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Device Alerts - Philips BiPAP autoSV advanced system One User Manual

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• AHI - The device accumulates individual Apnea/Hypopnea indices (AHI) for each session the patient used the
device. This screen displays the average of these individual nightly AHI values over a 7 day and 30 day time frame
(provided the device has at least 7 or 30 days of data respectively). If the device has only 5 days of data to use for
the calculation, the 5 day average value will be seen under the 7 day display. This screen only displays if your home
care provider has enabled it.
• Periodic Breathing - During any given night, the device recognizes the percentage of time the patient was
experiencing period breathing. This screen displays the average of these individual nightly values of periodic
breathing over a 7 day and 30 day time frame (provided the device has at least 7 or 30 days of data respectively). If
the device has only 5 days of data to use for the calculation, the 5 day average value will be seen under the 7 day
display. If you see a large increase in the percent of time in periodic breathing indicated here, contact your home
care provider for assistance. This screen only displays if your home care provider has enabled it.
• 90% EPAP - During any given night, the device recognizes the 90% EPAP (Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure)
achieved by the Auto Algorithm. 90% EPAP is defined as the pressure at which the device spent 90% of the session
time at or below. For example, if the device recognized airflow for 10 hours, and 9 hours were spent at or below
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displays the average of these individual nightly values of 90% EPAP over a 7 day and 30 day time frame (provided
the device has at least 7 or 30 days of data respectively). If the device has only 5 days of data to use for the
calculation, the 5 day average value will be seen under the 7 day display.
• Average PS - This screen displays the average of the Pressure Support values over a 7 day and 30 day time frame
(provided the device has at least 7 or 30 days of data respectively). If the device has only 5 days of data to use for
the calculation, the 5 day average value will be seen under the 7 day display.

Device alerts

There are three types of alarms:
• High Priority - Require immediate response by the operator.
• Medium Priority - Require prompt response by the operator.
• Low Priority - Require operator awareness. These alarms alert you to a change in the device status.
Additionally, the device also displays informational messages and confirmation alerts that notify you of conditions that
need attention but are not alarm conditions.
Audible and Visual Alarm Indicators
When an alarm condition occurs:
• The alarm LED indicator on the Alarm Silence/Indicator button lights.
• The audible alarm sounds.
• A message appears on the screen describing the type of alarm.
Alarm LED Indicators
The Alarm Silence/Indicator button lights up as follows whenever an alarm is detected:
• Red Flashing Indicator - High priority alarm is detected.
• Yellow Flashing Indicator - Medium priority alarm is detected.
• Yellow Solid Indicator - Low priority alarm is detected.
The Alarm Silence/Indicator button does not light up when informational messages display.
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