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Monitor Settings
Configuring INOP Severity
Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Alarms -> Inop Severity
Factory Defaults
Item Name
ECG Leads Off
Replace TeleBatt
Tele Disconnect.
Cuff Overpress
Cuff NotDeflated
Occlusion
INOP Severity Settings Configuration Implications
ECG Leads Off Set ECG Leads Off to Yellow or Red if you want the "ECG Leads Off"
INOP to be signaled as a yellow or red INOP. This INOP alerts the clinician when not all required leads
for ECG monitoring are attached to the patient. If, after a discharge, no ECG has been measured yet, the
INOP severity will be Cyan regardless of the configuration. Once a valid ECG has been received, the
severity will behave as configured.
Replace TeleBatt Set Replace TeleBatt to Yellow or Red if you want the
"Replace Battery T" INOP to be signaled as a yellow or red INOP. This INOP alerts the clinician when a
telemetry device is directly connected (via cable or short-range radio connection) to a monitor and the
battery in the telemetry device is almost empty and must be replaced. Note that if a telemetry device is
paired with a monitor without a direct connection, the severity of the "Replace Battery T" INOP is
controlled by the Information Center.
Tele Disconnect. Set Tele Disconnect. to Yellow or Red if you want the "Tele
Disconnect." INOP to be signaled as a yellow or red INOP. This INOP alerts the clinician when the
connection between the monitor and the telemetry device is interrupted.
Cuff Overpress Set Cuff Overpress to Yellow or Red if you want the "Cuff Overpress"
INOP to be signaled as a yellow or red INOP. This INOP alerts the clinician when the NBP cuff pressure
exceeds the overpressure safety limits.
Cuff NotDeflated Set Cuff NotDeflated to Yellow or Red if you want the
"Cuff NotDeflated" INOP to be signaled as a yellow or red INOP. This INOP alerts the clinician when
the NBP cuff pressure has exceeded 15mmHg (2kPa) for more than 3 minutes for Adult or pediatric
patients, or the cuff pressure has exceeded 5mmHg (0.7kPa) for more than 90 seconds (for neonatal
patients).
Occlusion Set Occlusion to Yellow or Red if you want the INOPs "CO
"<Gas Analyzer> Occclusion" to be signaled as a yellow or red INOP. These INOPs alert the clinician
when the sample line or exhaust line tubing is blocked.
Oper.
MX800,
Mode
MP20 - MP90
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Cyan
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Cyan
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Cyan
4 Configuration Settings Appendix
MP5, MP5T, MP5SC
MP2/X2
Occclusion" and
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