The following pages describe distinct clinical use models along with the configuration/equipment
needed to achieve the use model. Due to the configuration requirements for each use model, the
intention is that the hospital unit does not combine all the use models in a single area to avoid user
Special consideration is necessary for hospitals that pool their equipment or when biomedical
personnel return devices to units to prevent data loss, equipment disconnection and other inoperative
conditions. For example, an X2 with a monitor equipment label and SRR enabled (use model 2)
should not be used in a unit that needs an X2 with a telemetry device label without SRR enabled (use
Glossary of Terms
Short Range Radio - radio board internal to the MP2, X2, MP5, or MP5T that allows communication
to the SRRA on the telemetry device, and the CL Pods.
Short Range Radio Adapter - radio adapter that connects to the telemetry device to allow
communication to the SRR in the monitor or the CL Pods.
Any IntelliVue Patient Monitor MP20-MP90 that has an X2 or an MP5 connected (Companion Mode).
An X2, MP5, or CL Pod that is connected to a larger IntelliVue Patient Monitor. When connected, the
X2, MP5, or CL Pod functions as an MMS. In other words it is the process of creating a SRR association
between a device (telemetry device or CL Pod) and a host (patient monitor or telemetry device)
depending on use model.
SRL or MSL
Acronyms used interchangeably representing the cable that connects the X2 or MP5 to a larger
IntelliVue monitor or connecting the MP2 or X2 to the docking station.
Integrating physiologic data from a telemetry device and an IntelliVue Patient Monitor in a single
Own-Bed-Overview - Screen on the bedside that shows telemetry device data in the embedded telemetry
Process of creating a short range radio association between a telemetry device, a CL Pod and/or an
IntelliVue Patient Monitor.
Telemetry Device and
CL Pods Use Models