MAC VU360 Quick Reference Guide.PDF
MACTM VU360 Resting ECG Analysis System
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Starting a New Patient
1. Select Start New Patient to start a new patient test.
2. Prepare and connect the patient.
3. Enter patient information on the Patient Information screen using
any of the following options:
• Scanning the patient’s barcode
• Performing order or ADT query
• Attaching a patient record from the Patients list
• Attaching an order from the Orders list
• Using the device keyboard
4. Select Save to save the patient information.
5. Verify that the Hookup Advisor status is green and review the
6. Proceed with recording an ECG or rhythm.
Recording a Rhythm
Recording an ECG
1. Select Start Rhythm to record a rhythm. If the rhythm mode is:
• Paper Only, the rhythm is printed. Select Stop Rhythm at any
time to stop printing the rhythm strip.
• Digital Only, the rhythm is digitally recorded for a
configured duration and saved in the Files list, but not printed.
Select Stop Rhythm at any time to stop recording. The saved
rhythm report is displayed in the Rhythm tab.
• Both, the rhythm is digitally recorded and printed for a
configured duration and saved in the Files list. Select Stop
Rhythm at any time to stop recording and printing the rhythm
strip. The saved rhythm report is displayed in the Rhythm tab.
2. Review the rhythm report.
To continue with the same patient, go back to the Live tab and
continue to record the ECG.
To start a new patient, select Done or Start New Patient on the
1. Select Start ECG to record an ECG.
• If print preview is enabled, the patient report preview is
displayed in the ECG tab. Select Accept to accept the ECG
and save the patient report in the Files list, or select Reject
to cancel the ECG.
• If print preview is disabled, the patient report displays in
the ECG tab and is saved in the Files list.
The patient report automatically prints in the report format
configured on your device.
2. Review the ECG patient report.
To continue with the same patient, go back to the Live tab
and continue to record the ECG.
To start a new patient, select Done or Start New Patient on
Reviewing Patient Reports
1. From the Acquisition screen, select the Files tab.
2. In the Files list, select a patient report. The patient report
displays in the ECG or Rhythm tab.
3. Review the patient report and perform any of the following:
• To transmit the report, select a destination from the
Destination menu and select Transmit.
• To print a copy of the report in the displayed format, select
• To edit patient information, select Edit, or select anywhere in
the Patient Information banner.
• To delete the report, select Delete.
• To close the report, select .
Querying Orders or ADT Data
Ensure that remote patient query is configured and you have the
required privileges to query patient demographics.
1. Start a new patient test.
2. Scan the patient’s barcode, or enter Patient ID or Visit Number
on the Patient Information screen, and press the Tab or Enter
key to initiate the query.
• If multiple orders for one patient are found, they are listed in
the Orders list. Double-tap an order to attach.
• If one matching order is found, it populates the Patient
• If no orders are found, the system will query for ADT.
• If an ADT record is found, it populates the Patient
• If no matching order or ADT information is found, the data
scanned or entered is used to populate the Patient
Attaching an Order to a New Patient Test
1. Double-tap the correct patient order found from the patient
query to attach it to the patient test.
Data from the order is populated in the Patient Information
screen and the screen expands. Some populated fields are
2. Edit the remaining fields and save the patient information.
3. In the Orders list, verify that the order status is Attached.
4. Record the ECG.
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