About Configuration Settings
The IntelliVue Patient Monitor is pre-configured with factory default settings when it is shipped. This
section documents the factory default settings and lists the configuration implications that need to be
considered when changing settings from their default.
The configuration implications are only provided in this guide. You must read this document before
you modify monitor configurations.
The settings documented here are valid for IntelliVue Patient Monitors release F.0 with software
Documenting Monitor Configurations
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.
Understanding Configuration Implications
When you permanently change any element of the configuration, you must consider the effect of the
new configuration on both patient and application behavior. For additional information on the
context of the configuration settings, see your monitors Instructions for Use. Always ensure that the
monitor users are aware of the configuration settings.
Using the Configuration Tables
The "breadcrumb trail" at the top of each table indicates which Settings Block the settings are grouped
under. For example, "Measurement Setting: Main Setup -> Measurements ->
ECG" means that the ECG settings in the table below the heading are part of the Measurement Settings
Block. This is also the path you should follow to access the settings in the table: in this example, to
configure ECG settings, in the Main Setup menu, select Measurements and then select ECG.
How to read the configuration tables
The following is a (modified) example of a configuration table, as you will find it in the sections of this