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Respiration; Respiration Alarm - Philips IntelliVue MX40 Instructions For Use Manual

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Characteristic
Frequency Response: Triangular
Impulse Response:
(for waves marked with ST bandwidth)
Pacemaker Pulse Display Capability
Tall T-Wave Rejection Capability

Respiration

Parameter
Leads Used for Measurement
Range
Bandwidth
Noise
Calibration Signal
Respiration Rate Resolution
Respiration Accuracy
Auxiliary Current, Respiration Excitation
Signal

Respiration Alarm

Alarm
Range
High
Adult/Pediatric: 10 to 100 rpm
Low
Adult/Pediatric: 0 to 95 rpm
Apnea Alarm
10 to 40 seconds
Performance Disclosure/Specification (in
italics)
Meets the ANSI/AAMI EC13 Section 4.2.9.8(b) standard: 0
to 25% reduction.
Meets the ANSI/AAMI EC13 Section 4.2.9.8(c) standard:
displacement maximum = 0.1 mV; slope
maximum = 0.30 mV/s.
Meets the ANSI/AAMI EC13 Section 4.2.9. 12 standard:
minimum = 0.2 mV RTI.
Meets AAMI standard:
0.5 – 40 BW: HR of 80bpm at all T-wave amplitudes
0.05 – 40 BW: HR of 80bpm at all T-wave amplitudes
Specification
RA, LL (standard) or I, A (EASI)
Adult/Pedi: 0 to 120 rpm
0.3Hz to 2.5Hz (-6dB)
Less than 25 mOhm (rms) referred to the
input
Signal: 1 Ohm p-p; Accuracy: +/- 20%
1 rpm
+/- 1 rpm for 0-120 rmp
< 470 uA rms @48KHz, sinusoidal waveform
Delay
≤ 15 seconds
for limits from 0 to 20 rpm: max. 4 seconds
for limits above 20 rpm: max. 15 seconds
Incremental delay 5 seconds max.
Safety Standards & Specifications
Measurement Specifications
15-29

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