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Monitor Settings
Configuring Other Report Settings
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Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Reports
MP5T
MP5SC
Factory Defaults
Item Name
Auto Print Dbs
Addressograph
Other Report Settings Configuration Implications
Auto Prnt Dbs This setting determines how the monitor handles reports stored in the print
database.
• If Auto Prnt Dbs is set to Always, print jobs stored in the print database are automatically
printed when a printer with a paper size matching the template of the report becomes available.
• Set Auto Prnt Dbs to Never if you do not want the monitor to automatically send reports stored
in the print database to a matching printer. This enables the clinician to print only selected reports
stored in the print database.
• Set Auto Prnt Dbs to Host Only if you connect an X2 or MP5 to a host monitor (companion
mode) and want to prevent reports stored in the print database of the companion monitor being sent to
a matching printer. This ensures that reports triggered on the companion while disconnected from the
host and the network (for example during transport) are not automatically printed when the companion
is connected to a host monitor. If Auto Prnt Dbs is set to Host Only reports triggered on the
host monitor are still sent to a matching printer.
Addressograph This lets you configure an addressograph field at the top of the report. Choices are
Left side, Right side, or None. An addressograph field is an empty field which has a width of 60mm,
its height depends on the report. This enables the clinician to label the report with their own patient data.
If you configure Addressograph to Left or Right, only the first character of the patient's middle
name (middle initial) may be shown on the report.
Oper.
MX800,
Mode
MP2 - MP90
C M
X2
x
Always
x
None
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