Passport 8 and Passport 12 BEDSIDE MONITOR GUIDELINE NAME: ___________________________________________

Passport 8 and Passport 12 BEDSIDE MONITOR GUIDELINE NAME:   ___________________________________________
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Passport 8 and Passport 12
BEDSIDE MONITOR GUIDELINE
This document is a guideline only to be used as an aid to comprehensive Inservice training.
NAME: ___________________________________________
HOSPITAL: _______________________________________
DATE : ___________________________________________
VALIDATOR: ______________________________________
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A. OVERVIEW
1. Locate ON/OFF button
2. Locate communication ports and USB
ports.
3. Locate A/C connection
4. Load recorder paper/printer paper
5. Locate ECG, NIBP, SPO2, and Temp.
connection ports
6. Discuss module insertion into monitor
7. Discuss Touch screen and Navigator
knob function
8. Discuss hard and quick key buttons
a. How can a clinician select quick
keys when not displayed?
b. What quick keys remain on the
display at all times?
9. How does a clinician exit a menu?
10. Locate patient size, date and time
B. BASIC FUNCTIONS
1. Attach ECG, NIBP, and SPO2 probe
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2. ECG
a. Discuss electrode prep and
placement
b. Change Lead from II to I
c. Enhance the pacemaker
pulse/spike?
d. Start a recording of ECG
e. Stop the recording
3. SPO2
a. Discuss placement of sensor
b. Discuss the difference between the
DeSat and Low SpO2 alarm
c. Discuss the NIBP Simul feature
4. NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE
(NIBP)
a. Discuss proper cuff size
b. Set BP interval for every 10
minutes
c. Stop the NIBP cuff from inflating
d. Locate the current and last several
NIBP measurements on the main
display
5. RESPIRATIONS
a. Locate respiratory rate display
b. Respirations are obtained from
what sources?
c. Turn respiratory monitoring off
6. TEMPERATURE
a. Locate temperature port and
display tile
7. ALARMS
a. Change high HR limit to 130 bpm
b. Change low SpO2 limit to 87% and
change to a high priority alarm
c. How does a clinician know if an
alarm is turned off?
d. Discuss the difference between
alarm pause and alarm reset
including icon difference. How long
is the alarm reset or paused?
e. Discuss high, medium, and low
priority alarm notifications
f. Discuss technical alarms
g. Discuss latched alarms including
what alarms are latched and what
must be done to acknowledge a
latched alarm (Optional)
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8. Change patient size from Adult to
Pediatric
9. Admit a patient to the Passport monitor
and
a. The Panorama Central Station
b. The DPM Central Station
10. Enter first name and last name
a. In demographics window
b. Hospital admission list query
(EMR Interface Option)
11. The patient is being removed from the
monitor for a test
a. What quick button is pressed to
suspend monitoring functions?
b. Resume monitoring function
12. What is the difference between
discharge and standby?
13. Adjust SPO2 color to yellow and NIBP
color to purple. What happens upon
discharge?
14. Perform the following functions in
Tabular trends:
a. Adjust Tabular trends to display
only when a NIBP measurement is
obtained
b. Record/print trends for the last 1
hour
c. How many trends are stored? How
are they cleared?
15. How can older waveform data be
viewed? Scroll back 1 minute in time
and record the strip.
16. Adjust and discuss the following views
on the main display:
a. Big Numerics
b. View other bedside (Networking
Installation Required)
17. Discharge a patient from
a. The Panorama Central Station and
bedside monitor
b. The DPM Central Station and
bedside monitor
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18. Does the room number clear upon
discharge? Does the patient size return
to Adult once the patient is
discharged?
C. ADVANCE FUNCTIONS
1. ARRHYTHMIA*
(Passport 12 )
a. Discuss default (preset) arrhythmia
setting
b. Where are arrhythmia messages
displayed?
c. What leads are used for arrhythmia
analysis and heart rate detection?
d. Adjust the following settings:
1. Asystole to 4 seconds
2. Vtach to 6 PVC/110bpm
3. Select VFib to automatically
record
e. Discuss relearn function
2. INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURES
(IBP1-4)*
a. Discuss invasive blood pressure
monitoring setup
b. Zero an invasive line
c. Change the label from IBP1 to ART
d. Change the scale to 0 –240 on ART
e. Adjust the recorder to print Lead II
and ART waveform
3. CO2*
a. Setup up for an intubated patient
b. Setup for a non-intubated patient
c. Change the CO2 scale to 0 to 60
d. Change the sweep speed to 12.5
mm/s
4. ANESTHETIC AGENTS (AG)*
(Passport 12)
a. Discuss anesthetic agent monitoring
setup
b. What agents can the monitor
identify?
c. Adjust the agent scale to 0 -15%
d. Enter DOB for age related MAC
5. ST*
a. Enable ST analysis. How does the
clinician know it is enabled?
b. Adjust the ST alarm on Lead II to
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6. CARDIAC OUTPUT*
a. Locate the Cardiac Output function
b. Locate temperature of injectate and
patient
c. Perform three cardiac output runs
d. Discard one cardiac output run
e. Print the Cardiac Output curves
f. Accept the CO average
D. OTHER FUNCTIONS
1. Open the Dose Calculation function
a. Enter a weight of 160 pounds
b. Select the drug “Dopamine”
c. Enter a dosage of 5 mcgs/kg/min
d. How many cc/hr is this?
e. Print titration table
2. Open the Hemodynamic Calculation
a. Discuss the auto-entering of
parameter information
b. Enter/Adjust the following
information:
1. Weight: 160 lbs
2. CVP: 6mmHg
3. Calculate and print
Hemodynamic profile
3. Open the View Other screen (Network
Installation Required)
a. Select one monitor to view in
addition to the current patient
b. Display Lead II and the SPO2
waveform on a remote monitor
c. Discuss alarm reset on a remote
patient
d. What do the following bed icons
mean on the remote monitors?
1. Red
2. Yellow
3. Blue
4. Gray
E. MAINTENANCE
1. Date/Time Adjustment
a. Adjust the date and time
b. Discuss daylight saving time
consideration
2. Recalibrate the Touch Screen
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3. Disable the Touch Screen for cleaning
Re-enable the Touch Screen
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