IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This manual will help you perform preventive maintenance on your MTTS CPAP device.
Preventive maintenance should be performed every 6 months and all the information
required to do this is enclosed in this manual. Your CPAP came with a tool box which
contains all the tools and spare parts for the first session of preventive maintenance.
For all further maintenance you will have to order spare parts from MTTS.
The tool box includes:
1 screw driver,
6 large cotton buds,
1 bottle of MTTS OPTIMA ,
4 screws: M4 buttonhead, machine screw, 10mm
1 screw: M4 buttonhead, self-tapping, 30mm
4 screws: M4 flat countersunk, self-tapping, 30mm
1 green filter,
1 white filter,
1 black seal,
1 tube of glue 502,
1 tube- set,
1 inner - tube cap,
1 inner - tube plug
If you have any technical problem please call the MTTS hotline at:
Tel: + 84 43 766 6521
Fax: + 84 43 766 3844
Email: assistance@mtts-asia.com
Contact person: Mr. Hung Nguyen Quang
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CPAP MTC 0607 VER 1.1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important information
-3-
Table of contents
-4-
Introduction
-5-
CPAP System
-6-
Air compressor
-7-
Fi02 blender
- 14 -
Pressure thermos
- 18 -
Humidifier and heater
- 23 -
Front panel of CPAP control unit
- 29 -
Back panel of CPAP control unit
- 31 -
Troubleshooting
- 33 -
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INTRODUCTION
CPAP - Continuous Positive Airways Pressure - is one method used to support
neonates with respiratory distress and assists them in maintaining continuous positive
airway pressure while breathing on their own.
What does CPAP do?
- Keeps alveoli open during exhalation,
- Increases continuous O2/CO2 exchange in the lungs,
- Increases exchanges between the alveoli and the blood vessels,
- Removes and redistributes the water in the blood vessels of the lungs,
- Inflates the small bronchi and drains sputum,
- Increases the volume of air circulation,
- Reduces respiratory tract resistance and respiratory frequency,
- Stabilizes the thorax,
- Improves function of the diaphragm,
- Maintains Functional Residual Capacity (FRC),
- Helps reduce the amount of work required by the infant to breathe,
- Can reduce the need for intubations and mechanical ventilation,
Note:
Before beginning any technical tasks, DO NOT FORGET to put the brake on the
wheels in order to prevent the CPAP from moving. Turn OFF the CPAP and unplug it
from the 220V.
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CPAP SYSTEM
The MTTS CPAP system is composed of:
1. Air Compressor,
2. FiO2 Blender with flow meters (Air and O2),
3. Pressure Thermos,
4. Humidifier and Heater,
5. Front panel of CPAP,
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6. Back panel of CPAP,
7. Tube-set.
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4
3
2
5
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DRAW.1
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AIR COMPRESSOR
1.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE:
The main function of the air compressor is to provide a low pressure (408
cmH2O) air flow at a maximum rate of 50 l/minute. Compression pressure is at 285,5
cmH2O.
The air compressor operates using a diaphragm mechanism similar to the
cardiopulmonary system.The diaphragm rests between the motor and machinery cover
to ensure clean air is used during compression. Two rubber layers push
continuously so the compressor does not need a lubricant which in turn ensures it
passes clean air. This diaphragm needs to be changed every year. Send your
compressor back to MTTS for diaphragm replacement.
The output airway also includes a 2-layer air filter to ensure the patient
breathes clean air. This part should be changed every 6 months and can be easily done
by a technician.
2.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventive maintenance must be performed every 6 months by a hospital technician.
2.1.
Look at the general aspect of the air compressor
2.1.1. Sticker: can the text on the sticker
be read? If not call MTTS for a
replacement.
2.1.2. Inspect the tube connector.
If broken or leaking call MTTS for a
replacement.
Pic.1
Pic.2
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2.2.
Open the compressor
2.2.1. Remove the compressor from its base and turn it upside down on the floor.
BE VERY CAREFUL.
2.2.2. Remove the 4 screws on the base of the compressor.
4 screws: if one is
missing replace it.
You will find
replacement parts
in the tool box.
Pic.3
2.2.3. Turn the compressor right-side-up.
2.2.4. Remove the screw on the side and remove the cover.
2.2.4.1. Remove the screw: if missing, replace it.
You will find a replacement part in the
tool box (M4 button-head, self-tapping
30mm).
2.2.4.2. Remove the cover.
Pic.4
2.2.5. Remove the 2 filters: green and white.
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2.2.6. Remove 2 screws.
2.2.6.1. R e m ove 2 f i l t e r s :
green and white
(under the green).
2.2.6.2. Remove the 2 screws.
Pic.5
2.2.7. You can open the air compressor by removing the grey cover
Unscrew the 4 screws and remove the black cover.
Pic.6
Pic.7
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2.2.8. Use a vacuum-cleaner or compressed air to remove dust inside the air
compressor
Clean with a vacuumcleaner or compressed air
to remove ALL the dust in
the air compressor and
around the diaphragm.
Pic.8
2.3.
Close the compressor and replace parts
2.3.1. Replace the black cover and screw it in with the 4 screws and washers. If you
are missing screws or washers you will find replacement parts in the tool box
(M4, buttonhead, machine screw, 10mm).
Replace the black cover
and screw in the 4 small
screws and washers.
You will find replacement
parts in the tool box (M4,
buttonhead, machine screw,
10mm).
Pic.9
Pic.10
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2.3.2. Replace the grey cover on the air compressor.
Pic.11
2.3.3. Turn the unit upside down and screw in the 4 screws.
4 screws: if one is
missing replace it.
You
will
find
replacement parts
in the tool box
(screw M5).
Pic.12
Pic.13
2.3.4. Stand the compressor upright.
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2.3.5. Screw in the two smaller screws and put in new filters.
2.3.5.1. Screw in the 2 screws
(You will find replacement
parts in the tool box M4 flat countersunk, self tapping 30mm).
Pic.14
Pic.15
2.3.5.2. Change the two filters.
Put the white filter in first
and then the green. (You
will
find
replacement
parts in the tool box).
Pic.16
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2.3.6. Substitute the old seal for a new one and replace the blue cover.
2.3.6.1. Change the seal. (You will
find a replacement seal in
the tool box).
Pic.17
Pic.18
2.3.6.2. Close the cover.
2.3.6.3. Screw in the screw and
use a bit of 502 glue from
the tool box to keep it in
place: if the screw is
missing replace it. You will
find replacement parts in
the tool box.
(M4 buttonhead, selftapping 30mm).
Pic.19
Pic.20
2.3.7. Finally, use a tissue to clean the outside surface of the compressor with an
antimicrobial hand sanitizer used in your hospital or MTTS Optima. NEVER
use water as it could penetrate the air compressor and damage it.
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FiO2 BLENDER
1.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE:
Oxygen and air enter the blender through 2 tubes. The oxygen and air is mixed
to become FiO2 and transmitted into the patient in a ratio set by the user.
The FiO2 blender is composed of 2 identical parts.
2.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventive maintenance should be performed every 6 months. It can be done
on both flow meters at the same time or separately.
2.1.
Inspect the blender
On the front panel:
2.1.1. Stickers: can the text on the sticker
still be read? If not call MTTS for a
replacement.
Pic.21
2.1.2. Check that the knobs for air and O2
work perfectly and you can still read
the text on the knobs. Turn the knobs
right and left to check if they turn
smoothly.
On the back panel:
2.1.3. Inspect the three connectors :
2.1.3.1. Connect and disconnect each tube to
ensure the connectors work well and
don’t need to be forced.
Pic.22
2.1.3.2. If any of them are broken call MTTS for a replacement part.
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2.2.
Cleanthetwoflowmeters(O2andAir)
The following steps show the cleaning process for ONLY one flowmeter BUT
you have to do this EVERY 6 months for BOTH flow meters.
2.2.1. Remove the outer tube from the flow meter by turning the cylinder in an
anticlockwise direction. Put the cylinder to one side
Pic.23
Pic.24
Pic.25
2.2.2. Clean the outer tube with a tissue moistened with an
antimicrobial hand sanitizer used in your hospital or
MTTS Optima.
2.2.3. Remove the inner tube with the metal ball from the
flow meter.
BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO LOSE THE METAL BALL.
Pic.26
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2.2.4. Open the inner tube, put all the parts aside and clean the tube.
Take a large cotton bud,
put some antimicrobial
hand sanitizer used in
your hospital or MTTS
Optima on it and clean the
inside of the tube (be very
careful not to lose the
small parts).
Pic.27
Pic.28
Pic.29
BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO LOSE THE
METAL BALL.
If you are missing some parts, you will find
replacements in the tool box.
Pic.30
2.3.
Replacethetwoflowmeters(O2andAir)
2.3.1. Take the tube and replace the ball, inner-tube
cap and the inner-tube plug.
2.3.1.1. Replace the ball in the tube.
Be careful not to lose it.
2.3.1.2. Replace the cap and plug.
Pic.31
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2.3.2. Replace the inner tube on the blender.
Pic.32
2.3.3. Then take a tissue moistened with an antimicrobial hand sanitizer used in your
hospital such as MTTS Optima and then clean the outer tube. When this is
done, place this outer tube over the inner tube (Pic.33) and fix it to the
machine by turning it clockwise (Pic.34).
Pic.33
Pic.34
2.3.4. Finally, clean the blender with a tissue moistened with an antimicrobial hand
sanitizer used in your hospital such as MTTS Optima. NEVER use water - it
could penetrate the machine and damage it.
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PRESSURE THERMOS
1.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE:
Breaths from the patient are transmitted into the CPAP thermos to maintain
continuous positive airway pressure through the output airway system. The
CPAP water thermos is made of a transparent bottle and a blue lid which can
be opened. On the lid you will notice:
- a white adapter with a metal tube running through it. One end of the metal
tube goes into the bottle and the other end is used to connect the canula
which goes to the nose of the patient.
- a hole which helps in removing the redundant air when the patient is
breathing.
When the patient exhales, their breath travels through the tube and into the
water. The depth of the tube in the water controls the resistance against both
the patient’s exhaling breath and the FiO2 supply. The deeper the tube is in the
water the stronger the resistance is, and vice-versa.
Canula going to the patient
White adapter with hole
Blue lid
Metal tube immersed
in distilled water
Pic.35
Pic.36
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2.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventive maintenance should be performed every 6 months.
2.1.
Disconnect the canula from the metal tube
The canula should slide off easily by lifting the blue
ring as you pull gently.
Black connector to canula
Blue ring
Lid assembly
Pic.37
2.2.
Clean the bottle
Open the bottle by turning the blue lid
anticlockwise.
Take the bottle and wash it with a bottle
brush using soap and water. Rinse it twice
and then dry it upside down.
Pic.38
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2.3.
Clean the blue lid, white adapters and tube
2.3.1. Now you have to remove the lid assembly
from the metal tube. Slide the tube out of
the lid assembly to obtain 2 separate parts.
Pic.39
Pic.40
2.3.2. Separate the blue lid from the white adapter to obtain 2 separate parts.
Pic.41
2.3.3. On the white adapter, detach the upper part from the lower part by turning
the upper part anticlockwise.
Pic.42
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Pic.43
2.3.4. Moisten a large cotton bud with an antimicrobial hand sanitizer used in your
hospital such as MTTS Optima and then clean inside both parts.
2.3.5. Use a tissue moistened with an
antimicrobial hand sanitizer used
in your hospital or MTTS Optima
to clean the metal tube.
2.4.
Pic.44
Clean the canula.
If you can access compressed air in your hospital, use it to clean the inside of
the canula. If not, rinse the inside several times with water.
2.5.
Reassemble everything and change parts if required.
2.5.1. Put the white adapter back together by screwing
the upper part into the lower part in a clockwise
direction. Do not tighten the upper part as the
metal tube is still to be inserted. Place the blue lid
over the white adapter. If you are missing any parts
you will find replacements in the tool box.
Pic.45
Pic.46
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2.5.2. Slide the metal tube halfway through this assembly. Make sure
the bevelled end of the metal tube is at the bottom. Tighten
the upper part of the white adapter.
halfway
Pic.47
2.5.3. Lift the blue ring of the canula connector and gently
push it onto the metal tube.
Pic.48
2.5.4. Screw the blue lid into the pressure thermos bottle
by turning the blue lid clockwise.
Pic.49
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HUMIDIFIER AND HEATER
1.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE:
FiO2 from the air blender is sent through the humidifier bottle and then to
the patient. The humidifier is composed of:
- Humidifier bottle,
- A water heater element which creates humid FiO2,
- A tube-set which heats the FiO2 to a set temperature.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Tube-set going to the back panel of the CPAP
FiO2 tube (from blender to humidifier bottle)
Warming tube
Canula and tube-set (see following page for tube-set information)
Humidifier
Thermos plate
Heat resistance
2.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventive maintenance must be performed every 6 months by a hospital technician.
2.1.
Clean bottle
2.1.1. Completely disconnect the FiO2 tube.
2.1.2. Open the bottle by turning the blue lid
anticlockwise.
2.1.3. Take the bottle and wash it with a bottle
brush using soap and water. Rinse it twice
and then dry it upside down.
Pic.50
2.1.4. Rinse the inside of the FiO2 tube and dry it with compressed air.
2.2.
Clean the tube-set
(found in the canula)
Element adaptor Air heater element Temperature sensor
The tube set is
composed of
different parts:
Pic.51
Electrical wire
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7-pin electrical connector
(plugs into back panel of CPAP)
Now that you know the components of the tube-set, you can clean it. For this you
need to take the tube-set out of the canula.
2.2.1. Firstly, pull the canula off the Y-adaptor.
Pic.52
2.2.2. Remove the tube-set from the back
panel of the CPAP by turning the ring
on the 7-pin connector anticlockwise
and then unplugging.
Pic.53
2.2.3. Remove the element adaptor from the
T-connector by pulling it. If it is difficult
to remove wriggle it loose.
T-connector
Pic.54
2.2.4. Continue to extract the tube-set from the canula. When it is completely
removed, put it to one side and clean with a tissue moistened with
antimicrobial hand sanitizer used in your hospital such as MTTS Optima.
2.3.
Clean the metal tube
Take a tissue moistened with antimicrobial hand sanitizer used in your hospital
such as MTTS Optima and clean the metal tube.
Pic.55
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2.4.
Put everything back together
2.4.1. Replace the bottle in its holder
2.4.2. Screw the blue lid clockwise onto the bottle
2.4.3. Re-connect all the parts to the humidifier
bottle:
Pic.56
2.4.3.1. Make sure the 7-pin electrical connector is in good
condition. If not, please call MTTS to get a replacement.
Do not use the CPAP if this connector is faulty.
Pic.57
2.4.3.2. Take the tube-set and slide it into the canula, until
the element adaptor reaches the T-connector on the
bottle. You may need to lay the canula out flat to do
this. Push these two connectors together until they
mate firmly (Pic.59 to Pic.61).
Pic.58
Pic.59
Pic.60
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Pic.61
2.4.4. Plug the tube-set into the back panel of the CPAP.
Plug in the 7-pin electrical connector and turn the
ring on the connector clockwise.
Pic.62
Pic.63
2.4.5. Now connect the canula to the Y-adaptor,
Pic.64
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2.4.6. Reconnect the FiO2 tube to both the blender and the humidifier bottle. If the
humidifier-end of the FiO2 tube is in poor condition, cut 1cm off with scissors.
In case the tube becomes too short please call MTTS for a replacement. Do
NOT cut the blender-end of the FiO2 tube.
Pic.65
Pic.66
Pic.67
Pic.68
Tube connected to the humidifier.
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FRONT PANEL OF CPAP Control Unit
1.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE:
The CPAP is controlled by the user interface on the front panel of the Control
Unit. The Control Unit runs on 220V, 50-60Hz and has a maximum power
consumption of 45W.
1.1.
SET TEMP and alarm
The FiO2 temperature in the tube-set canula
can be set from 35°C to 38.9°C by the SET
TEMP knob.
If the FiO2 temperature in the canula exceeds
38.9°C an alarm will sound and a light will flash.
The orange button can be used to enable the
alarm audio.
Pic.69
Alarm indicator
Alarm audio enable
Pic.70
If anything on the Control Unit front panel is not working please call MTTS
for service.
1.2.
Alphanumeric displays
The top alphanumeric display (red 7 segments) shows the set temperature
(not the current temperature). This value is changed by the SETTEMP knob.
The numbers will appear in red. If the numbers do not appear correctly then
call MTTS for service.
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On the bottom alphanumeric display (LCD display) there are 2 lines:
- The first line shows “Sensor: XX °C”, where XX corresponds to the air
temperature at the sensor in the tube-set (see tube-set Pic.51).
- The second line shows “Heater: YY%”, where YY% corresponds to the power
of the air heater element in the tube-set. 100% indicates that the air heater
is running at maximum power. 0% indicates that the heater is off. The power of
the heater automatically changes in order to match the SETTEMP.
Sensor(first line);
Heater(second line)
Pic.71
1.3.
Humidifiercontrol:
This knob controls the level of humidity from minimum
to maximum. If water is condensing in the canula then
turn the humidity down. The humidity setting may need
to be changed depending on atmospheric humidity.
If the knob appears broken or isn’t functionning call
MTTS for service.
Pic.72
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BACK PANEL OF THE CPAP
CONTROL UNIT
(5)
(4)
On the back panel you will find:
- power supply cord (1),
- 2 x 220V outlets (connect
compressor to one of these) (2, 3),
- tube-set connector (4),
- 4 diagnostic buttons
(their function will be explained in
the next section) (5).
(3)
(2)
(1)
Pic.73
The four buttons on the back panel are used only for technicians to aid service
personnel in testing the CPAP. When you press one of these buttons the bottom
display will respond as follows:
first line
second line
Pic.74
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Pic.75
If you press button 1:
You will read:
- first line:
- second line:
current date and time (dd-mm-yy
hh:mn),
number of hours CPAP in use( ------------ hour on),
If you press button 2:
You will read:
- first and second line show temperature values of all internal temperature channels:
1: Tube-set temperature
2: Ambient temperature
3: Ambient temperature
4: Not connected (NC)
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If you press button 3:
You will read:
- first line: product name (Infant CPAP)
- second line: Firmware software version (CPSW LH081017 DS)
Button 4 currently has no function.
Now you are almost finished with preventive maintenance. Clean the outside of the
machine, the wheels, the support of the CPAP and the front panel using a tissue with
antimicrobial hand sanitizer used in your hospital or MTTS Optima.
Plug the CPAP power cable into 220V and turn ON the CPAP with
the ON/OFF switch on the front panel. Perform the tests found in
section 3 of this book and send a copy of the results to MTTS.
Keep one copy for yourself.
If, during testing, you discover some problems with the CPAP write
the problem down in the relevant part of the test report. Use the
troubleshooting file in section 2 of this book to try and solve the
problem. If you cannot solve the problem call MTTS for service.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
1.
When I turn ON the CPAP the alarm doesn’t sound.
Verify the audio alarm enable button is ON (depressed). If not, press it in. Try
turning the CPAP ON again. If there is still no sound please call MTTS for
servicing.
2.
When I turn ON the CPAP the alarm indicator doesn’t light.
Please call MTTS for servicing.
3.
When I turn the air knob to maximum the metal ball doesn’t rise.
3.1
Verify the power cable of the compressor is connected to the back panel of
the control unit. If not, turn OFF the CPAP and plug the compressor in. Turn
the CPAP ON and check.
3.2
If the ball is still not responding, verify the airway tube from the compressor to
the AIR connector (on the back panel of the blender) is firmly in place. If not,
tighten the connections and see if the ball responds.
3.3
If the ball still doesn’t respond, turn OFF the CPAP and clean the flow meter
with a large cotton bud and MTTS OPTIMA (see section 2.2 page15 of this manual).
4.
When I turn the O2 knob to maximum the metal ball doesn’t rise.
4.1
Verify the oxygen hose is connected to an oxygen supply and the blender. If
you cannot connect the oxygen hose to your oxygen supply because the
connector doesn’t fit please call MTTS and ask for an adaptor.
4.2
If everything seems well connected, and the ball still doesn’t respond, turn OFF
the CPAP and clean the flow meter with a large cotton bud and MTTS OTIMA
(see section 2.2 page 15 of this manual).
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5.
Therearenobubblesinthehumidifierbottle.
5.1
Verify that FiO2 is getting into the humidifier by viewing the air and O2 flow
meters. If the flowmeters indicate no flow (the ball is resting at the bottom)
increase the air or O2 flow rate.
5.2
If there are still no bubbles, verify the bottle is completely closed. Turn the blue
lid on the humidifier bottle clockwise.
5.3
If there are still no bubbles verify the FiO2 tube is firmly in place. If not,
tighten the connections. If it is in bad condition follow the instructions in
section 2.4 page 26 of this manual.
5.4
If bubbles are still not present please call MTTS for assistance.
6.
There is an alarm and the display says “Sensor OFF and NO
TUBESET!!”
6.1
Make sure the tube-set is connected properly to the back panel of the CPAP
control unit (see section 2.4 page 26 of this manual).
6.2
If you still see the error message, change the tube-set (you should have a
replacement tube-set in your tool box. If not please call MTTS for a new one).
7.
There is an alarm and the display says “TEMP TOO HIGH”
7.1
Ask a nurse to remove the tube from the patient’s nose and turn OFF the
CPAP. Wait at least 30 minutes then check if the tube-set canula has cooled
down before the nurse replaces it on the patient. If the canula is still hot then
wait longer.
7.2
If this does not stop the alarm, stop using the CPAP and please call MTTS for
assistance.
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CPAP TEST REPORT
HOSPITAL NAME:
DATE:
#
S/N:
TESTED BY:
TEST:
APPROVED BY:
EXPECTED RESULT:
TURN ON CPAP
1
RED 7SEGMENT DISPLAY (1)
7 SEGMENT DISPLAY IS CLEAR AND CORRECT
- DISPLAY 1
2
LCD DISPLAY (2)
VISIBLE BLUE BACKLIGHT AND CLEAR TEXT
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
3
ALARM TEST
SHORT BEEP DURING START-UP; ALARM LIGHT
4
HUMIDIFIER BAR - SCALE DISPLAY CLEAR AND CORRECT
BACK PANEL
FRONT PANEL
5
PRESS BUTTON 1
LCD DISPLAY SHOWS:
IS ON DURING BEEP (FOR NEW VERSIONONLY)
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
6
PRESS BUTTON 2
LCD DISPLAY SHOWS :
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
7
PRESS BUTTON 3
LCD DISPLAY SHOWS:
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
TEST OF THE CPAP
8
TURN UP/DOWN SETTEMP KNOB TEMPERATURE IN 7SEGMENT DISPLAY SHOULD
GO UP/DOWN. (MIN=35°C MAX=38.9°C)
9
TURN UP/DOWN HUMIDITY KNOB BAR - SCALE DISPLAY SHOULD GO UP/DOWN
10
ASSUMING THE AIR PUMP RUNS; THE FLOW METER METAL BALL SHOULD GO UP
ALL TUBES ARE CONNECTED AND (NOT STICKY!).
BOTTLES ARE FILLED WITH WATER: WATER IN BOTTLES BUBBLING
TURN UP THE AIR FLOW TO MAX
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AFTER 20 MINUTES
HUMIDITY HEATER BOTTLE ANDTUBE SET SHOULD
FEEL WARM AND TUBE SET TEMP IN BLUE LCD
DISPLAY (2) SHOULD BE CLOSE TO THE
TEMPERATURE IN THE RED 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY (1)
12
TURN DOWN THE AIRFLOW TO 0 NO MORE BUBBLES
13
WAIT 15 MINUTES
TURN UP THE AIR FLOW TO MAX BUBBLING
14
WAIT 5 MINUTES
THE “TEMP TOO HIGH” ALARM WILL RAISE AND
THE TUBE SET TEMP WILL SHOW >39°C
WAIT UNTIL ALARM SWITCHES OFF
15
UNPLUG TUBE SET (BACK PANEL) THE ALARM “NO TUBE SET” WILL RAISE
(ALARMING ON - OFF - ON - OFF…)
TESTED:
APPROVED:
DATE:
OK
FAIL
??
CPAP TEST REPORT
HOSPITAL NAME:
DATE:
#
S/N:
TESTED BY:
TEST:
APPROVED BY:
EXPECTED RESULT:
TURN ON CPAP
1
RED 7SEGMENT DISPLAY (1)
7 SEGMENT DISPLAY IS CLEAR AND CORRECT
- DISPLAY 1
2
LCD DISPLAY (2)
VISIBLE BLUE BACKLIGHT AND CLEAR TEXT
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
3
ALARM TEST
SHORT BEEP DURING START-UP; ALARM LIGHT
4
HUMIDIFIER BAR - SCALE DISPLAY CLEAR AND CORRECT
BACK PANEL
FRONT PANEL
5
PRESS BUTTON 1
LCD DISPLAY SHOWS:
IS ON DURING BEEP (FOR NEW VERSIONONLY)
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
6
PRESS BUTTON 2
LCD DISPLAY SHOWS :
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
7
PRESS BUTTON 3
LCD DISPLAY SHOWS:
- LINE 1
- LINE 2
TEST OF THE CPAP
8
TURN UP/DOWN SETTEMP KNOB TEMPERATURE IN 7SEGMENT DISPLAY SHOULD
GO UP/DOWN. (MIN=35°C MAX=38.9°C)
9
TURN UP/DOWN HUMIDITY KNOB BAR - SCALE DISPLAY SHOULD GO UP/DOWN
10
ASSUMING THE AIR PUMP RUNS; THE FLOW METER METAL BALL SHOULD GO UP
ALL TUBES ARE CONNECTED AND (NOT STICKY!).
BOTTLES ARE FILLED WITH WATER: WATER IN BOTTLES BUBBLING
TURN UP THE AIR FLOW TO MAX
11
AFTER 20 MINUTES
HUMIDITY HEATER BOTTLE ANDTUBE SET SHOULD
FEEL WARM AND TUBE SET TEMP IN BLUE LCD
DISPLAY (2) SHOULD BE CLOSE TO THE
TEMPERATURE IN THE RED 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY (1)
12
TURN DOWN THE AIRFLOW TO 0 NO MORE BUBBLES
13
WAIT 15 MINUTES
TURN UP THE AIR FLOW TO MAX BUBBLING
14
WAIT 5 MINUTES
THE “TEMP TOO HIGH” ALARM WILL RAISE AND
THE TUBE SET TEMP WILL SHOW >39°C
WAIT UNTIL ALARM SWITCHES OFF
15
UNPLUG TUBE SET (BACK PANEL) THE ALARM “NO TUBE SET” WILL RAISE
(ALARMING ON - OFF - ON - OFF…)
TESTED:
APPROVED:
DATE:
OK
FAIL
??
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