4 Configuration Settings Appendix
Configuring Arrhythmia Alarm Recordings
(See "Configuring Alarm Recordings" on page 101) Arrhythmia recordings are affected by the settings
Record HR and Record PVC, as some arrhythmia alarms have both a HR component and a PVC
component. To receive all arrhythmia alarm recordings, you must configure both these alarms on. If PVC
alarm recording is off but HR alarm recording is on, these PVC alarms are not recorded:
Non-Sustain Vtach; Vtach; Ventricular Rhythm; Run of PVCs; Pair of PVCs; R on T PVC; V Bigeminy;
V Trigeminy; PVC/min; MultiFocal PVC.
Arrhythmia and Visible and Audible Alarm Latching
(Main Setup -> Alarms -> Alarm Settings; see "Configuring Alarms" on page 96) Alarm visual and audio
latching settings can affect the arrhythmia alarm sounds. Visual and Audible Latching should be set to
Red or Red and Yellow if Arrhythmia is On.
Configuring ST Analysis
ST segment monitoring is intended for use with adult patients only and is not clinically validated for use
with neonatal and pediatric patients. For this reason, the recommended - and default - setting for
ST monitoring in neonatal and pediatric modes is ST Analysis: Off.
Measurement Settings: Main Setup -> Measurements -> ST Analysis
ST Alarm Mode
Show ST In Wave
1.Setting only available when ST Uses is set to J+60 or J+80.
2.Setting only available when ST Uses is set to ST Point.
ST Alarm Mode If you set ST Alarm Mode to Multi, the monitor will announce an ST alarm,
only if more than one ST lead is violating its alarm limit. For each mode, Multi and Single, a
different set of ST alarm limits can be configured.
MP2 - MP90, MP5SC
C M Profile Adult
Profile Pedi Profile Neo
x Single ST
not applicable, this setting is stored in the Monitor Settings Block: see "Configuring User
Interface Settings" on page 126
Profile Adult Profile Pedi Profile Neo