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[[File:Oximeter.png|right|frame|Pulse Oximeter]]<br />
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<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Overview</h3><br />
 
With the pulse oximeter, your loved one can monitor pulse and oxygen saturation levels, which will be recorded automatically in the system. The process operates completely wirelessly. Caregivers can log in to see the readings, and to set up rules, for example to alert caregivers when a reading has been taken, or to remind the loved one if a reading hasn't been taken at the expected time.</td></tr>
 
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<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Supported Model</h3>
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A pulse oximeter can be added to the GrandCare System to record blood oxygen levels.</br> The pulse oximeter is battery-operated and Bluetooth-enabled to communicate wirelessly with the system.<br />
There is one particular model of pulse oximeter that can be integrated with a system, the Nonin brand Onyx II model 9560 wireless pulse oximeter with Bluetooth. The device is battery-operated, and communicates with the system wirelessly via Bluetooth. As part of the installation process, a [[Bluetooth Antenna Configuration|Bluetooth antenna will be installed]], and the [[Add a Pulse Oximeter|pulse oximeter will be paired with your system]], so that the signals are picked up properly. It will also be assigned to the resident(s) who will be using it, so that readings will be recorded for the correct person. This is typically done for you by your installer.<br /><br />
 
  
[[File:OximeterReadings.png|right|frame|Pulse Oximeter Readings]]
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Caregivers can log onto the <u>[[Online Care Portal|Online Care Portal]]</u> to view <u>[[Health Reports|Health Reports]]</u> and to set up custom <u>[[Wellness Notifications and Acknowledgements|Wellness Notifications and Acknowledgements]]</u>.<br />
<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Taking a Reading</h3>
 
The pulse oximeter comes with manufacturer-provided directions for installing the batteries, attaching the components of the device, and taking a safe and accurate reading, which your loved one should follow.  Once the reading has been taken, it will be transmitted to the system automatically.<br /><br />
 
  
<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Assigning the Reading</h3>
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Residents can view their Health Readings by using the <u>[[Wellness|Wellness Button]]</u> on the Touchscreen.<br />  
In some cases, a pulse oximeter will be shared by multiple residents. In that case, when a reading is taken, it must be assigned to the appropriate resident.<br /><br />
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:<big>'''To assign a reading:'''</big>
 
::#At the Touchscreen Main Menu, press the "[[Caregiving]]" button
 
::#Enter the 4-digit [[System PIN]] number
 
::#Press the "Assign Reading" button
 
::#There may be more than one unassigned reading on the system. The first will be displayed. Press the "Select Resident" button.
 
::#Select the appropriate resident, then press the "OK" button
 
::#If there are additional readings to be assigned, the next one will appear, otherwise the screen will show that there are no more readings to be assigned<br /><br />
 
  
<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Viewing the Readings on the Touchscreen</h3><br /><br />
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==Taking a Pulse Oximetry Reading==
:<big>'''To view assigned readings at the Touchscreen:'''</big>
 
::#At the Main Menu, press the "[[Wellness]]" button
 
::#Press the button for the appropriate resident
 
::#If the Resident has a [[System PIN|Personal PIN]], it may be required now
 
::#Press the "Oximeter" button
 
::#Readings for the current month will display - press the arrow buttons to navigate to other months<br /><br />
 
  
[[File:OximeterRuleCondition.png|right|frame|Define a Rule Condition]]
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Follow all manufacturer-provided directions for setting up and using the pulse oximeter, including battery installation, taking accurate readings, and device care.<br />
[[File:OximeterRuleAction.png|right|frame|Define a Rule Action]]
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'''Once the reading has been taken, it will be sent to the system automatically.'''<br />
<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Viewing the Readings Remotely</h3>
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Caregivers can view pulse oximeter readings from any Internet-connected computer.<br /><br />  
 
:<big>'''To view readings:'''</big>
 
::#Open the [[Care Menu]] from the [[Online Care Portal]]
 
::#Open the Wellness module
 
::#In the Wellness People area, click the Pulse Oximeter icon for the appropriate resident
 
::#Readings for the current month will display - press the arrow buttons to navigate to other months<br /><br />
 
  
<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Printing the Readings</h3>
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==Supported Models==
You can print a list of the readings from the Account Dashboard. To generate a printable report, see the [[Health Reports|Health Reports help page]].<br /><br />
 
  
<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Setting Rules</h3>
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There are variety of models that can be used with the GrandCare System. For a full listing of supported health devices, see our <u>[[Media:SupportedHardwareList.pdf|Supported Hardware List]]</u>. Use the manufacturer’s directions that came with the device to identify the model you have.<br />
You can set up rules to alert caregivers when a reading is taken, or if a scheduled reading is not taken.<br /><br />
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:<big>'''To add a rule:'''</big>
 
::#Open the [[Care Menu]] from the [[Online Care Portal]]
 
::#Click the "Wellness" button
 
::#In the Wellness Rules section, click the "Add New Rule" button<br /><br />
 
  
:There are two parts to each rule, a condition and an action. On the first screen, choose the condition.<br /><br />  
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==Adding a Pulse Oximeter to the GrandCare System==
:<big>'''Your rule can be triggered:'''</big>
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All <u>[[Wellness Devices|Wellness Devices]]</u> require a <u>[[Bluetooth Antenna Configuration|Bluetooth Antenna]]</u> to communicate with the touchscreen. These devices can be added through the <u>[[Setup Wizard|Setup Wizard]]</u> on the touchscreen or manually through the <u>[[Online Care Portal|Online Care Portal]]</u>.<br />
::*Whenever a pulse oximeter reading is taken
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::*If a pulse oximeter reading isn't taken between a particular time range
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:<big>'''Through the Touchscreen Setup Wizard'''</big>
::*If a pulse oximeter reading isn't taken all day<br /><br />
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:The first time you turn on a new GrandCare System, the <u>[[Setup Wizard|Setup Wizard]]</u> will start automatically and guide you through setting up your <u>[[Wellness Devices|Wellness Devices]]</u>.<br/>'''This is the easiest way to add devices''', as the system will guide you through the setup process step-by-step.<br /><br />
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:If you are adding a device to an already configured system, see the <u>[[Setup Wizard|Setup Wizard]]</u> page for instructions on re-starting the Wizard.<br />
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:Once you have defined the condition, you need to set the action. Possible actions include contacting a single caregiver, all caregivers, or a [[Call List]].<br /><br />  
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:<big>'''Manually Through the Care Portal'''</big>
:<big>'''The types of contact include:'''</big>
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::*Email
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:# Log into the '''<u>[[Online Care Portal|Online Care Portal]]</u>''' and open the <u>[[Care Menu|Care Menu]]</u>.
::*Text message
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:# Click the '''"Wellness"''' button.
::*Phone call to home, work or cell phone
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:# Under Wellness Devices, click '''"Add New Device"'''.
::*Phone call to a [[Call List|Call List]]<br /><br />
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:# Enter a name for the device to identify it.
 
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:# Select the proper device type and model.</br>When finished, click '''"Next"''' to continue.
:<big>'''Examples of rules might be:'''</big>
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:# Enter the device '''Serial Number''' (found etched on the side of the device - note that only the last 6 digits of the Serial Number are needed).
::*If a pulse oximeter reading is taken, email all caregivers, so they can view the reading
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:# Enter the device '''Bluetooth ID''' (called the BDA on the device, and found etched on the side of the device).
::*If a pulse oximeter reading isn't taken before noon, text an adult child who can remind the parent
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:# Click the '''"Finish"''' button.
::*If a pulse oximeter reading isn't taken at a set time, phone the loved one with a reminder - only caregivers can receive alerts from rules, but a loved one can easily be [[Caregivers|added as a caregiver]] for this purpose<br /><br />
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:Multiple rules can be triggered for any event, so that multiple types of alerts can be sent out, for example both phone calls and emails.<br /><br />
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:<big>'''Manually Pairing the Nonin Onyx II 9560 Pulse Oximeter'''</big>
 
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:The Nonin Onyx II 9560 Pulse Oximeter requires an additional step to complete pairing of the device.
:A checkbox next to the rule lets you set whether the rule is enabled or disabled. It might make sense to turn off a rule while your loved one is on vacation, so that alerts won't be sent out during that time. You can disable a rule by unchecking the box. When you're ready for the rule to be active again, just check the Enabled checkbox again, and then save the rule settings.<br /><br />
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:# At the '''Touchscreen''', touch the [[Settings Button|<i class="fa fa-gear"></i> <u>'''Settings Button'''</u>]].
:It's a good idea to "white list" the alert email address in your email account, so that alert emails from your loved one's system don't get treated as spam by your email. Methods for doing this vary among email programs, but one good way is to add "noreply@grandcare.com" as a contact in your email address book.<br /><br />
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:# Enter the '''<u>[[System PIN|System PIN]]</u>'''.
 
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:# Touch the '''"Devices"''' button.
<h3 style="display: inline-block; background:#ffffff; font-weight:bold; border-bottom:2px solid #6093cc; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Verified Range of Accuracy</h3>
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:# Select the pulse oximeter in the Devices list - the Pulse Oximeter Monitor Details Screen will appear.
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:# Touch the '''"Pair Device"''' button.
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:# Follow the directions on the screen: insert your finger into the device, and then touch the '''"Start Pairing"''' button.
! Minimums !! Maximums
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:# Wait while it pairs - you will see a '''Success Message''' when pairing is complete.
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| Minimum bpm: 50 || Maximum bpm:  112
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==Troubleshooting==
| Minimum %SpO2: 89 || Maximum %SpO2: 100
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If you are having trouble adding the blood pressure device to the system.
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:* Make sure you have the <u>[[Bluetooth Antenna|Bluetooth Antenna]]</u> set up correctly.
[[Safety Precautions|View the Safety Precautions page]]<br /><br />
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:* Make sure you have entered the device Serial Number and Bluetooth ID correctly.
 
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:* Make sure that this pulse oximeter is not configured on any other systems in Bluetooth range.
<small>[[Media:PulseOximeter.pdf|PDF format]]</small><br />
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:* If using the Nonin Onyx II 9560 model, try doing the pairing steps again.
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<div style="text-align: right; margin:5px;">'''<small>GC-01-OUM-0004 Rev G</small><br />[[Media:PulseOximeter.pdf|<i class="fa fa-file-pdf-o"></i> PDF Format]]'''</div>

Revision as of 15:46, 25 July 2014

Pulse Oximeter

A pulse oximeter can be added to the GrandCare System to record blood oxygen levels.</br> The pulse oximeter is battery-operated and Bluetooth-enabled to communicate wirelessly with the system.

Caregivers can log onto the Online Care Portal to view Health Reports and to set up custom Wellness Notifications and Acknowledgements.

Residents can view their Health Readings by using the Wellness Button on the Touchscreen.

Taking a Pulse Oximetry Reading

Follow all manufacturer-provided directions for setting up and using the pulse oximeter, including battery installation, taking accurate readings, and device care.
Once the reading has been taken, it will be sent to the system automatically.

Supported Models

There are variety of models that can be used with the GrandCare System. For a full listing of supported health devices, see our Supported Hardware List. Use the manufacturer’s directions that came with the device to identify the model you have.

Adding a Pulse Oximeter to the GrandCare System

All Wellness Devices require a Bluetooth Antenna to communicate with the touchscreen. These devices can be added through the Setup Wizard on the touchscreen or manually through the Online Care Portal.

Through the Touchscreen Setup Wizard
The first time you turn on a new GrandCare System, the Setup Wizard will start automatically and guide you through setting up your Wellness Devices.
This is the easiest way to add devices, as the system will guide you through the setup process step-by-step.

If you are adding a device to an already configured system, see the Setup Wizard page for instructions on re-starting the Wizard.


Manually Through the Care Portal


  1. Log into the Online Care Portal and open the Care Menu.
  2. Click the "Wellness" button.
  3. Under Wellness Devices, click "Add New Device".
  4. Enter a name for the device to identify it.
  5. Select the proper device type and model.</br>When finished, click "Next" to continue.
  6. Enter the device Serial Number (found etched on the side of the device - note that only the last 6 digits of the Serial Number are needed).
  7. Enter the device Bluetooth ID (called the BDA on the device, and found etched on the side of the device).
  8. Click the "Finish" button.



Manually Pairing the Nonin Onyx II 9560 Pulse Oximeter
The Nonin Onyx II 9560 Pulse Oximeter requires an additional step to complete pairing of the device.


  1. At the Touchscreen, touch the Settings Button.
  2. Enter the System PIN.
  3. Touch the "Devices" button.
  4. Select the pulse oximeter in the Devices list - the Pulse Oximeter Monitor Details Screen will appear.
  5. Touch the "Pair Device" button.
  6. Follow the directions on the screen: insert your finger into the device, and then touch the "Start Pairing" button.
  7. Wait while it pairs - you will see a Success Message when pairing is complete.



Troubleshooting

If you are having trouble adding the blood pressure device to the system.

  • Make sure you have the Bluetooth Antenna set up correctly.
  • Make sure you have entered the device Serial Number and Bluetooth ID correctly.
  • Make sure that this pulse oximeter is not configured on any other systems in Bluetooth range.
  • If using the Nonin Onyx II 9560 model, try doing the pairing steps again.





GC-01-OUM-0004 Rev G
PDF Format