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13: Data Management

Event Summary

A new Event Summary is initiated the first time one of the following occurs after the device is
powered on:
The arrival of a valid ECG signal either through electrodes or pads/paddles.
The arrival of valid SpO
The arrival of valid CO
The arrival of valid NBP data.
The Charge button is pressed.
The Mark Event button is pressed.
An Event Summary ends when the device is turned off or enters a non-clinical mode.
NOTE: There is an 8-hour data limit per incident for an Event Summary. When the 8-hour limit is reached,
the Efficia DFM100 stops recording and a message is displayed on the Efficia DFM100. The
number of Event Summaries that can be stored is related to the duration of each individual Event
Summary. For example, the Efficia DFM100 can store approximately 50 Event Summaries of
approximately 30 minutes in length or 5 Event Summaries of approximately 8 hours in length.
Event Summary Data Collected
Patient data collected, if available, includes:
Two ECG waveforms with beat labels
One pleth waveform
One CO
Patient event information including:
Technical/device event information including:
Research data, including waves (AED Mode only) and shock/no shock decisions
You can configure the Efficia DFM100 to save short or long Event Summaries. Short Event
Summaries include all the above information except waveforms. Long Event Summaries contain
Patient name, sex, category, ID
Parameter information/Trends data
Physiological alarms and alarm limits
Defibrillation and pacing events
Mark events
Power on/off
Technical alarms
Initial mode and mode changes
Initial battery status and subsequent changes
Print Strip
Event Summary


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