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Philips IntelliVue MX40 Instructions For Use Manual Page 65

Wearable patient monitor.
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Alarm Text
%SpO
T
2
INTERFERENCE
Source - MX40
%SpO
T LOW PERF
2
Source - Monitor
%SpO
T NO SENSOR
2
Silencing this
Note —
technical alarm turns off
the SpO
measurement
2
on the MX40 only (not at
the Information Center).
Source - MX40
%SpO
T NOISY SIGN
2
Source - MX40
%SpO
T NON-PULSAT
2
Note —
When paired
directly with an IntelliVue
MP5 Patient Monitor, the
INOP will display as
SpO
T SENSOR OFF.
2
Source - MX40
%SpO
T SEARCHING
2
%SpO
T SENSOR
2
MALF
Source - MX40
TELE BATTERY LOW
Source - MX40
Priority
Condition
Hard
Level of ambient light
or level of electrical
interference are so
high that the SpO
sensor cannot measure
SpO
and pulse rate.
2
Soft
Accuracy may be
reduced due to low
perfusion. Data
displayed with ?.
Hard
No sensor attached to
SpO
device
2
Hard
Excessive patient
movements or
electrical interference
are causing irregular
pulse patterns
Hard
Pulse is too weak or
not detectable
Sensor has fallen off
at patient
Soft
The patient signal is
analyzed, but a valid
numeric is not available
yet.
Hard
Malfunction of the
SpO
sensor/adapter
2
cable
Soft
Lithium-ion battery
level is < 20% or has
<30 remaining time.
What to do
Reduce ambient light to
sensor or electrical noise
sources.
2
Increase perfusion. Change
sensor site. Avoid site distal
to BP cuff or intra-arterial
line. Warm the site.
Attach SpO
sensor.
2
Reduce movement or
electrical noise sources.
Check connection to
patient.
Change sensor site. Avoid
site distal to BP cuff or
intra-arterial line.
Wait for the measurement to
complete.
Replace sensor.
Insert a charged lithium-ion
battery pack.
Alarms
4-19

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