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Philips IntelliVue MX40 Instructions For Use Manual Page 58

Wearable patient monitor.
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Alarm Text
* MULTIFORM PVCs
* NON-SUSTAIN VT
*Nurse Call
* PACER NOT CAPT
* PACER NOT PACE
* PAIR PVCs
* PAUSE
* PVCs >xxx/MIN
* R-ON-T PVCs
* RUN PVCs
4-12
Alarms
Priority
Condition
Yellow
The occurrence of two differently
shaped Vs, each occurring at least
twice within the last 300 beats as well
as each occurring at least once within
the last 60 beats.
Yellow
A run of Vs having a ventricular Heart
Rate greater than V-Tach limit but
lasting for less than the V-Tach Run
limit.
Yellow
The patient has pressed the
Multi-Function Button on the MX40.
Yellow
No QRS for 1.75 x the average R-R
interval with Pace Pulse (paced
patient only).
Yellow
No QRS and Pace Pulse for 1.75 x
the average R-R interval (paced
patient only).
Yellow
Two consecutive PVCs between
non-PVCs.
Yellow
No QRS detected for x seconds.
Choices of >1.5 to 2.5 seconds.
Yellow
PVCs within one minute exceed by
the PVCs/min limit (xxx).
Yellow
For Heart Rate less than 100, a PVC
with R-R interval less than 1/3 the
average interval followed by a
compensatory pause of 1.25 x
average R-R interval, or 2 such Vs
without a compensatory pause
occurring within 5 minutes of each
other. (When Heart Rate is greater
than 100, 1/3 R-R interval is too short
for detection.)
Yellow
Run of PVCs greater than or equal to
2.
Source
ST/AR
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Basic &
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Basic &
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Basic &
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Enhanced
Arrhythmia
ST/AR
Enhanced
Arrhythmia

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