NOTE: Once the reason for the Pacing Stopped alarm has been resolved, that part of the alarm message is
removed from the display. The audio alarm continues. Press the
pacing, remove the remainder of the alarm text from the display and silence the audio alarm.
WARNING: Observe the patient closely while pacing. Heart rate displays and alarms function during pacing but
can be unreliable. Do not rely on the indicated heart rate or heart rate alarms as a measure of the
patient's perfusion status.
If your Efficia DFM100 does not operate as expected during pacing, see
Pacing has stopped. There has
been a power failure during
Pacing has stopped. A pads off
condition has been detected
Pacing has stopped. The Efficia
DFM100 has detected an error
which prevents delivery of pacing
Pacing has stopped. The Therapy
cable is disconnected from the
Therapy is disabled due to an
Pacing has stopped. The primary
ECG lead has become invalid in
Demand Mode pacing.
The actual delivered pace pulse
current is less than the selected
The battery's charge level is low.
on page 186.
Type of Alarm
Red Alarm message
with alarm tone
soft key to resume
"Defibrillation and Pacing