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Release j.3 with software revision j.3x.xx patient monitoring.
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Performance Specifications
ECG
Performance Specifications Type
Measurement Range
Resolution
Wave Speed (Global Speed)
Accuracy
Beat-to-Beat change (max.)
Differential Input Impedance
Electrode Offset Potential Tolerance
INOP Auxiliary Current (Leads Off Detection)
Input Signal Range
Dielectric Strength
Defibrillator Protection
ESU Protection
Paced pulse detection
WARNING
The fetal/maternal monitor is not a diagnostic ECG device. In particular, the display of fetal/maternal
ECG is intended only for evaluating signal quality for fetal/maternal heart rate as derived from the
ECG waveform.
When in doubt, it can be used to identify sources of compromised signal quality, such as noise or
muscle artifacts. It can subsequently be used to verify the result of measures taken to resolve them
(e.g., checking ECG cable connections or adapting the fetal
The safety and effectiveness of the displayed fetal/maternal ECG waveform (i.e., P, QRS and T
segments) for evaluation of fetal/maternal cardiac status during labor have not been evaluated.
DECG
MECG
Display
Recorder
DECG
MECG
28 Specifications and Standards Compliance
Single Lead ECG (derived from Fetal Scalp
Electrode)
Single Lead ECG (derived from RA and LA
electrodes)
30—240 bpm
1 bpm (display update rate 1 per second)
1/4 bpm
6.25 mm/sec, 12.5 mm/sec, 25 mm/sec, 50 mm/
sec
±1 bpm or 1%, whichever is greater (non-
averaging)
MECG: 28 bpm
DECG: 28 bpm (with Artifact Suppression On)
>15MΩ
±400 mV
<100 µA
20 µVpp—6 mVpp
150 µVpp—6 mVpp
1500 Vrms
None
None
None
ArtifactSuppress
configuration).
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