Monitoring System, as well as the Philips Neonatal CMS Patient Monitoring System will be referred to throughout this guide as the CMS. Target Audience This reference guide is intended for hospital Biomedical Engineers and Technicians, Philips Customer Engineers, Response Center Engineers, and Installation Planning Specialists who have. This course provides an introduction to the Philips Intellivue MP monitor family, e.g. MP2,MP5,MP20/30, MP40/50, MP60/70, MP80/90. It focuses primarily on equipment operation, configuration, maintenance and minor repair. Monitor principles, board level theory and system diagnostics are learned. Set up telemetry from central monitor and ensure it is displayed on the bedside monitor – (see Philips Telemetry Training Guide) (attach a link to Philips telemetry set up) Adjust ECG settings as ordered; For monitor set up - Lead 1 is used to diagnose QRS complex Lead 2 is used to diagnose atrial activity and to monitor heart rate. Adaptable and networkable, Philips central monitoring systems incorporate innovative features—such as flexible trending and display capability, advanced alarm management and virtualized platforms—that place them at the core of patient monitoring in a broad range of caregiving environments. Manual Philips IntelliVue Telemetry System Instructions for Use (order number M4841-91001). Note— Standard and EASI M2601A Transmitters can be used with the Philips Telemetry System and can operate simultaneously with M2601B Transmitters. “What’s New” on page 1-2 summarizes the differences between the M2601B and M2601A transmitters.
- Philips M2601A S03 (EASI) ECG Telemetry Transmitter
The Philips M2601A Telemetry system transmitter sends continuous ECG and SpO2 measurements to the IntelliVue Information Center, where the measurements are captured, analyzed, displayed, and stored.
Macbook pro file manager. The basic setup comes with 3-lead or 5-lead capability. The ECG-only transmitter is particularly light and comfortable for patients. Upgraded transmitters combine standard and EASI derived 12-lead ECG monitoring on a single device, run on easily replaceable AA batteries, and provide audio feedback for many tasks, including “power on” and SpO2 spot check.
- Frequency of 460-480 MHz or 608-614 MHz WMTS
- Lightweight—less than ½ lb.
- Standard ECG configuration with 3- or 5-lead capability
- EASI ECG configuration used for transmitters that work with central stations that are capable of converting a 5-wire lead set signal to 12 lead analysis by having EASI version software installed at the central station.
- SpO2 configuration used for transmitters that are used with SpO2 sensors.