IntelliVue MP40/MP50 PatientMonitorPhilips M8003A, M8004A Technical Data SheetThe IntelliVue MP40 and MP50 portable patientmonitors are compact in size, ergonomic, andmodular in design. They share a common userinterface and technological platform with the PhilipsIntelliVue MP2, MP5, MP20/MP30 and MP60 - MP90patient monitors.The monitors can be connected to Philips multimeasurement modules (MMS) or IntelliVue X2 multimeasurement modules with MMS extensions, plug-inmeasurement modules and the IntelliVue gasanalyzers to extend their functionality with plug-andplay convenience. Information portal capabilityprovides access to the hospital network from thebedside.The monitors are highly customizable. For eachmodel, dedicated configurations are available for theanesthesia, critical and cardiac, and neonatal careenvironments.The IntelliVue family offers a complete monitoringsolution that is flexible and modular, designed to suita broad spectrum of monitoring needs.Measurement Features ECG monitoring using any combination of three to10 electrodes. 12-lead ECG monitoring with five electrodes usingthe EASI method or with 10 electrodes using theconventional method. Multi-lead arrhythmia and ST segment analysis atthe bedside on all available leads. QT/QTc interval monitoring
The Capnography Extension extends your measurement capability byadding mainstream or sidestream CO2, a pressure and an additionalpressure or temperature measurement plus optional cardiac output. Choice of high performance pulse oximetry technologies for accurateperformance even in cases with low perfusion. Pulse Pressure Variation (PPV) can be calculated from beat-to-beatarterial pressure values. Minimum Alveolar Concentration (MAC) values can be calculated foranesthetic agents. The monitors can operate using battery power for 4 to 5 hours,depending on the monitor configuration, to let you safely and easilymonitor patients during in-hospital transfer.Usability Features Intuitive user interface. Simple menu hierarchy gives fast access to all basic monitoring tasks. Patient data management with tabular and graphic trends. Ventilation, hemodynamic, and oxygenation calculations. Drug Calculator Settings “Profiles” for rapid case turnover. Patented automatic alarm limits help clinicians provide care moreefficiently. Basic Event Surveillance for automatic detection of patient statusdeterioration. Neonatal Event Review keeps a record of rapidly changing conditionof neonatal patients. User can freeze waves on the screen and measure parts of the waveusing cursors. Bed-to-bed overview provides clinicians with an overview of all thepatient beds in their care. User can silence alarms from remote beds. User can assign a monitor and a telemetry device to the same patient.The telemetry data can be displayed as a fixed monitor overviewsession on the monitor. Choice of input devices: touchscreen, navigation point, remotecontrol, mouse, trackball, barcode reader, keyboard or remoteSpeedPoint. 12" TFT flat panel display with SVGA resolution, wide viewing angle,large numerics, permanently visible alarm limits, and up to six realtime waves. Capable of functioning in a wireless infrastructure. Graphical measurement window shows which measurements arebeing measured by which device, making it easier to resolvemeasurement label conflicts. Timer application allows you to set timers to notify you when aspecific time period has expired.2Intended UseThe IntelliVue MP40 and MP50 monitors are intended to be used formonitoring, recording, and alarming of multiple physiologicalparameters of adults, pediatrics, and neonates in hospital environmentsby trained health care professionals.U.S. Federal Law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of aphysician.ModularityThe monitor is available in a choice of two models, the MP50 offerstouchscreen operation and the navigation point, while the main inputmethod for the MP40 is the navigation point. Both models offer thesame comprehensive range of measurements.The monitors’ functionality can be extended by connecting Philipsmeasurement modules, multi-measurement module, X2, MMSextensions, and the IntelliVue gas analyzers. The monitors are availableas standalone or networked solutions.UpgradabilityThe MP40/MP50 monitors’ modular design allows new capabilities tobe added in the future as your monitoring requirements evolve. Thisupgradability gives the security of knowing that the monitors can beenhanced and updated as practices and technologies advance, and itprotects long-term investments.Main ComponentsDisplayThe monitors have color LCD TFT displays with a wide viewing angle,providing high resolution waveform and data presentation.The display, processing unit, and power supply are integrated into onedevice.User InterfaceThe user interface is designed for fast and intuitive operation. Thecolor graphical user interface ensures that clinicians quickly feel at easeusing the monitor.SmartKeys with intuitive icons allow monitoring tasks to be performedquickly and easily, directly on the monitor screen.Waves and numerics are color-coded.The monitors display up to six measurement waves simultaneously. For12-lead ECG monitoring they can display 12 real-time ECG waves, witha rhythm strip and all ST values.Flexible screen layout allows optimal use of the available display space,for example, waves can be overlapped or wave size can adjustdynamically depending on the number of waves configured for thespace.The Basic Help provides on-screen operating help, explaining INOPand alarm messages.
Touchscreen OperationThe MP50 monitor is supplied as standard with a touchscreen displaywith a resistive touch surface.Mouse/keyboardAny specified PS/2 or USB mouse, trackball or keyboard may be usedfor data entry.Input DevicesSupported input devices include the navigation point, the remotecontrol, the remote SpeedPoint and PS/2 and USB-compatible, off-theshelf computer accessories such as mouse, trackball or barcode reader.Simulated KeyboardIf alpha or numeric data entry is required, for example to enter patientdemographics, an on-screen keyboard will automatically appear on thescreen.Navigation PointThe integrated navigationpoint is the primary inputdevice for the MP40 and isalso standard on the MP50 inaddition to the touch screen.Its dial can be rotated toenable navigation across themonitor screen. A tactileresistance at every step givesthe user control over cursormovement.Multi-Measurement Module (MMS)The M3001A MultiMeasurement Module(MMS) can beconnected withoutcables to the rear ofThe navigation point has fourhardkeys:Integrated Navigation PointSilence key to acknowledge all active alarms or switchalarm indicators on or offAlarms key to pause alarm indicators or switch alarmindicators on or offBack key to take the user back from a sub-menu to amain menuMain Screen key to take the user from any window tothe main screenRemote Control1The IntelliVue Remote Control provides directaccess to 5 hardkeys, a navigation knob and anumeric keypad which can also be used foralphanumeric entry. The hardkeys include “Silence”,“Alarms Off / Pause Alarms”, “Back”, “MainScreen”,and a “SmartKeys” key that displays a block ofconfigurable smart keys.1the MP40 or MP50. Itsends measurementwaves and numerics tothe monitor screenand generates alarmsand INOPs. Up toeight hours of patientMMS with measurement extensiontrends are stored inthe MMS, as well aspatient demographic details.The MMS provides measurement data for Electrocardiogram (ECG)/Arrhythmia, Respiration, Oxygen Saturation of Arterial Blood (SpO2),Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (NBP), and Invasive Pressure orTemperature. It features 12-lead ECG capability, multi-lead arrhythmia,and 12-lead ST analysis.X2 Multi-Measurement ModuleThe M3002A X2Multi-MeasurementModule can beconnected withoutcables to the rear ofthe MP40/50. It sendsmeasurement wavesand numerics to themonitor screen andIntelliVue X2 Multi-Measurement Modulegenerates alarms andINOPs. Up to 24hours of patient trendsare stored in the X2, as well as patient demographic details.The X2 provides measurement data for Electrocardiogram (ECG)/Arrhythmia, Respiration, Oxygen Saturation of Arterial Blood (SpO2),CO2, Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (NBP), and Invasive Pressure orRequires system software H.0 or higher.3
Temperature. It features 12-lead ECG capability, multi-lead arrhythmia,and 12-lead ST analysis.The X2 can also be used as a stand-alone monitor.The device has three optical alarm indicators, an integrated speaker totransmit audible alarm signals, and an On/Standby key to remotelyswitch the monitor on or put it into standby.MMS ExtensionsA MMS Extension can optionally be slotted onto the MultiMeasurement Module or the X2 to add:M3014A: integrated mainstream or sidestream CO2, second InvasiveBlood Pressure, third Invasive Blood Pressure or Temperature andoptionally Cardiac Output/Continuous Cardiac Output.M3015A/B: Microstream CO21, and Invasive BloodPressure/Temperature(optional).M3012A: Temperature andInvasive Blood Pressure andan additional Invasive BloodPressure or Temperaturemeasurement, optionally withCardiac Output and/orContinuous CardiacOutput.M3012A hemodynamic MMSextensionRemote SpeedPointThe remote SpeedPoint can also be connected to an external deviceinterface connection on the monitor. It combines joystick with dialcontrol and enables full two-dimensional navigation across the monitorscreen. A tactile resistance at every step gives the user control overcursor movement.IntelliVue Gas AnalyzersVersatile IntelliVue G1 and G5 GasAnalyzers measure the five mostcommonly used anesthetic gases, as wellas N2O and CO2. They all provideinspiration and expiration values andcalculate MAC values for display onPhilips IntelliVue patient monitors. TheIntelliVue G1 Gas Analyser measures thesingle agent chosen by the clinician. TheIntelliVue G5 features automatic agentidentification and mixed-agentmeasurement capability. Advanced O2technology based on paramagneticmeasurements is optional with the G1Remote Alarm Deviceand included standard with the G5.Remote Alarm DeviceThe Remote Alarm Device can be connected to an external deviceinterface connection on the monitor and mounted in a conspicuousposition to improve the visibility of alarm signals generated by themonitor.Integrated Module SlotsThe monitors have four integrated module slots for use with the plugin modules.Plug-In ModulesIndividual plug-in measurementmodules are available to measure:– M1006B Invasive BloodPressure– M1011A Intravascular OxygenSaturation Module (SO2)– M1029A Temperature– M1012A Cardiac Output/Continuous Cardiac Output– M1014A Spirometry– M1018A Transcutaneous Gas– M1020B Oxygen Saturation ofArterial Blood (SpO2)Side view of MP40/MP50 with– M1027AMMS and MMS extension (top),Electroencephalograph (EEG)and plug-in recorder module– M1034A Bispectral Indexand two measurement modules(BISTM)2below– 865383 NeuroMusculartransmission (NMT)3Additional plug-in modules available are:– M1116B Thermal Array Recorder– M1032A VueLink Device Interface– 865115 IntelliBridge EC10 Module (Device Interface Module)MountingThe mounting options available enable flexible, space saving placementof the monitors for an ergonomic work space.214Microstream is a registered trademark of Oridion Systems Ltd.3Bispectral Index and BIS are registered trademarks of Covidien AG and/or its affiliates.Not available in U.S.A and territories relying on FDA Market clearance.
Application FeaturesCritical and Cardiac Care Features The monitor performs multi-lead arrhythmia detection analysis onthe patient’s ECG waveform at the bedside. It analyzes for ventriculararrhythmias, calculates heart rate, and generates alarms, includingasystole, bradycardia, and ventricular fibrillation. Up to 12 leads of ST segment analysis can be performed on adultpatients at the bedside, measuring ST segment elevation anddepression and generating alarms and events. The user can trend STchanges, set high and low alarm limits, and set both ST and isoelectricmeasurement points. Using ST Snippets, one-second wave segmentscan be compared with a baseline segment for each measured ST lead.ST points can be set either relative to the J-point or directly byselecting a numeric value. QT/QTc interval monitoring provides the measured QT interval,the calculated heart-rate corrected QTc value and a QTc value,which tracks variation in the QT interval in relation to a baselinevalue. SvO2 and ScvO2 measurements provide guidance for the treatmentof sepsis treatment protocols. The Parameter Histogram View of the Vital Signs Trend allows theclinician to see, at a glance, the stability of the patient's condition for aselected time period. ST Map application shows ST changes over time in two multi-axisspider diagrams. 12-lead ECG data can be measured, using either the EASI placementmethod with five standard electrodes or conventional electrodeplacement with 10 electrodes.112 real-time ECG waveforms can be displayed simultaneously.Diagnostic 12-lead ECG can be captured, reviewed and stored on thepatient monitor before it is sent to the Informations Center. Localprintout is available, in harmonized layout. High performance pulse oximetry technologies perform accuratelyeven in cases with low perfusion. Choice of Microstream, sidestream and mainstream CO2 monitoringfor high quality measurements with intubated and non-intubatedpatients. A choice of cardiac output measurements using the right-heartthermodilution method and continuous cardiac outputmeasurements with advanced hemodynamic assessment providedusing the PiCCOTM method without a pulmonary catheter.2 Clinical calculations enable stored and manually entered data to beused to perform hemodynamic, ventilation and oxygenation1EASI-derived 12-lead ECGs and their measurements are approximations to conventional12-lead ECGs. As the 12-lead ECG derived with EASI is not exactly identical to the 12lead conventional ECG obtained from an electrocardiograph, it should not be used fordiagnostic purposes.2PiCCOTM is a trademark of Pulsion Medical Systems AG.calculations. Calculated data is displayed in both indexed and nonindexed format. The Drug Calculator helps you to manage intravenous (IV) druginfusions by calculating drug dose, rate, amount, volume,concentration, and standardized rate. Using the support tool, thedrug calculator can be configured to include a list of commonly useddrugs. Basic Event Surveillance automatically detects changes in patients’condition and stores an electronic record of data called an episode,providing you with 20 minutes of data sampled every 12 seconds or15 seconds of a high-resolution wave trace. Events can be triggeredby alarms, by user-configured conditions, or manually by selecting adedicated SmartKey. Event Annotation allows immediate orretrospective annotation of events using a user-defined list of eventmarkers, such as “ventilated”. Events can be stored in a database for retrospective review anddocumented in a report or on a recording.Anesthesia FeaturesThe IntelliVue G1 and G5 measure the five most commonly usedanesthetic gases, as well as N2O and CO2. The integrated BIS module assesses the level of consciousness in theOR, providing a measure of the effect of anesthetic agents. VueLink provides an external device interfacing capability toAnesthesia Machines and other external instruments which have aserial RS-232 and/or analog output. It generates alarms and providesup to two waves and six numerics, depending on the device. The IntelliBridge EC10 Module provides external device interfacecapability to external devices at the bedside which have a serial RS232 and/or LAN output. The EEG module determines coma prognosis and extent of cerebralinsult. CSA information can be either permanently displayed onspecially designed screens or viewed in a separate window. Screens provide flexible viewing of patient information duringdifferent procedures or phases of an anesthesia case. The Spirometry Module provides airway pressure, volume and flowmeasurements. Trended values can also be viewed in the form of a histogram. TheSpO2 histograms can be trend histograms or real-time histogramswith 1-second samples. Respiratory LoopsThe IntelliVue Patient monitor can generate three types ofrespiratory Loops:– Pressure-Volume Loop– Pressure-Flow Loop– Volume-Flow LoopThe monitor can display one real-time loop and up to 6 stored loopssimultaneously. This assists in early detection of patient airway5
problems (for example, atelectasis, bronchospasm) and ventilatorproblems (for example, leaks and kinked tubes).Neonatal Monitoring Features Transcutaneous gas (TcGas) monitoring helps to optimizerespiratory therapy in neonates. Dual-Pulse Oximetry capability allows the clinician to measure preand post-ductal saturations. The OxyCRG screen provides a simultaneous presentation of up tothree trends:– beat-to-beat heart rate (btbHR)– an oxygenation measurement trend (SpO2 or tcpO2)– compressed respiration wave.This customized display gives clinicians a convenient overview of theneonatal patient’s most important vital signs, helping them to identifysignificant events.Continuous OxyCRG recordings can be made at the bedside on theM1116B Recorder, and reports can be printed on locally or centrallyconnected printers. Neonatal Event Review (NER) is optimized for monitoring neonatalpatients.For each event, an episode of four minutes of data sampled four timesa second is stored, to help you keep a record of rapidly-changingcondition of neonatal patients. Combi-events correlate apnea eventswith bradycardia and/or desaturations. In Event Surveillance, in the NER group, you can run a Car SeatAssessment Record (CAR). This is a special period of eventsurveillance for neonates during a car seat test. During the CARperiod, a real-time SpO2 histogram is also generated with 1-secondsamples. Trended values can be viewed in the form of a histogram. The SpO2histograms can be trend histograms with 1-second samples.Ease of Use Screen layouts are easily adjustable, allowing flexible display ofmeasurement information. Previous/Next Screen function provides access to the ten mostrecently modified screens. Temperature, height, and weight can be configured either in metric orimperial Units. Pressure measurements can be displayed in kPa ormmHg. Gases can be displayed in kPa, mmHg. The Computer-Based Training supplied with each monitor providesa flexible, low-cost training in using the monitor, basic measurementsand Cardiac Output.6IntelliVue ApplicationsClinical Decision SupportClinicians are continuously drawing mental images from theirobservations of patients’ vital signs. The IntelliVue’s clinical decisionsupport applications offer this dynamic “minds eye view” directly onthe monitoring screen display.ProtocolWatchProtocolWatch allows clinicians to run clinical protocols that canmonitor developments in the patient’s condition. The SSC SepsisProtocol runs on the ProtocolWatch application and is used inscreening for severe sepsis and monitoring its treatment.ST MapST Map provides a graphical display that can help clinicians to recognizeST changes and their location in the heart more easily. ST Map collectsST values created from the frontal (limb leads) and horizontal (chestleads) plane into an integrated display. The maps are multi-axisportraits of the patient’s ST segments as measured with the ST/ARarrhythmia algorithm.Horizon DisplayHorizon trends provide clinicians with a graphical visualization tool thatallows the end user to detect at a glance the patients’ current clinicalstatus. By combining parameters together on the display, the clinician isassisted in their cognitive process of pattern recognition.Trends The trend database stores patient data from up to 16 measurementnumerics. The measurement information can be sampled every12 seconds, 1 minute, or 5 minutes, and stored for a period rangingfrom four to 48 hours.– Each NBP measurement generates a column in the Vital Signs trendtable. The values for the other measurements are added to providea complete vital signs set for the NBP measurement time. Tabular Trends (Vital Signs) show data for up to 16 measurementnumerics in tabular form. Tabular Trends can either be viewed in aseparate window or permanently displayed on specially designedscreens. With Graphic Trends, up to three rows of measurement trends canbe displayed in graphic form, each combining up to threemeasurement. Graphical Trends can either be viewed in a separatewindow or permanently displayed on specially designed screens. Screen Trends permanently display trend data for periodic andaperiodic parameters in graphical format on special screens. Thedisplayed time period can be set to 30 min, 1h, 2h, 4h, 8h or 12h. Horizon Trends show the deviation from a stored baseline.
Trended values can be viewed in the form of a histogram. The SpO2histograms can be Trend Histograms with 1-second samples. With Basic Event Surveillance, changes in patients’ condition areautomatically detected and an electronic record of data called anEpisode is stored. The Episode can store– 15 seconds of high-resolution wave trace,– 20 minutes of data sampled every 12 seconds.Event triggers can use the preset alarm limits or they can be userdefined. With user-defined triggers, event episodes are stored evenwhen alarms are paused. A Manual Event SmartKey enables manualepisode storage.Events can be stored in a database for retrospective review, andepisode data including graphic event reviews can be documented on alocal or central printer. In addition, episode data without graphicelements can be documented on the M1116B Recorder Module.The Basic Event Surveillance package includes one Event Group. Upto 25 event episodes can be stored over a 24 hour-period.Transport Features The monitors’ portable design means they can be used for in-hospitaltransport: a monitor, combined with an MMS, a recorder, andbatteries weighs under 8 1/2 kg. The monitors can operate using battery1 power for 4 to 5 hours,depending on the monitor configuration, to let you safely and easilymonitor patients during procedures or in-hospital transfer. The transition from bedside monitoring to transport is smooth andeasy, with no need to disconnect patient cables or adjust anymeasurement or monitor settings. The monitor’s network capability means that it is ready for use as anintegrated part of the hospital system. Specially-designed mounting solutions let you quickly disconnect themonitor for transport and reconnect to the mount after transport. The Universal Admit, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) feature meansthat all ADT information is shared between the networked monitorand the Information Center. Information need only be entered once. Patients can be transferred by disconnecting the MMS from a monitor,and then reconnecting it at a new monitor. Patient demographics arestored in the MMS, so they do not have to be re-entered at the newmonitor.Patient Data Documentation An extensive range of Patient Reports can be printed:– Event Review and Episode Reports– OxyCRG Reports– 12-lead ECG Reports– Alarm Limit Reports– Vital Signs1Battery operation is optional, see; ”Hardware Options”.– Graphic Trends– Cardiac Output Reports– Wedge Procedure Reports– Calculations Reports– EEG Report– QT Report– Loops Report– ST Map Reports– Histogram Report– Drug Calculator Reports– Real-time Wave ReportsReport templates can be defined in advance, enabling print-outstailored to each hospital’s specific requirements to be started quickly.Reports can be printed on locally or centrally- connected printers,and they can be initiated manually or automatically at user-definedintervals.AlarmsThe alarm system can be configured to present either the traditionalHP/Agilent/Philips alarm sounds or sounds compliant with the IEC60601-1-8 Standard.Alarm limits are permanently visible on the main screen. The AlarmLimits page provides a graphic depiction of alarm limits in relation tothe currently monitored measurement values and lets you adjust alarmlimits. It also lets you preview wide and narrow automatic alarm limitsbefore you apply them.When an alarm limit is exceeded, it is signalled by the monitor in thefollowing ways: an alarm tone sounds, graded according to severity an alarm message is shown on the screen, color-coded according toseverity the numeric of the alarming measurement flashes on the screen alarm lamps flash for red and yellow alarms and are illuminated fortechnical INOPs the Remote Alarm Device signals the alarm visibly and audibly.A “SmartAlarm Delay” feature helps to reduce the number of pulseoximetry nuisance alarms.2If the monitor is connected via a network to a central monitoringstation, alarming is simultaneous at the monitor and at the InformationCenter.The basic nurse call relay has active closed contacts.Alarms are graded and prioritized according to severity: Red Alarms*** identify a potentially life threatening situation for apatient. Yellow Alarms** indicate conditions violating preset vital signs limits.2The “SmartAlarm Delay” is not available in the USA and territories relying on FDAMarket clearance.The Smart Alarm Delay functionality is currently not available in China or in clinicalenvironments under SFDA control.7
Technical Alarms (INOPS) are triggered by signal quality problems,equipment malfunction or equipment disconnect. The Silence function allows the user to switch off alarm tones withone touch or click while retaining visual alarm messages.All alarms can be paused indefinitely or for a period of one, two,three, five, or 10 minutes.Alarm strip recordings are available on the M1116B Recorder Moduleor on a centrally-connected recorder. Patented automatic alarm limitsautomatically adapt the alarm limits to the patient’s currentlymeasured vital signs within a safe margin defined individually for eachpatient.Visual and/or audible latching and non-latching alarm handling isavailable.ProfilesProfiles are predefined configuration settings for Screens, measurementsettings, and monitor properties. Each Profile can be designed for aspecific application area and patient category, for example OR adult, orICU neonatal. Profiles enable a quick reaction to patient and carelocation changes: activating a Profile with a particular patient category(Adult, Pediatric or Neonatal) automatically applies suitable alarm andsafety limits and saves time usually spent carrying out a complete set-upprocedure.Profiles can be created directly on the monitor or remotely on apersonal computer and transferred to the monitor using the SupportTool. A selection of Profiles for common monitoring situations isprovided with the monitor. These profiles can be changed, added to,renamed, or deleted.Networking CapabilitiesThe monitor can operate as part of a wired or wireless hospitalnetwork system, using the Philips IntelliVue Clinical Network interface.This includes: DHCP protocol support (as an alternative to BootP in certainnetwork designs) 802.1x basic support on wireless networks WMM on wireless networks QoS TaggingOther Bed Overview CapabilityThe alarm status of beds in the same Care Group on the hospitalnetwork can be permanently displayed on the screen of each monitorin the Care Group. The user can also view measurement data from allother monitors connected to the hospital network. Other Bedinformation can either be viewed in a separate window or permanentlydisplayed on specially designed screens. The user can also silenceremote bedside alarms when connected to the same clinical network.8Clinical Calculation SetThe clinical calculation set consists of: Hemodynamic, Oxygenation,and Ventilation calculations.Hemodynamic Calculations: Cardiac Index (C.I.) Stroke Volume (SV) Stroke Index (SI) Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR) Systemic Vascular Resistance Index (SVRI) Pulmonary Vascular Resistance (PVR) Pulmonary Vascular Resistance Index (PVRI) Left Cardiac Work (LCW) Left Cardiac Work Index (LCWI) Left Ventricular Stroke Work (LVSW) Left Ventricular Stroke Work Index (LVSWI) Right Cardiac Work (RCW) Right Cardiac Work Index (RCWI) Right Ventricular Stroke Work (RVSW) Right Ventricular Stroke Work Index (RVSWI) Extra Vascular Lung Water Index (EVLWI) Intrathoracic Blood Volume Index (ITBVI) Global End Diastolic Volume Index (GEDVI)Oxygenation Calculations: Arterial Oxygen Content (CaO2) Venous Oxygen Content (CvO2) Arteriovenous Oxygen Content (CavO2) Oxygen Availability (DO2) Oxygen Availability Index (DO2I) Oxygen Consumption (VO2) Oxygen Consumption Index (VO2I) Oxygen Extraction Ratio (O2ER) Alveolar-Arterial Oxygen Difference (AaDO2) Percent Arteriovenous Shunt (Qs/Qt)Ventilation Calculations: Minute Volume (MINVOL) Compliance (COMP) Dead Space (Vd) Dead Space/Tidal Volume Ratio (Vd/TV) Alveolar Ventilation (ALVENT)Service Features The Support Tool helps technical personnel to– carry out configuration, upgrades and troubleshooting via thenetwork, or on an individual monitor– share configuration settings between monitors– back up the monitor settings– document configuration settings.A password-protected Service Mode ensures that only trained staff canaccess service tests and tasks.
The Configuration Mode is password-protected and allows trainedusers to customize the monitor configuration.Device ConnectionsThe monitor can be connected to: a Multi-Measurement Module or an X2 and a MMS Extension External devices via Vuelink and/or IntelliBridge EC10 Module Measurement and recorder modules IntelliVue gas analyzers G1 and G5 an Information Center (for example M3150B) a PC a slave display (SVGA)Network InterfaceThe network interface provides the system with networking capabilityvia a wired or wireless network connection.Wireless NetworkThe monitor can function within a wireless infrastructure bas
IntelliVue MP2, MP5, MP20/MP30 and MP60 - MP90 patient monitors. The monitors can be connected to Philips multi-measurement modules (MMS) or IntelliVue X2 multi-measurement modules with MMS extensions, plug-in measurement modules and the IntelliVue gas analyzers to extend their functionality with plug-and-play convenience.