NELLCOR BEDSIDE SpO2 PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEM, PM100N - HOME USE IN-SERVICE PRESENTATION NELLCOR BEDSIDE SPO2 PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEM PM100N The Nellcor bedside SpO2 patient monitoring system is indicated for prescription use only for the continuous non-invasive monitoring of functional oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2) and pulse rate. The Nellcor bedside SpO2 patient monitoring system is intended for use only with neonatal, pediatric, and adult patients during both no-motion and motion conditions, who are either well or poorly perfused, in hospitals, hospital-type facilities, intra-hospital transport, and home
environments. HOMECARE AND SLEEP STUDY MODES Nellcor bedside SpO2 patient monitoring system offers standard, homecare, and sleep study modes. 3 STANDARD MODE: HOMECARE MODE: Advanced functionality to monitor in-hospital patients with SpO2, pulse rate, and Nellcor SatSeconds alarm management. Password protected,
simplified monitoring for nonhospital settings. Engineered to help prevent inexperienced users from modifying alarm settings. SLEEP STUDY MODE: Password protected, simplified monitoring for sleep studies. Screen backlighting reduced and alarms silenced to help reduce disturbances to sleeping patients. REAR PANEL Battery
Cover AC Power Connector Nurse Call Port 4 FRONT AND SIDE PANEL Silence audible alarms for set time Audio Pause Home Button Return
to this main screen Insert interface cable here SpO2 Connector Power Button Press and HOLD to turn on and off USB Ports For data download and upgrades Rotate and
press, to control system functions 5 Knob DISPLAY RIGHT SIDE AC Power Indicator Battery Charge Indicator Interferenc e Indicator Sensor Disconnect Indicator
Sensor Off Indicator Sensor Message Indicator 6 HANDS ON REVIEW Attach power cord to device and plug into AC receptacle Power on device and determine when it is ready for use Connect cable and sensor to device Create the various sensor indicator messages Interference indicator Sensor disconnect indicator Sensor off indicator Sensor message indicator (articulate when this occurs) Power off the device
7 STANDARD MONITORING DISPLAY MAIN VIEW SpO2: Upper/ Lower Alarm Limits Battery Indicator SpO2: Real Time Value Pulse Rate: Real Time Value
Plethysmographic Waveform (Pleth) 8 Informative Message Area Blip Bar Pulse Rate: Upper/Lowe r Alarm Limits STANDARD MONITORING DISPLAY Informative Message Area
9 Patient Mode Alarm Limits Menu Options Menu STANDARD MONITORING ALARM LIMITS MENU To access the Alarm Limits Menu, rotate the knob to highlight the alarm limits display area and press. Alarm
Icon Status Alarm Active Adjust Up/Down SpO2, PR, Nellcor SatSeconds alarm management 10 Alarm Audio Paused Alarm Paused Icon Alarm audio deactivated in Service Menu Alarm Audio icon in Sleep Study Mode
STANDARD MONITORING QUICK ACCESS MENUS For quick access to SpO2 Alarm alarm settings, rotate Settings the knob to highlight one of two areas and Nellcor press. SatSeconds alarm management Settings 11 Pulse Rate Alarm Settings HANDS ON REVIEW Attach the sensor to a patient
Determine the patients real time SpO2 and PR reading Set parameter alarm limits SpO2 target range: 85% to 100% Pulse rate target range: 80 bpm to 110 bpm Once alarm limits are set Discuss alarm status What do you see? What do you hear? How would you respond to the alarm(s)? 12 STANDARD MONITORING PATIENT MODE MENU To access the Patient Mode Menu, turn the knob to highlight the patient mode display area and press the knob. Patient
Mode Menu 13 Adult Use for adults. Pediatr ic Use for children. Neonat al Use for newborns. STANDARD MONITORING OPTIONS MENU To access the Options Menu, turn the knob to
highlight the Options icon and press the knob. Press as a shortcut to access the Options Menu Volume Adjustment Alarm Key Beep Pulse 14 Patient Response Mode Normal Fast
Service Menu Power On Settings Alarm Audio Paused Alarm Audio Reminder Permission to Mute Alarm Language Date/Time Setting System Information
System Test Trend Data Download Settings Homecare Mode Settings Communication settings Alarm Priorities Password Settings HANDS ON REVIEW Your next patient is a one year old child. Set the pulse oximeter to the appropriate patient mode. It is very loud in the patients room. Set the alarm volume to the loudest setting for SpO2 and PR. 15 STANDARD MONITORING SpO2 WAVEFORM MENU To access the SpO2 Waveform Menu, turn the
knob to highlight the waveform or trend display area and press the knob. Sweep Speed 6.25mm/s 12.5mm/s 25mm/s 16 Trend Data 88,000 data events 96 hours Collected every 4 seconds STANDARD MONITORING SWEEP SPEED OVERVIEW
Allows the clinician to set the speed at which the SpO2 waveform trace moves across the screen. Sweep Speed = 25.0mm/s (i.e. Zoom In) The higher the sweep speed value, the more granular the data appears on the screen. Sweep Speed
17 = 6.25mm/s (i.e. Zoom Out) STANDARD MONITORING TABULAR TREND VIEW To access the Options Menu, turn the knob to highlight the Options icon and press the knob. Date/Time 18 SpO2 Value Pulse Rate Value Monitor
Errors Scroll Interval STANDARD MONITORING TABULAR TREND VIEW To scroll through the Tabular Trend View, rotate the knob to the left for historical data and to the right to get back to present time Scroll Interval Options 1 (every 4 sec) 5 (every 20 sec) 100 (~6.5 min) 500 (~33.5 min)
19 Turn knob to the left for historic data NOTE: To change Scroll highlight Interval Options, press the knob. STANDARD MONITORING TREND DATA DOWNLOAD To access the Trend Data Download Menu, turn the knob to highlight the Options Menu and press. Mini-USB Port 1. Connect mini-USB port to a PC
2. Select Options 3. Select Trend Data Download 4. Select Start 20 STANDARD MONITORING GRAPHICAL TREND VIEW To access the Graphical Trend View, turn the knob to highlight the waveform or trend display area and press the knob. Select Graphical Trend and press the knob. SpO2 Scale 21
SpO2 Trend Line (blue line) Pulse Rate Pulse Rate Trend Line Scale (green line) HANDS ON REVIEW Access tabular trend data for your patient How have your patients SpO2 values changed in the last hour? How have your patients PR values changed in the last hour? Use the scroll interval options to review your patients data from 3 hours ago. Download your patients data using the data download capability. How would you use graphical trend?
22 STANDARD MONITORING NELLCOR SATSECONDS ALARM MANAGEMENT SETTING Nellcor SatSeconds Alarm Management Setting 23 Nellcor SatSeconds Alarm Management Icon STANDARD MONITORING ALARM LIMITS MENU To access Nellcor SatSeconds Alarm Limits Menu, turn
the knob to highlight the alarm limits display area and press the knob. Nellcor SatSeconds Alarm Management Value Can be adjusted to OFF, 10, 25, 50, 100 24 HANDS ON REVIEW Activate Nellcor SatSeconds Alarm Management Nellcor SatSeconds alarm management is designed to help reduce clinically insignificant alarms that occur with your patient. Activate Nellcor SatSeconds alarm management and set to
100. How would you respond to a Nellcor SatSeconds alarm? 25 HOMECARE MODE To access Homecare Mode, turn the knob to highlight and select the Options Menu. Within menu, select the Change Patient Mode display area and press the knob. Change Patient Mode Turn knob to highlight Change
Patient Mode and press the knob 26 HOMECARE MODE After selecting Change Patient Mode display area, highlight Switch to Homecare and press the knob. Switch to Homecare Mode Turn the knob to highlight Switch to Homecare and press the knob. 27
HOMECARE MODE After selecting Switch to Homecare display area, enter passcode. Entering Passcode 28 Turn the knob to highlight the number in passcode and press the knob. Once number is highlighted in yellow, turn knob to change number then press the knob to select. Once number is selected, repeat process for remaining passcode numbers. HOMECARE MODE
After passcode is entered, a confirmation screen will pop up. Select OK and then you will be in Homecare Mode. Select OK and press the knob NOTE: The Homecare mode monitoring screen does not appear until the user presses the knob to select OK 29 SLEEP STUDY MODE To access Sleep Study Mode, turn the knob to highlight the Options Menu, select the Change Patient Mode
display area and press the knob. Sleep Study Mode Turn the knob to highlight Change Patient Mode and press the knob 30 SLEEP STUDY MODE After selecting the Change Patient Mode, then highlight Switch to Sleep Study and press the knob. Sleep Study
Mode 31 Q&A THANK YOU 2019 Medtronic. All rights reserved. Medtronic, Medtronic logo and Further, Together are trademarks of Medtronic. All other brands are trademarks of a Medtronic company. 04/2019-19-PM-0064
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