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Configurable Resuscitation Protocols; Aed Alarms - Philips Efficia DFM100 Instructions For Use Manual

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Configurable Resuscitation Protocols

After performing an initial ECG rhythm analysis, if the rhythm is not shockable, the Efficia
2
DFM100 begins to monitor the patient.
To activate ECG alarms in AED Mode, press the Alarms button
3
Efficia DFM100.
To monitor optional SpO
Once in AED Mode, attach an SpO
1
on page 111).
2
If you have the device configured to monitor SpO
once a pulsatile reading is obtained. For more information on SpO
"Monitoring SpO
3
To activate SpO
Efficia DFM100.
To monitor optional EtCO
Once in AED Mode, attach an CO
1
CO2 cable and Sample Line"
2
If you have the device configured to monitor CO
a reading is obtained. For more information on CO
page 99.
3
To activate CO
Efficia DFM100.
Configurable Resuscitation Protocols
In AED Mode, you have the flexibility to configure the Efficia DFM100 to match your institution's
resuscitation protocols. You can:
Customize the device for the number of shocks (1-4) in a series.
Select the energy setting within a given shock series (Adult patient category only).
Set the CPR Pause interval from 1-3 minutes.
Select the level of detail you want while in AED Mode.
Select what the device does after a No Shock Advised decision.
For more information, see Tables

AED Alarms

The SMART Analysis algorithm generates AED Defibrillation alarms for the conditions shown in
Table
17. There are both audio and visual alerts, when turned on.
When monitoring a patient, the ST/AR ECG Monitoring Algorithm generates ECG alarms in AED
Mode, if turned on. See
For more information on alarms, see
For patients that are ≥ 25 kg or ≥ 8 years old, use Adult patient category.
For patients <25 kg or < 8 years old, use Infant/Child patient category.
and pulse in AED Mode and activate alarms:
2
"
on page 109.
2
and Pulse alarms in AED Mode, press the Alarms button on the front of the
2
and AwRR in AED Mode and activate alarms:
2
and AwRR alarms in AED Mode, press the Alarms button on the front of the
2
"Other Alarms in AED Mode"
sensor to the device and patient (see
2
in AED Mode, SpO
2
sensor to the device and the patient (see
2
on page 10).
in AED Mode, CO
2
, see
2
39
and
40
in the Configuration chapter.
below.
"Alarms"
on page 36.
5: AED Mode Option
on the front of the
"Applying the Sensor"
monitoring begins
2
, see
Chapter 10
2
"Connecting the
monitoring begins once
2
Chapter 9 "Monitoring CO
"
on
2
75

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