Connex Vital Signs Monitor 1.7 to 2.2 Software Upgrade Training Presentation

Connex Vital Signs Monitor 1.7 to 2.2 Software Upgrade Training Presentation
Connex® Vital Signs Monitor
1.7 to 2.2 Upgrades
Clinical Inservice Presentation
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Welcome!
Thank you for choosing Welch Allyn!
Objectives:
1. Identify User Interface (UI) changes
between CVSM 1.7 and CVSM 2.2
2. Identify additional applicable parameters
and features added to your CVSM device
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Table of Contents & Summary of Changes
• Updates to Home Screen, menus and NIBP features
– Power off
– Two additional NIBP programs
– Lock Display Icon
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Manual parameter entry & clear function
Custom Modifier entry
Custom Scoring (EWS) entry
Combine Manual & Modifier tabs
Placement of Profile Configuration in Advanced Settings &
Profile Change
• Continuous Monitoring option
– Pause Monitoring option
– Addition of etCO2, RRa®, or EarlySense® (optional)
• Patient Rest Mode (Connex® Central Station required)
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Power Off on CVSM 2.2
1. Press the Power On button located
on the side of the device
2. The onscreen Power Down dialog
appears
3. Select the desired function from
the list
• Power Down
• Sleep
• Cancel
Power Down may also still be accomplished by touching the
battery icon in the top right corner of the Home Screen and
choosing POWER DOWN, as with CVSM 1.7 devices.
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Two additional NIBP Programs on CVSM 2.2
Two additional blood pressure
Programs have been added.
A Program is now entered in
Interval (minutes) and
Frequency (number of
occurrences).
1. Enter the Interval by
selecting a value from the
dropdown menu.
2. Enter the Frequency by
typing in the desired
number of occurrences.
Example: Q15 X 4
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Lock Display Icon on CVSM 2.2
The display lock prevents
clinician input, which can be
useful during cleaning the
display.
To lock the display:
1. Touch the Settings tab
2. Touch the Device tab
3. Touch Lock Display Now
To unlock the display, touch the
icon.
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Manual Parameter Entry and Clear Function on
CVSM 2.2
All automated parameters can now
be manually entered or cleared
• All readings are marked with
“Source: Manual” on the home
screen, and are noted with an *
in the review tab next to the
value
To manually enter or clear a value:
1. Press and hold the desired
parameter frame
2. Type the desired value in the
keypad
3. Press OK
4. To clear a value, touch the
backspace button and press OK
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Custom Modifier Entry on CVSM2.2
Up to 20 custom modifiers can be entered at
the device
• Custom Modifiers will be determined by
your facility
• Connex® required
• The fields can be entered as any of the
following:
-Free text
-Drop down list
-Integer or Decimal entry
To enter Custom Modifiers:
1. Touch the Custom Modifier box on the
Home screen
2. The Manual tab appears displaying all
available fields
3. Select an entry from a dropdown list or
touch in a field to enter a value using the
keypad
4. Press OK to confirm the entries
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Custom Scoring Entry on CVSM 2.2
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Provides a facility the capability to
calculate Early Warning Scores at
the device
Scoring system is determined by
facility
Available only in Spot Check/
Intervals Monitoring.
Scoring summary will alert staff if
a further clinician notification is
required
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Manual and Modifiers Tab
On CVSM 1.7 Devices
Manual Parameters
-From the Home tab, touch the Manual parameters frame.
-Touch the up/down arrow keys or the keypad to adjust the
parameters.
-Touch OK to confirm settings and return to the Home tab.
For Modifiers
-Touch the Patients tab.
-Touch the Modifiers tab.
-Enter desired settings.
-Touch OK to accept the changes, or touch Clear to delete all entries.
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Manual and Modifiers Tab
On CVSM 2.2 Devices
• The Manual and Modifier tabs have now been
combined to eliminate an additional key press.
• User can now shortcut to the Manual tab by
pressing the manual field on the home screen.
• Once this tab is selected, all Manual and
Modifier options will be available for selection.
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Changes to Patient Profile Configuration
CVSM 1.7 to 2.2 User Interface for Patient Profile Changes
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Triage, Spot, and Monitor were the three available profiles by default.
Profile name change was done by selecting the settings tab and choosing
“profiles”. The user would then delete and type the name they desired for
the profile.
To change the default profile, the user selects the profile of choice and would
then press “save as default” from the device tab.
The available profiles by default are now:
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Triage
Spot
Intervals Monitoring (Formerly “Monitor” on 1.7)
Continuous
Users must now go into Advanced Settings to set the default profile, choose
available profiles and rename profiles.
The user can still navigate to the profiles as with 1.7; however, the editing and
changing of the default profile must be done in Advanced settings.
To change profiles in 2.2, now the user simply has to press the profile shown
at the top right of the screen. (see next slide)
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Profile Change for CVSM 2.2
1. Touch the current Profile
displayed in the status
bar.
2. Select the desired Profile
from the list provided.
-Continuous Monitoring
-Intervals Monitoring
-Spot Check
-Triage
3. Touch the Home tab to
return to the Home
screen.
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Continuous Monitoring on CVSM 2.2
CVSM 2.2 only features
• The CVSM 2.2 offers a new profile, “Continuous”
• This profile allows for the continuous collection of
data and can incorporate any one of these three
new technologies:
– Continuous capnography (Microstream® etCO2)
– Acoustic Respiration (Masimo® RRa)
– Contact-free monitoring (EarlySense®) for PR, RR
and patient movement, or contact-free
monitoring (EarlySense Safety) for patient
movement only
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Continuous Monitoring on CVSM 2.2
CVSM 2.2 only features
• Continuous Mode will allow for the continuous collection of data for
an individual patient; therefore, the review screen will change.
• Data in review will be for an individual patient only. The trend period
options will change as well.
• Continuous mode will give the team member the ability to “Pause”
monitoring.
• User can press the Pause button to suspend continuous monitoring for
a specified period of time, while maintaining patient information on
the device. CVSM can be paused for up to 4 hours. Patient monitoring
will automatically be resumed once the countdown timer expires.
• NOTE: If EtCO2, RRa, or EarlySense are purchased, training will be
provided onsite for the facility.
The next two slides illustrate the Continuous Review Screen and Pause
Monitoring features.
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Review Screen on CVSM 2.2 in Continuous
Profile
Data in review will be for an individual patient only. The
trend period options will change as well
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Pause Monitoring on CVSM 2.2
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Patient Rest Mode on CSVM 2.2
CVSM 2.2 only feature
• Patient Rest Mode is available for those customers
using the Welch Allyn Connex Clinical Surveillance
System
• While in Patient Rest Mode, the CVSM’s audio is
turned off, and the screen is dimmed.
• Visual indication of alarms remains at the device,
and audible alarms remain at the Central Station.
• The user will have the ability to turn Patient Rest
Mode on individually at a single device or for all
connected devices at the central station.
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Patient Rest Mode
• If devices are connected to a
Central Station, you may turn
on patient rest mode
• Allows disabling of audible
alarms at the bedside, but
keeps alarms on at CS
• If connectivity is lost from the
CS, alarms will revert to
previous audio state
• To use:
– Touch alarms
– Choose “Patient Rest Mode
On”
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Resources
Thank you for choosing
Welch Allyn
Customer Care:
1-800-535-6663
Website:
www.welchallyn.com
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