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Attaching A Patient Module To The Belt; Connecting A Transducer Or Patient Module To The Monitor - Philips 50 XM Series Instructions For Use Manual

Fetal/maternal monitors.
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Attaching a Patient Module to the Belt

Connecting a Transducer or Patient Module to the Monitor

Chapter 3 - General Information
You can attach a patient module to the belt by sliding the patient module
under the belt and pushing the fixing knob (1) on the patient module
through one of the holes in the belt.
When you connect a transducer or patient module to either the Cardio 1/
Combi socket, the Toco socket or the Cardio 2 socket, the three dashes in
the display go out. The signal quality light for the heart rate display turns
red (because the transducer is not yet receiving a good signal from the
patient). The monitoring mode is printed on the paper, and repeated
every three to four pages.
If you are measuring:
Uterine activity, the display jumps to 20 (the Toco baseline).
Intrauterine pressure, the display shows 0.
NEVER immerse a transducer in liquid when it is connected to the
fetal monitor.
Attaching a Patient Module to the Belt


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