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Monitoring Maternal Heart / Pulse Rate; Priority For Maternal Heart / Pulse Rate - Philips FM20/30 Instructions For Use Manual

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Monitoring Maternal Heart /
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Pulse Rate
You can monitor the maternal heart/pulse rate using one of four sources:
Maternal pulse from Toco MP or CL Toco
SpO
Maternal heart rate (MHR) via MECG electrodes
NBP (pulse rate)
Maternal heart/pulse rates derived from Toco MP or CL Toco
continuous measurements, and are compared against the FHR for cross-channel verification. Average
pulse rate derived from noninvasive blood pressure is an intermittent measurement, and is therefore
not used for cross-channel verification.

Priority for Maternal Heart / Pulse Rate

Priority
Maternal Heart / Pulse Rate
1
HR from MECG measurement
2
Pulse from SpO
3
Pulse from CL SpO
measurement
4
Pulse from Toco MP measurement
cableless or cabled
5
Pulse from CL NBP Pod
measurement
6
Pulse from NBP measurement
Only one maternal heart rate/pulse rate numeric will be displayed and recorded at a time (see priority
table). If higher-priority measurements are connected but temporarily not providing valid numerics,
lower-priority numerics may be displayed and recorded instead.
(pulse rate)
2
Source
measurement
2
Pod
2
+
MP transducer (pulse rate)
+
MP, SpO
Alarming
Used for CCV
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
21
, and MECG are
2
Provides QRS
Tone
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
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