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Paper Save Mode For Maternal Measurements - Philips FM20/30 Instructions For Use Manual

Release j.3 with software revision j.3x.xx patient monitoring.
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Paper Save Mode for Maternal
Your monitor's recorder features a Paper Save Mode, where maternal vital signs are recorded using less
paper than during a normal trace recording.
When Paper Save Mode is enabled, and if the recorder is stopped, it will start automatically to print
data from maternal measurements as they occur, and then stops again to save paper. You enable Paper
Save Mode in Configuration Mode (default is off).
A header is printed first before the measurements are recorded. A new header is also printed when
there is a date change at midnight.
Each NBP measurement is recorded. The time when the measurement ended is recorded.
Each Temperature measurement is recorded. The time when the measurement ended is recorded.
Other maternal parameters (SpO
The rules described in the section "Priority for Maternal Heart / Pulse Rate" on page 213 apply.
Paper Save Mode recording stops if there are no valid maternal measurements for more than one
hour, and a message will notify you that there are no active parameters. Paper Save Mode recording
will restart automatically when another valid measurement is made.
One of the maternal measurements (see above) is valid again.
The recorder is turned off and on again or a report has been recorded
(e.g. NST Report).
The Paper Advance function is used.
The Paper Save Mode setting is set off and on again.
ADT information has changed (e.g. because patient information has
been completed or updated).
The monitor is restarted (e.g. by switching it off and on again).
The date has changed (e.g. at midnight).
, maternal heart rate or Pulse) are recorded every five minutes.
Paper Save Mode


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