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SpO
Alarms
2
Pleth Wave
When the sensor is connected to the Efficia DFM100, the pleth wave is displayed in the configured
Wave Sector. Grid lines are displayed to indicate signal quality. When the signal quality is good, the
pleth wave is auto-scaled to the grid lines. When the signal is poor, the size of the wave is
proportionally decreased and appears not to reach the grid lines.
Figure 61
SpO
Alarms
2
Alarms activate if measurements fall outside the configured limits for high or low SpO
measurement falls below the configured SpO
non-latching alarms, meaning they are automatically removed when their alarm condition no longer
exists. Desat alarms are latching, meaning they remain present even if the alarm condition no longer
exists.
SpO
alarms can be generated for the conditions shown in Tables
2
appear as alarm messages in the SpO
audio and visual alarms. For more information on alarms,
NOTE: Alarm notification is configurable. See
Table 24
Alarm Message



Pleth Waves
Good Pleth Signal Quality

Poor Pleth Signal Quality

2
SpO
Physiological Alarms
2
Condition
The SpO
value has fallen below
2
the Desat low limit.
The SpO
value exceeds the high
2
alarm limit.
The SpO
value has dropped
2
below the low alarm limit.
Desat Limit. SpO
2
alarm status area above the SpO
see"Alarms"
"Alarm Management"
on page 38.
Type of Alarm
High Priority
Latching Alarm
Medium
Priority
Latching
Configurable
Alarm
10: Monitoring SpO
, or if the
2
alarms, except Desat, are
2
24
and 25. Once generated, they
numeric. There are both
2
on page 36.
Indication
Red alarm message
with audio tone
Yellow alarm message
with audio tone
2
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