GE HealthCare - Apex Pro Telemetry System
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ApexPro Telemetry System produces exclusive performance advantages that help you handle rapidly mobilizing patients more reliably, efficiently and cost-effectively than any other telemetry system.

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7 years ago
ApexPro FH
Does any one know where to the OpenNet expert software to configure the access point and FH transceivers?I Need to add FH to my ApexPro CH system.Reply


8 years ago
PAC FAQ: Learn How to Assign a TTX Number to your GE ApexPro Telemetry Transmitter - Episode_06

Episode 6 - Learn How To Assign a TTX Number to your GE ApexPro Telemetry Transmitter

Today we are going show you how to assign a TTX Number to your GE ApexPro or ApexPro CH Telemetry Transmitter.

Here we have an ApexPro CH Telemetry Transmitter.

First, we will identify the TTX Number. What is the TTX Number? The TTX Number is the frequency of the device and is located on the backside of the unit near the battery door (here we have TTX 8656AP).

 After identifying the TTX Number, go to the CIC (Central Information Center) and click on the ADMIT button to start the process.

 A Patient Information Window will appear. Fill out the necessary information (Last and First Name, Patient ID and Age). 

 In the Bed drop down menu, select any available bed (here we will select 340A).

In the ECG From drop down menu, select the matching TTX Number which we had identified earlier on the backside of the Telemetry unit (TTX 8656AP).

Click the ADMIT button in lower right corner and send the admit data. 

Give the device a few seconds to LEARN the ECG Signal from the Telemetry Unit.

Once the ECG Signal has been recognized, you are now ready to set up the ECG Set and begin patient monitoring.

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9 years ago
Apex Pro CH battery doors

Most of out Apex Pro CH transmitter are having an issue with the battery doors getting stuck.  Stuck so bad that you have to use a paper clip to get them opened and closed.  The other issue is that at times the tranmitters will not light up at all.  You may have to mess with the battery door to get the lead light to light.  What is the best way to clean these transmitter battery compatments?  Is there a way to remove the battery door?  I am thinking that the contacts have some gunk on them.  We currently use Sani-Cloth Bleach Wipes to sanitize our transmitters.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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