APPENDIX A
APPENDIX A
™
T1
BEDSIDE MONITOR GUIDELINE
This document is a guideline only to be used as an aid to comprehensive Inservice training.
NAME: ___________________________________________
HOSPITAL: _______________________________________
DATE: ___________________________________________
VALIDATOR: ______________________________________
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A. OVERVIEW
1. Locate ON/OFF button
2. Locate A/C connection
3. Discuss
a. T1 insertion into carrying handle
b. T1 insertion into docking station
c. T1 insertion into the transport
module rack (TMR)
d. TMR insertion into docking station
4. Locate on T1 Docking Station
a. Central Station/Printer connection
port
b. Display touch screen and video
cable
c. USB ports. Discuss purpose of
USB ports.
d. Passport 12m/17m connection port
5. Discuss T1 as a module for Passport
12m/17m bedside monitors
a. Transfer from T1 to Passport
12m/17m
b. Transfer from Passport 12m/17m
to T1
c. What data transfers?
6. Discuss T1 interfaced to Independent
display (19’ Touchscreen display) and
connection ports on T1 docking station
7. Locate ECG, NIBP, SPO2, IBP, and
Temperature connection ports
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8. Discuss Touch screen and Touch
screen unlock button
9. Discuss quick key buttons
10. How does a clinician exit a menu?
11. Locate patient size, date, and time
12. Locate battery icon. Discuss battery
life and charging process
B. BASIC FUNCTIONS
1. Attach ECG, NIBP, and SPO2
probe
2. Enter the following patient
information:
a.
Jane Doe
b.
Height: 5’7’’
c.
Weight: 140 lbs.
d.
ID: 68924
3. ECG
a. Discuss electrode prep and
placement
b. Change Lead from II to I
c. Change leads to I and V (if using a
5 lead cable)
d. Enhance the pacemaker
pulse/spike
e. Print a Real Time Report (laser
printer required)
4. ARRHYTHMIA
a. Discuss default arrhythmia setting
b. Where are arrhythmia messages
displayed?
c. What leads are used for arrhythmia
analysis and heart rate detection?
d. Can lethal arrhythmias be
disabled?
e. Enable lethal arrhythmias only
f. Adjust the following settings:
1. Asystole to 4 seconds
2. Vtach to 6 PVC/110 bpm
3. Turn on Bigeminy alarm and
assign a message priority
g. Discuss the relearn process
5. SPO2
a. Discuss placement of sensor
b. Demonstrate disposable sensor
placement
c. Discuss the difference between the
DeSat and Low SpO2 alarm
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d. Discuss the NIBP Simul feature
6. NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE
(NIBP)
a. Discuss proper cuff size
b. Set BP interval for every 10
minutes
c. Stop the NIBP cuff from inflating
d. Locate the last several NIBP
measurements
e. Turn on the end measurement
tone. Explain this feature
7. RESPIRATIONS
a. Locate respiratory rate display
b. Respirations are obtained from
what sources?
8. TEMPERATURE
a. Locate temperature port
b. What series of probes can be
used?
9. ALARMS
a. Change high HR limit to 130 bpm
b. Change low SpO2 limit to 87% and
change to a high priority alarm
c. How does a clinician know if an
alarm is turned off?
d. Discuss the difference between
alarm pause and alarm reset
including icon difference.
e. Discuss high, medium, low, and
message alarm notifications
f. Discuss technical alarms
10. Change patient size from Adult to
Pediatric
11. Enter first name and last name
12.
Adjust SPO2 color to yellow and NIBP
color to purple. What happens upon
discharge?
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13. Perform the following functions in
Tabular trends:
a. Adjust Tabular trends to display
only when a NIBP measurement is
obtained
b. Print trends for the last 1 hour
(Laser printer connection
required)
c. How many trends are stored? How
are they cleared?
14. Review an alarm event. Print the alarm
event
(Laser printer connection required)
15. Adjust and discuss the following views
on the main display:
a. Large numerics
b. Normal screen
c. 12-Lead View (12-Lead option
required)
16. Print a real time report
(Laser printer connection required)
17. Discharge the patient. Does the patient
size return to Adult once the patient is
discharged?
C. ADVANCE FUNCTIONS
1. INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURES
(IBP)
a. Discuss invasive blood pressure
monitoring setup
b. Zero an invasive line
c. Change the label from P1 to ART
d. Discuss what happens when an
invasive is labeled with a label
already in use (i.e. changing ART to
CVP for P1 when P2 is already
labeled CVP)
e. Change the scale to 0–240
2. CO2*
a. Discuss disposable CO2
accessories and module insertion
b. Setup up for an intubated patient
c. Setup for a non-intubated patient
d. Change the CO2 scale to 0 to 60
4. ST
a. Enable ST analysis
b. How many ECG leads are being
analyzed?
c. Adjust ISO and ST points
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d. Adjust the ST alarm on Lead II to
2mm/.2mV and -2mm/.2mV
3. 12-Lead*
a. Discuss ECG electrode prep and
placement
b. Enter additional information:
i. Age: 75
ii. Drug: Diuretics
c. View All ECG waveforms and
perform an analysis
d. Print a 12-Lead ECG Report
e. Enable Baseline filters. Discuss use
E. MAINTENANCE
1. Adjust the date and time
2. Calibrate touch screen
3. Import/Export system settings
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