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Displaying An Annotated Ecg - Philips Efficia DFM100 Instructions For Use Manual

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4: ECG Monitoring

Displaying an Annotated ECG

You may choose to display an annotated ECG with arrhythmia beat labels in Wave Sector 2. The
same ECG source appearing in Wave Sector 1 is displayed in Wave Sector 2 with a six-second delay.
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label classifications.
Table 6
Label
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To display an annotated ECG:
1
Press the Smart Select knob.
Turn the Smart Select knob to highlight
2
Select
3
Select
4
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appears near the waveform. White arrhythmia beat labels also appear. See
Arrhythmia Beat Labels
Description
Normal
Ventricular Ectopic
Paced
Learning Patient's ECG
Insufficient information to classify beats
Pacer Spike
Biventricular Pace Pulse
Artifact (noisy episode)
Inoperative condition (e.g. there is a lead
off )
Pause, Missed Beat, No QRS
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and press the Smart Select knob.

and press the Smart Select knob.
Where Displayed
Above QRS
Above waveform, where pacer spike was
detected (If the patient is both atrially and
ventricularly paced, the display shows two
marks above the waveform aligned with the
atrial and ventricular pacing.)
Above waveform where the biventricular pace
pulse was detected
Above waveform where noise was detected
Above waveform; at start of a technical alarm,
every second of the alarm and at the end
Above waveform where condition detected
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and press the Smart Select knob.
Monitor View
Table 6
for beat

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