The Philips event monitoring connects up to four parameters from IntelliVue patient monitors.
Electronic records to specific episodes in a patient, which can also be created manually or automatically for predefined clinical situations. Users define the constellation, which purports to be an event, and decide which parameters are to be recorded. In the event database, the physiological data with a time stamp, and name and bed of the patient are stored.
Neonatal Event Review
The Neonatal Event Review detects and documents apnea , desaturation and bradycardia , and provides information on the diagnosis and management of neonatal intensive care patients.
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By detecting and documenting clinically significant patient events, the event monitoring to increase efficiency and helps support clinical decision-making.
The event collection can be manually before and after a start PAWP measurement. The automatic recording of events, by a particular alarm, for example, Apnea, triggered, or when a particular vital parameters of the patient (eg, heart rate ) exceeds or falls below preset limits.
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The on-screen at the patient monitor Smart button " Event Monitoring " allows :
• Change of event triggers
• Check stored events
• Manually creating an event and current data
In the event summary all the events of the database can be displayed or filtered by event groups. Events can be printed and added to the patient's needs.
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