31 Respiratory Loops
To open the
available numerics from the source device can be shown.
Capturing and Deleting Loops
Up to six loops of each kind can be stored for reference.
To capture the current Loop and display it in the
The monitor will prompt you to save the loop for reference, either in addition to or in place of
previously stored loops.
Status messages at the bottom of the window provide information on the loop capture process.
To delete Loops from the reference list,
Colored rectangles beside the loops timestamps and color-coded with the loops tell you whether each
loop is currently displayed or not:
A filled-in rectangle marks loops currently shown in the
A rectangle outline marks loops not currently shown.
Selecting the timestamp of the currently-displayed loop hides it and shows the next in the list; selecting
the timestamp of a currently hidden loop displays it.
Changing Loops Display Size
To change the loops display size, in the
This does not affect the size of loops printed in reports.
Using the Loops Cursor
To view the coordinates for any point on a stored loop,
Select the pop-up key
Select the required loop from the list of available loops.
Use the arrow pop-up keys to move the cursor around the loop. The values for both loop axes are
shown for every point on the loop.
Select the X at the top of the loop list to exit the cursor.
window, and its associated pop-up keys,
, or select the
window, in addition to the stored loops, two realtime airway waves and up to nine
pop-up key to view the list of stored loops and delete the loops from the
to display loops at half the usual size
to display loops at the usual size
to display loops at twice the usual size
SmartKey, if configured.
window, select the pop-up key