable by the
patient worn monitorMX40, with no user
controls.
Transmitted once per second.
The update rate for the SpO
Note—
oximetry value and pulse rate is typically 1
second. This can be extended to a max. 60 s
when NBP is measured on the same limb,
with a corresponding INOP message after a
max. of 30 s, indicating that the displayed
values are not current values.
125 sps
Triggered if the sensor is disconnected, if a
pulse is not detected, if the signal is noisy, if
light interference is detected, if the sensor is
defective, if the measurement is erratic, or if
the module is malfunctioning
500 to 1000 nm
Information about wavelength range
Note—
can be especially useful to clinicians (e.g.,
clinicians performing photodynamic therapy).
Range: 30 to 300 bpm
Accuracy: +/- 2%
Resolution: 1 bpm
SpO
values are displayed as xxx % SpO
2
meet ISO 9919.
< 15 mW
Safety Standards & Specifications
pulse
2
pulse
2
to
2
13-25

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