Extra Configuration for the ECG Measurement
The bradycardia limit is set to the lower value of either Brady Clamp or the ∆
ExtrBrady subtracted from the ECG Low Limit.
For example, if you set ∆ ExtrBrady to 10 and Brady Clamp to 40, and the
ECG Low Limit is set to 55, then the bradycardia limit is 45 (that is, ∆
ExtrBrady subtracted from the ECG Low Limit).
If, however, the ECG Low Limit is set at 45, then the bradycardia alarm limit is
40 (that is, Brady Clamp).
In ECG setup (see "Selecting the ECG Setup" on page 131):
Step 1. Select ∆ ExtrBrady.
Step 2. Select the appropriate setting for the minimum difference below the
ECG Low Limit.
Step 3. Select Brady Clamp.
Step 4. Select the appropriate setting for the maximum bradycardia limit.
The lead fallback mode determines whether the monitor will automatically
switch another lead into channel 1 if the lead in channel 1 becomes unavailable
In ECG setup see ("Selecting the ECG Setup" on page 131):
Step 1. Select Fallback.
Step 2. Select the appropriate setting.
The lead from channel 2 or 3 will be switched to channel 1 if
channel 1 is in INOP for 10 seconds (and channel 2 or 3 is not in
No lead switching is done when channel 1 is in INOP.
In EASI mode, fallback is always on.
The "All ECG ALARMS OFF" INOP is displayed when the ECG alarms are
switched off or when the HR source is not ECG. You can decide whether the
INOP should be displayed or not.
In the ECG Setup (see "Selecting the ECG Setup" on page 131):