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Philips IntelliVue MX800 IntelliVue MP2 Configuration Manual

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CON F IGU RATI ON GUI DE
IntelliVue Patient Monitor
MX 8 0 0
MP 2/ 5/ 20 / 3 0 / 4 0/ 5 0 / 6 0 / 70 / 8 0 / 9 0
MP 5T /M P5 S C/ X 2
Ca b l e le s s Me a s u r e m e n t s R e v . A
For monitor release H.0 with software revision H.0x.xx
P a t i e nt M o n i t o r i n g

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  • Page 1 CON F IGU RATI ON GUI DE IntelliVue Patient Monitor MX 8 0 0 MP 2/ 5/ 20 / 3 0 / 4 0/ 5 0 / 6 0 / 70 / 8 0 / 9 0 MP 5T /M P5 S C/ X 2 Ca b l e le s s Me a s u r e m e n t s R e v .
  • Page 2 Philips Medizin Systeme Boeblingen GmbH Hewlett-Packard Str. 2 71034 Boeblingen Germany © Copyright 2002-2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All Rights Reserved Part Number 4535 642 29201 Printed in Germany 10/2010...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents 1 Understanding Configuration Who is this Guide for? Which Monitor Models is this Guide for? What is Configuration Mode? Who Can Change the Monitor Configuration? Understanding Profiles and Settings Entering and Leaving Configuration Mode About the IntelliVue Support Tool 2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Getting Started Modifying an Existing Profile...
  • Page 4 5 Screen & Profile Overview About the Screen Configurations Sample Screen Image (.bmp) MX800 Configuration Overview MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Configuration Overview MP40/MP50 Configuration Overview MP20/MP30 Configuration Overview MP20 Junior & MP20L Configuration Overview MP5 Configuration Overview MP5T Configuration Overview MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview MP2/X2 Configuration Overview Screen Overview MX800 Screen Overview...
  • Page 5: Understanding Configuration

    Understanding Configuration Who is this Guide for? This book is for anyone making permanent changes to the configuration of an IntelliVue Patient Monitor. You must understand English, be familiar with the monitor and its Instructions for Use, know how to make changes to measurements and settings in monitoring mode, and understand the clinical implications of any changes you make.
  • Page 6: What Is Configuration Mode

    1 Understanding Configuration What is Configuration Mode? What is Configuration Mode? The monitor ships with preset configurations that are suitable for common monitoring situations. To develop and store your own configurations you must switch to the monitors configuration mode. Configuration mode is a password-protected operating mode that lets expert users make permanent changes to the monitor configuration.
  • Page 7: Understanding Profiles And Settings

    Understanding Profiles and Settings 1 Understanding Configuration Understanding Profiles and Settings The IntelliVue patient monitor is highly configurable. To manage its various settings, settings are grouped into six main categories: • Profiles • Screens • Monitor settings • Measurement settings •...
  • Page 8 1 Understanding Configuration Understanding Profiles and Settings This graphic illustrates the concept of Profiles and their building blocks in the IntelliVue Patient Monitor. Notice that settings blocks and screens are only linked to a Profile. This indicates that storing a changed Profile saves the combination of building blocks, but not individual monitor settings, measurement settings, or Screens.
  • Page 9 Understanding Profiles and Settings 1 Understanding Configuration Display Screens A Screen defines the overall selection, size and position of measurement waves, numerics and SmartKeys on the monitor display. A monitor can have a maximum of 20 preconfigured Screens, optimized for common monitoring scenarios.
  • Page 10: Entering And Leaving Configuration Mode

    1 Understanding Configuration Entering and Leaving Configuration Mode Resolution. Like global settings, hardware settings are independent of Profiles, and any changes you make to the hardware settings configuration are automatically stored, there is no need to save them in an extra step.
  • Page 11: About The Intellivue Support Tool

    To use the Support Tool, you must have a license key. To get a license key, you must complete a special training. Please contact your local Philips Customer Response Center for further details. The Support Tool functionality your license key permits you to use, depends on your function (e.g.
  • Page 12 1 Understanding Configuration About the IntelliVue Support Tool...
  • Page 13: Configuring Profiles And Settings Blocks

    Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Getting Started To start configuring your monitor, access Profiles by selecting either: • the Profiles screen element from the monitor’s Info Line, or • the Profiles SmartKey , or • Profiles from the Main Setup menu. The configuration pop-up keys will appear to let you carry out configuration tasks.
  • Page 14: Modifying An Existing Profile

    2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Modifying an Existing Profile Modifying an Existing Profile You can change the settings within an existing Profile. The monitor remembers any changes made when you switch between monitoring mode and configuration mode. All changes can be permanently stored in configuration mode, as described in the following sections.
  • Page 15: Modifying An Existing Settings Block

    Modifying an Existing Settings Block 2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Modifying an Existing Settings Block To change settings in an existing settings block: Select the settings block you want to change and select the Load pop-up key to activate it. Make the changes to the individual measurements or monitor settings.
  • Page 16 2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Creating New Profiles c. Use the on-screen keyboard to type the name of the new settings block, in this case Monitor B. If you do not name the Settings Block, the monitor will assign a default name. You can rename the Settings Block later.
  • Page 17: Deleting A Settings Block Or Profile

    Deleting a Settings Block or Profile 2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Deleting a Settings Block or Profile You cannot delete a locked settings block, or one that is used in any Profile. You must remove it from the Profile or delete the Profile first. From the Profiles menu, select the block or Profile you want to delete.
  • Page 18: Unlocking A Settings Block Or Profile

    2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Unlocking a Settings Block or Profile Unlocking a Settings Block or Profile Profiles and settings blocks can be locked to prevent them from being modified or deleted. This ensures that a minimum configuration is always available. A locked Profile or settings block is identified (in configuration mode only) by a lock symbol.
  • Page 19 Configuring a Second / Third Main Display 2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks • an MX800 with Independent Display Interface or MP90 with a Dual CPU, when using an XDS Remote Display as the third display. Display 1 is always the built-in display of the MX800, or the display connected to the first CPU of the MP90 monitor.
  • Page 20 2 Configuring Profiles and Settings Blocks Configuring a Second / Third Main Display If you load the same Screen onto more than one display, then modify them differently, and then store one of the Screens, the modified Screen on the other displays will still be available. The stored Screen will be available on all displays except on the XDS Remote Display.
  • Page 21: Configuring Screens

    Configuring Screens During monitoring, you can change the content of most of the Screen elements, for example you can exchange a Resp wave for a Pressure wave. These changes can be permanently stored as part of the Screen settings in configuration mode. You can also use the IntelliVue Support Tool to configure Screens offline on a personal computer and then upload them as part of a configuration file to one or more patient monitors.
  • Page 22: Modifying An Existing Screen

    3 Configuring Screens Modifying an Existing Screen • special settings that determine the behavior of certain Screen elements, such as Screen trends, realtime waves, embedded trend windows, or embedded Other Bed Overview windows. Modifying an Existing Screen To change an existing Screen: Load the Screen and make the changes to the Screen.
  • Page 23: Changing The Content Of Screen Elements

    Changing the Content of Screen Elements 3 Configuring Screens • The changed Screen is not part of the monitor configuration and can therefore not be cloned to another monitor using the IntelliVue Support Tool. • The changed Screen can be modified with the Screen Editor of the IntelliVue Support Tool. For more details regarding the configuration of the XDS Remote Display, refer to the Installation and Configuration Guide for the XDS Application.
  • Page 24 3 Configuring Screens Changing the Content of Screen Elements H10 / H40 Comments Pulse MX800, MP20 -90 monitors only Any Perf tcpCO Any Agent Delta SpO Displaying Timers on the Main Screen If you want to have a timer displayed on the Main Screen, you can substitute it for a numeric which is not MX800 directly associated with a wave or a Screen Trend.
  • Page 25: Changing The Size And Position Of Screen Elements

    Changing the Size and Position of Screen Elements You cannot change the size and position of Screen elements. This is a configuration service that is provided, at a charge, by Philips, for monitors with option C20. Configuring SmartKeys There are two ways to configure SmartKeys: •...
  • Page 26: Configuring Special Screen Settings

    3 Configuring Screens Configuring Special Screen Settings To delete a SmartKey from the list of configured SmartKeys, ♦ select it in the list, then select the pop-up key Delete. To move a SmartKey to a different position, ♦ Use the Sort Up and Sort Down pop-up keys. The number of SmartKeys visible at a time depends on the monitor’s display resolution: SVGA ...
  • Page 27 Configuring Special Screen Settings 3 Configuring Screens Change View The screen trend presentation can be configured to Tabular, Graphical, Horizon, or Histogram. The Tabular view can only be used with aperiodic measurements, such as NBP, C.O., C.I., PAWP. If you configure the view of an NBP trend, for example, to Tabular, and during monitoring the user changes the trend to a periodic measurement, such as ABP, the view automatically switches to Graphical.
  • Page 28 3 Configuring Screens Configuring Special Screen Settings Buffer defines which of the three preconfigured buffers is used when the Screen with the embedded CSA window is loaded. On/Off Clipping Set Clipping to On to improve the 3-D presentation of the embedded CSA and make it more “readable”.
  • Page 29: Configuration Settings Appendix

    If you change settings from their default, this document will no longer reflect your configuration. A Philips representative or trained biomedical engineer can generate a detailed report of the changed monitor configuration using the IntelliVue Support Tool. Make sure you review the description of this functionality in the Support Tool Instructions for Use before you interpret the content of this report.
  • Page 30 4 Configuration Settings Appendix About Configuration Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) MP5T, MP2/X2 Mode MP20 - MP90 MP5 - MP90 MP5 (H10/20/40) MP5 (B10/B11/B14) (H10/20/40) (H30) MP2/X2 C M Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile...
  • Page 31 About Configuration Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix To keep the tables as readable as possible, the following rules apply: – If the same default value applies to more than one profile in the same subsection, the table entry will be extended to cover all profiles that apply, and the value will be listed in the leftmost column only (see Repetition Time or Mode).
  • Page 32: Profile Settings

    4 Configuration Settings Appendix Profile Settings Profile Settings Profile Settings: Main Setup -> Profiles Factory default settings for Profiles depend on the monitor model, as well as the monitor’s H and A option. For detailed information on all factory-provided default Profiles, see the section “Configuration Overview”, starting see on page 222.
  • Page 33: Measurement Settings

    Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings This section lists all the settings grouped in the Measurement Settings Block. They define how the monitor measures and displays patient data. Read any information on configuration implications at the end of each section before you make any configuration changes. Measurement Settings Page Page...
  • Page 34 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring ECG Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> ECG Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP5 - MP90 MP5 - MP90 (H30) (H10/20/40) MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 C M Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile...
  • Page 35 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP5 - MP90 MP5 - MP90 (H30) (H10/20/40) MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 C M Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Adult Pedi Adult Pedi Outdoor Alarms Off not applicable, see "Configuring ECG/Pulse Alarms"...
  • Page 36 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings • Ext. Monitor: Using this filter results in an ECG bandwidth of 0.5 – 150 Hz. Use when diagnostic quality is required but low frequency interference or a wandering baseline may be expected. The upper edge frequency is the same as the Diag setting and the lower edge frequency is the same as the Monitor setting.
  • Page 37 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix ECG AL. Off Inop If ECG alarms are off or Pulse is selected as active alarm source, the INOP ECG/ARRH ALARM OFF is shown permanently. If you do not want this INOP to appear, you must set ECG AL.
  • Page 38 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring ECG/Pulse Alarms Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> ECG -> AlarmSrc(ECG/AR), or Main Setup -> Measurements -> Pulse -> AlarmSrc(ECG/AR) Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. Mode Profile Alarms Source x x ECG/Arrhythm Auto Auto Auto...
  • Page 39 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix • ECG/Arrhythm: Select ECG/Arrhythm if you want the heart rate from the ECG to be the alarm source. Even with Alarm Source set to ECG/Arrhythm, if you switch the ECG measurement off, the monitor will automatically use Pulse as alarm source, provided a pulse source is switched on and available.
  • Page 40 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Δ Δ ExtrBrady Extreme bradycardia and extreme tachycardia alarms are based on the ExtrTachy, Δ Δ ECG/Pulse limit alarms. Use the ExtrTachy and ExtrBrady setting to define the difference between the heart rate limit and the extreme limit. For example, if the heart rate high limit is 120 bpm and the difference is 20 bpm then the extreme tachycardia limit is 140.
  • Page 41 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring the System Pulse Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> Pulse Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP5 - MP90 (H10/20/40) MP5 - MP90 (H30) MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 C M Profile Profile Profile Profile...
  • Page 42 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring Arrhythmia Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> Arrhythmia Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP5 - MP90 (H10/20/40) MP5 - MP90 (H30) MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 C M Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile...
  • Page 43 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Arrhythmia Configuration Implications Pause This setting lets you adjust the time period between the point where the monitor cannot detect a QRS complex and the indication of a Pause alarm. HR Alarms With Arrhythmia switched On, high and low heart rate alarms were traditionally part of the yellow arrhythmia alarm chain and were therefore signaled as short yellow alarms.
  • Page 44 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring Arrhythmia Alarm Recordings (See "Configuring Alarm Recordings" on page 101) Arrhythmia recordings are affected by the settings Record HR and Record PVC, as some arrhythmia alarms have both a HR component and a PVC component.
  • Page 45 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix This setting lets you switch ST Analysis On or Off. ST Analysis ST-Index This setting lets you switch the ST-Index numeric On or Off for display. The ST index numeric (STindx) is the sum of the absolute values for the ST leads V2, V5, aVF. Because it is based on absolute values, it is always a positive number.
  • Page 46 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Select the Delete key. This removes this lead from the list of chosen leads. The order in which ST leads are listed in the Setup ST Leads menu determines the order in which ST leads are displayed on the monitor screen.
  • Page 47 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix QTc Formula This setting lets you change the correction formula used to correct the measured QT interval for the patients heart rate. The QT interval has an inverse relationship to heart rate. Faster heart rates shorten the QT interval and slower heart rates prolong the QT interval.
  • Page 48 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Gain This setting lets you select the limb lead gain for both display and printout. Choices are 2.5 mm/mV, 5 mm/mV, 10 mm/mV, and 20 mm/mV. Chest Gain This setting lets you select the chest lead gain (V1 ... V6, MCL) for both display and printout relative to the limb lead gain.
  • Page 49 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring SpO The configuration settings for SpO can be set individually for each label - SpO , SpO pr, SpO r, SpO l, and %SpO NO TE The label %SpO T is only available on monitors that are currently connected to a telemetry device. , SpO pr, SpO po, SpO...
  • Page 50 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP2 - MP90 MP5SC, MP2/X2 Mode MP5#P05 MP5T, MP5SC C M Profile Desat Delay 20 sec NBP Alarm Suppr. Extd. Auto OnOff Disabled Disabled Color Cyan White 1.Profile SpotCheck for English language software only. 2.Setting is available for the CL Sp0 pod, and also for the label %SpO T, and on monitors that are currently connected to a telemetry device via...
  • Page 51 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Average The SpO numeric represents an average value calculated from several SpO values. Average lets you adjust the averaging time between 5, 10, and 20 seconds. It represents the approximate time period used for the calculation. The exact averaging algorithm depends on the SpO technology (option) used and on the signal conditions.
  • Page 52 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings NBP Alarm Suppr. This setting has an effect only when using SpO options FAST-SpO OxiMax-compatible SpO . Set NBP Alarm Suppr. to On to suppress INOPs that would otherwise be generated when you measure NBP on the same limb as SpO .
  • Page 53 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring Pulse from SpO Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> <SpO Label> -> Pulse (<SpO Label>) Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo High Limit x not applicable, see "Configuring ECG/Pulse Alarms"...
  • Page 54 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring ΔSpO (Oxygen Saturation Difference) Δ is a derived measurement. MX800 MP40-90 Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> ΔSpO2 only Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP40 - MP90 C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo First SpO...
  • Page 55 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring NBP (Non-Invasive Blood Pressure) Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> NBP Factory Defaults Profile Alarms from Sys. Sys. High 160 120 90 Sys. Low Dia. High Dia. Low Mean High 110 90 Mean Low Alarms Repeat Time...
  • Page 56 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Factory Defaults Profile every Phase D every Pulse(NBP) Unit mmHg Done Tone Start Time VP Pressure Reference not applicable, this setting is stored in the Monitor Settings Block: see "Configuring User NBP Time Interface Settings" on page 126. Color 1.Profile SpotCheck for English language software only.
  • Page 57 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix NBP Configuration Implications Phase A (B/C/D), every These settings are only visible if Mode is set to Sequence and you select Setup Sequence in the Setup NBP menu. You can then define up to four measurement cycles which will run consecutively.
  • Page 58 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings , ABP, ART, Ao, UAP, FAP, BAP, P1, P2, P3, P4 Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> <Press Label> Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP5 - MP90 (H10/20/40) MP5 - MP90 (H30) MP2/X2 C M Profile...
  • Page 59 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix CVP, RAP, LAP, UVP Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> <Press Label> Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP5 - MP90 (H10/20/40) MP5 - MP90 (H30) MP2/X2 M Profile Profile Profile Profile...
  • Page 60 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings PAP Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> PAP Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP2 - MP90 C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo Profile Outdoor Alarms from x Diastolic Sys.
  • Page 61 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix ICP, IC1, IC2 Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> <Press Label> Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP2 - MP90 M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo Profile Outdoor Alarms from x Mean Sys.
  • Page 62 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Filter This setting lets you apply a 12 Hz or a 40 Hz filter to the pressure signal. Use the 12 Hz filter when the pressure transducer is connected to the intra-arterial catheter via a fluid filled tubing system (pressure line).
  • Page 63 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix a red alarm is signalled when the limit is violated. Be sure to set the clamps beyond the configured pressure limits. Configuring Pulse from Invasive Pressure Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> <Press Label> -> Pulse (<Press Label>) MP5T MP5SC Factory Defaults...
  • Page 64 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5 (B10/B11/B14) M Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Adult Pedi Adult Pedi Outdoor High Limit Low Limit Alarms Disabled Measurement Enabled Arterial Source...
  • Page 65 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix PPV Configuration Implications PPV / Measurement If you set Measurement to Enabled, the user can switch the PPV measurement On in monitoring mode, provided the set arterial source is available. If Enabled, the derived PPV may generate a label conflict with the PPV calculated by the CCO measurement, see "CCO Configuration Implications"...
  • Page 66 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings C.O. Configuration Implications Method This lets you choose the C.O. method to configure the settings for each method. If a cardiac output catheter is connected, the correct method is automatically detected from the catheter type connected and cannot be manually changed.
  • Page 67 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP20 - MP90 C M Profile Adult Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Pedi Adult Pedi Outdoor CCO Low Limit x 4.0 l/min 2.6 l/min 0.3 l/min 4.0 l/min Alarms x On...
  • Page 68 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings SVR Configuration Implications Label This setting is only available when Measurement is Enabled. It lets you select whether the SVR or the SVRI (indexed SVR) is displayed. It is not possible to display both values at one time. Arterial Source This setting is only available when Measurement is Enabled.
  • Page 69 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuration Implications Label> The On/Off state of the SO measurement cannot be preconfigured. SO <SO automatically switched On when an SO transducer is connected to the monitor. Light Intensity Set this to Off if you do not want the Light Intensity Indicator to be displayed next to the SO numeric.
  • Page 70 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Measurement If Measurement is set to Enabled, the monitor automatically switches Sp-vO the Sp-vO measurement On when the set SpO source and the SvO value are available. The user can still switch Off Sp-vO in monitoring mode.
  • Page 71 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix The On/Off state of the TcpO /TcpCO measurement cannot be preconfigured. TcpO /TcpCO TcGas measurements are automatically switched On when a tcGas transducer is connected to the monitor. Site Time This setting defines the period after which the clinician is reminded by the monitor to change the sensor site.
  • Page 72 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring Transcutaneous Gas (IntelliVue TcG10) The default settings for the IntelliVue TcG10 in combination with the IntelliBridge EC10 module and MX800 their configuration implications are specific to individual IntelliVue TcG10 and IntelliBridge drivers. MP40-90 They are stored in the IntelliBridge EC10 module and cannot be stored in the monitor configuration.
  • Page 73 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix 2.Setting available for M3014A only. Configuration Implications The On/Off state of the CO measurement cannot be preconfigured. CO is automatically switched On when a CO transducer is connected to the monitor. This setting lets you switch the inspired minimum CO (imCO ) numeric On or Off.
  • Page 74 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo High Limit x 30 Low Limit Apnea Time x 20 sec Alarms x On awRR x On awRR Configuration Implications Apnea Time The apnea alarm is a high priority red alarm used to detect apneas.
  • Page 75 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Resp This setting lets you switch the Resp measurement On or Off. If Resp is switched Off, the small current applied to the Resp electrodes to enable the impedance measurement is switched off. Detection The respiration detection level can be configured to be set either automatically or manually.
  • Page 76 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Spirometry AWP (Airway Pressure) Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> Spirometry -> AWP Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP40 - MP90 C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo PIP High x 40 cmH2O 25 cmH2O 20 cmH2O...
  • Page 77 Gas Analyzer to derive gas concentrations from the Philips gas analyzer. Note: Gas concentrations from the gas analyzer are only available for Philips gas analyzers, not for devices connected via a Vuelink or IntelliBridge plug-in module. If gas concentrations from the gas analyzer are selected but not all data is available, the missing data is taken from manually entered values.
  • Page 78 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings RRspir Configuration Implications Apnea Time The apnea alarm is a high priority red alarm used to detect apneas. The Apnea Time defines the time period between the point where the monitor cannot detect any respiration activity and the indication of the apnea alarm.
  • Page 79 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix MDF lets you switch the MDF numeric On or Off. The MDF (Mean Dominant Frequency) is the mean value of the frequency which dominates the measured EEG. PPF lets you switch the PPF numeric On or Off. The PPF (Peak Power Frequency) is the frequency with the highest measured amplitude.
  • Page 80 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Confirm when finished. For each other montage, repeat steps 2 to 4. Renaming EEG Montages In the Setup EEG menu, select Show Montage to enter the EEG Impedance/Montage window. Select the pop-up key Change Name and use the on-screen keyboard to enter the new name. Select Enter to save your changes.
  • Page 81 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix EEG Montages Configuration Implications Select Montage Lets you select the default montage the monitor uses when the EEG measurement is started. Configuring BIS (Bispectral Index) MX800 Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> BIS MP20-90 only Factory Defaults...
  • Page 82 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Bursts lets you switch the Bursts numeric On or Off. To configure this setting, you must disconnect the BIS/BISx Engine from the BIS module. The Bursts numeric helps you quantify suppression by measuring the number of EEG bursts per minute, where an EEG burst is defined as a period of activity followed and preceded by inactivity (at least 0.5 second).
  • Page 83 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Temp, Trect, Tcore, Tskin, Tesoph, Tnaso, Tart, Tven, Tvesic, Ttymp, Tcereb, Tamb, T1, T2, T3, T4 Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> <Temp Label> Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP5 - MP90 (H10/20/40) MP5 - MP90 (H30)
  • Page 84 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring Predictive Temp pToral, pTaxil, pTrect Settings MP5/ MP5T Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> <pTemp Label> MP5SC only Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MP5, MP5T, MP5SC Mode C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo Label x not applicable, the ’Label’...
  • Page 85 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring ΔTemp (Temperature Difference) Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> ΔTemp ΔTemp is a derived measurement. Item Name Oper. MX800, MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5 (B10/B11/B14) C M Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile...
  • Page 86 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings VueLink Configuration Implications Device Alarms The VueLink module itself generates INOPs, but does not generate alarms. If the external device’s alarms are on, the module transmits these to the monitor. Device Alarms lets you select whether these alarms are indicated on the monitor (Accepted) or Ignored.
  • Page 87 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 (H30) C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo x not a setting, see "Configuring MAC (Minimum Alveolar Concentration)" on page 93 No Al. til Breath AutoStandbyAfter Setup Agent not a setting, see "General Gas Analyzer Configuration Implications"...
  • Page 88 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings O (Nitrous Oxide) Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> GM (or AGM)-> N Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 (H30) C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo O High x 80% O Alarm x On...
  • Page 89 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Agent Id This setting is available for the M1026A/B AGM only. Setting Agent Id to Manual requires that the user manually chooses the correct anesthetic agent during monitoring. If set to Automatic, the gas analyzer automatically identifies the predominant anesthetic agent in the breathing circuit.
  • Page 90 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 (H30) C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo etISO Alarms x On Scale x 3.0 Unit Color Magenta ENF (Enfluran) Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup ->...
  • Page 91 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix SEV (Sevofluran) Settings Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> GM -> Setup Agent -> SEV Main Setup -> AGM -> SEV Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 (H30) C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo inSEV High...
  • Page 92 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings Configuring CO from Gas Analyzer MX800 Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> GM (or AGM) -> CO MP5-90 can be measured by an anesthetic gas analyzer (AGM, G1, or G5), measurement extension modules only (Microstream, Sidestream, or Mainstream), or the integrated CO measurement in the MP5.
  • Page 93 Measurement Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 (H30) C M Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo High Limit x 40 rpm 60 rpm Low Limit x 8 rpm 30 rpm Apnea Time x 40 sec Alarms x On...
  • Page 94 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Measurement Settings • Ambient Pressure corrected MAC (not available in the U.S.A or in clinical environments under FDA control.) • Enhanced MAC Correction (not available in the U.S.A. or in clinical environments under FDA control) If Correction is set to Off, the uncorrected MAC is calculated, i.e the MAC value is not corrected for ambient pressure, age, temperature or any other individual factors influencing the effect of volatile anesthetic agents.
  • Page 95: Monitor Settings

    Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings This section lists all the settings grouped in the Monitor Settings Block. Read any information on configuration implications at the end of the relevant tables before you make any configuration changes. Understanding Monitor Settings What sets monitor settings apart from measurement settings is that they are not specific to one measurement.
  • Page 96 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Configuring Alarms Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Alarms -> Alarm Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. Mode Profile Alarm Volume Alarms Off Pause Al. 5Min Enabled Pause Al. 10Min Enabled Auto Alarms Off Disabled AlarmOffReminder AlarmOffAtStart Visual Latching...
  • Page 97 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. Mode Profile Yel. RelayLatency 2 sec Alarm Text Standard Enhanced Standard NoCentrMonMinVol x LED Brightness High High 1.Profile SpotCheck for English language software only.
  • Page 98 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Alarm Settings Configuration Implications Alarm Volume Use this setting to define the base volume of the red and yellow audible alarm indicators and the INOP tones. Alarms Off Use this setting to determine how long the monitor’s alarm capabilities will be switched off when the user selects the Alarms Off or Pause Alarms key.
  • Page 99 Alarm Sounds Use this setting to change the alarm sound of the monitor to suit the alarm standards valid in your hospital. – Traditional: The traditional (“Carenet”) sounds used in previous HP/Agilent/Philips patient monitor generations. – ISO: A new set of alarm sounds that complies with the ISO/IEC Standard 9703-2.
  • Page 100 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings INOPRelayLatency / Yel.RelayLatency Use this setting to define how long a yellow alarm or INOP condition must be active before an alarm is issued on any device connected to the alarm relay. These settings are valid for all serious INOP conditions/all yellow alarms respectively. Alarm Text Use this setting to define how alarm messages are presented on the monitor screen: –...
  • Page 101 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring Alarm Recordings Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Alarms -> Alarm Recording Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 (H10/20/40) MP5 - MP90 (H30) MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 x Off Red Only x Off Red Only x Off...
  • Page 102 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Configuring Auto Alarm Limits Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Alarms -> Setup AutoLimits Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Pulse Enabled Press Enabled Enabled Enabled awRR Enabled...
  • Page 103 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring INOP Severity Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Alarms -> Inop Severity Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP5, MP5T, MP5SC MP2/X2 Mode MP20 - MP90 ECG Leads Off Cyan Replace TeleBatt Cyan Tele Disconnect. Cyan Cuff Overpress Cyan...
  • Page 104 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Configuring Screen Trend Settings Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Trends Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC ScreenTrend Time x 30 min HorizonArrowTime x 10 min Screen Trend Configuration Implications ScreenTrend Time Use this setting to set the Screen Trend Time for all graphical and horizon screen trends.
  • Page 105 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Trends -> Horizon Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC Label <none> Horizon High <none> Horizon Low <none> Scale Delta <none> Unit <none> Horizon Trend Configuration Implications Unit Choose the measurement unit that you will use to define the values for Horizon High, Horizon Low and Scale Delta.
  • Page 106 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Global Trend Style Configuration Implications Global Style The Global Style setting affects the presentation of measurements with compound (multiple) values (for example ABP or CO ) in the Graphical Trends window and on screen trends.
  • Page 107 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Trend Window Settings Configuration Implications Trend Group Use this setting to define the default trend group that is displayed each time a trend window is opened. Column (Vital Signs window only) Use this setting to define how often a column is created. To view the trend with one column for the set Interval, select Interval.To view it with one column for each NBP measurement, select NBP.
  • Page 108 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Configuring Vital Signs Recording MX800 Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Recordings -> Vital Signs MP5-90 only Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) Mode MP20 - MP90 MP5 (H10/20/40) MP5 (H30) MP5T, MP5SC End Case Record.
  • Page 109 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring ST Map Main Setup -> ST Map Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC Interval x 5 min Scale x 2 mm ST Map Settings Configuration Implications Interval From the ST Map window, use the pop-up key Select Interval to configure the time interval between the trended ST map samples when using ST Map in Trend View.
  • Page 110 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings ProtocolWatch Application Configuration Implications ProtocolWatch (PW) is a clinical decision support tool. It allows you to run a clinical protocol which can monitor developments in the patient’s condition. ProtocolWatch notifies you when certain conditions or combinations of conditions occur and it documents developments in a log which can be printed.
  • Page 111 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix SpotCheck Monitoring Configuration Implications Using an MP5SC, or an MP5 with the appropriate option, you can collect vital signs at intervals. Each set of data is saved in a SpotCheck record and can be viewed in a SpotCheck trend. The MP5SC can be used to collect vital signs from multiple patients.
  • Page 112 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP20 - MP90 C.O. x On C.I. x On ITBV x Off ITBVI x On EVLW x Off EVLWI x On GEDV x Off GEDVI x Off ETVI x On x On...
  • Page 113 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring the Loops Window MX800 Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Loops MP40-90 only Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP40 - MP90 Loop Type x Press/Volume Configuring the CSA Window CSA Window Configuration MX800 MP40-90 Monitor Setting: Main Setup ->...
  • Page 114 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Clipping Set Clipping to On to improve the 3-D presentation of the CSA and make it more “readable”. When set to On, peaks in the spectral lines are artificially clipped at a certain height (see graphic).
  • Page 115 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Fix Pacer Amplit Set this to On to configure the pacer spikes to have a fixed size, for ease of identification on the monitor Screen. The spikes are then shown in the background as a dotted line. The length of the dotted line is fixed to the height of the wave channel and is independent of the actual pacer amplitude.
  • Page 116 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings BSA Form. Adult/Pedi/Neo Defines the formula used to calculate the body surface area. The choices are Dubois and Boyd. Hemo Press Unit Defines the unit used for hemodynamic pressures in the calculation window. The choices are mmHg and kPa.
  • Page 117 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 Target Device x Unspecified EventEpisode Report Type x Episode Report Size x Unspecified Orientation x Unspecified Target Device x Unspecified Event Review Report Type x Review Report Size x Unspecified...
  • Page 118 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 Orientation x Unspecified Target Device x Unspecified C.O. Report Target Device x Unspecified Wedge Report Target Device x Unspecified ProtWatchRep Report Type x Protocol 1 Report Size x Unspecified Orientation...
  • Page 119 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 Report Size x Unspecified Orientation x Unspecified Target Device x Unspecified User Report B Report Type x None Report Size x Unspecified Orientation x Unspecified Target Device x Unspecified For information on configuring ECG reports, see "Configuring ECG Reports"...
  • Page 120 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings – Alarm Limits: a list of all currently set alarm limits. – Battery Stat: Battery Status report. Report Size Lets you choose the paper size to be used for the report. The selection of sizes listed depends on the report type selected: Unspecified, Universal, A4, Letter, LrgUniversal, A3, or Ledger.
  • Page 121 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring Other Report Settings Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Reports MP5T MP5SC Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 Auto Print Dbs Always Addressograph None Other Report Settings Configuration Implications Auto Prnt Dbs This setting determines how the monitor handles reports stored in the print database.
  • Page 122 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Configuring Auto Reports Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Reports -> Auto Reports MP5T MP5SC Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 (H10/20/40) MP5 - MP90 (H30) MP2/X2 Auto Report A Report x None End Case Report...
  • Page 123 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Auto Reports Configuration Implications Auto Reports print automatically when a specified trigger occurs. There are two types of Auto Reports: • Scheduled reports can be set up to print at predefined intervals, starting at a predefined time of day.
  • Page 124 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Speed Allows you to set the ECG wave speed used on the printout. Annotation Set Annotation to On if the printed ECG wave should be annotated with beat labels. Pace pulse marks are automatically printed beside the wave for paced patients. Configuring CSA Reports CSA Reports Configuration MX800...
  • Page 125 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring Trend Reports Vital Signs Report MP5T Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Reports -> Vital Signs Rep. MP5SC Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) Mode MP20 - MP90 MP5 (H10/20/40) MP5 (H30) MP2/X2 MP5SC, MP5#P05 TrendGroup...
  • Page 126 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Show Units (Vital Signs Report only) If Show Units is configured to On, the measurements in the Vital Signs report are printed together with their units. Period Use this setting to define the period of time for which trend data should be printed on the report.
  • Page 127 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) MP5SC MP2/X2 MP2/X2 Mode MP5#P05 MP20- MP5- MP5 (H10/20/40) MP90 MP90 MP5T, MP5SC (H10/20/ (H30) Profile Adult Adult Adult Adult Profile Pedi Pedi Pedi Pedi Outdoor Meas.
  • Page 128 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) MP5SC MP2/X2 MP2/X2 Mode MP5#P05 MP20- MP5- MP5 (H10/20/40) MP90 MP90 MP5T, MP5SC (H10/20/ (H30) Profile Adult Adult Adult Adult Profile Pedi Pedi Pedi Pedi Outdoor NBP Time Meas Time...
  • Page 129 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Tone Modulation if you set Tone Modulation to Yes, the pitch of the SpO tone will change with the measured signal strength. If you are using two SpO sensors simultaneously, you can determine which sensor will serve as the source for the tone modulation pitch, by selecting the corresponding SpO label as the System Pulse source.
  • Page 130 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings Meas. Deactivate This setting defines the monitor’s behavior when you connect a measurement device (MMS, X2, or plug-in module) to the monitor, and • a measurement label of the newly connected device duplicates the label of an already connected measurement device, and •...
  • Page 131 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Auto Fill Waves If Auto Fill Waves is set to Yes, the monitor automatically assigns available waves that would otherwise not be displayed, to wave channels for which the preconfigured waves are currently not available. Set Auto Fill Waves to No, if you do not want waves other than the ones preconfigured to automatically appear on the Screen.
  • Page 132 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings • In an MX800 with Independant Display Interface, or an MP90 with dual CPU, the XDS Remote Display will be the third main display. The XDS Remote Display will use the settings made for Display 3.
  • Page 133 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Network Configuration Implications Auto Win Disable This setting can be used to control the behavior of the Auto Window Enable/Disable setting. The following choices are configurable: • Allowed, to make the user selection of Auto Window: Disable possible and to disable the auto window pop-ups until the user enables it again.
  • Page 134 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Settings • Set it to My Central if you need to assign more than 12 beds, but not more than 16 beds to a care group. This care group model is typically used in facilities with only one IntelliVue Information Center (IIC).
  • Page 135 Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix IIT This setting is not a monitor setting, it is a global setting. It is available with IntelliVue X2, MP2, MP5, MP20/30 and MP40/50 monitors only. The Instrument Telemetry network interface can be disabled to suppress network related technical INOPs if the device is operated in an infrastructure without telemetry.
  • Page 136: Unique Monitor Settings

    4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Unique Monitor Settings Some Monitor settings are unique settings. This means that they are the same in every Profile and they are automatically included in each monitor settings block when you store them. See "Understanding Monitor Settings"...
  • Page 137 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring Trend Groups Unique Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Trends -> Trend Groups Factory Defaults Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC C M Name Parameters Scale Style x x All All parameters Global Global x x Standard...
  • Page 138 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC C M Name Parameters Scale Style x x Spirometry PIP, PEEP Global Global TVexp Global Global TVin Global Global MVexp Global Global MVin Global Global RRspir...
  • Page 139 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC C M Name Parameters Scale Style 10 x x External Device Global Global awRR Global Global , FIO , PIP Global Global Global Global MINVOL Global...
  • Page 140 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Style Lets you change how trended parameters are presented in the Graphical Trends window and on the Graph Trends Report. Select Line to display the trends as a continuous line. For measurements with compound values (for example, the systolic and diastolic pressures), select Band to fill the area between trend lines with color.
  • Page 141 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Note that the monitor provides a second trend database exclusively reserved for aperiodic parameters. Aperiodic parameters are parameters that are measured intermittently, such as NBP, C.O., C.I., PAWP (Wedge), manually entered measurements, or lab results from external devices obtained from the VueLink or IntelliBridge plug-in module.
  • Page 142 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. Unit MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo CVP, RAP, LAP, UVP x mmHg 0...30 x kPa 0.0...4.0 ICP, IC1, IC2 x mmHg 0...60 x kPa 0.0...8.0...
  • Page 143 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. Unit MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo 0...100 x mmHg 0...800 x kPa 0...100 0.00...1.00 0...100 x rpm 0...60 0...110 x mmHg 0...60 MnAwp x mmHg...
  • Page 144 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. Unit MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo 0.0...4.0 x kPa 0.0...4.0 x mmHg 0...30 0.0...6.0 x kPa 0.0...6.0 x mmHg 0...50 0.0...6.0 x kPa 0.0...6.0...
  • Page 145 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Levels of Event Surveillance The appearance of the events windows and menus and the settings you can configure for events depends on the event surveillance option purchased for the monitor: basic event surveillance (BES), advanced event surveillance (AES), or neonatal event review (NER).
  • Page 146 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 Parameters HR(Pulse), SpO , Resp Param. 1: Trigger Type x HR(Pulse) All ***/** Alarms Param. 2: Trigger Type x SpO All ***/** Alarms Param.
  • Page 147 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP60 - MP90 Group 3 Group Name Hemo Group Type Standard Activated x No Notification Type None Episode Type x Average Trend (20min) Pre/Post Time x -10/+10 min Trigger Condition At Least One Param.
  • Page 148 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Param. 3: Trigger Type x Resp All ***/** Alarms Param. 4: Trigger Type x etCO All ***/** Alarms Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP60 - MP90 Group 5 Group Name Arrhy/ST Group Type Standard Activated...
  • Page 149 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Param. 1: Trigger Type x HR *** EXTR BRADY Param. 2: Trigger Type x SpO *** DESAT Param. 3: Trigger Type x Resp *** APNEA Param. 4: Trigger Type 1.As a factory default, group 6 is activated in monitors with option H20. In monitors with option H10, H30, or H40, group 6 is deactivated.
  • Page 150 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Episode Type This setting lets you define the level of detail captured in an event episode for up to four measurements. The higher the data resolution, the shorter the period that the monitor can store in its memory.
  • Page 151 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix • User-defined limit violations: allow you to define event triggers that are independent of alarm limits. You must set a threshold value and a threshold time for the trigger. If you set the trigger threshold time to 10 seconds, the monitor triggers an event if the threshold is violated for more than 10 seconds.
  • Page 152 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 Annotation 6 Sleeping Standard Annotation 7 Gagging/Emesis Standard Annotation 8 Feeding Standard Annotation 9 Stressful Procedure Standard Annotation 10 Skin Color: Pink Annotation 11 Skin Color: Dusky Annotation 12 Skin Color: Cyanotic...
  • Page 153 These printouts must be used to verify that the configuration of the scoring functionality matches the hospital’s requirements. Philips does not accept responsibility for any Guardian Early Warning Scoring protocol configuration created using the Support Tool. Before a Guardian Early Warning Scoring protocol is used on a patient...
  • Page 154 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings When you clone a configuration to a monitor, the associated Guardian Early Warning Scoring protocol is WARNING automatically cloned with the configuration. Therefore, before cloning a configuration to a monitor, you must always check •...
  • Page 155 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) MP2/X2 Mode MP20 - MP90 MP5 (H10/20/40) MP5 (H30) MP5T, MP5SC Run Time 20 sec Realtime A Recording Name Recordng Recorder x Local Central 2-Ch Channel 1 x Primary Lead Channel 2...
  • Page 156 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) MP2/X2 Mode MP20 - MP90 MP5 (H10/20/40) MP5 (H30) MP5T, MP5SC HiResTrend Recording Name Recordng not applicable, the MP2/X2 does not Recorder x Local support HiRes Channel 1 x btbHR Trend recordings.
  • Page 157 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Recorder choose which recorder the recording will print to. Choices are Local, Central 2-Ch., Central 4-Ch. If you configure a Local recorder, and no local recorder is available, the monitor will automatically send the recording to a central recorder, if available.
  • Page 158 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Configuring Timers MX800 Unique Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Timers -> Setup <Timer Label> MP5-90 only Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 Label x Timer A Run Time x 1 min Type Basic Direction...
  • Page 159 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 Label x Bypass Run Time x 30 min Type Basic Direction x Down Notification No Sound Auto Window Color White Timer Volume x not applicable, this setting is stored as a monitor setting, see "Configuring User Interface Settings"...
  • Page 160 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP5 - MP90 Direction x Down Notification No Sound Auto Window Color White Timer Volume x not applicable, this setting is stored as a monitor setting, see "Configuring User Interface Settings"...
  • Page 161 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix The IntelliVue MX800, MP60/70/80/90 can run a maximum of four timers at the same time (MP40/50: three timers, MP5 and 20/30: two timers). The selection and priority of the timers can be configured in the Timers window.
  • Page 162 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Configuring User Interface Settings - Keys Global SmartKeys Unique Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> User Interface Factory Defaults Item Name MX800, MP20 (M20/M21) MP5SC MP2/X2 MP20 - MP90 MP5#P05 MP5T, MP5SC Global Start/Stop (NBP) Start/Stop (NBP) Start/Stop (NBP) Start/Stop (NBP)
  • Page 163 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix The number of SmartKeys visible at a time depends on the monitor’s display resolution and the resolution of the Screen: SVGA: 6 XGA: 7 SXGA: 9 WXGA: 9 WXGA+: 10 WSXGA: 11 Changing the Selection and Sequence of Global SmartKeys To change the selection of the Global SmartKeys, Select Main Setup ->...
  • Page 164 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Unique Monitor Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP20 - MP90 Oper. 2 Fn. Keys <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> <none> 1.Setting only available on MX800 or MP90 with more than one CPU. Function Key Configuration Implications Be aware that after upgrading a monitor from any software revision prior to E.0, no functions will be assigned to the function keys.
  • Page 165 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Remote Control Keys MX800 Unique Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> User Interface MP20-90 only Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP20 - MP90 C M Page 1 Page 2 Oper. 1 RemCtrl Strt/Stp NBP Quick Admit Stop All NBP...
  • Page 166 Drug Calculator drug list is the generic drug “Any Drug”. Philips does not accept responsibility for any drug configuration created using the Support Tool. Before the drug list is used on a patient monitor, a signed copy of it must be approved by a hospital representative.
  • Page 167 Unique Monitor Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix • that you have a Drug Calculator Offline Configuration Report on file, signed by a hospital representative, with the same CRC number as the drug list in the configuration. For detailed information on configuring the drug calculator, see the chapter “Using the Drug Calculator Configuration Editor”...
  • Page 168: Global Settings

    4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Global Settings This section lists all global settings. Just like unique monitor settings (see "Understanding Monitor Settings" on page 95), global settings are set once per monitor and are independent of the Profiles and Settings Blocks.
  • Page 169 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MX800, MP5T, MP2 / X2 Mode (H30) (H10/20/40) MP5SC, MP20 - MP90 MP20 - MP5#P05 (H10/20/40) MP90(H30) ConfirmAlarmsOff Power Loss Sound not applicable, setting is not Enabled available for MX800, MP2-90 applicable Label Set Restricted...
  • Page 170 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Asystole Detect. Set Asystole Detect. to Enhanced to improve alarming on asystole under certain conditions. In enhanced mode, an asystole alarm will be suppressed for up to nine seconds (= Asystole Threshold + 5 sec.) if a valid beat-to-beat Pulse is detected from an active pulsatile invasive Pressure measurement.
  • Page 171 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix • the patient in the MMS and the patient in the monitor are different, and Pat.Sel.Default is configured to Continue MMS. • the patient in the MMS and the patient in the monitor are different, and Pat.Sel.Default is configured to Ask User, and the clinician resolves the patient identification mismatch by selecting Same Patient or Cont MMS.
  • Page 172 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings – If Automat. Default is set to No, and the monitor is switched off for more than one minute, the active settings from the most recent session are retained. Automatic Default does not affect the monitor behavior when you discharge a patient.
  • Page 173 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix This setting determines whether pausing alarms or switching alarms off has to be confirmed by the user before it becomes effective. If ConfirmAlarmsOff is configured to Yes, a pop-up key line will appear asking to confirm that alarms should be paused (or switched off). Power Loss Sound (MP5 only) Lets you defines whether the power loss sound in the MP5 is Enabled or Disabled.
  • Page 174 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings TeleUnassign This setting is only available in monitors that have a short range radio interface installed. It determines whether the monitor will automatically break the assignment to a telemetry device connected via a short range radio connection under certain circumstances. •...
  • Page 175 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Configuring Ask for New Patient Settings Global Setting: Main Setup -> Global Settings -> Ask For New Pat Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, Mode MP2 - MP90 MP5T, MP5SC Power Off Never Standby Never No Basic Vitals Never...
  • Page 176 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Configuration Recommendations when using an X2 or MP5 with a Telemetry Label You can declare an X2 or MP5 as a telemetry device at the Information Center (assigning a telemetry label). This causes the X2 or MP5 to be treated as as a telemetry device, including the ability to be paired with a host monitor (MX800, MP20-MP90).
  • Page 177 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Lifetime Id, Encounter Id Configure Lifetime Id, Encounter Id to Required, if you want them to be mandatory fields for admission. How the Lifetime Id or Encounter Id fields are actually labeled, depends on the configuration made under Lifetime Id Lbl and Encounter Id Lbl.
  • Page 178 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings If you are using a barcode reader to enter the Quick Admit data, make sure that the setting made here corresponds to the information provided by the barcode. The settings are greyed out and not accessible in this menu if corresponding Demographic Fields are set to Required or Hidden.
  • Page 179 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Access Rights This settig determines how the XDS Remote Display can access the IntelliVue monitor. The following choices are available: • None: a connected XDS Remote Display can neither display information from the IntelliVue monitor, nor remotely operate it.
  • Page 180 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings The selection and order of timers as they appear in the Timers menu are stored as Global settings. Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP40 - MP50 MP20 - MP30 MP5, MP5T, Mode MP5SC MP60 - MP90 <Timer 1>...
  • Page 181 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP5SC, MP5#P05 Mode MP5 - MP90 Msmnt x Off Label Unit mmHg Color Interval Msmnt x Off Format x Mean Label Unit mmol/l Color Green Interval Msmnt x Off Label Unit %PCV...
  • Page 182 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP5SC, MP5#P05 Mode MP5 - MP90 Label AVPU Unit Color White Interval Msmnt Label Concern Unit Color White Interval Msmnt Label Pain Unit Color White Interval Msmnt Label Breathing Unit Color...
  • Page 183 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP5SC, MP5#P05 Mode MP5 - MP90 Label Unit mmHg Color White Interval Msmnt Labels reserved for ProtocolWatch Label Unit Color Green Interval Msmnt x Off Format not applicable, temperature labels don’t have different formats Label SpRR...
  • Page 184 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP5SC, MP5#P05 Mode MP5 - MP90 Label Unit Color Green Interval Msmnt x Off Format not applicable, this label does not have different formats Label Unit mmol/l Color Green Interval Msmnt...
  • Page 185 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Select the pop-up key Setup Meas. to open the Setup Measurement Values window, then select the pop-up key Add. In the Setup Measurement submenu, select Label and choose the required measurement label from the pop-up list. Select the Unit and Color that should be used for the chosen label.
  • Page 186 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Configuring Country-Specific Settings Global Setting: Main Setup -> Global Settings Some settings are made in the factory to match the typical requirements in a specific country. Line frequency, units for weight and height, and ECG cable colors (AAMI or IEC) have been set to appropriate values.
  • Page 187 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults - By Country All Monitor Models Country Line Frequency Weight Height ECG Cable Color Unit Unit Botswana Bouvet Island AAMI Brazil AAMI British Indian Ocean Territory AAMI Brunei Darussalam AAMI Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia...
  • Page 188 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Factory Defaults - By Country All Monitor Models Country Line Frequency Weight Height ECG Cable Color Unit Unit Egypt El Salvador AAMI Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Falkland Islands, Malvinas AAMI Faroe Islands AAMI Fiji AAMI Finland...
  • Page 189 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults - By Country All Monitor Models Country Line Frequency Weight Height ECG Cable Color Unit Unit Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic of AAMI Iraq AAMI Ireland Isle of Man Israel Italy Jamaica AAMI Japan...
  • Page 190 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Factory Defaults - By Country All Monitor Models Country Line Frequency Weight Height ECG Cable Color Unit Unit Malta Marshall Islands AAMI Martinique Mauritania Mauritius AAMI Mayotte AAMI Mexico AAMI Micronesia, Fed. States of AAMI Moldova, Republic of AAMI...
  • Page 191 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults - By Country All Monitor Models Country Line Frequency Weight Height ECG Cable Color Unit Unit Paraguay AAMI Peru AAMI Philippines AAMI Pitcairn AAMI Poland Portugal Puerto Rico AAMI Qatar AAMI Reunion AAMI Romania Russian Federation...
  • Page 192 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Factory Defaults - By Country All Monitor Models Country Line Frequency Weight Height ECG Cable Color Unit Unit Sudan Suriname AAMI Svalbard and Jan Mayen AAMI Swaziland AAMI Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Rep AAMI Taiwan, Province of China AAMI Tajikistan...
  • Page 193 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults - By Country All Monitor Models Country Line Frequency Weight Height ECG Cable Color Unit Unit Virgin Islands (US) AAMI Wallis and Futuna Islands AAMI Western Sahara Yemen AAMI Zambia AAMI Zimbabwe AAMI...
  • Page 194 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Configuring Printers Global Setting: Main Setup -> Reports -> Setup Printers Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP20 - MP90 MP5, MP5T, MP5SC C S M Printer: Local 1 Chg Printer Name Local 1 not applicable, the MP2/X2 and MP5/...
  • Page 195 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800, MP2/X2 Mode MP20 - MP90 MP5, MP5T, MP5SC C S M Printer Status x Enabled Paper Size Letter Resolution 300 dpi Color Support Monochrome Duplex Option Simplex Printer: Remote 3 Chg Printer Name Remote 3 Port...
  • Page 196 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings Port This is not a setting. Port lets you view the printer port to which the selected printer is assigned. Available printer ports are Local 1, Local 2, Remote 1, Remote 2, Remote 3, and Database.
  • Page 197 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Select Chg Printer Name and then use the pop-up keyboard to enter a name for the printer you are currently configuring. Maximum length is 12. Select Paper Size and set the paper size for reports printed on this printer. Select Resolution and set the resolution at which reports should be printed.
  • Page 198 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Global Settings To print reports from the second paper tray, select the fourth printer in the list, make sure Port is set to Remote 2, and Printer Status is set to Enabled. To print reports from the third paper tray, select the fifth printer in the list, make sure Port is set to Remote 3, and Printer Status is set to Enabled.
  • Page 199 Global Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix select Main Setup -> Reports -> Setup Printers -> Print Test Rep.
  • Page 200: Hardware Settings

    4 Configuration Settings Appendix Hardware Settings Hardware Settings This section lists all hardware settings. Just like unique monitor settings and global settings, hardware settings are set once per monitor and are the same in every Profile. Any changes you make to the hardware settings configuration are automatically stored, there is no need to save them in an extra step.
  • Page 201 Hardware Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix • Moving Image: the Standby screen shows a black screen with an image moving across the screen, similar to a screensaver. • Blank: the Standby screen shows a black screen, the display is not shut off. •...
  • Page 202 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Hardware Settings Multiple Display Configuration Implications Display Layout This setting can be changed in service mode only. For detailed configuration implications, refer to the MX800, MP80/MP90 IntelliVue Service Guide. Display 1 / Display 2 / Display 3 These settings can be changed in service mode only. For detailed configuration implications, refer to the MX800, MP80/MP90 IntelliVue Service Guide.
  • Page 203 Hardware Settings 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Hardware Setting: Main Setup -> Hardware -> Video Factory Defaults Item Name Oper. MX800 MP90 MP60/ MP40/ MP20/ MP2/X2 Mode C S M Standby/Boot Classic not applicable Display 1 - Resolution WSXGA+ XGA (1024 x SVGA (1680x1050) 768)
  • Page 204 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Hardware Settings Size This setting can be changed in service mode only. It only affects MX800 Independent Display Interface and MP90 monitors and lets you set the correct size of the external display. Size refers to the width of the display measured diagonally from one corner to the opposite corner of the viewable screen.
  • Page 205 For detailed instructions on setting up SRR channels in a new or existing wireless infrastructure, refer to the IntelliVue Service Guide and contact a Philips service representative. Configuring Bed Information Settings Hardware Setting: Main Setup -> Bed Information Item Name Oper.
  • Page 206: Monitor Database Configuration

    4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Database Configuration Bed Information Configuration Implications Equipment Label The equipment label must be entered for each individual monitor. It is stored with the monitor, it is not cloned. If the monitor is connected to an Information Center, the equipment label on the bedside monitor is the equivalent of the monitor label on the Information Center.
  • Page 207 Monitor Database Configuration 4 Configuration Settings Appendix b. you can use the menu items to change individual sections of the database. – Event Surveillance: In the Database Configurations menu, select Event Surveillance, then select the event database configuration you require from the list of available configurations.
  • Page 208 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Database Configuration Trend Database for IntelliVue Patient Monitors 12h@12s 48h@1min 96h@5min (default) Option H20 24h@12s 24h@1min 24h@5min 4h@12s 24h@1min 48h@5min MP5 - MP90, MP5T, (MP2 and X2 without H Option - see Option H10/40 below) 4h@12s 24h@1min 48h@5min (default)
  • Page 209 Monitor Database Configuration 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Aperiodic Trend Database The IntelliVue patient monitor provides a second trend database exclusively reserved for aperiodic parameters. Aperiodic parameters are parameters that are measured intermittently, such as NBP, C.O., C.I., PAWP (Wedge), manually entered measurements, or lab results from external devices obtained from the VueLink or IntelliBridge plug-in module.
  • Page 210 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Monitor Database Configuration The Large database is only recommended for monitors used in transport. It is about four times larger than the Small database and can store more reports accordingly. Note that the Large database might not be available for selection if the Event Surveillance database and the Trend database are configured to large sizes.
  • Page 211: H Option-specific Settings

    • Activated Event Groups, see "Configuring Event Surveillance" on page 144. • Monitor name on Boot/Standby Screen: – H10: The Philips Critical Care Patient Monitor ... – H20: The Philips Neonatal Patient Monitor ... – H30: The Philips Anesthesia Patient Monitor ...
  • Page 212: Release-specific Information

    4 Configuration Settings Appendix Release-Specific Information Release-Specific Information H.0 Configuration Changes For IntelliVue patient monitor Release H.0, the initial configuration settings were modified compared to Release G.0. These changes are documented below. The table lists new settings, settings which have been renamed, and settings for which the defaults have been changed.
  • Page 213 Release-Specific Information 4 Configuration Settings Appendix New or renamed settings in H.0 Type of change MX800, MP20 - 90 Settings with changed defaults in H.0 (Text in brackets shows G.0 setting/default) "Monitor Settings" on page 95 Auto Win Disable new setting Network Setup IIT new menu...
  • Page 214 4 Configuration Settings Appendix Release-Specific Information New or renamed settings in H.0 Type of change MX800, MP20 - 90 Settings with changed defaults in H.0 (Text in brackets shows G.0 setting/default) Auto Start PC new setting MX800 only Internal PC PC Audio new setting MX800 only...
  • Page 215: Screen & Profile Overview

    Screen & Profile Overview This appendix documents the Screens and Profiles configured for each monitor model in the factory. If you make changes to Screens or Profiles, this document will no longer reflect the factory default configuration. You then must create you own reference by storing printouts and/or electronic images of the Screens you design.
  • Page 216 5 Screen & Profile Overview About the Screen Configurations Wave Options The A Option purchased with the monitor defines the number of waves that can be shown on any Screen. With A12, up to twelve waves can be shown on a Screen, with A06, up to six waves can be shown, and so Using the Screen Library This Appendix lists the Screens that are supplied with the initial monitor configurations and the Screens available in the demo configuration file.
  • Page 217: Sample Screen Image (.bmp)

    Sample Screen Image (.bmp) 5 Screen & Profile Overview Sample Screen Image (.bmp) Element, abbreviation Contains. Fixed Area alarm message fields, patient information, etc. Cannot be modified with the Support Tool. Wave field, W wave label, e.g. “Primary Lead”. Numeric fields, N numeric label e.g.
  • Page 218: Mx800 Configuration Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MX800 Configuration Overview MX800 Configuration Overview Option H10 The H10 initial configuration filename is MX800, H10 Axx, WSXGA+, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Display 2 Name Cat.
  • Page 219 MX800 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H20 The H20 initial configuration filename is MX800, H20 Axx, WSXGA+, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Display 2 Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Name Cat. (MP90 only) Settings Block Settings Block Non-Paced...
  • Page 220 5 Screen & Profile Overview MX800 Configuration Overview Option H30 The H30 initial configuration filename is MX800, H30 Axx, WSXGA+, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Display 2 Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult...
  • Page 221 MX800 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H40 The H40 initial configuration filename is MX800, H40 Axx, WSXGA+, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Display 2 Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult...
  • Page 222: Mp60/mp70/mp80/mp90 Configuration Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Configuration Overview MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Configuration Overview Option H10 The H10 initial configuration filename is MP60-90, H10 Axx, XGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Display 2 Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Name Cat.
  • Page 223 MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H20 The H20 initial configuration filename is MP60-90, H20 Axx, XGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Display 2 Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Name Cat. (MP90 only) Settings Block Settings Block Non-Paced...
  • Page 224 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Configuration Overview Option H30 The H30 initial configuration filename is MP60-90, H30 Axx, XGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Display 2 Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Name Cat. (MP90 only) Settings Block Settings Block Adult...
  • Page 225 MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H40 The H40 initial configuration filename is MP60-90, H40 Axx, XGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Display 2 Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display 1 Name Cat. (MP90 only) Settings Block Settings Block Adult...
  • Page 226: Mp40/mp50 Configuration Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP40/MP50 Configuration Overview MP40/MP50 Configuration Overview Option H10 The H10 initial configuration filename is MP40-50, H10 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult...
  • Page 227 MP40/MP50 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H20 The H20 initial configuration filename is MP40-50, H20 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Non-Paced A08: OxyCRG A Monitor A Measmt.
  • Page 228 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP40/MP50 Configuration Overview Option H30 The H30 initial configuration filename is MP40-50, H30 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult Paced A08: 8Waves...
  • Page 229 MP40/MP50 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H40 The H40 initial configuration filename is MP40-50, H40 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult Paced A08: 8Waves...
  • Page 230: Mp20/mp30 Configuration Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20/MP30 Configuration Overview MP20/MP30 Configuration Overview For an overview of the configurations supplied with the models MP20 Junior and MP20L, see “MP20 Junior & MP20L Configuration Overview” on page 234. Option H10 The H10 initial configuration filename is MP20-30, H10 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient...
  • Page 231 MP20/MP30 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H20 The H20 initial configuration filename is MP20-30, H20 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Pedi Pedi Non-Paced A06: OxyCRG A...
  • Page 232 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20/MP30 Configuration Overview Option H30 The H30 initial configuration filename is MP20-30, H30 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult Paced A06: BIS...
  • Page 233 MP20/MP30 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H40 The H40 initial configuration filename is MP20-30, H40 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult Paced A06: 6 Waves...
  • Page 234: Mp20 Junior & Mp20l Configuration Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20 Junior & MP20L Configuration Overview MP20 Junior & MP20L Configuration Overview MP20L is available in the US only. Option H10 The H10 initial configuration filename is: • for the MP20 Junior: MP20, H10 A03 M20, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. •...
  • Page 235 MP20 Junior & MP20L Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H20 (MP20 Junior only) The H20 initial configuration filename for the MP20 Junior is: MP20, H20 A03 M20, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Default Locked Patient Cat.
  • Page 236: Mp5 Configuration Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Configuration Overview MP5 Configuration Overview Option H10 The H10 initial configuration filename is MP5, H10 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult...
  • Page 237 MP5 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H10/B10 The H10/B10 initial configuration filename is MP5, H10 A03 B10, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block Pedi Pedi Non-Paced...
  • Page 238 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Configuration Overview Option H10/B11 The H10/B11 initial configuration filename is MP5, H10 A03 B11, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block Pedi Pedi Non-Paced...
  • Page 239 MP5 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Option H10/B14 The H10/B14 initial configuration filename is MP5, H10 A03 B14, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block Pedi Pedi Non-Paced...
  • Page 240 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Configuration Overview Option H20 The H20 initial configuration filename is MP5, H20 Axx, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Pedi Pedi Non-Paced 3 Waves...
  • Page 241: Mp5t Configuration Overview

    MP5T Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5T Configuration Overview Option H10 The initial configuration filename is MP5T, H10 A03, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat. Settings Block Settings Block Adult Adult Paced...
  • Page 242: Mp5sc And Mp5#p05 Configuration Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview Option H10 Option H10 is the only H option available for MP5SC or MP5#P05 monitors. MP5SC and MP5#P05 monitors do have additional Profiles to the standard Profiles, Adult, Pedi and N O TE Neo.
  • Page 243 MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview Configurations for Non-English Language Orders MP5SC The initial configuration filename is MP5SC, H10 A03, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block EWS Scoring...
  • Page 244 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview MP5SC#C27 The initial configuration filename is MP5SC, H10 A03 C27, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block EWS Scoring Adult Paced...
  • Page 245 MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5#P05 The initial configuration filename is MP5, H10 A03 P05, SVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block EWS Scoring Adult Paced...
  • Page 246 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview Configurations for English Language Orders MP5SC (English only) The initial configuration filename is MP5SC, H10 A03 Spotcheck, SVGA, english, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block EWS Scoring...
  • Page 247 MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5SC#C27 (English only) The initial configuration filename is MP5SC, H10 A03 C27 Spotcheck, SVGA, english, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block EWS Scoring Adult...
  • Page 248 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5SC and MP5#P05 Configuration Overview MP5#P05 (English only) The initial configuration filename is MP5, H10 A03 P05 SpotCheck, SVGA, english, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg. Profiles Monitor Meas. Profile Name Default Locked Patient Cat. Paced Mode Display Settings Block Settings Block EWS Scoring Adult...
  • Page 249: Mp2/x2 Configuration Overview

    MP2/X2 Configuration Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP2/X2 Configuration Overview The initial configuration filenames for MP2/X2 are: • MP2, QVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg • X2, QVGA, initial, H.0x.xx, Revxxx.cfg Profiles Profile Patient Monitor Meas. Default Locked Paced Mode Display Name Cat.
  • Page 250: Screen Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview Screen Overview Screen Overview The tables starting on the next page list the file names of all Screens supplied with the initial and demo configurations for IntelliVue patient monitor release G.0. There is a section for each of the monitor models.
  • Page 251 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Option H10 Screens MP5 Option H20 Screens MP5 Option H30 Screens MP5 Option H40 Screens MP5 Demo Configuration Screens MP5 with Options B10, B11, B14 MP5 with Options B10/B11/B14 Screens MP5T MP5T Screen Overview MP5SC MP5SC Screen Overview MP2 Screen Overview...
  • Page 252: Mx800 Screen Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MX800 Screen Overview MX800 Screen Overview MX800 Option H10 Screens...
  • Page 253 MX800 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MX800 Option H20 Screens...
  • Page 254 5 Screen & Profile Overview MX800 Screen Overview MX800 Option H30 Screens...
  • Page 255 MX800 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MX800 Option H40 Screens...
  • Page 256 5 Screen & Profile Overview MX800 Screen Overview MX800 Demo Configuration Screens...
  • Page 257: Mp60/mp70/mp80/mp90 Screen Overview

    MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Screen Overview MP60 - MP90 Option H10 Screens...
  • Page 258 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Screen Overview MP60 - MP90 Option H20 Screens...
  • Page 259 MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP60 - MP90 Option H30 Screens...
  • Page 260 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Screen Overview MP60 - MP90 Option H40 Screens...
  • Page 261 MP60/MP70/MP80/MP90 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP60 - MP90 Demo Configuration Screens...
  • Page 262: Mp40/mp50 Screen Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP40/MP50 Screen Overview MP40/MP50 Screen Overview MP40/50 Option H10 Screens...
  • Page 263 MP40/MP50 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP40/50 Option H20 Screens...
  • Page 264 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP40/MP50 Screen Overview MP40/50 Option H30 Screens...
  • Page 265 MP40/MP50 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP40/50 Option H40 Screens...
  • Page 266 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP40/MP50 Screen Overview MP40/50 Demo Configuration Screens...
  • Page 267: Mp20/mp30 Screen Overview

    MP20/MP30 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20/MP30 Screen Overview MP20/30 Option H10 Screens...
  • Page 268 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20/MP30 Screen Overview MP20/30 Option H20 Screens...
  • Page 269 MP20/MP30 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20/30Option H30 Screens...
  • Page 270 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20/MP30 Screen Overview MP20/30 Option H40 Screens...
  • Page 271 MP20/MP30 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20/30Demo Configuration Screens...
  • Page 272: Mp20 Junior (m20) & Mp20l (m21) Screen Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview MP20 Junior (M20) & MP20L (M21) Screen Overview MP20 Junior (M20) & MP20L (M21) Screen Overview Note that the MP20L is available in the US only. MP20 M20/M21 Option H10 Screens MP20 M20 Option H20 Screens...
  • Page 273: Mp5 Screen Overview

    MP5 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Screen Overview MP5 Option H10 Screens MP5 Option H20 Screens...
  • Page 274 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Screen Overview MP5 Option H30 Screens MP5 Option H40 Screens...
  • Page 275 MP5 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Demo Configuration Screens...
  • Page 276 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Screen Overview MP5 with Options B10/B11/B14 Screens MP5T Screen Overview...
  • Page 277 MP5 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5SC Screen Overview MP5SC with Non-English Language MP5SC with English Language...
  • Page 278 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP5 Screen Overview MP5#P05 with Non-English Language MP5#P05 with English Language...
  • Page 279: Mp2 Screen Overview

    MP2 Screen Overview 5 Screen & Profile Overview MP2 Screen Overview...
  • Page 280: X2 Screen Overview

    5 Screen & Profile Overview X2 Screen Overview X2 Screen Overview...
  • Page 281: Intellivue Cableless Measurements

    IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Who is this Chapter for? This chapter is for anyone making permanent changes to the configuration of an IntelliVue Cableless Measurement Device. You must understand English, be familiar with the devices, its Instructions for Use, the IntelliVue Support Tool Mark2, its Instructions for Use, know how to make changes to measurements and settings in monitoring mode, and understand the clinical implications of any changes you make.
  • Page 282: Configuration Of The Iic And Telemetry Devices

    6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Configuration of the IIC and Telemetry Devices • Understanding Profiles and Settings (page 7) • Entering and Leaving Configuration Mode (page 10) Configuration of the IIC and Telemetry Devices For general information about the configuration of the IntelliVue Information Center and Telemetry Devices refer to their Configuration Guides.
  • Page 283: About The Intellivue Support Tool

    About the IntelliVue Support Tool 6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements The CL Pod displays Config in the INOP message field and in the center of the Screen while you are in configuration mode. Configuration Mode indicators on the CL Pod screen Before you leave configuration mode, always be sure to store any changes you made.
  • Page 284: Configuring Profiles And Settings

    To use the Support Tool, you must have a license key. To get a license key, you must complete a special training. Please contact your local Philips Customer Response Center for further details. The Support Tool functionality you are allowed to use depends on your license key (e.g. Biomed, CE, Configuration Expert) and your level of training.
  • Page 285 Configuring Profiles and Settings 6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Modifying a Setting To change settings in an existing Profile: Select the Profile (A-D) you want to change and select the Load pop-up key to activate it. Make the changes to the individual measurements or CL Pod settings. Select Profile again and select Store to save the settings to this Profile.
  • Page 286 6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Configuring Profiles and Settings Repeat Time This setting defines the Repeat Time of the automatic measurement. Choices are from 1 min up to 4 hours. Label This setting lets you select the SpO measurement label. The following choices are available: , SpO l.
  • Page 287 Configuring Profiles and Settings 6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Configuring CL Pod NBP Main Setup -> NBP Main Setup -> NBP -> Setup Sequence IntelliVue CL Pod C M Factory Default Setting Mode x Auto Repeat Time x 15 min Phase A x 4 times every x 5 min...
  • Page 288 6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Configuring Profiles and Settings The NBP measurement reference method can be Auscultatory only. It cannot be Reference changed for the NBP CL measurement. This measurement reference method delivers NBP values that very closely approximate values measured using the manual cuff method. Done Tone Set Done Tone to On if you want to hear a short prompt tone and see a prompt message at completion of each NBP measurement.
  • Page 289 Configuring Profiles and Settings 6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Automat. Default Configure Automat. Default to Yes to reset the active settings of the CL Pod automatically to the Default Profile if the CL Pod is turned off for at least 60 seconds. If configured to No, all active settings are kept.
  • Page 290 6 IntelliVue Cableless Measurements Configuring Profiles and Settings...
  • Page 291: Telemetry Device And Cl Pods Use Models

    Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models The following pages describe distinct clinical use models along with the configuration/equipment needed to achieve the use model. Due to the configuration requirements for each use model, the intention is that the hospital unit does not combine all the use models in a single area to avoid user confusion.
  • Page 292 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Glossary of Terms Term Definition TAAP Telemetry As A Parameter - when an IntelliVue telemetry device is directly connected with a cable to an MP5 or MP5T providing near real time ECG on the monitor. WTAAP Wireless Telemetry As A Parameter - when an IntelliVue telemetry device communicates to an MP2, X2, MP5, or MP5T via a short range radio providing near real time ECG on the monitor.
  • Page 293: Telemetry Device Use Models

    Telemetry Device Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Telemetry Device Use Models Five different use models requiring different configurations are supported. The following symbols are used to explain the use models: MPx0 Telemetry Device MX800 SRRA Use Model 1 Telemetry device paired with a networked MPx0, MX800, MP2, X2, or MP5.
  • Page 294 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Telemetry Device Use Models Restrictions • When paired to a telemetry device, the monitor cannot be connected to the IntelliVue Information Center via 1.4 GHz / 2.4 GHz Smart Hopping telemetry radio; it must be LAN connected or utilize the WLAN (802.11) solution.
  • Page 295 Telemetry Device Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Use Model 2 Telemetry device paired with a networked MP2, X2, or MP5. Direct connection. Device Connection Device Connection Device wired TAAP IntelliVue 802.11 wireless wired IntelliVue 802.11 wireless Description This use model involves directly connecting a telemetry device to a networked connected MP2, X2, or...
  • Page 296 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Telemetry Device Use Models • When the devices are paired and the cable is disconnected or the short range radio link is lost, the screen switches to the embedded telemetry device data window automatically once the 1.4 GHz / 2.4 GHz Smart Hopping telemetry device radio is activated.
  • Page 297 Telemetry Device Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Use Model 3 Telemetry device directly connected to an MP5T, or non-networked MP5, MP2, or X2. Device Connection Device Connection Device IntelliVue Telemetry TAAP wireless IntelliVue Telemetry wireless Description This use model involves directly connecting a telemetry device to an MP5T, MP2, X2, or MP5 which is not LAN connected to an IntelliVue Information Center.
  • Page 298 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Telemetry Device Use Models • Alarms are independent at the bedside and Information Center. • While ECG Source is the telemetry device the ECG Out on the Intellivue Patient Monitor is not functional.
  • Page 299 Telemetry Device Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models • When the non-networked monitor is turned off or put in standby for more than a minute, the assignment is lost. This is a configuration setting under Network that can be changed to Off and it is called Tele Unassign.
  • Page 300 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Telemetry Device Use Models Use Model 4 X2 or MP5 declared as telemetry device and paired with a larger monitor. Direct connection - (Companion mode). Device Connection Device Connection Device wired Host Companion* SRL/MSL IntelliVue...
  • Page 301 Telemetry Device Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Configuration: Use Model 4 Required Configuration on X2, MP5 Set Network setting TAAP to Disabled Assign Equipment label Required Hardware on X2, MP5 SRR interface or TAAP connector IntelliVue Instrument telemetry (IIT) interface IIT can be used Required Configuration at Information Center for X2, MP5...
  • Page 302 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Telemetry Device Use Models Use Model 5 Telemetry device directly connected to an X2 or MP5 which is connected as a Companion to a larger host monitor. Device Connection Device Connection Device Connection Device wired...
  • Page 303 Telemetry Device Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models • When the X2 or MP5 is disconnected from the host monitor, the host monitor screen switches to the embedded telemetry device data window automatically once the 1.4 GHz / 2.4 GHz Smart Hopping telemetry device radio is activated.
  • Page 304 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Telemetry Device Use Models • Check to ensure that you have chosen the correct device to pair with. • Make sure that the device you have chosen is not already paired to another sector, if it is paired to another sector, click on sector setup and unpair your device from this sector.
  • Page 305 Telemetry Device Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Condition Description Action Absence of successful association The bedside monitor and the • Repeat the device assignment sound/visual indicator. telemetry device are not procedure. communicating with each other. •...
  • Page 306: Cableless (cl Pod) Measurements Use Models

    7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Cableless (CL Pod) Measurements Use Models Cableless (CL Pod) Measurements Use Models There are two possible use models with cableless measurements available with this release. The SpO NBP CL Pods can be used with an MP5, MP5T, MP2, or X2 bedside monitor that is equipped with SRR or they can be used with a TRx4841A/TRx4851A telemetry device.
  • Page 307 Cableless (CL Pod) Measurements Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Description This use model involves assigning a CL SpO Pod or CL NBP Pod to an MP5, MP2, or X2 IntelliVue Patient Monitor via a short range radio connection. The IntelliVue Patient Monitor can be connected to the IntelliVue Information Center.
  • Page 308 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Cableless (CL Pod) Measurements Use Models Use Model 2 CL SpO Pod and/or CL NBP Pod assigned to a TRx4841A/Trx4851A telemetry device. Device Connection Device Connection Device IntelliVue Telemetry wireless IntelliVue Telemetry wireless Description This use model involves assigning a CL SpO...
  • Page 309 Cableless (CL Pod) Measurements Use Models 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models • Because the CL Pods are assigned to the telemetry device, the CL Pod data are always available at the Information Center as long as the telemetry device data is visible on the Information Center. •...
  • Page 310 7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models Cableless (CL Pod) Measurements Use Models...
  • Page 311 Index local printer one local and one central A options C.O. (measurement settings) printer printing a test report accessing profiles C.O. window settings (monitor settings) to capture events during addressograph (monitor transport settings) calculation settings (monitor setting) configuring screens advanced event surveillance capture 12 lead (measurement confirm pop-up key settings)
  • Page 312 using a third IntelliBridge display, independent intellivue support tool G.0 configuration changes drug calculator configuration interface settings (hardware gas analyzer (measurement (unique monitor setting) settings) settings) invasive pressure (measurement gas analyzer CO2 settings settings) (measurement settings) ISO settings (measurement EC10 global settings settings) ECG (measurement settings)
  • Page 313 wedge window changing default changing the combination of monitor settings block settings blocks MP20 model option components multiple display settings (hardware creating new predictive temp settings) deleting Pulse (Pressure) locking Pulse (SpO2) modifying pulse/system pulse N2O settings (measurement previewing display settings QT analysis settings) previewing measurement...
  • Page 314 screen layout, changing (EEG) trend window settings (monitor settings) screen overview spirometry (measurement settings) trigger condition MP20 Junior & MP20L SpO2 (CL pod settings) MP20/30 SpO2 (measurement settings) MP40/50 undo changes Sp-vO2 (measurement settings) unique monitor settings SR numeric (BIS) MP5SC drug calculator SRR channel settings (hardware...
  • Page 315 XDS remote display...

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