Philips NOCTN171 Object Moved User Manual Product Brochure Intelli Vue Central Monitoring System Information Center I X (PIIC X) E8b52b87631d47c6955fa77c015cd5aa

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A clear view…
in just one look
Philips IntelliVue Information Center iX

Philips IntelliVue Information Center provides a powerful,
real-time central monitoring system that gives you one
intuitive view of each patient’s current status. With PIIC iX you
can configure the display of ECG waveforms, numerics, trends,
STEMI Limit Maps, and more — personalized to each patient’s
clinical condition.
If you already use Philips IntelliVue monitors, PIIC iX will seem
instantly familiar. And for those new to IntelliVue monitors,
it is easy to learn and use. PIIC iX interfaces with your HIS
applications and EMR and simplifies clinical workflow by
giving you the power to do more at the bedside and by
streamlining patient transfer. You can even customize alarm
profiles and limits to align with your hospital’s protocols and
to help reduce non-actionable alarms.

Key advantages
• Helps nurses maintain a clear view
of patient condition
• Supports streamlined
clinical workflow
• Helps support improved
alarm management
• Supports a continuous
patient record

Helps nurses maintain a clear view of patient condition

Supports clinical workflow

• Clinical Decision Support (CDS) tools integrated into the main
display help nurses quickly identify changes in patient condition.

• Enables the nurse to do more at the patient’s bedside, including
admission, transfer, equipment/caregiver assignments, and 12-lead
capture/review; and supports interfacing with the EMR.

- Philips’ exclusive CDS tool, the STEMI Limit Map, assists
clinicians in quickly identifying at-risk patients and is consistent
with the American Heart Association’s and American College
of Cardiology’s (AHA/ACC) recommendations for acute
coronary syndrome.
- Horizon Trends and Numerics provide representations of vital
sign changes that make deviations clear at a glance. These
provide immediate visual information of how a patient’s
measurements relate to baseline or target values, and how
measurements are trending.

- Patient admission from the hospital admission (ADT) system
supported at the IntelliVue patient monitor.
- Supports patient transfer — when the nurse simply takes the
X2 monitor and docks it to a monitor in the new unit, the patient
history is automatically transferred to the new unit.
- Ability to easily assign multiple pieces of equipment to
one patient.
• Centralized software licensing provides a pool of monitored
bed licenses, allowing the flexibility of later moving licenses
based upon changes in units, staffing, and monitoring practices.
Monitored bed licenses are no longer tied to the physical central
station hardware.
• The Report Distribution option allows export of patient monitoring
reports, including annotated wave strips, in electronic PDF
format. With the IntelliBridge Enterprise solution, these reports
can be configured to be automatically sent to the EMR via an HL7
message. This supports long-term storage and streamlined access
via the EMR.
• Lab interface provides lab data on the patient monitor and
supports ProtocolWatch Sepsis.

• Configurability of main resting display.
- Main screen patient sector features include configurable waves
and measurements, ST Maps, resuscitation status, patient group,
battery indicator, and icons for clinical status.
- Flexible Main Display supports changes in unit census
and differences in patient acuity. When a patient has been
discharged from the unit, his or her sector can be automatically
or manually minimized. Additionally, for higher acuity patients,
sectors can be automatically or manually made larger to show
more data (e.g. a STEMI limit map).
• Review applications bring together ECG waves, trends (graphical
and tabular), ST snippets, ECG statistics, and events into a
consolidated view. Up to 12 configurable review applications can
be created per unit, in order to have specialty data immediately
available, such as for a cardiac, surgical, respiratory, or neuro
intensive care unit.
• Twelve-lead full disclosure option provides storage of 12 ECG
waves at diagnostic quality (500 samples per second). Philips’
proprietary Signal Quality Indicator (SQI) helps the clinician find
the high quality 12-lead ECG from the review data. From the full
disclosure, diagnostic 12-lead ECGs can also be captured and
exported to a cardiology management system.
• Store up to seven days of patient monitoring data (full disclosure
waves, parameters, alarms, and events) for each patient, including
12 diagnostic ECG waves and eight non-ECG waves. Additionally,
full disclosure data is automatically stored for every patient for up
to seven days post-discharge.
• Supports remote viewing capabilities to keep the clinical team
informed at multiple locations, with up to 10 overviews per patient.

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Many of the features are available either as standard
or optional. Contact your sales representative for
more information.

Helps support improved alarm management
• The alarm audit log supports hospital research on alarming and
sentinel events, enabling organizations to analyze data in order to
optimize alarm limits and reduce clinically non-actionable alarms.
- Ability to filter by patient or unit, type of alert (red, yellow, blue
inops), and action taken (e.g. silence, pause, etc.).
- Alarm Audit Log contains 90 days of stored alarm-related
information and is exportable to Excel for further analysis.
• Alarm Summary report provides a snapshot of the patient’s most
frequent alarms along with the trends of major vital signs. This
report can help the clinician decide if an alarm limit change would
result in a reduction of non-actionable alarms.
• Offers ability to adjust parameter alarm limits and turn the alarm
on or off in the patient sector.
• Provides up to 25 alarm profiles for telemetry patients, same as
those available on monitors.
• Day/Night Automatic Volume Adjustment supports configurable
and automatic adjustment of volume levels for day vs. night to
support reduced alarm volume at night when patients need rest.
Supports a continuous patient record
• Trend Upload – up to eight hours of numeric data from the bedside
monitor is uploaded to the PIIC iX when the monitoring devices are
back on the network.
• HL7 Store and Forward – PIIC iX also provides the ability to store
the HL7 data and send it to the EMR. Note: Not all electronic
records will accept historical data.
• Synchronization from Local Mode – provides continuous patient
demographics and data review, even after a disconnect from the
primary server.

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