4 Configuration Settings Appendix
Configuring CSA Buffers
Unique Monitor Setting: Main Setup -> Measurements -> EEG
CSA Buffer Configuration Implications
These CSA buffer settings apply for CSAs viewed on screen and for CSA reports.
Buffer A / Buffer B / Buffer C A buffer defines the interval between the spectral lines
displayed in the CSA. The smaller the interval, the more often the CSA is updated, and the shorter the
time span covered by the CSA display. Buffer A, Buffer B, and Buffer C give you three
preconfigured choices which are then available for configuration of the CSA window and CSA reports.
Configuring the Drug Calculator
Unique Monitor Setting
Configuration of the drug calculator cannot be done in the monitor's configuration mode, it can only be
done with the Support Tool. When the Drug Calculator is delivered from the factory, the only drug in the
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.
Up to 75 drugs (including the generic drug ANY DRUG) can be configured for all three patient categories.
• Amount and Volume
• Minimum/maximum ranges and start values
• Titration Table settings, such as Dose and Rate increments
• Whether the Rule of 6 may be used weight-based drugs in the neonatal and pediatric patient category.
When you clone a configuration to a monitor, the associated drug list is automatically cloned with the
configuration. Therefore, before cloning a configuration to a monitor, you must always check
• whether there is a drug list in the configuration
• whether this configuration is correct for the hospital unit you are working in
MP40 - MP90
Unique Monitor Settings