In Manual Defibrillation Mode, when an energy is selected, Code View is displayed. Code View is
optimized to clearly communicate data associated with a resuscitation event (see
Code-related information in Code View includes:
Enlarged Wave Sector 1: The waveform in Wave Sector 1 is larger for easier viewing.
Shock Counter: Displays the number of shocks for the current event (including shocks delivered in
Selected Energy: Displays the currently selected energy.
Delivered Energy: Displays the energy amount that was delivered for the most recent shock.
Replaces the Shock Counter for 15 seconds after the shock is delivered.
Wave Sector 2: Displays the currently configured waveform. If Cascade is selected, depending on the
ECG size, parts of the wave may be clipped due to the smaller sector size.
Patient Contact Indicator: Graphical representation of the contact quality between the patient and
the multifunction electrode pads. Orange or red lights on the PCI indicate poor patient contact.
Adjust pads to optimize patient contact. Multiple green lights on the PCI indicate good contact is
established. The PCI is displayed when pads are attached and the device is charging or is charged. It
is not displayed when using paddles. Use the PCI on the paddles as a patient contact indicator.
CPR Progress Bar: When in use, replaces the Patient Contact Indicator and tracks the progress of
the analysis pause and CPR periods.
Patient Category: Displays the current Patient Category. The patient category triggers specific alarm
limits and AED energy settings for defibrillation. The background color changes with the selected
patient category for Adult (orange) and Infant/Child (blue).
Code View Layout
Patient Contact Indicator or
CPR Progress Bar
Shock Counter/Delivered Energy
6: Manual Defibrillation