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Reference
Symbol
Name
Definition
Note
IEC 60878 5643
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Zero line shift
To identify the control to shift the zero line in a positive or negative direction.
  • Note 1 – To indicate a shift of the zero line in one direction only omit the other arrow.
IEC 60878 5647
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Display in cascade
To identify the control or the indicator for displaying one channel in a cascade mode, for example on a medical monitoring equipment, to follow characteristics of a patient, such as electrocardiogram (ECG).
IEC 60878 5648
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Display transfer
To identify the control or the indicator for transfering the display parameters from one channel to another, for example, on patient monitoring equipment, for moving the ECG signal from the upper channel to the lower channel.
IEC 60878 5652
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Baseline adjustment
To identify the control or the indicator for adjusting the baseline.
IEC 60878 5653
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Baseline reset to a determined value
To identify the control which compensates for deviations, in order to reset the displayed base level, e.g. to a specific set point.
IEC 60878 5847
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Trend
To indicate a reference to trend information.
IEC 60878 5658
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Distance measurement
To identify the control or the indicator for measuring a distance.
IEC 60878 5795
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ECG triggered display
To identify the control or the indicator for the display of electrocardiogram (ECG) triggered sequences.
IEC 60878 5737
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Respiratory triggering
To identify the control or the indicator to select respiratory triggering, for example on lithotripsy equipment for the release of shockwaves.
IEC 60878 5649
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ALARMS LIMITS
To identify the control to display or set ALARM LIMITS.
IEC 60878 5650
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Upper ALARMS LIMIT
To identify the control to display or set the upper ALARM LIMIT.
IEC 60878 5651
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Lower ALARMS LIMIT
To identify the control to display or set the lower ALARM LIMIT.