User Manual
About this Manual
P/N: DDM-000-017 REV.A
Release Date: April 2014
© Copyright MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. 2010-2014. All rights reserved.
Statement
This manual will help you understand the operation and maintenance of the product better. It is
reminded that the product shall be used strictly complying with this manual. User’s operation
failing to comply with this manual may result in malfunction or accident for which MENNEN
MEDICAL LTD. (hereinafter called MENNEN MEDICAL LTD.) can not be held liable.
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such as technical information and patent information are contained in this manual, the user shall
not disclose such information to any irrelevant third party.
The user shall understand that nothing in this manual grants him, expressly or implicitly, any
right or license to use any of the intellectual properties of MENNEN MEDICAL LTD..
MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. holds the rights to modify, update, and ultimately explain this
manual.
Responsibility of the Manufacturer
MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. only considers itself responsible for any effect on safety, reliability
and performance of the equipment if:
Assembly operations, extensions, re-adjustments, modifications or repairs are carried out by
persons authorized by MENNEN MEDICAL LTD., and
The electrical installation of the relevant room complies with national standards, and
The instrument is used in accordance with the instructions for use.
Upon request, MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. may provide, with compensation, necessary circuit
diagrams, and other information to help qualified technician to maintain and repair some parts,
which MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. may define as user serviceable.
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Terms Used in this Manual
This guide is designed to give key concepts on safety precautions.
WARNING
A WARNING label advises against certain actions or situations that could result in personal
injury or death.
CAUTION
A CAUTION label advises against actions or situations that could damage equipment, produce
inaccurate data, or invalidate a procedure.
NOTE
A NOTE provides useful information regarding a function or a procedure.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Intended Use and Safety Guidance ............................................................................ 1
1.1 Intended Use........................................................................................................................ 1
1.2 Safety Guidance .................................................................................................................. 1
1.3 Explanation of Symbols ...................................................................................................... 3
Chapter 2 Introduction.................................................................................................................. 5
2.1 General ................................................................................................................................ 5
2.2 System Functions ................................................................................................................ 6
2.3 Typical Screens of the ENSEMBLE CMS.......................................................................... 7
2.4 Large Font Display.............................................................................................................. 9
2.4.1 Entering large Font Window ..................................................................................... 9
2.4.2 Closing Large Font Window ................................................................................... 11
Chapter 3 Basic Operations ........................................................................................................ 12
3.1 General .............................................................................................................................. 12
3.2 Operating Method ............................................................................................................. 12
3.2.1 Starting monitoring ................................................................................................. 12
3.2.2 Shutting down the system ....................................................................................... 13
3.2.3 Patient Management................................................................................................ 13
3.2.4 Mouse operation...................................................................................................... 15
3.3 Patient Section................................................................................................................... 15
3.4 System Setup..................................................................................................................... 16
3.4.1 Common Setup........................................................................................................ 16
3.4.2 User Maintain.......................................................................................................... 17
Chapter 4 Viewing Single Bed..................................................................................................... 20
4.1 Setting Patient Information ............................................................................................... 20
4.2 Hiding/Showing Multi-lead Waveform............................................................................. 20
4.3 Real-time Printing ............................................................................................................. 20
4.4 Short Trend Review .......................................................................................................... 20
4.5 Freeze ................................................................................................................................ 21
4.6 OxyCRG............................................................................................................................ 21
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4.7 Setting Wave Review ........................................................................................................ 21
4.7.1 Setting Wave Speed................................................................................................. 21
4.7.2 Refreshing Waveform ............................................................................................. 21
4.7.3 Print ......................................................................................................................... 21
4.8 Setting Alarm Review ....................................................................................................... 21
4.9 Setting Trend Review........................................................................................................ 21
4.10 Setting NIBP Review ...................................................................................................... 22
4.11 Setting Waveforms and Parameters................................................................................. 22
4.11.1 Setting Waveforms to be Displayed ...................................................................... 22
4.11.2 Setting Parameters to be Displayed....................................................................... 22
4.12 Bilateral Control in Patient Section ................................................................................ 23
4.12.1 Controlling NIBP Setup of Bedside Monitor........................................................ 23
4.12.2 Controlling Alarm Setup of Bedside Monitor....................................................... 23
Chapter 5 Review ......................................................................................................................... 24
5.1 Patient List ........................................................................................................................ 24
5.1.1 Discharging a Patient .............................................................................................. 24
5.1.2 Querying a Patient................................................................................................... 24
5.2 Wave Review..................................................................................................................... 25
5.2.1 Reviewing Normal Waveforms ............................................................................... 25
5.2.2 Reviewing Compressed Waveforms ....................................................................... 25
5.2.3 Setting Wave Speed................................................................................................. 25
5.2.4 Refreshing Waveform ............................................................................................. 25
5.2.5 Selecting Waveform ................................................................................................ 25
5.2.6 Print ......................................................................................................................... 26
5.3 Alarm Review.................................................................................................................... 26
5.3.1 Locking and Unlocking Alarm Information............................................................ 26
5.3.2 Printing Alarm Information..................................................................................... 26
5.3.3 Sequencing the Alarm List ...................................................................................... 26
5.3.4 Annotating Alarm .................................................................................................... 27
5.3.5 Filtering Alarm Events ............................................................................................ 27
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5.4 Trend Review .................................................................................................................... 27
5.4.1 Setting Resolution ................................................................................................... 27
5.4.2 Viewing Parameters selectively .............................................................................. 27
5.4.3 Refreshing Data....................................................................................................... 28
5.4.4 Printing Trend Review ............................................................................................ 28
5.4.5 Selecting Trend Table, Trend Graph ....................................................................... 28
5.5 NIBP Review..................................................................................................................... 28
5.6 12-Lead Review ................................................................................................................ 28
5.7 C.O. Measure Review ....................................................................................................... 29
5.8 Quick Temp Review.......................................................................................................... 29
Chapter 6 Alarm Management ................................................................................................... 30
6.1 General .............................................................................................................................. 30
6.1.1 Physiological Information Alarm............................................................................ 30
6.1.2 Technical Alarm ...................................................................................................... 30
6.2 Alarm Level....................................................................................................................... 30
6.3 Alarm Mute ....................................................................................................................... 31
6.4 Alarm Voice Pause ............................................................................................................ 31
6.5 Alarm Prompt/Response.................................................................................................... 31
6.6 Alarms for Networking Status........................................................................................... 32
Chapter 7 Printing ....................................................................................................................... 33
7.1 Printing Report with a Printer ........................................................................................... 33
7.2 Preview/Settings................................................................................................................ 33
7.2.1 Preview.................................................................................................................... 33
7.2.2 Settings.................................................................................................................... 34
7.3 Exporting the PDF File ..................................................................................................... 35
Chapter 8 Database Management .............................................................................................. 36
8.1 Database Backup............................................................................................................... 36
8.2 Reviewing Backup Database............................................................................................. 36
Chapter 9 Calculation and Titration Table................................................................................ 37
9.1 General .............................................................................................................................. 37
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9.2 Drug Calculation ............................................................................................................... 37
9.2.1 Drug Calculation Formula....................................................................................... 38
9.2.2 Calculation of Titration Table ................................................................................. 38
9.3 Hemodynamic Calculation................................................................................................ 39
9.3.1 Input Parameters...................................................................................................... 39
9.3.2 Output Parameters................................................................................................... 39
9.4 Renal Function Calculation............................................................................................... 40
9.4.1 Input Parameters...................................................................................................... 40
9.4.2 Output Parameters................................................................................................... 40
9.5 Oxygenation Calculation................................................................................................... 41
9.5.1 Input Parameters...................................................................................................... 41
9.5.2 Output Parameters................................................................................................... 42
9.6 Ventilation Calculation...................................................................................................... 42
9.6.1 Input Parameters...................................................................................................... 42
9.6.2 Output Parameters................................................................................................... 43
Chapter 10 CMS-WEB Observer ............................................................................................... 44
10.1 General ............................................................................................................................ 44
10.2 Typical Screens of the CMS-WEB.................................................................................. 44
10.3 Starting/ Shutting Down the System ............................................................................... 46
10.3.1 Starting the System ............................................................................................... 46
10.3.2 Shutting Down the System.................................................................................... 47
10.4 System Setup................................................................................................................... 47
10.4.1 Common Setup...................................................................................................... 47
10.4.2 Administrator Setup .............................................................................................. 49
10.5 Viewing Single Bed......................................................................................................... 50
10.5.1 Patient Information................................................................................................ 50
10.5.2 Single Bed View.................................................................................................... 50
10.5.3 Waveform Review................................................................................................. 51
10.5.4 Alarm Review........................................................................................................ 51
10.5.5 Trend Review ........................................................................................................ 51
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10.5.6 NIBP Review......................................................................................................... 52
Chapter 11 Safety ......................................................................................................................... 53
11.1 Control and Safety Index................................................................................................. 53
11.2 Characteristics ................................................................................................................. 53
Chapter 12 Service ....................................................................................................................... 54
Appendix I Specifications ............................................................................................................ 55
A1.1 Recommended Hardware Configuration........................................................................ 55
A1.2 Software Performance .................................................................................................... 56
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Intended Use and Safety Guidance
Chapter 1 Intended Use and Safety Guidance
1.1 Intended Use
ENSEMBLE CMS provides centralized monitoring and critical care management for patients
monitored by MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. bedside monitors. From ENSEMBLE CMS, clinicians
can gain access to patient information for patients on the Network. ENSEMBLE CMS displays
waveforms, parameters and alarm status of MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. bedside monitors for up
to 32 patients on a single screen or up to 64 patients using two screens.
1.2 Safety Guidance
To use the system safely and effectively and to avoid system failure, please read the user manual
in detail and be familiar with the proper operation method. The following WARNING and
CAUTION must be observed during the operation of the system. A WARNING label advises
against certain actions or situations that could result in personal injury or death. A CAUTION
label alerts the user to exercise care necessary for the safe and effective use of the ENSEMBLE
CMS.
WARNING
1
The system should be installed by a qualified service engineer. Do not switch on
power until all cables have been properly connected and verified.
2
The user of this system should get professional training and read this manual
thoroughly before using it.
3
Do not use it in the presence of flammable anesthetic due to explosion risk.
4
To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not remove the unit covers.
5
Do not move the main unit and monitor while powering on the system.
6
Only the accessories supplied or recommended by the manufacturer can be
connected to the system.
7
Accessory equipment connected to the analog and digital interfaces must be certified
according to the respective IEC/EN standards (e.g. IEC/EN 60950 for data
processing equipment and IEC/EN 60601-1 for medical equipment). Furthermore all
configurations shall comply with the valid version of the standard IEC/EN 60601-1-1.
Therefore anybody, who connects additional equipment to the signal input or output
connector to configure a medical system, must make sure that it complies with the
requirements of the valid version of the system standard IEC/EN60601-1-1. If in
doubt, consult our technical service department or your local distributor.
8
Ensure that the environment in which the system is operated is not subject to any
sources of strong electromagnetic interference, such as radio transmitters, mobile
telephones, etc. Keep them far away.
9
This equipment must be used by or under the guide of physician. This equipment is
not intended for home use.
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10 ENSEMBLE CMS system can only collect, supervise, record, store and display the
information from Multi-parameter patient monitor but can not replace the monitoring
function of the Multi-parameter patient monitor.
11 Ensure that the system can meet the requirements of standard IEC/EN 60601-1-1
before other devices are connected to the system. Other equipments connected to
the interfaces of PC station must comply with the respective IEC/EN standards (e.g.
IEC/EN 60950 for data processing equipment and IEC/EN 60601-1 for medical
equipment). Furthermore, all configurations should comply with the valid version of
the system standard IEC/EN 60601-1-1. Everybody who connects additional
equipment to the signal input connector or signal output connector configures a
medical system, and is therefore responsible for the system complying with the
requirements of the valid version of the system standard IEC/EN 60601-1-1. If in
doubt, consult our technical service department or your local distributor.
12 The ENSEMBLE CMS can only be installed on the device recommended by
MENNEN MEDICAL LTD..
13 Only use operating systems that are approved by MENNEN MEDICAL LTD., such as
Windows 7. Using operating systems that are not approved by MENNEN MEDICAL
LTD. may compromise the system performance and cause a potential hazard.
14 Do not rely on the information displayed on ENSEMBLE CMS to make therapeutic
and diagnostic decisions. Please follow hospital guidelines and best clinical
practices.
15 Clinical decision making based on the output of the device is left to the discretion of
the provider.
16 Prior to intervening based on data displayed on the Central Monitoring System,
providers must verify this data with the corresponding bedside monitor.
CAUTION
1
Federal (U.S.) Law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
2
Read this manual prior to using this system.
3
The system should be used within temperature from +5℃ to +40℃.
4
Keep the environment clean. Avoid vibration. Keep it far from corrosive reagents,
dust areas, high-temperature and humid environment.
5
The user must check that the equipment, cables and transducers do not have visible
evidence of damage that may affect patient safety or monitoring capability before use.
The recommended inspection interval is once per week or less. If damage is evident,
replacement is recommended before using it.
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Intended Use and Safety Guidance
Turn off the system power before connecting or disconnecting any accessory to the
system.
CAUTION
7
Please do not operate the system if it is not operating normally or requires service.
8
Turn off the system power and remove the power cable before maintaining the
system.
9
Preventive maintenance of the system including periodic cleaning and appearance
checking can be finished by the user because this maintenance does not touch the
interior.
10 Avoid using attrite material to clean. Removing all dust from the exterior surface of
the equipment with a soft brush or cloth or with a soft cloth, slightly dampened with a
mild detergent solution or cool disinfector. Especially the tie-in and panel edge should
be noticed.
11 Avoid pouring liquids on the equipment while cleaning, and do not immerse any parts
of the equipment into any liquids.
12 The system data will be delayed for no more than 5 seconds.
NOTE:
The illustrations in this manual are for reference only.
1.3 Explanation of Symbols
Consult Instructions For Use
Serial number
The symbol indicates that the device complies with the European
Council Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices.
Authorized representative in the European community
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Date of manufacture
Manufacturer
P/N
Part Number
The symbol indicates that the device should be sent to the special
agencies according to local regulations for separate collection after
its useful life.
Federal (U.S.) Law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a
physician.
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Chapter 2 Introduction
2.1 General
ENSEMBLE CMS Central Monitoring System is a medical information device widely applied in
clinical monitoring field. A monitoring network system is constructed by connecting multiple
monitors. Being the center of the monitoring network, the system realizes central monitoring by
collecting, processing, and analyzing the physiological information from multiple bedside
monitors. The central system frees the doctors and nurses from multifarious clinical monitoring
work and greatly improves monitoring quality.
This ENSEMBLE CMS is capable of connecting up to 64 bedside monitors that comply with the
manufacturer network protocol.
This ENSEMBLE CMS connects bedside monitors via network and displays physiological
information of the patients being monitored by bedside monitors. This system can simultaneously
display the information from up to 64 bedside monitors.
Physiological waveforms of each bedside monitor that can be displayed on the ENSEMBLE
CMS include:
2 ECG waveform
1 RESP waveform
1 PLETH waveform
8 IBP waveform
1 CO2 waveform
4 AG waveforms for CO2, O2, N2O and AA
Physiological parameters of each bedside monitor that can be displayed on the ENSEMBLE
CMS include:
ECG: HR, ST value, PVCs
RESP: RR
NIBP: SYS, DIA, MAP
SpO2: SpO2, PR
IBP: ART, PA, CVP, RAP, ICP, LAP, P1, P2 (only IBP supported by the monitor will
be displayed)
CO2: EtCO2, FiCO2, AwRR
TEMP: T1, T2, TD
Quick TEMP
AG: EtCO2, FiCO2, AwRR; EtO2, FiO2; EtN2O, FiN2O; HAL/ISO/ENF/SEV/DES:
Et, Fi, MAC
C.O.: C.O., TB
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This ENSEMBLE CMS can also make notification in both audio and visual ways for the alarm
occurring at the bedside monitor in order to attract the doctor’s attention; as thus the alarm event
can be dealt with accurately in time.
The ENSEMBLE CMS supports various kinds of peripheral devices such as printer that can
output monitoring report. The typical central monitoring system network is shown in Figure 2-1:
Figure 2-1 A Typical Central Monitoring System Network
2.2 System Functions
The ENSEMBLE CMS can realize the following system functions:
Connecting of up to 64 bedside monitors simultaneously
Alarm management of parameter alarms from bedside monitors
Up to 240-hour of trend data storage and review for each bedside monitor
72-hour physiological waveforms
Storage and review of up to 720 alarm events for each bedside monitor
Up to 12-hour short trend review for each bedside monitor
Review of 720 pieces of NIBP measurements
Review of 720 pieces of 12-lead analysis results
Review of 720 pieces of C.O. measurements
Review of 720 pieces of Quick TEMP measurements
Displaying multi-lead ECG
Monitoring reports of review and alarm records can be output in a certain format
Displaying single bed information for one bedside monitor
Search, browse and maintaining management of patients’ monitoring data
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Comprehensive system help function
Power-off storage function available for all kinds of review information
Calculation of drug doses and titration tables
Hemodynamic Calculation
Oxygenation Calculation
Renal Function Calculation
Ventilation Calculation
Various alarm indicating methods
Supporting wired connected monitor
Web observation in the hospital local area network.
Bilateral control
HL7
2.3 Typical Screens of the ENSEMBLE CMS
The main screen of the ENSEMBLE CMS has three areas. At the top of the screen is the area
displaying the system prompt information. The middle part is the main monitoring area. The
bottom part is the system menu area.
The system will access the main screen automatically after power-on as shown in Figure 2-2. The
main monitoring area displays 8 patient sections.
Figure 2-2 Main Screen
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Structure of the main screen:
1. Main monitoring screen
The black background with the white font Disconnected in a patient section indicates no
bedside monitor is assigned to this patient section.
The display of patient information and the low-level alarm message Monitor is offline in the
patient section indicates the bedside monitor in this patient section is offline without being
discharging. The system will indicate it with a low level alarm sound.
The display of patient information, waveforms, trend data and alarm information indicates
the bedside monitor is properly networked and under observation.
Alarm area in the patient section: indicates physiological alarms and technical alarms. (Refer
to Chapter 6 Alarm Management for more information about alarms.)
The display of the symbols
and
:
- The symbol
indicates Pace is set to On;
- The symbol
indicates Pace is set to Off.
2. Information area
The information area is at the top of the screen. The hospital and department information is
displayed on the left side of this area, the system time is displayed on the right side and the
prompt messages are displayed in the middle.
3. Main menu
The main menu (Figure 2-3) is at the bottom of the screen. Click on it to access corresponding
windows or perform corresponding functions.
Figure 2-3 Main Menu
4. Control icons
Control icon area includes the following icons:
Icons
Description
Operating method
Main Screen
Click on it to return to the main screen.
Click on this symbol to make the alarm pause and the
Audio Pause
symbol
on the symbol
symbol
Review
appears in place of the symbol
. And click
to deselect the pause function and the
appears in place of the symbol
.
Click on it to enter the review interface, including patient
information review, waveform review, alarm review, trend
review and NIBP review.
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System Setup
Click on it to enter the system setup menu.
Shut Down
Click on it to shut down the ENSEMBLE CMS and the
operating system.
Admission
Click on it to open the patient admission window.
Click on it, the volume adjustor icon
appears. Select
System Volume the Mute check box, and then enter the password in the text
box on the pop-up window; the entire system become mute
Adjustor
even if an alarm occurs, and the symbol
appears. To
deselect the silence function, tick the Mute check box again
and the symbol
appears. Additionally, the user can drag
the volume adjustor to your desired volume.
Network
Connecting
Click on it to view all networked bedside monitors.
2.4 Large Font Display
2.4.1 Entering large Font Window
Click the patient information area in the patient section, and a menu appears. The first and the
second items on the menu are: Display the window in large font, Display all windows in large
font. The first menu command is to view one window in large font and the second one is to view
all windows in large font. You can view a window or all current windows in large font mode by
clicking on the menu commands (Figure 2-4).
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Figure 2-4 Large Font Menu
When you want to view one bed’s parameters in large font, you can select the first command.
After clicking on the menu, the parameters of the bed will be displayed in large font as shown in
Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5 Viewing One Window in Large Font
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When you want to view all parameters of current beds in large font, you can select the Display all
windows in large font command. After selecting the command, the parameters of current beds
will display in large font (Figure 2-6).
Figure 2-6 Viewing All Windows in Large Font
2.4.2 Closing Large Font Window
Click on the bed number on the main screen, and the large font menu pops up. The user can close
the large font window by clicking on the first menu command. All current windows in large font
can also be closed by clicking on the second menu command.
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Chapter 3 Basic Operations
3.1 General
The basic function of the ENSEMBLE CMS is to realize the monitoring of multiple patients at
the same time. Its basic monitoring information includes:
Display one group of waveforms in the physiological information transmitted from up to 64
bedside monitors
Display one group of parameters in the physiological information transmitted from up to 64
bedside monitors
Display the latest alarm messages in the alarm information transmitted from up to 64 bedside
monitors
The ENSEMBLE CMS realizes its basic monitoring functions by means of patient sections on the
main screen.
3.2 Operating Method
3.2.1 Starting monitoring
NOTE:
Before starting the system, please verify that the watchdog has been installed. Otherwise,
you may fail to access the system.
When all of its components are correctly connected, press the power button on the front panel of
the device. The power indicator on the front panel lights up and the device performs hardware
self-test. If the device works normally, the main screen appears. If the device detects abnormity
during self-test, it beeps to show alarm and displays error information on the screen. In this case,
you should record the error information, shut down the device and contact technical
representative of MENNEN MEDICAL LTD.. After the system self-test is completed, you will
access the ENSEMBLE CMS system interface and the system will also finish the environment
self-test automatically. Meanwhile, the system will sound Do-Do-Do, a test sound. The user
should set the volume system and confirm that the volume of the system can be heard clearly.
CAUTION
1
Ensure that the sound equipment is always in a state of activation.
2
The audio adapter and network adapter should be correctly installed, or you may not
access the ENSEMBLE CMS.
NOTE:
Ensure that the ENSEMBLE CMS system can give the test sound after startup.
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3.2.2 Shutting down the system
It is important to shut down the system properly. Follow this simple procedure to properly shut
down your system. This prevents inadvertent errors from occurring during system shut down.
The ENSEMBLE CMS can work continuously for a long time. You do not need to shut it down in
order to achieve a longer working life.
You should follow the procedure to shut down the ENSEMBLE CMS.
Method 1:
Select Shut Down on the main menu and enter the password. Confirm the password by clicking
OK, and the ENSEMBLE CMS as well as the operating system will be shut down.
Method 2:
Select System Setup > User Maintain, and enter the password; select Other Setup.
Select Shut Down: the ENSEMBLE CMS as well as the operating system will be shut
down.
Select Return to Windows: you will exit from ENSEMBLE CMS, but the operating system
will not be shut down.
WARNING
1
Shut down the system by strictly observing the shutdown procedure to avoid serious
result.
2
Although UPS is an optional configuration of this system, if you really force to turn off
the UPS, it results in system failure and hence affects the operation of next time.
3
If power cut-off occurs, turn off the system before the UPS exhausts its electricity.
CAUTION
Hospitals without a stable power source should use a UPS to provide power to the
ENSEMBLE CMS. The UPS must not be turned off. When there is a power failure, the
system should be shut down by following the specified shutdown procedure before the
UPS is exhausted. If the system has a sudden power failure, system failure may occur
and consequently the system may work correctly next time or even have a serious result.
NOTE:
If you forget the password, please contact the technical representative of MENNEN
MEDICAL LTD..
3.2.3 Patient Management
3.2.3.1 Admitting a Patient
Once ENSEMBLE CMS starts up and the bedside monitor is properly connected with
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ENSEMBLE CMS, the system will prompt the user to admit patients by displaying the number of
pending patients at the information area.
You can admit a patient by either of the methods below:
Method 1:
Click Admission on the main menu to display the pending patient list which contains the patients
to be admitted. Select the patients you want to admit from the list. Click the Admission button at
the bottom of the pending patient list to complete patient admission. The patients who have been
chosen will be monitored by ENSEMBLE CMS.
Method 2:
Click anywhere in a disconnected patient section to display the menu on which you point to
Admission and from the submenu select a bed No. of which the bedside monitor will be assigned
to this patient section.
For the bedside monitor that has been offline due to network problems and is networked with
ENSEMBLE CMS again, you need not admit the patient of this monitor. This monitor will be
automatically online in the patient section to which it has been assigned.
WARNING
For bedside monitors that have been networked with ENSEMBLE CMS for the first time,
you have to complete patient admission by using the methods mentioned above, which
enables the monitors to be online and observed by ENSEMBLE CMS. Otherwise, the
monitors will not be online on ENSEMBLE CMS, and the monitoring data will not be
saved by ENSEMBLE CMS.
3.2.3.2 Changing Patient Information
You can change the patient information on ENSEMBLE CMS when you find the information
incorrect. To modify the patient information, choose Single Bed View > Patient Mgmt, enter the
correct information in the appropriate fields and click Update Monitor when you have finished
modifying.
3.2.3.3 Switching Patient Section
For a disconnected patient section (refer to Figure 2-2), click anywhere in it and choose a
patient to be assigned to this section from the patient list.
For a connected patient section, select Show from the list shown in Figure2-4, and choose
another bedside monitor from the patient list; the chosen bedside monitor will be displayed
in this patient section.
3.2.3.4 Discharging a Patient
When the monitor is connected to ENSEMBLE CMS, you may choose Single Bed View >
Patient Mgmt > Discharge to discharge a patient.
When the monitor is disconnected with ENSEMBLE CMS, you may discharge a patient
from the patient list. Refer to 5.1.1 Discharging a Patient for more information.
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3.2.3.5 Transfer a Patient
Select Single Bed View > Patient Mgmt >Transfer,and you will see a list of online patients.
From this list, select a patient whose bed will be considered as the destination bed and click OK,
and then the current patient will be transferred to the destination bed.
NOTE:
Transferring a patient to the destination bed will at the same time discharge the selected
patient on the destination bed.
3.2.3.6 Monitoring Statistics
The monitoring statistics of the selected patients will be shown in the patient management
window. The monitoring statistics covers the total monitoring time for waveforms and trends, the
number of alarm events, the number of NIBP measuring, the number of C.O. measuring, the
number of 12-lead analysis and the number of Quick TEMP measuring.
Click Analysis, the system will:
Analyze the number of high and low limit alarms for each physiological parameter and
analyze the percentage of the limit alarms of the parameter in all limit alarms.
Analyze the number of arrhythmia events for each type of arrhythmia and analyze the
percentage of a certain type of arrhythmia.
Analyze the average value, maximum/minimum value, and measure time of the
maximum/minimum value for the trend values.
3.2.4 Mouse operation
Usually, we use the following terms to describe mouse operation:
Left-key:
1. Click: move mouse to the target, then quickly press left-key once and release it.
2. Double-click: move mouse to the target, then quickly press left-key twice and release it.
3. Drag: move mouse to the target, press left-key and move to the destination and then release it.
Right-key:
1. Click: move mouse to the target, then quickly press right-key once and release it.
2. Double-click: move mouse to the target, then quickly press right-key twice and release it.
3.3 Patient Section
Patient section is used to display the real-time monitoring data transmitted from bedside monitors
including one, two, three or four selected waveforms, a group of selected parameters and alarm of
the bedside monitor, etc. Besides, in this area, you can also select the waveform and parameter
group.
ENSEMBLE CMS can provide up to 64 patient sections with two displays. The user can select
the number of patient sections to be displayed on the monitor.
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The patient section can be divided into five areas including physiological waveform area,
parameter value area, alarm information display area, patient information display area and status
information area of bedside monitor. And the user can perform various functions through the
patient section, including single bed view control.
Waveform display area: display a group of waveforms. The waveform name is displayed on
the upper left part of the waveform.
Parameter display area: display the parameter information about the viewed bed. Due to the
limited display space, you shall properly choose a group of parameters to better make use of
the display area.
Alarm information area: display the alarm information of the patient.
Status information of bedside monitor.
Patient information.
Due to the limited display space of the patient section, users can select a maximum of four
waveforms and four parameters to be displayed. To set the displayed waveforms and parameters,
you can select Parameter/ Waveform Setup from the list shown in Figure 2-4; also, you may
select the tag Parameter/ Waveform Setup in the Single Bed window. Refer to 4.9 Setting
Waveforms and Parameters for more information.
For detail information, please refer to the chapter about viewing single bed.
NOTE:
1 Due to the delay of network transmission, the waveform viewed at the ENSEMBLE
CMS has a delay of 5 seconds compared with the waveform generated at the
corresponding bedside monitor.
2
Due to the operating system schedule, the waveform scan of the ENSEMBLE CMS
might be suspended for about 20 milliseconds in very few occasions. After the
suspension, waveform scan will go back to normal status. The quality of patient
monitoring during the suspension will not be affected.
3.4 System Setup
The System Setup function is used to modify the display information at the patient section
according to the real requirements. By using this function, you can observe the waveform,
parameter, and the parameter list as your desire. There are Common Setup, User Maintain, and
Factory Maintain to be set.
3.4.1 Common Setup
It is mainly used to make some conventional monitoring settings, such as parameter unit setup,
color setup and layout setup.
3.4.1.1 Parameter Unit Setup
The user can change the unit of IBP, NIBP, CO2, (AG) CO2, (AG) O2, CO, TB and TEMP. For
example, to change the unit of IBP, please select Main Screen > System Setup > Common
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Setup > Param Unit Setup, and select the desired unit among mmHg and kpa from the
pull-down list at the right of IBP.
3.4.1.2 Color Setup
The user can change the display color of all parameters and the other information of the
parameter is displayed as the same color. And the information includes waveform name, gain and
filter, real-time value (upper limit and lower limit), review waveform and so on. To change the
color of the parameter:
1. Please select Main Screen > System Setup > Common Setup > Color Setup, and click
on the Color Setup button on the interface to enter the color setup.
2. And select the parameter from Param Select and select the desired color from the Color
Setup on this interface.
3.
After this, click on OK to exit the function.
3.4.1.3 Layout Setup
The user can set the bed numbers to be viewed on the screen through the button. To change the
screens to be viewed, please select Main Screen > System Setup > Common Setup > Layout
Settings and choose the desired bed number 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 32, 64 from the drop-down
list of display bed.
NOTE:
Two screens are needed if you want to simultaneously display the information of 64
bedside monitors.
3.4.1.4 Help
Help information is available on this interface.
3.4.2 User Maintain
To access the settings interface of user maintain, you have to input a user password. The default
password is “abc”.
3.4.2.1 Monitor Batch Settings
You can configure the alarm limit, alarm switch and alarm level for a group of bedside monitors.
You need to choose a patient type from Adult, Pediat or Neonat before you configure the alarm
settings in Templet of Alarm Limit Adjusting Range. Choose the monitors needing to be
configured in the right pane in which you may see a list of bedside monitors, and click Config.
The configuration in the left templet pane will be applied to the chosen monitors.
Besides, from the right pane, you can choose a monitor whose alarm settings will serve as the
source of batch settings for other monitors. Select one monitor in the right pane and click Obtain
Monitor Configuration to obtain its parameter alarm settings. The obtained configuration will
be displayed in the left templet pane. Choose the monitors needing to be configured in the right
pane and click Config to complete batch settings.
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NOTE:
1
The function of batch setting is not available for all monitors. If the monitor is labeled
as Not Supported in the Compatibility column in the right pane, this function is not
available for this monitor.
2
If the patient type set in Templet of Alarm Limit Adjusting Range is different from
the one set on the bedside monitor to be configured, the system may fail to set the
configuration for the monitor.
3
The prompt message Success only indicates success in setting the configuration for
current activated parameters on the monitor.
3.4.2.2 Date/Time Setup
The user can set the correct date and time and their desired format. There are three kinds of date
and time format: yyyy-MM-dd, dd-MM-yyyy, MM-dd-yyyy, two kinds of time format:
HH-mm-ss (24 hours) and hh-mm-ss tt (12 hours), and three date separator: /, - and. To change
the date and time setup, please select Main Screen > System Setup > Common Setup > Date
Time Setup, and select the desired settings from the right menu. The time and date displayed on
the main screen will also change after change the date and time setup and their format.
NOTE:
The user must restart the system to make the change effective.
3.4.2.3 Alarm Setup
Alarms, triggered by a physiological sign that appears abnormal or by technical problems of the
monitor, are sent to the ENSEMBLE CMS by the monitors and then indicated to the users by the
ENSEMBLE CMS. All alarms originally come from the monitors. The prompts coming from the
ENSEMBLE CMS are displayed in the system prompt area on the upper screen. The user can
enable/disable alarm mute function by selecting/ deselecting the Alarm Mute check box. When
Alarm Mute is not selected, the alarm Mute is disabled. When Alarm Mute is selected, the
alarm mute function is enabled. The
icon is displayed at the top area of the screen. You can
set the audio alarm mute duration to 1min, 2min or 3min from the drop-down list.
The user can set alarm sound intervals by selecting Main Screen > System Setup > User
Maintain > Alarm Setup, and set the desired intervals from the drop-down list of High Alarm
Interval (s), Med Alarm Interval (s) and Low Alarm Interval(s).
NOTE:
Once a new alarm occurs, the system will neglect the existing setting of alarm mute and
generate a new alarm.
3.4.2.4 Changing Language
To change the display language, please select Main Screen > System Setup > User Maintain,
and input the correct password. Select Language Setup and select the desired language from the
drop-down list.
NOTE:
The user must restart the system to make the change effective.
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3.4.2.5 HL7
Users can set the interval for HL7 data to be sent and set the format of HL7 packing data sent by
ENSEMBLE CMS. The interval can be set to 1 to 120 minutes. HL7 data is sent in the format of
HL7 Lower Level Protocol by default. If the item XML is selected, the data sent by ENSEMBLE
CMS will be packed in the XML format.
NOTE:
HL7 data is sent via the port 9100 by default.
3.4.2.6 Database Backup
For detailed information about database backup, refer to 8.1 Database Backup.
3.4.2.7 Other Setup
On this interface, you can:
Set Hospital Info. and Department. The hospital information and department will be
displayed at the top left corner on the main screen.
Choose to display or conceal the grid in the View window by selecting or clearing the check
box of Display Grid on View.
Return to Windows.
Switch off the system.
3.4.2.8 User Password Setting
To modify the password, enter the old password in the Old Password filed and a new one in the
New Password field, after which you have to confirm the new password to complete the
modification.
NOTE:
If you forget the password, please contact the technical representative of MENNEN
MEDICAL LTD..
3.4.2.9 About
It offers information about the software compiled time and software version.
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Chapter 4 Viewing Single Bed
The display setup function is used to modify the display information at the patient section
according to the real requirements. By using this function, you can observe the waveform,
parameter, and the parameter list as your desire. To change the display setup, click on any area of
the patient section, the Patient Mgmt, Single Bed View, Wave Review, Alarm Review, Trend
Review, NIBP Review, Parameter/waveform Setup, Alarm/NIBP Setup, 12-L Review, CO
Measure Review, Review Quick Temp and Calculation items are displayed.
4.1 Setting Patient Information
There are two ways to modify the patient information:
Modify the patient information via the monitor. For more information, please refer to
the monitor’s operation manual.
Modify patient information via the ENSEMBLE CMS.
In the patient management window, the user can modify the patient information, such as Serial
No., Patient Name, Type, Gender, Bed No., Date of Birth and so on. After editing the
information, click on the Update Monitor button to update the changes on the monitor. The
patient information can be printed when the user click on Print.
NOTE:
If you have changed the patient type via the ENSEMBLE CMS, the patient type on the
monitor will be changed accordingly.
4.2 Hiding/Showing Multi-lead Waveform
After clicking on any area on the patient section, the Single Bed View interface is displayed. The
patient name, bed No., patient type and monitoring waveform are displayed on the single bed
view. To view multi-lead waveforms interface, please click on View Selection > Multi-lead on
the interface. To hide it, click on it again and the multi-lead waveforms disappear on the interface.
4.3 Real-time Printing
To print real-time data from ENSEMBLE CMS, click Print in the Single Bed window or select
Print from the list shown in Figure 2-4. After you select Print, ENSEMBLE CMS starts to
collect data for printing and the system will indicate Collecting Data… at the top of the main
screen. After the system completes 11-second data collecting, a dialog box for printing setup will
appear. The printout includes the 11-second waveform data starting from the time chosen as the
beginning time for printing, data of all physiological parameters at the time you select Print and
the latest NIBP measurements.
4.4 Short Trend Review
After entering the single bed view interface, click on View Selection > Trend Screen and the
short trend will be displayed on the left of the interface. Click this area and a dialog box of short
trend settings will pop up. You can set the display mode of the short trend with the optional items
in Param Select and Interval. You may select the desired parameters needed to be displayed
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from the drop-down list of Param Select. Also, you can set the interval of the short trend by
choosing from 1h, 2h, 4h, 8h and 12h in the drop-down list of Interval.
4.5 Freeze
In the Single Bed View window, you can freeze the waveform displayed in this window to
analyze waveforms of interest by clicking Freeze and unfreeze the waveform by clicking
Unfreeze.
The freeze time and a timeline will also be displayed in the window. You can use the arrow
buttons
and
beside the timeline or drag the pointer on the freeze wave to review more
details.
You can review a frozen waveform of 3-minute period in length.
4.6 OxyCRG
In the Single Bed View window, click View Selection > OxyCRG, and the OxyCRG window
will be open. You can switch the display between respiratory rate and respiratory waveform by
clicking RR and RESP. You can also set the interval of the OxyCRG to 1 minute, 2 minutes or 4
minutes.
4.7 Setting Wave Review
After click on Wave Review on this screen, the bed No., name, gender and type and wave
settings are displayed. To change the displayed waveform, select Select Wave on the screen and a
list of available waveforms will be shown. You can select a waveform by ticking its check box.
By default, there are 4 waveforms displayed on this screen.
4.7.1 Setting Wave Speed
By clicking on the Wave Speed on this screen, you can set the width of waveforms displayed in
the waveform area. Available options are 6.25mm/s, 12.5mm/s, 25mm/s and 50mm/s. Changing
wave speed will affect the time length of the waveform area.
4.7.2 Refreshing Waveform
For the details about the refreshing waveform, please refer to the section about refreshing
waveform.
4.7.3 Print
For the details about the printing waveform, please refer to the section about printing waveform.
4.8 Setting Alarm Review
For the details about the alarm review, please refer to 5.3 Alarm Review.
4.9 Setting Trend Review
For the details about the trend review, please refer to 5.4 Trend Review.
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4.10 Setting NIBP Review
For the details about the NIBP review, please refer to 5.5 NIBP Review.
4.11 Setting Waveforms and Parameters
The Setup function is used to modify the display information at the patient section according to
the real requirements. By using this function, you can observe the waveform and the parameter as
your desire.
4.11.1 Setting Waveforms to be Displayed
The screen can display 4 waveforms maximumly at a time. To change the waveforms displayed
on the screen, please click on any area of the patient section to enter the setting screen of the
single bed patient and select Setup. And tick the check box of the desired wave name and click
on Update Wave Setup to confirm this operation.
4.11.2 Setting Parameters to be Displayed
The screen can display 4 parameters maximally at a time. To change the parameters displayed on
the screen, please click on any area of the patient section to enter the setting screen of the single
bed patient and select Setup.
Adding a parameter to be displayed
To add a new parameter to be displayed, select the desired parameter name in Available
Params and click on Add to add it into Current Params, and then click on Refresh
ParamGroup to update the parameters displayed on the patient section.
Removing a parameter displayed
To remove a parameter displayed, select the parameter in the Current Params box, and
click on Remove and Refresh ParamGroup.
Setting Parameter Order for Display
To adjust the display position of the parameter, select the parameter name in the Current
Params box, and click on Move UP or Move Down. To make the change valid, click on
Update ParamGroup.
NOTE:
Due to the limited display space, the displayed waveforms and parameters of each
patient section will decrease as the displayed patient sections increase. If you want more
waveforms and parameters to be displayed on the screen, please modify the display
layout by reducing the displayed patient sections.
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4.12 Bilateral Control in Patient Section
4.12.1 Controlling NIBP Setup of Bedside Monitor
Click on Alarm/NIBP Setup on the single bed view screen to access the bi-control interface.
Here you can modify the measurement mode and measurement interval of NIBP. The operation
steps are shown as follows:
1.
Click on the NIBP Setup button on the bilateral control interface;
2. Choose the desired measurement mode or measurement interval ;
3. Click on the Update Monitor button to validate changes.
4.12.2 Controlling Alarm Setup of Bedside Monitor
Click on Alarm/NIBP Setup on the single bed view screen to access the bi-control interface.
Here you can modify the alarm settings including the alarm switch, alarm level and alarm limits.
The operation steps are shown as follows:
1. Click on the Alarm Setup button on the bilateral control interface;
2. Choose the parameter of interest and change the corresponding alarm settings;
3. Click on the Update Monitor button to validate changes.
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Chapter 5 Review
ENSEMBLE CMS is capable of searching and reviewing the history data of patients. It includes
trend review, alarm review, wave review, NIBP review, 12-L Review, CO measure review, Quick
Temp review and patient information review. By clicking on the Review button on the main
interface, you can enter the review interface.
5.1 Patient List
Select Online Database Source, you can review the monitored patients’ information, including
online-patient review and history patient review. There are Patient Review and History Patient
Review available. Patient Review shows the online patients. History Patient Review shows the
history patients that have been discharged. The ENSEMBLE CMS is capable of query and review
the data of the monitored patients.
Select Offline Database Source, you can review the backup patient list. Refer to 8.2 Reviewing
Backup Database for more information.
You can select a patient from the list and click the Patient Mgmt tab to review detailed
information of this patient. Also, you can double click the patient name in the list to open the
patient management window.
5.1.1 Discharging a Patient
Discharging a patient is to terminate monitoring a patient and admit a new patient. There are two
ways to discharge a patient:
Click on Review > Patient List to access the review interface for all patients. Select a patient
needed to be discharged from the patient list below and click on the Discharge button on the
interface. A dialog box will consequently pop up and ask for your confirmation. Click on Yes, the
patient is discharged; click on No, the patient will remain.
If a patient is discharged from the Patient Review list, partial information of his or hers can still
be reviewed in the History Patient Review list. If a patient is deleted from the History Patient
Review list, all information of this patient will be completely deleted from the system.
CAUTION
If you delete a patient from the History Patient Review list, his or her data will be
completely removed from the system.
5.1.2 Querying a Patient
To querying a patient’s information, input one item of the patient’s information, such as serial
No., patient name and doctor, and click on Query. If the patient information is saved, the
corresponding information is displayed on the screen.
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5.2 Wave Review
The ENSEMBLE CMS can review the change process of the physiological waveform of one
patient in the latest 72 hours. And the system can provide 72-hour waveform review.
To use 72-hour waveform review, please click on Main Screen > Review > Wave Review. On
this screen, you can:
Review normal waveforms or compressed waveforms
Set wave speed
Select wave
Refresh waveform
Print
5.2.1 Reviewing Normal Waveforms
Normal waveform review is available to all parameter waveforms. In the normal waveform
review window, the waveform is displayed with the same altitude and speed of the real-time
waveform.
You can select Show parameters/Hide parameters. If you select Show parameters, the related
parameter value will also be displayed accompanying the waveform you choose.
In this window, waveforms can also be presented by automatically sliding forward.
5.2.2 Reviewing Compressed Waveforms
Compressed waveform review is only available to ECG waveforms. In the compressed waveform
review window, the altitude of the ECG waveform will be compressed so that you can review the
waveform containing longer time of data.
5.2.3 Setting Wave Speed
By clicking on the Wave Speed button, you can set the width of waveforms displayed in the
waveform area. Available options are 6.25 mm/s, 12.5 mm/s, 25 mm/s and 50 mm/s. Changing
wave speed will affect the time length of the waveform area.
5.2.4 Refreshing Waveform
Waveform will not update automatically. Therefore, if you want to view up-to-date waveform,
you have to refresh them manually. Clicking on the Refresh button will refresh the waveform.
5.2.5 Selecting Waveform
Click on the Select Wave button, and a list of available waveforms will be shown. By default, all
waveforms are selected. You can deselect a waveform by ticking its check box.
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NOTE:
The 72-hour full disclosure waveform storage will occupy a lot of hard disc. Therefore, the
user shall be cautious to add additional waveform to the selecting waveform setup.
5.2.6 Print
To print the waveform displayed on the current screen, please select Print on the screen to print it
by the laser printer.
5.3 Alarm Review
Alarm table and waveform may be generated when the ENSEMBLE CMS makes secondary
notification for the alarm happening at the bedside monitor. Alarm review helps the clinician
observe the details of the monitoring information. Alarm information can be stored by the user
and thus become important alarm event. An alarm strip in the alarm review is a 16-second
waveform.
5.3.1 Locking and Unlocking Alarm Information
When the user thinks that an alarm is very important, he/she can save it by locking the alarm
information with a symbol √ on the alarm review interface. The symbol √ will appear to its right
on this interface when the alarm is locked. The locked alarm cannot be deleted automatically. You
can click on the symbol √ to unlock the locked alarm, the symbol √ will disappear.
5.3.2 Printing Alarm Information
If the user wants to print alarm table, he/ she can click on Print on the interface to print it by a
laser printer.
NOTE:
1 The important alarm events can be deleted but not automatically .The non-important
alarm events can be automatically replaced by new alarm events when they have
accumulated to a certain amount.
2
The alarm stripe displays the physiological waveform at 25mm/s when an alarm
takes place.
5.3.3 Sequencing the Alarm List
You can sequence all alarms ascendingly or descendingly by clicking on the heading of any
column:
Alarm Time: Clicking on it will sequence all alarms ascendingly or descendingly by
time.
Alarm Information: Clicking on it will sequence all alarms ascendingly or
descendingly by parameter.
Alarm Level: Clicking on it will sequence all alarms ascendingly or descendingly by
level.
At the same time, one of the following symbols will appear to the right of the heading:
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The symbol ▲ indicates ascending sequence, and
The symbol ▼ indicates descending sequence.
5.3.4 Annotating Alarm
You can add notes to illuminate an alarm. To annotate an alarm, select a certain alarm stripe and
you will see the title Alarm Note on the bottom of the alarm review interface. Move the cursor
1cm left to the title Alarm Note and a pop-up input box in which you can input detailed
information for the alarm will appear. After you complete your notes, move the cursor out of the
area of the input box, and ENSEMBLE CMS will automatically save the input information.
NOTE:
Input characters are limited to 256.
5.3.5 Filtering Alarm Events
You can filter alarm events by selecting or clearing the check boxes before the items in the
Alarm Level list and in the Param Select list. The Alarm Review window will only display the
alarm events whose alarm level /levels has/have be selected and the alarm events of selected
parameters.
5.4 Trend Review
Clicking on the Trend Review button will enter the trend review button, through which you can
store and review up to 240 hours of trend data. Change of trends can be observed through the
graphic and tabular.
On this interface, you can:
set the resolution
view parameters selectively
refresh the data
print
5.4.1 Setting Resolution
You can select a time period as the resolution for viewing the graph and table as required.
Options are 1s, 5s, 1m, 5m, 15m, 30m, 60m, Display Time Points for NIBP Measurements
and Display Time Points for Quick TEMP Measurements. To change the resolution, select
Resolution Setting on the interface and select the desired option from the list.
5.4.2 Viewing Parameters selectively
In the parameter list Param Select, you can select modules or parameters by ticking their check
boxes as required. Only the selected parameters are displayed in the graph or table.
When a parameter module is selected or unselected, all of its parameters will be selected or
unselected accordingly.
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5.4.3 Refreshing Data
Trend data will not update automatically. Therefore, if you want to view up-to-date trend data,
you have to refresh them manually. Click on the Refresh button to refresh the data to up-to date.
After refreshing them, the select status and order of parameters remain unchanged.
5.4.4 Printing Trend Review
Clicking on Trend Review > Print > Print Trend Table/ Print Trend Graph, you can print the
trend table or the trend graph. By default, the system will print the latest data.
5.4.5 Selecting Trend Table, Trend Graph
To review the trend table only, the user can select View Selection on the interface and then select
the Trend Table option from the drop-down list. To review the trend graph, the user can select
View Selection on the interface and then select the Trend Graph option from the drop-down list.
To review the trend table and trend graph, the user can select View Selection on the interface and
then select the Trend Table, Trend Graph option from the drop-down list.
5.5 NIBP Review
Results of four latest NIBP measurements are displayed in the NIBP area in the Single Bed View
window.
To review earlier NIBP measurement results, click the NIBP Review button and enter the NIBP
review interface, through which you can view up to 720 groups of NIBP measurements of a
patient.
The NIBP review window displays Serial No., Measure Time, SYS, DIA, MAP and PR for
each measurement. Additionally, in this window you can:
Click Show parameters, and the measurement values of all physiological
parameters at the measure time specified in the selected item will be shown in the
lower portion of the window. If you click Hide parameters, these measurements
values will not be displayed.
Refresh
Print out the current page
Print out all pages
5.6 12-Lead Review
Select 12-L Review and you can review up to 720 groups of 12-lead analysis results of the
current patient in this window.
In the 12-L Review window, the following data is available: HR, PR Interval, QRS Duration,
QT/QTC Interval, P/QRS/T, RV5/SV1, the value of RV5+SV1 and Diagnosis Result.
Select a diagnosis result from the list and select Waveform on the toolbar, the related 12-lead
ECG waveform will be shown.
You can print the diagnosis result list and waveform.
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5.7 C.O. Measure Review
Select CO Measure Review and you can review up to 720 groups of C.O. measurement of the
current patient in this window.
In the CO Measure Review window, measure results are arranged chronologically on the left.
Select a measure result and the measure value as well as the curve will be displayed on the right.
A maximum of six groups of measure results can be displayed simultaneously.
At the lower part of the window, the average values of C.O and CI of the selected measure results
are displayed.
You can print the selected measure results.
5.8 Quick Temp Review
Select Quick TEMP Review and you can review up to 720 groups of Quick TEMP measurement
in this window. The Quick TEMP measure result and measure time are available. You can also
print the Quick TEMP measurement list.
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Chapter 6 Alarm Management
6.1 General
Alarms, triggered by a physiological sign that appears abnormal or by technical problems of the
monitor, are sent to the ENSEMBLE CMS by the monitors and then indicated to the users by the
ENSEMBLE CMS. All alarms originally come from the monitors. The prompts coming from the
ENSEMBLE CMS are displayed in the system prompt area on the upper screen.
6.1.1 Physiological Information Alarm
It includes parameter alarm and arrhythmia alarm.
Physiological information alarm arouses the doctors’ attention by means of visual and audible
methods specified in harmonized international standard. Visual method is realized basically by
the way of lightening or flicking of the color light. Audible method is realized by the sound for
different levels.
Physiological alarms are implemented by alarm limits, which define a range in which a certain
physiological parameter is considered to be in the normal status. When a parameter value is
beyond the range, the system will consider it to be in an abnormal status and consequently give
an alarm.
6.1.2 Technical Alarm
Technical alarms refer to the technical alarms of bedside monitor. Technical alarms of bedside
monitor refer to alarms other than physiological alarms, including hardware failure,
communication error, lead off, etc. For these technical alarms, the system presents four different
types of audible and visual prompts.
When a group of technical alarms (for example, transducer falls off) produced by multi-parameter
monitors, a piece of alarm prompt information in scrolling mode will appear on the main screen
of ENSEMBLE CMS. In addition, the ENSEMBLE CMS will sound low- level alarm and the
corresponding bedside monitor status indicator will also show low-level signal color.
NOTE:
The alarm signal will be delayed for no more than 5 seconds.
6.2 Alarm Level
Alarm level reflects the severity of an alarm. The ENSEMBLE CMS has three levels of alarm:
High level alarm
Medium level alarm
Low level alarm
The ENSEMBLE CMS indicates different levels of alarm by varying the color of the alarm area
in the patient section.
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6.3 Alarm Mute
Alarm mute means that when an alarm occurs, the system will not give an alarm sound but only
maintain a visual prompt.
6.4 Alarm Voice Pause
Alarm Voice Pause means that during a period of time, when an alarm occurs, the system will
not give alarm announcement.
The duration of alarm voice pause can be set to 1 minute, 2 minutes and 3 minutes. And the
duration setting is introduced in 3.4.2.2 Alarm Setup.
When the duration of alarm pause has lasted for the preset-time, the system will stop the status of
alarm pause and resume normal alarm automatically.
NOTE:
1 Once a new alarm occurs, the system will neglect the existing settings of Alarm Mute
or Alarm Voice Pause and generate a new alarm.
2
The alarm mute and alarm pause function is only valid for ENSEMBLE CMS itself.
ENSEMBLE CMS cannot silence or pause the bedside monitor’s audible alarm.
6.5 Alarm Prompt/Response
Alarm information can be prompted by means of visual and audible methods. Because the alarm
information is very important and timely response to the alarm information is highly required, the
ENSEMBLE CMS provides the following methods to indicate to the user the occurrence of the
alarm.
Background refreshing
When a physiological alarm occurs, the system will warn the user by refreshing the
background of the corresponding patient section of the bedside monitor into different colors.
Background color of the alarm area in the patient section
The red color indicates the occurring of high level alarm.
The yellow color indicates the occurring of medium or low level alarm.
Alarm sound
If the mute setup is ineffective, the system will warn the user about the alarm with the alarm
sound.
The alarm sound can be:
High level alarm:
sound "DO-DO-DO DO-DO DO-DO-DO DO-DO";
Medium level alarm:
sound "DO-DO-DO";
Low level alarm:
sound "DO- ".
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6.6 Alarms for Networking Status
When the monitor is online or offline, the system will indicate it with a low level alarm sound.
If the monitor is offline without being discharged, the system will indicate it with a low level
alarm sound at an interval of 1 minute.
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Chapter 7 Printing
7.1 Printing Report with a Printer
ENSEMBLE CMS can output the reports by equipped with a laser printer. HP LaserJet Series
printers are recommended. The laser printer working with the ENSEMBLE CMS is independent
of the mainframe. The printer has its independent power supply. It is connected to the mainframe
via a USB interface or a network (wired or wireless).
The laser printer generates the following types of printing:
Waveform review printing
Alarm wave printing
Alarm table printing
Trend graph printing
Trend table printing
NIBP review printing
Printing for drug calculation, hemodynamic calculation, oxygenation calculation, renal
function calculation and ventilation calculation
Patient information printing
12-lead analysis result printing
C.O. review printing
Quick TEMP review printing
NOTE:
ENSEMBLE CMS only supports printing on A4 paper.
7.2 Preview/Settings
7.2.1 Preview
Before the reports are printed, you can preview them on the screen. You will access the preview
interface after you select the function of printing. If a report consists of more than one page, you
may select a certain page to preview by turning to the page you want. Besides, you can adjust the
zoom setting by choosing a certain option from the drop-down list of the SIZE. Below is the
preview interface of the wave review:
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Figure 7-1 Preview
7.2.2 Settings
Click on Print on the preview interface and a dialog box will pop up as follows:
Figure 7-2 Settings
Select the printer, the print range and the number of copies in demand and then click on OK to
confirm it.
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7.3 Exporting the PDF File
ENSEMBLE CMS can export the PDF file by installing a PDF printer software. The software
PDFCreator is recommended. You can obtain the installation version of PDFCreator in the
ENSEMBLE CMS installation disk. Also, you may download it from the website
http://www.pdfforge.org/pdfcreator.
To export the PDF file, please choose a PDF printer (for instance, PDFCreator) from the
drop-down list when you select the printers (Figure 7-3), and then confirm it by clicking on OK.
Figure 7-3 Select a PDF Printer
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Chapter 8 Database Management
ENSEMBLE CMS provides database backup and review, which allows you to conveniently
manage and maintain data.
8.1 Database Backup
To backup database, please select Main Screen > System Setup > User Maintain, and input the
correct password. Select Database Maintain and click on the button Browse to choose a
directory for backup file storage. Then click on Backup Database to start database backup.
NOTE:
1
During database backup, ENSEMBLE CMS automatically stops its patient
monitoring.
2
ENSEMBLE CMS will restart automatically after it completes database backup.
3
If the check box indicating “Empty local database after backup is completed” is
ticked, ENSEMBLE CMS will empty the local database after database backup is
completed.
8.2 Reviewing Backup Database
ENSEMBLE CMS allows you to review the backup data at any time.
To review backup data, select Review > Patient List, and select the directory for storing backup
file from the drop-down list of Offline Database Source. For more information about review,
refer to Chapter 5 Review.
NOTE:
1
It takes about 3 to 10 seconds for ENSEMBLE CMS to load the backup data.
2
During reviewing backup data, discharging or deleting patients is unavailable.
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Calculation and Titration Table
Chapter 9 Calculation and Titration Table
9.1 General
ENSEMBLE CMS provides functions including drug calculation and titration table,
hemodynamic calculation, oxygenation calculation, renal function calculation and ventilation
calculation; the calculation results can be printed out. Click on Calculation in the status of single
bed view to access the drug calculation screen.
ENSEMBLE CMS is able to save a maximum of 100 groups of results for every type of
calculation. In the calculation window, you can use the Save button to save the calculation results
and use Calculation Result List to review each calculation result.
9.2 Drug Calculation
From the Drug drop-down list, you can select one to calculate its amount, liquid volume,
concentration, etc.
Drug A
EPINEPHRINE
Drug B
HEPARIN
Drug C
ISUPREL
Drug D
LIDOCAINE
Drug E
NIPRIDE
AMINOPHYLLINE
NITROGLYCERIN
DOBUTAMINE
PITOCIN
DOPAMINE
NOTE:
Drug A, Drug B, Drug C, Drug D and Drug E are user-defined drugs.
The calculation procedure is listed below:
1. Confirm whether the patient type is correct and the weight is entered.
2. Select a drug to be calculated from the drug list.
3. Input correct parameter values under the direction of a doctor.
4. Select Basic, Dose Type and Step for titration table.
5. Click on the Calc button, the calculation result will be displayed in the drug parameter
area and titration table.
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WARNING
1
2
3
Be sure to input correct parameter values. The user must verify the correctness of
the calculations displayed on the screen before using them.
The calculations in the titration table are subject to the drug calculations, therefore,
the correctness of the drug calculations must be ensured. Besides, the basic, step
and dose type should be ensured correct.
We assume no responsibility for the results arising from incorrect inputs and
operations.
9.2.1 Drug Calculation Formula
Formulas for drug calculation are:
Concentration = amount / volume
Flow rate = dose / concentration
Total dose = dose × duration
Total volume = flow rate × duration
WARNING
Prior to performing drug calculation, you must confirm that the above formulas are what
you need. Our company will not be liable for any consequence resulted from using
inappropriate formulas.
Relationship between calculation units:
1 g = 1000 mg
1 mg = 1000 mcg
1 K unit = 1000 units
1 M unit = 1000 K units
WARNING
You must enter correct drug unit. Our company will not be liable for any consequence
resulted from incorrect input.
9.2.2 Calculation of Titration Table
Calculation of titration table is included on the screen of drug calculation. The titration table is
located at the lower part of the drug calculation screen. The method for calculation of titration
table is:
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1. The core method for the calculation of titration table is: concentration = dose / flow rate. The
calculating method of titration table is to keep the fixed concentration, change the dose to
calculate the flow rate or change the flow rate to calculate the dose. Concentration here is
obtained from drug calculation.
2. The titration table can be displayed by way of dose and rate. You can enter the rate step from
1-10. There are four options available for dose unit: mg/hour, mg/min, mg/Kg/hour and
mg/Kg/min, among which mg will vary with the unit changes in drug calculation.
3. The calculating result of titration table is displayed in the list. You can click on the scroll bar to
browse more calculating results.
WARNING
The calculating result of titration table depends on the calculating result of drug. First of
all, the calculating result of drug should be accurate. And then, the calculating result of
titration is concerned with the input titration control parameters and the calculating
formula. Therefore, you must ensure the correctness of all these mentioned operations.
Our company will not be liable for any consequence resulted from improper operations.
9.3 Hemodynamic Calculation
9.3.1 Input Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
PAWP
Pulmonary artery wedge pressure
CVP
Central venous pressure
HR
Heart rate
AP MAP
Mean Artery Pressure
LV_D
Left Ventricular Diameter
PA MAP
Pulmonary artery mean pressure
HT
Height
WT
Weight
9.3.2 Output Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
BSA
Body surface area
SV
Stroke volume
SVI
Stroke volume index
SVR
Systemic vascular resistance
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SVRI
Systemic vascular resistance index
PVR
Pulmonary vascular resistance
PVRI
Pulmonary vascular resistance index
LCW
Left cardiac work
LCWI
Left cardiac work index
RCW
Right cardiac work
RCWI
Right cardiac work index
LVSW
Left ventricular stroke work
LVSWI
Left ventricular stroke work index
RVSW
Right ventricular stroke work
RVSWI
Right ventricular stroke work index
EF
Ejection fraction
9.4 Renal Function Calculation
9.4.1 Input Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
HT
Height
WT
Weight
URK
Urine pstassium
Posm
Plasm osmolality
SCr
Serum creatinine
URNa
Urinary sodium
Uosm
Urine osmolality
UCr
Urine creatinine
UUN
Urine urea nitrogen
Urine
Urine
SerNa
Serun sodium
BUN
Blood urea nitrogen
9.4.2 Output Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
URNaEx
Urine sodium excretion
CNa
Clearance of sodim
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FENa
Fractional excretion of sodium
CH2O
Free water clearance
URKEx
Urine potassium excretion
CCr
Creatinine clearance rate
FEUr
Fractional Excretion of Urea
Na/K
Sodium potassium ratio
CUUN
Urine urea nitrogen clearance rate
Cosm
Osmolar clearance
U/P osm
Urine to plasma osmolality ratio
BUN/SCr
Blood urea nitrogen creatinine ratio
U/SCr
Urine-serum creatinine ratio
Calculation and Titration Table
9.5 Oxygenation Calculation
9.5.1 Input Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
HT
Height
WT
Weight
C.O.
Cardiac output
FiO2
Percentage fraction of inspired oxygen
PaO2
Partial pressure of oxygen in the arteries
PaCO2
Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the arteries
SaO2
Arterial oxygen saturation
PvO2
Partial pressure of oxygen in venous blood
SvO2
Venous oxygen saturation
Hb
Hemoglobin
CaO2
Arterial oxygen content
CvO2
Venous oxygen content
VO2
Oxygen consumption
RQ
Respiratory quotient
ATMP
Atmospheric pressure
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9.5.2 Output Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
BSA
Body surface area
VO2
Calc Calculated oxygen consumption
C(a-v)O2
Arterial venous oxygen content difference
O2ER
Oxygen extraction ratio
DO2
Oxygen transport
PAO2
Partial pressure of oxygen in the alveoli
AaDO2
Alveolar-arterial oxygen difference
CcO2
Capillary oxygen content
Qs/Qt
Venous admixture
C.O. calc
Calculated cardiac output
Pa/FiO2
PaO2/FiO2
AaDO2/PaO2
AaDO2/PaO2
Pa/AO2
PaO2/PAO2
DO2I
Oxygen Delivery Index
VO2I
Oxygen Consumption Index
CaO2 calc
Calculated Arterial oxygen content
CvO2 calc
Calculated Venous oxygen content
9.6 Ventilation Calculation
9.6.1 Input Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
FiO2
Percentage fraction of inspired oxygen
RR
Respiration rate
PeCO2
Partial pressure of mixed expiratory CO2
PaCO2
Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the arteries
PaO2
Partial pressure of oxygen in the arteries
VT
Tidal volume
RQ
Respiratory quotient
ATMP
Atmospheric pressure
PIP
Peak Inspiratory Pressure
PEEP
Positive End-Expiratory Pressure
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9.6.2 Output Parameters
Abbreviation
English Full Name/Description
Cdyn
Compliance dynamic
PAO2
Partial pressure of oxygen in the alveoli
AaDO2
Alveolar-arterial oxygen difference
Pa/FiO2
PaO2/FiO2
AaDO2/PaO2
AaDO2/PaO2
Pa/AO2
PaO2/PAO2
MV
Minute volume
VD
Volume of physiological dead space
VD/VT
Physiological dead space in percent of tidal
volume
Alveolar volume
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CMS-WEB Observer
Chapter 10 CMS-WEB Observer
10.1 General
The CMS-WEB Observer system is a medical information device applied in clinical monitoring
field. It realizes remote monitoring by reviewing real-time and history data from central
monitoring system through web page. A CMS-WEB network system is constructed by connecting
multiple monitors and ENSEMBLE CMS central monitoring systems. Being the center of the
monitoring network, the system realizes remote monitoring by collecting, processing, and
analyzing the physiological information from the central monitoring systems. Medical staff can
obtain patient information by visiting the server of ENSEMBLE CMS via the browser.
The CMS-WEB Observer displays patients’ physiological information collected by the
ENSEMBLE CMS central monitoring system. The system displays information of up to 32
bedside monitors from the ENSEMBLE CMS.
NOTE:
The CMS-WEB Observer is only available via the hospital local area network.
10.2 Typical Screens of the CMS-WEB
The CMS-WEB shares similar screen features with the ENSEMBLE CMS. The main screen of
the CMS-WEB has three areas. At the top of the screen is the area displaying the system prompt
information. The middle part is the main monitoring area. The bottom part is the system menu
area. Figure 10-1 shows the main screen of the CMS-WEB.
Figure 10-1 Main Screen of CMS-WEB
Structure of the main screen:
1. Information area
Displaying the hospital name and current system time.
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2. Main monitoring screen
Indicating the current status of each bedside monitor:
The onscreen bedside monitors are networked.
The red color in the alarm area of the patient section indicates the bedside monitor has high
priority alarm.
The yellow color in the alarm area of the patient section indicates the bedside monitor has a
medium or low priority alarm.
When four or less four bedside monitors are networked, the layout of patient sections will be of
single row as Figure 10-2 shows:
Figure 10-2
When over four bedside monitors are networked, the screen displays patient sections as shown in
Figure 10-1 with a maximum of eight bedside monitors.
NOTE:
The number of displayed waveforms on each patient section will vary with the resolution
of your computer monitor. The maximum number of waveforms displayed on each patient
section is four. It is recommended to use computer monitors with the resolution of
1028 × 1024 or 1440 × 900.
3. Main menu
The main menu (Figure 10-3) is at the bottom of the screen. Click on it to access corresponding
windows or perform corresponding functions.
Figure 10-3
If one patient section is selected for single bed reviewing, the button Return Main Screen will
appear at the bottom left corner, selecting which can return to the main screen.
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3. Control icons
Control icon area includes the following icons:
Icons
Operating method
Click on it to return to the main screen.
Click on it to enter the system setup menu.
Click on it to log out of the system.
Click on it, the volume adjustor icon
appears.
Tick the Mute check box, the entire system become mute
until a new alarm occurs. To deselect the silence
function, tick the Mute check box again. Additionally,
the user can drag the volume adjustor to your desired
volume.
10.3 Starting/ Shutting Down the System
NOTE:
Before starting the system, make sure the ENSEMBLE CMS has been installed in the
computer. Otherwise, you cannot use the CMS-WEB.
10.3.1 Starting the System
Before starting the system, make sure the computer in which the CMS-WEB Observer server is
installed has been installed with the IIS (Internet Information System) groupware as well. Assume
that the IP address of the server is 192.168.11.138; to start the CMS-WEB, you should enter
http://192.168.11.138/ENSEMBLE CMS/ into the address bar of the browser and input user name
as well as password in the login window to access the system.
NOTE:
1
The default user name for administrator is “admin”; default password is “test”. You
can change the user name and password after accessing the system.
2
The administrator is able to create other administrators and users. The default
password for creating new users is “123456”.
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10.3.2 Shutting Down the System
You can shut down the system via either of the following two methods:
Method 1: Click on the Logout button at the bottom right corner onscreen.
Method 2: Click on the button
at the top right corner onscreen.
10.4 System Setup
You can access the system setup menu by clicking on System Setup and configure the following
items: Common Setup and Administrators Setup.
NOTE:
The available setup items may vary with different users due to different users’ access
authority. Both Common Setup and Administrators Setup are available for the
administrator while only Common Setup is available for general users.
10.4.1 Common Setup
10.4.1.1 Setting User Information
Select System Setup > Common Setup > Personal Infor., and you can change the user name,
name, gender, department, and so on.
10.4.1.2 Setting Password
Select System Setup > Common Setup > Password Change; you can change the login
password.
10.4.1.3 Setting Parameter Unit
Select System Setup > Common Setup > Unit Setup; you can change the units of IBP, NIBP,
CO2, AG CO2, AG O2, C.O.TB and TEMP.
10.4.1.4 Setting Multi-Bed Waveform
Select System Setup > Common Setup > Wave In Multi-bed; you can set the physiological
waveforms displayed on the patient sections. In this window, the left column displays the
waveform names from which you can choose; the right column displays the waveform names
which have been selected.
Adding a waveform to be displayed:
To add a displayed waveform, choose one from the left column and click on Add so that it can be
added to the right column.
Deleting a displayed waveform
To delete a displayed waveform, choose one from the right column and click on Remove so that
it can be deleted from the waveform display area.
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NOTE:
1
You can only select a maximum of four waveforms to be displayed on each patient
section. Also, the number of displayed waveforms is subject to the computer
resolution.
2
You can only add or delete one waveform one time.
10.4.1.5 Setting Multi-Bed Parameter
Select System Setup > Common Setup > Para In Multi-bed; you can set the physiological
parameters displayed onscreen. In this window, the left column displays the parameter names
from which you can choose; the right column displays the parameter names which have been
selected.
Adding a parameter to be displayed
To add a displayed parameter, choose one from the left column and click on Add so that it can be
added to the right column.
Deleting a displayed parameter
To delete a displayed parameter, choose one from the right column and click on Remove so that it
can be deleted from the screen.
NOTE:
1
You can only select a maximum of four parameters to be displayed on each patient
section.
2
You can only add or delete one parameter one time.
10.4.1.6 Setting Wave Speed
Select System Setup > Common Setup > WaveSpeed; you can set the speed for a selected
waveform. Choose one waveform from the Wave Name list and the chosen one will be
highlighted as shown in Figure 10-4; then select a speed from the drop-down list of New Speed.
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Figure 10-4 Wave Speed Setup
10.4.1.7 Setting Language
Select System Setup > Common Setup > Language, click on
the drop-down list.
and select a language from
NOTE:
To ensure the normal display of CMS-WEB, restart the system after you finish the
language configuration.
10.4.2 Administrator Setup
10.4.2.1 User Management
Select System Setup > Administrators Setup > User Manage; the administrator can set the user
access authority.
Creating a user
In the User Manage window, input the User Name, Name, User Type, Gender, Department
and so on, click on Insert and a new user will be created. The default password for creating users
is 123456.
Deleting a user
Select a user to be deleted from the user list, click on Delete and the user will be removed.
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Modifying user information
Select a user whose information is to be modified and enter new information for the user; then
click on Modify to complete the modification.
NOTE:
The administrator cannot modify his/her information here. Refer to the section 10.4.1.1
for details.
Resetting user password
Select a user whose password is to be reset and click on Reset password; confirm it by clicking
on Confirm on the pop-up dialog box. The password will be reset to the default password.
10.4.2.2 Setting Date/Time Format
Select System Setup > Administrators Setup > TimeFormat, click on the button
Date Format or Time Format and select a format from the drop-down lists.
beside
10.4.2.3 Setting Waveform Refresh Type
Select System Setup > Administrators Setup > Refresh Type; you can set the refresh type of
the real-time waveforms. Two options are available: Pen Mode and Move Mode. Click on the
button
and select one mode from the drop-down list.
10.5 Viewing Single Bed
Via the function of viewing single bed, you can check information of a patient. Click on any area
of the patient section and you will access the single bed window. Available items including
Patient Infor, Single Bed View, Wave Review, Alarm Review, Trend Review and NIBP
Review will be displayed onscreen.
10.5.1 Patient Information
You may check patient information via Patient Infor window. CMS-WEB Observer displays the
patient information collected by the ENSEMBLE CMS. You can only view the patient
information via CMS-WEB but not modify them. The readings of Height and Weight will vary
with the unit selection. Click on Print if you need to output the patient information.
10.5.2 Single Bed View
Multi-waveform display
Click on Multi-lead in the window so that you can view multiple channels of waveforms
displayed onscreen. Click on it again to switch to single waveform display mode.
Freezing waveform
Click on Freeze in the window so that you can freeze the waveform displayed onscreen, which
may help you analyze the waveform of interest. Click on Freeze again to unfreeze the waveform.
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10.5.3 Waveform Review
In the Wave Review window, you can:
Select waveforms;
Set wave speed;
Refresh waveforms;
Set the starting time for printing;
Print waveforms.
The system allows you to print the waveform with a maximum time of two minutes. If you have
not set the starting time, the system will output the latest data by default. If you have set the
starting time, the system will start to output data at the point of the set time.
NOTE:
The set starting time for printing will be invalid after the data is output.
For more details about waveform review, refer to relevant content for ENSEMBLE CMS in the
section 5.2 Wave Review.
10.5.4 Alarm Review
In the Alarm Review window, you can:
Refresh alarm information;
Print alarm list;
Print alarm strip.
For more details about alarm review, refer to relevant content for ENSEMBLE CMS in the
section 5.3 Alarm Review.
10.5.5 Trend Review
In the Trend Review window, you can:
Review trend data;
Set resolution;
Select parameters to be reviewed;
Refresh data;
Print trend graph and trend list;
Set the display mode of the trend review window;
Set the starting time for printing.
Printing trend graph: If you have not set the starting time, the system will output the latest data by
default. If you have set the starting time, the system will start to output data at the point of the set
time. The system allows you to output a maximum of 600 pieces of data.
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Printing trend list: If you have not set the starting time, the system will output the latest data by
default. If you have set the starting time, the system will start to output data at the point of the set
time. The system allows you to output a maximum of 720 pieces of data.
NOTE:
The set starting time for printing will be invalid after the data is output.
For more details about trend review, refer to relevant content for ENSEMBLE CMS in the section
5.4 Trend Review.
10.5.6 NIBP Review
In the NIBP Review window, you can view up to 720 groups of NIBP measurements of an online
patient.
The NIBP review window displays Serial No., Measure Time, SYS, DIA, MAP and PR for
each measurement. Additionally, you can:
Refresh;
Print.
NOTE:
1
Make sure a PDF reader has been installed in your computer, which enables you to
preview and open the printing document.
2
CMS-WEB only supports printing on A4 paper. Make sure you have set the paper
size to A4 in the printing setup.
3
If the main menu is not displayed onscreen after clicking on the print button and
return to the CMS-WEB screen, check your browser setup. For Firefox browser,
select Tools > Options > Tabs, and tick the check box of Always show the tab bar.
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Safety
Chapter 11 Safety
11.1 Control and Safety Index
Windows XP/ Windows 7 workstation, printer, UPS (optional), Keyboard, display and mouse
should accord with the corresponding safety requirements. They are not suitable for installed in
the patients’ environment.
11.2 Characteristics
The standard ENSEMBLE CMS includes the following characteristics:
Up to 240 hours of trend data storage and review
Storage of patients’ history data
72-hour full disclosure physiological waveforms
12-lead ECG display
12-hour short trend data
Printing report
Monitoring 64 patients simultaneously
Connect patient monitor: M3, M3A, M50, M80, iM50, iM80, iM8, iM8A, iM8B, elite V8.
Transfer waveforms, parameters, alarms, etc.
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Chapter 12 Service
If you have any question about maintenance, technical specifications or malfunctions of devices,
contact your local distributor.
Alternatively, you can send an email to MENNEN MEDICAL LTD. service department at:
[email protected] Medical Ltd..com.cn.
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Specifications
Appendix I Specifications
A1.1 Recommended Hardware Configuration
The minimum requirements of hardware configuration for the ENSEMBLE CMS are shown as
below.
Components
Requirements
System
Meet the IEC/EN control requirements for ITE device
PC workstation
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz or above
Memory: 2G or above
Hard disk: 320GB or above
Display interface: 2
LAN port: 1 or above
USB port: more than one
OS: Windows XP (32 bit), Windows 7
Keyboard
PS/2 or USB keyboard
Mouse
PS/2 or USB mouse
Display
Specifications:
Dimensions (inch)
Resolution (pixel)
19(widescreen)
1440X900
*19 (regular-screen)
17 (widescreen)
1280X1024
1280X1024
*Recommended
Quantity:
For 1 to32 bedside monitors: one display
For 33 to 64 bedside monitors: two displays
Printer
LaserJet
UPS
1000 W
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Network
device Structure
specifications
Device
Specifications
Ethernet 802.3
Network switch
Transmission rate
10M, 100M
Transmitted information
Waveforms, parameters and
alarms of all networked bedside
monitors
Compatible monitors
Patient monitors complying with
MENNEN MEDICAL LTD.
network protocol
Maximum number of networked 64
monitors
Speaker
Built-in speaker is recommended.
CAUTION
Ensure that the computer hardware can meet the requirements of the software installation
and running. Also, the video adapter, the audio adapter, the network adapter and their
respective drivers should been installed well in the computer; otherwise, the software may
not run normally.
NOTE:
1 The hardware specifications require the use of PC that complies with IEC/EN
requirements for ITE equipment.
2
The configuration mentioned above is for reference and not permanent. MENNEN
MEDICAL LTD. preserves the right to change and upgrade system settings.
A1.2 Software Performance
Trend
240-hour trend review for each bedside monitor
12-hour short trend dynamic display for each bedside monitor
Alarm waveform
720 pieces of parameter alarm waveforms for each bedside
monitor
Alarm type
Physiological Alarm
Technical Alarm
Alarm mode
Waveform
review
3 levels of audible and visual alarms
storage
and 72-hour waveform for each bedside monitor
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Specifications
NIBP measurement storage 720 pieces of NIBP measurement for each bedside monitor
and review
12-lead analysis results
720 pieces of 12-lead analysis results for each bedside monitor
C.O. measurements
720 pieces of C.O. measurement for each bedside monitor
Quick
measurements
TEMP 720 pieces of Quick TEMP measurement for each bedside
monitor
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