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Basic Arrhythmia Chain; Learning; Learning Phase - Philips IntelliVue MX40 Instructions For Use Manual

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ST/AR Arrhythmia Monitoring
PVC Alarms Chain
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PVCs >xx/min

Learning

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ECG and Arrhythmia Monitoring

Basic Arrhythmia Chain

The diagram below shows the alarm condition priorities for basic
arrhythmia and the timeout levels for yellow alarm conditions.
Red Alarms
Asystole
V-FIB/TACH
V-TACH
Extreme
Tachy/Extreme
Brady
Yellow Arrhythmia Alarms
Beat Detection
Alarms Chain
Pacer Not
Capture/Pacer
Not Pace
First Level Timeout Period
Second Level Timeout Period
The arrhythmia system's goal is to learn the patient's normal complexes so
it can differentiate abnormal beats. This "learning" process uses the 15 first
valid beats (for example, free from noise) encountered during the learning
phase.
While the system is learning the complex, the delayed arrhythmia wave
displays the beat label "L".

Learning Phase

A learning phase involves the system learning the patient's dominant
complexes. During a learning phase:
Rate Alarms Chain
HR > xxx or HR < xxx

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