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Philips FM20/30 Instructions For Use Manual Page 67

Release j.3 with software revision j.3x.xx patient monitoring.
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Recording Elements
A variety of information can appear on the recorder trace. Here is a sample trace with some of the
most common elements and their meaning. Each trace header contains the last name and first name,
the patient ID, patient date of birth, the current date and time, patient's bed label, and the gestational
age of the pregnancy.
Name, patient ID, date of birth, current date and time
1
2
Recorder speed
Gestational age and patient bed label
3
FMP - Fetal Movement Profile
4
5
Other measurements for the patient such as temperature, arterial oxygen saturation, and pulse
Entered notes such as patient repositioned, or MD notified, or others
6
Time stamp
7
8
Trace separation
Recorder speed
9
Maternal ECG
10
11
Direct ECG
Coincidence of heart rate detected
12
HR with Alarms Off symbol
13
14
Alarm Limits
DFHR2 (second fetal heart rate from DECG)
15
FHR1 (first fetal heart rate)
16
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