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Honeywell HomMed Genesis Touch Patient Instructions For Use

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  • Page 1 Patient Telemonitoring Instructions Genesis Touch  System ™...
  • Page 2: Safety Information

    Patient Telemonitoring Instructions Indications for Use The Honeywell HomMed Genesis Touch System is designed to retrospectively monitor vital signs. Vital signs include noninvasive blood pressure, pulse oximetry, pulse rate, weight and manually entered temperature. The Genesis Touch System collects, displays and transmits vital signs measurements captured from commercially available wireless medical devices designed for home use.
  • Page 3 • USE ONLY HOMMED AUTHORIZED MEDICAL EQUIPMENT • Attaching unauthorized equipment to the Honeywell HomMed Genesis Touch may cause damage or equipment failure, including increased emissions or decreased immunity of the monitor. • Do not use any AC adaptor other than the one that came with the Genesis Touch monitor. Do not attempt to connect any device other than those indicated in this document to the Genesis Touch monitor.
  • Page 4 Significant levels of dysfunctional hemoglobins, such as carboxyhemoglobin or methemoglobin, will affect the accuracy of the SpO2 readings. Weight Measurement • The Honeywell HomMed and the A&D scales are not stand-alone devices. The scale must be paired with a Genesis Touch System to operate. Equipment Operation •...
  • Page 5: Contact Information

    These items are described below and information is provided to allow you to remove them so that you can continue to use the Genesis Touch for its intended purpose. © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 6 If you touch an item on this menu bar, a window similar to the following opens for that application: Touch the X in the upper right corner of the application window to close the application. Touch the return key ( )to go back to the Genesis Touch screen. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 7: Understanding The Genesis Touch Monitoring System

    Understanding the Genesis Touch Monitoring System Understanding the Genesis Touch Monitoring System When the Honeywell HomMed Genesis Touch Monitoring System is part of your overall health plan, the system may help you live a more active lifestyle and reduce emergency department visits and unnecessary hospital stays.
  • Page 8: Before You Begin

    To charge the batteries, plug the monitor into an electrical outlet via the AC power adapter. IMPORTANT: We recommend that you have the monitor plugged in while using. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 9: Using Monitor Keys

    Allows you to return to the previous screen. Appears periodically (e.g., if you touch the black bar at the bottom of the screen or if you are on a setup screen). © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 10: Powering The Monitor

    Power button. The Vitals Now/Home screen appears. If you don’t touch the screen for a period of time, a time and date screen appears. Touch the screen to display the Vitals Now/Home screen. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 11: Adjusting Brightness And Volume

    Before you take the first set of vital signs, ensure that you know how to use each piece of equipment. If you have any questions about how to take your vital signs, contact your care provider. If you want to take your vital signs manually, go to Taking Vital Signs Manually. © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 12: Responding To Scheduled Vitals

    Select either Yes or No in response to the question. If more questions are configured, the next question appears. When the questions are completed, the monitor continues to the next vital signs acquisition. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 13: Taking Blood Oxygen

    Open the finger sensor by gently squeezing it the same way you would open a clothespin. As the oximeter is searching for a reading, a screen similar to the following appears: © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 14: Taking Your Blood Pressure Reading

    1. If the Blood Pressure screen appears, put the blood pressure cuff on your arm as described: 2. Press the START button on the blood pressure unit. The blood pressure unit lights up, the cuff begins to inflate, and a screen similar to the following appears: © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 15: Collecting Weight

    If the monitor prompts you to step on the scale, a screen similar to the following appears: 1. When the monitor has connected to the device (approximately 15-20 seconds), a screen similar to the following appears: © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 16 Do NOT step onto or attempt to stand on the edge of the scale. 3. When the scale has acquired a weight, a screen similar to the following appears: 4. Step off the scale. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 17: Recording Your Temperature

    Transmitting Data When all tests are complete, a screen similar to the following appears: After several minutes, the following screen appears letting you know that you have completed your vital signs: © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 18 Education icon on the Home screen of your monitor. Your clinician may also allow you to see a list of questions about general health topics in the  menu of education, even if you have no scheduled questions.. For more information on reviewing education at your leisure, refer to Viewing Education. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 19 4. Select the question you are interested in learning more about by touching the question with your finger tip. The education for that question appears on a screen similar to the following: © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 20: Taking Vital Signs Manually

    3. Select the icon for the vital signs you want to take. The icon(s) you selected are highlighted. Note: This option should only be selected when your care provider asks you to re-take vital signs or you are taking them for your information only. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 21: Determining One-Touch Video Set Up

    If your care provider wants to have a video conference with you, she may ask you to determine whether your monitor is set up for one-touch video. To determine this: 1. From the Vitals Now/Home screen, select the settings icon ( ).The Settings screen appears: © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 22 If it’s not configured, no message will appear related to One-Touch. 3. Select Back to return to the Settings screen. 4. Select Home to return to the Home screen. © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 23: Vital Signs Record

    Vital Signs Record Vital Signs Record Use the following chart to record your vital signs. Date Weight Blood Pressure Heart Rate Sp02 Temp © 4/3/14 P4815EN.05 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 24 Patient Telemonitoring Instructions Date Weight Blood Pressure Heart Rate Sp02 Temp © 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. P4815EN.05 4/3/14...
  • Page 25 Date Weight Blood Pressure Heart Rate Sp02 Temp © 4/3/14 Copyright 2013 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved.
  • Page 26 Honeywell HomMed 3400 Intertech Drive, Suite 200 Brookfield, WI 53045 Phone: (262) 783-5440 www.hommed.com © P4815EN.05 Copyright 2014 Honeywell HomMed. All rights reserved. 4/3/14...