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4 Configuration Settings Appendix
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
MP40-90
Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Reports -> CSA on EEG Rep.
only
Factory Defaults
Item Name
Buffer
Trend SEF
Trend MDF
Trend PPF
Clipping
Frequency Scale
CSA Reports Configuration Implications
Buffer defines which of the three preconfigured buffers (see "Configuring CSA Buffers" on page 166)
is used on a CSA report. This setting can also be changed in monitoring mode. Note that the default
buffer interval for CSA reports is intended to provide an overview of longer term CSA trends.
Trend SEF / MDF / PPF defines which of the available trend lines (SEF, MDF, PPF) are printed
on the CSA report. This setting can also be changed in monitoring mode.
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 a spectral line are artificially clipped at a certain height (see graphic
under "Configuring CSA Buffers" on page 166). If Clipping is Off, peaks can reach as high as the
window allows which may result in a more cluttered presentation.
Frequency Scale defines the bandwidth used for the CSA report.
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Monitor Settings

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