OperationManual Pharm-AssistDispensing Pump

OperationManual Pharm-AssistDispensing Pump
OperationManual
for the
Pharm-AssistDispensing Pump
Revision 1, November 2006
Rev. 1, November 2006
Table of Contents
Introduction………………………………………………………………………………… ……..2
Cautions and Warnings……………………………………………………………………………3
Connections/Switches-Rear View of Pump……………………………………………………….4
Keypad Functions…………………………………………………………………………… …….5
(Number keys, Clear, Volume, Start/Stop and Foot pedal)
Keypad Functions…………………………………………………………………………… …….6
(Adjust and Forward/Reverse)
Keypad Functions………………………………………………………………………………….7
(Source Container, Speed, Number of Cycles, Cycle Interval and Pump/Dilute)
Memory - Storage, Recall and Erase of Programs………………………………………………..8
Getting Started
Tubing Installation………………………………………………………………………….9
Priming of Tubing…………………………………………………………………………10
Alarms……………………………………………………………………………………… ……11
Cleaning…………………………………………………………………………………… …….11
Trouble Shooting…………………………………………………………………………………12
General Specifications…………………………………………………………………………...13
Warranty…………………………………………………………………………………… …….14
Excelsior Medical Product List………………………………………………………………......15
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Introduction
The Pharm-Assist dispensing pump was designed by pharmacists to make the task of transferring
fluids as easy, accurate, time-efficient, and cost-effective as possible. This has been achieved
through the pump’s versatile and user-friendly design.
The Pharm-Assist pump can increase efficiency in a variety of pharmacy functions that require
the accurate dispensing of fluids. The following are a few examples of the Pharm-Assist’s
applications.
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Batching syringes (as small as 3ml)
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Reconstitution of antibiotics (bulk drug vials or manufacturers’ piggy back)
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Transferring large volumes in forward or reverse (up to 9,999m1)
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Filling infusion devices (ie: Intermates, Homepumps, RediMeds, Pharmacia-Deltec
cassettes, Mini-Bags, etc.)
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Transferring oral liquids
>
Batching respiratory and anesthesia medications
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Batching Saline and Heparin flush syringes
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Printing syringe labels when used in conjunction with the Excelsior Thermal Labeler
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Cautions and Warnings

Tubing set fluid path and area under protective end caps are sterile and non-pyrogenic in
unopened and undamaged package. Use aseptic techniques with tubing set when
removing caps, spiking diluent containers and making connections to luer adapter.
 The dispensing set should be changed within 24-hours, if required, due to touch
contamination. DO NOT re-sterilize or reuse, it may cause damage to the tubing.

Change the tubing set prior to each change of drug or incompatible fluid to avoid
harmful interactions.

DO NOT USE for intravenous administration or other routes of direct patient delivery.

DO NOT exceed the maximum speed indicated for use with needles and filters.
Needles or Filter
16 ga needle
18 ga needle
smaller needle than 18 ga
0.2 micron filter
0.5 micron filter
Maximum Speed
99
35
5
5
10

ADJUST may need to be used for a change in fluid viscosity or pump speed, use of
needles, use of in-line filters, filling containers that create back pressure such as
elastomerics or microbore tubing or a significant change in desired volume.

Use of tubing sets with incorrect specifications may adversely affect volume accuracy,
pump reliability and performance.

DO NOT load or unload the tubing set with the power on or operate the pump without
the blue protective plate in front of the rollers. Injury to fingers may occur.

The power cord must be connected to a properly grounded hospital grade 11V
receptacle for proper pump performance and safety.

Fluid inside pump may cause damage and affect performance. Clean spills
immediately.

Use Heavy Duty “BXOl”, “BXO2’, or “BXO3” tubing when filling Block Medical
Home pumps.

Pump operation must be monitored at the beginning of each cycle and at intervals
during the cycle to ensure the Pharm-Assist is operating within acceptable limits. Use
ADJUST to achieve accuracy.
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Rear View of the Pharm-Assist – Cable connections and switch locations.
On/Off Rocker Switch:
Turns unit on and off.
ON
OFF
Reset Push Button:
Resets pump to
default settings.
Printer Connection:
Connect printer
cable here.
Foot pedal connection:
Connect foot pedal
here.
Power Cord Connection:
Connect power cord
here.
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Keypad functions
To use each feature of the pump, simply press the numeric keys to enter the value followed by
the function key. The programmed values will be displayed on the LCD’s directly above or
below the function keys.
NUMBER Keys: Used to enter numeric
values prior to a function key. This
method is used to reduce the required
number of keystrokes.
Store
Memory
CLEAR Key: Functions as a clear entry
key, used to clear the current entry on the
lower LCD prior to pressing a function
key. It is also used to escape out of
resume mode to abort an interrupted
dispense cycle.
Recall
Memory
Number
of
Cycles
Pump
Dilute
Source
Container
VOLUME Key: The default is 0 ml. This
key is used to enter the desired volume to
be dispensed by the pump. To enter a
desired volume, simply press the numeric
keys followed by VOLUME.
Example: To enter a Volume of 50m1,
press 5, 0, and the VOLUME key. 50m1
will now be displayed in the Lower LCD
above this key.
Cycle
Interval
Forward
Speed
Volume
Reverse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
.
Clear
Adjust
Start
Stop
START/STOP Key: Used to start and stop the pump. This key can be interchangeably used
with the foot pedal. The dispensing cycle may be interrupted by pressing this key. The pump
will be in “resume mode” and “resume” will be displayed in the upper line of the top LCD. In
this mode, the operator can continue the interrupted dispense cycle by pressing START or abort
the cycle by pressing CLEAR.
Example: The dispense cycle is programmed for 50m1 volume and the Pharm-Assist
is stopped by pressing STOP or the foot pedal. The Pharm-Assist has dispensed only
35m1 of the 50m1. The user can either press START to dispense the remaining 15 ml
to complete the desired volume of 50 ml or press CLEAR to abort the cycle and be
ready to begin a completely new dispense cycle of 50 ml.
FOOT PEDAL: Interchangeable with the START/STOP key.
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ADJUST Key - Use this key when the actual
measured volume is different from the
desired volume. Enter the actual measured
volume by using the numeric keys followed
by ADJUST.
Store
Memory
The actual measured volume should always
be checked with the desired volume. If the
actual measured volume differs from the
desired volume, ADJUST should be used.
Verify the accuracy in a subsequent cycle,
and if within specifications (+/- 1%), proceed
with the programmed dispensing function.
Dilute
Number
of
Cycles
Source
Container
Forward
Reverse
Pump
It is possible to use ADJUST more than once
if the previous entry was not precise in
measurement or if the pump is not accurate.
ADJUST must be used for each pumping
application to achieve the desired accuracy
level.
Any change is pumping parameters will
necessitate additional use of this feature.
Such parameter changes include, but are not
limited to:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Recall
Memory
Cycle
Interval
Speed
Volume
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
.
Adjust
Start
Clear
Stop
change in fluid viscosity,
change in pump speed,
use of small bore size needles (less than 16g),
use of in-line filters,
filling containers that create back pressure,
significant change in desired volume and
change in direction from forward to reverse.
Example:
The desired program volume is 50m1. The measured volume is found to be 52m1. Enter
5, 2 followed by ADJUST. The upper LCD displays “ADJUSTED” and the pump is now calibrated for
50m1. The volume from the next pump cycle is measured and found to be exactly 50 m1. Note:
Choose a convenient, but accurate method for measuring the actual volume. For example you may
verify pump accuracy by measuring: a) the output volume of the pump in a syringe, graduated
cylinder, or by using a scale to verify the incremental weight of a bag or elastomeric or b) the reduction
in volume or weight of the input source container such as a bag, graduated cylinder, syringe, bottle, or
other receptacle.
FORWARD/REVERSE Key - The default is forward. Forward will pump fluid from the spike end to
the luer end. Reverse will pump fluid from the luer end to the spike end. Pressing this key will
alternate or toggle the pump between forward and reverse. “FWD” or “REV” is displayed on the lower
LCD display directly above the key.
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SOURCE CONTAINER Key - The default is “off’. The feature will subtract all dispensed volumes
pumped in forward operation from the amount entered as source container volume. Reverse operation
has no effect on this feature. If there is not enough fluid in the source container to complete a dispense
cycle, the pump will beep three times to alert the user. Pumping action will be prevented until the
source container volume is increased so that it is equal to or greater than the desired volume; the
desired volume is lowered to be equal to or lower than the source container volume; or this feature is
turned off.
To use the feature, simply enter the initial source container volume by pressing the numeric keys
followed SOURCE CONTAINER. To turn off the feature, simply press SOURCE CONTAINER
without pressing the numeric keys. The remaining volume in the source container will be displayed
above this function key.
SPEED Key -The default is speed 55. To
change speed, press the numeric keys
followed by SPEED. Minimum speed is
1 or approximately 150 ml/minute and
maximum speed is 99 or approximately
one liter per minute. The speed value will
be displayed on the right side of the upper
LCD display above the SPEED key.
Store
Memory
Recall
Memory
Number
of
Cycles
Pump
Dilute
Cycle
Interval
Speed
Maximum speed guidelines for accuracy:
16g needle = 99
<18g needle = 5
0.5 micron filter = 10
18g needle 35
0.2 micron filter =5
Forward
Source
Containe
NUMBER OF CYCLES Key - The preset is
1. This feature will automatically cycle the
pump to complete the number of cycles
entered with a selected interval in between
each cycle. Enter the desired number of
cycles by pressing the numeric keys followed
by the NUMBER OF CYCLES key. The
programmed number of cycles will be
displayed directly above the key. The
display will count down as each cycle is
completed.
Volume
Reverse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
.
Clear
Adjust
Start
Stop
CYCLE INTERVAL Key - The preset is 2 seconds. Entries can range from one to nine seconds
between deliveries. Enter the amount of seconds by pressing a numeric key followed by the CYCLE
INTERVAL key. The programmed value will be displayed directly above the key. The display will
count down between each dispensing cycle.
PUMP/DILUTE Key - The preset is Pump. Pump is the normal setting. Dilute 1 and Dilute 2 will
cause the rollers to reverse at the end of the cycle to pull back a drip of fluid that may occur as a result
of filling devices with back pressure such as elastomerics. Pump will pull back no fluid while Dil-1
and Dil-2 will pull back approximately 0.l ml and 0.2 ml respectively. Pressing this key will toggle its
value among these three settings. The setting will be displayed directly above the key.
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Memory – Storage, Recall, and Erase of Programs
This feature is used to store up to 20 programs in memory that can be easily retrieved. The memory will
store the desired volume, speed, pump/dilute and calibration. Use the store feature after all of these
parameters have been set.
1. Set all the parameters on the pump
displays (including calibration, volume,
speed, and pump/dilute).
Store
Memory
2. Select a memory location between 1 and 20
by pressing the numeric keys followed by
STORE MEMORY. The memory location
number will be displayed in the upper left of the
top LCD. The location number will be followed
by a blank and the letter “A”.
Recall
Memory
Dilute
Number
of
Cycles
Source
Forward
Container
Reverse
Pump
3. Select a title for the stored program. Use the
up and/or down arrows to change the “A” to the
first character of the title. Letters, numbers, and
a blank are available. When the desired
character is displayed, press STORE
MEMORY. The display will now have the first
selected character followed by an “A”.
Cycle
Interval
Speed
Volume
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
.
Clear
Adjust
Start
Stop
4. Repeat step 3 for each of the characters. If the title is less than the full width of the display, press
RECALL MEMORY to eliminate the last undesired “A”.
5. The program is stored in memory and may be retrieved at any time by either pressing the memory
location number followed by RECALL MEMORY or scrolling through all memory locations using the
up and/or down arrow keys.
6. To erase a stored program from a memory location, either store another program into that location or
press STORE MEMORY immediately after the program has been recalled.
NOTE: The 0 memory location is the default pump settings; therefore, by recalling the 0 memory
location, the pump is reset.
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Getting Started
Installation of the tubing set
I. Remove the Dispensing set from its bag. Do not remove the protective caps from either
end of the Dispensing set.
2. While the power is off take the blue pump face-cover off by lifting it up and towards
you.
3. With the red bar loc tie (spike end) on top, place the bar connector of the tubing set into
the slot on the right of the roller head. Push the connector in as far as it will go, and then
take your fingers and rotate the roller head to seat the silicone tubing in the center of the
groove of the pump housing. (See illustrations below and on next page)
4. Switch the ON/OFF Button to the ON position to POWER up. When the Pharm-Assist
pump is ON, the LCD digital displays are lit.
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Priming the tubing
Connect the spike end of the tubing set to the diluent and place the needle into a suitable waste
container.
Remove the air from the Dispensing set or prime. Run the pump until all of the air bubbles are
removed. (approx 27 ml of diluent to prime the PAO1 tubing set)
NOTE: An accurate dose cannot be achieved with air in the Dispensing Set.
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Alarms
Dispensing cycle completion: One beep will sound at the end of each cycle to let the user know that the
pump has completed the dispensing cycle.
Incorrect Key Sequence: One beep will sound to indicate an incorrect keystroke sequence. For
example, the pump will not allow an entry of greater than 999 for number of cycles.
Zero Entry: Two beeps will sound to alert the user that the entry was not accepted and the lowest value
is displayed. Number of cycles, cycle interval, and speed will display one.
Maximum Value Exceeded: Two beeps will sound to alert the user that the entry was not accepted and
the highest value is displayed. Speed will display 99 and cycle interval will display 9.
Source container: Triple beep to indicate the source container volume is less than the desired volume.
Cleaning:
Immediately turn off the power to the pump. Wipe up fluid spills and splashes immediately to prevent
entry into the pump. Use lint-free cloths or swabs only with warm water, isopropyl alcohol, or mild
solvents. Do not use any abrasives.
Also clean the inside chamber of the Pharm-Assist , behind the blue front plate, including the rollers with
the power OFF.
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Troubleshooting Guide
1.
Silicone tubing herniates or balloons and prevents pumping of fluid:
a)
b)
c)
2.
Tubing kicks out of pump:
a)
b)
3.
Lower the speed.
Does not pump and makes loud grinding noise; tubing is herniated and preventing rollers from
moving.
a)
b)
c)
6.
Use the ADJUST key.
Inaccurate filling, not repeatable (varies all over), unequal back pressure because of 18g
needle or filter:
a)
5.
Too much back pressure for the speed (use of needles, filters or filling device). Decrease
back pressure or significantly lower speed.
Tubing was not installed properly.
Inaccurate filling, but repeatable (consistently wrong):
a)
4.
Filling Block Medical Homepumps; use Heavy Duty tubing (BX series)
Using smaller than 16g needle; switch to 16g needle or significantly reduce the speed of the
pump to reduce the back pressure.
Using inline filter; significantly reduce speed to reduce back pressure.
Decrease back pressure (use larger needle or remove filter).
Lower the speed.
Use “BX” series tubing.
Pump displays are dark:
a) Power cord not connected.
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General Specifications*
Delivery Rate
3 ml/sec to 16 ml/sec (approximately).
This may vary slightly and is determined by pump
speed, fluid viscosity and back pressure of in-line
devices or filling receptacle.
Preset Operating Settings
Forward dispensing (from spike to luer), Speed
of 55, one cycle, and 0.0ml volume.
Allowed Volume Entries
0.lml to 9,999m1
Dispensing Volume Accuracy
+/- 1% (using Adjust feature)**
Electrical Requirements
120 VAC/6OHZ
Weight
16 lbs (approximate)
Operating Temperature
45F- 85F
Storage Capacity for Programs
20 Stored programs
*
Tubing sets with Excelsior specifications ensure accuracy and decrease user variability.
Excelsior’s set contains a bar connector which fits into a slot on the Pharm-Assist pump. The bar
connector keeps the tubing seated properly and decreases user variability in installation.
**
The actual measured volume should always be compared with the desired volume. If the actual
measured volume differs from the desired volume, ADJUST should be used. Verify the accuracy in a
subsequent cycle, and if within specifications (+1/- 1%), proceed with the programmed dispensing
function. Any change in pumping parameters will necessitate additional use of this feature. Such
parameter changes include, but are not limited to:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Change in fluid viscosity.
Change in pump speed.
Use of needles with a smaller bore size than 16g.
Use of in-line filters.
Filling containers that create back pressure such as elastomerics or microbore tubing
Significant change in desired volume.
Change from forward to reverse.
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Warranty
The Pharm-Assist pump is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of six
months from the date of delivery. Excelsior will repair or replace, at its option, any product that proves
to be defective during the warranty period, provided proper use and maintenance procedures have been
followed as described in the operation manual. If upon examination, Excelsior determines that misuse of
product is the cause for the repair, all labor, material, and shipping costs involved shall be paid by the
Buyer.
All defective products or components shall be returned to Excelsior with a detailed explanation of the
failure. Buyer shall obtain a return authorization prior to return of product and all transportation charges
must be prepaid.
Limitations: THE PROVISIONS ABOVE CONSTITUTE EXCELSIOR’S SOLE OBLIGATION AND
EXCLUDE ALL OTHER REMEDIES OR WARRANTIES EXPRESS, STATUTORY OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, whether or not purposes or specifications are described herein. Excelsior further disclaims
any responsibility whatsoever to Buyer or to any other person for injury to person or damage to or loss of
property or value caused by any product that been subjected to misuse; negligence, or accident; or
misapplied or used in violation of product manuals, instructions or warnings; or modified or repaired by
unauthorized persons; or improperly installed. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL EXCELSIOR
BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES,
LOSSES OR EXPENSES (even if Excelsior had been advised of the possibility of such damages) arising
from the sales contract or its performance or in connection with the use of; inability to use or repair of
Excelsior’s product for any purpose whatsoever. BUYER AGREES THAT ANY RECOVERY
AGAINST EXCELSIOR SHALL NOT BE GREATER THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR
THE PRODUCT AS TO WHICH SUCH CLAIM IS MADE. EXCELSIOR’S SELECTION TO ONE
OF ITS ALTERNATWES (REPLACE OR REPAIR) SHALL BE BUYER’S EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE
REMEDY. No person is authorized to modify or amend the written warranty, product claims and
specifications or to bind the corporation to any term contrary to the terms herein.
Service performed by other than Excelsior or its authorized agents may, at the discretion of
Excelsior, be cause to void this warranty. Excelsior’s tubing sets are the only tubing products
that may be used with the Pharm-Assist. If other sets are used, it may, at the discretion of
Excelsior, be cause to void this warranty.
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Pharm-Assist Automatic Labeler
Reference Sheets
(Use in conjunction with the LP 2824 Thermal Printer Quick Start Guide)
Contents:
1. Must Read the LP 2824 Thermal Printer Quick Start Guide
2. Installing Labels in the Printer
3. Quick Start for the Automatic Labeler
4. Correcting Label Jams in the Printer
5. Custom Label Procedure
6. Custom Label Examples
7. Drug Selection Listing
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1. Must Read the LP 2824 Thermal Printer Quick Start
Guide
2. Installing Labels in the Printer
1.
TURN OFF THE POWER TO THE PRINTER.
2. Load media.
Open Cover
Remove the remaining labels and its roller inside of the printer.
Adjust Holders
Sample Roll
of Labels
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Place Roll into
Printer.
Thread Media
through Guides.
Close Cover
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3. Quick Start for the Automatic Labeler
1. Plug in the Pharm-Assist and the Thermal Printer.
2. Connect the RS-232 Serial Cable (Nine pins Sub-D connector at each end) into the back
of the Pharm-Assist and Thermal Printer.
3. Turn on the Pharm-Assist and Thermal Printer.
4. Enter Label Mode of the Pharm-Assist by pressing 100 on the keypad followed by
RECALL MEMORY key.
The bottom line of the upper LCD display will prompt you to “SELECT DRUG”. The
lower LCD display will have a drug name.
5. SELECT THE DRUG:
1. Enter the drug number (from the drug listing sheet) followed by RECALL MEMORY key
or use the up and down arrows of the keypad to scroll through the drug choices
2. Press the VOLUME key to enter the drug selection.
6.
ENTER THE DOSE: The lower LCD display will have a default setting for the dose of the
drug that you have just selected. If the dose is correct, press the VOLUME key. If the dose is
incorrect, enter the correct dose by using the numeric keypad followed by the VOLUME key.
Note: The default units of grams or milligrams cannot be changed.
7.
ENTER THE CONCENTRATION: The lower LCD display will have a default setting for the
concentration of the drug that you have just selected. If the concentration is correct, press the
VOLUME key. If the concentration is incorrect, enter the correct concentration by using the
numeric keypad followed by the VOLUME key.
8.
ENTER THE DATE: Enter the date by using the numeric keypad followed by the VOLUME
key. You can enter a slash to separate the numbers by using the DECIMAL POINT key on the
numeric keypad.
9.
ENTER THE LOT NUMBER: Enter up to a fourteen digit lot number by using the numeric
keypad followed by the VOLUME key. Press the DECIMAL POINT key on the keypad to
enter a “-“ in the lot number.
10.
ENTER THE BARCODE: Enter up to a fifteen digit barcode by using the numeric keypad
followed by the VOLUME key. Do not place a “-“ in the barcode by pressing the DECIMAL
POINT key on the numeric keypad.
11.
ENTER THE NUMBER OF LABELS TO PRINT: Enter the number of labels to print by
using the numeric keypad followed by the VOLUME key.
12.
START THE PRINTING PROCESS: Press the START/STOP key on the keypad.
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NOTES:
A. Each press of the STORE MEMORY key will return to the previous prompt in LABEL
MODE.
B. The PUMP/DILUTE key will escape from LABEL MODE back to the last set-up of the
pump prior to entering LABEL MODE. This will maintain the calibration and other
programmed settings of the pump.
The Reset Button or the On/Off button of the pump will both put the pump into the
Initial default settings, which occur when the pump is originally turned on. IF YOU
SHUT OFF POWER OR RESET THE PUMP, THE CALIBRATION AND
OTHER PROGRAMMED SETTINGS OF THE PUMP WILL BE RESET TO THE
DEFAULT SETTINGS.
C. The label printing may be stopped by turning off the printer.
4. Correcting Label Jams in the Printer
CAUTION:
TURN POWER OFF TO THE PRINTER BEFORE MAINTENANCE
AND DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE, PLACE ANY
SHARP, HARD OR ABRASIVE OBJECT SUCH AS A KNIFE OR
SCREWDRIVER INTO THE PRINTER TO REMOVE A LABEL!!
1.
Open the printer cover which is located on top of the printer by sliding green Cover
Release forward on each side of the printer to unlatch it and then tilt it upward to open.
2.
Carefully remove the jammed/stuck label(s) if possible and the roll of labels if needed.
3.
If needed follow the procedure for cleaning the thermal print head in LP2824 Thermal
Printer Quick Start.
4.
If needed follow the procedure for cleaning the Platen in LP2824 Thermal Printer Quick
Start.
CAUTION:
DO NOT USE ANY ABRASIVE MATERIAL; IT MAY DAMAGE THE
PRINTING MECHANISM!!
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5. Custom Label Procedure
1.
ENTER CUSTOM LABEL MODE. With the Pharm-Assist in the pumping mode (not the
label mode) enter 1, 0, 1 followed by RECALL MEMORY.
2.
SELECT a LABEL MEMORY LOCATION by using the arrow keys to scroll through the
label memory locations. To add a customized label, scroll to the first available “USER” label
and press ADJUST. To edit an existing customized label, scroll to the desired custom label and
press AD.JUST
3.
ENTER DRUG NAME (or one line message). The letter ‘A’ will appear in the first
column. Use the up and/or down arrows to change the “A” to the first character of the drug
name. When the desired character is displayed, press STORE MEMORY. The display will now
have the first selected character followed by an “A”.
Use the arrow keys to select the second character and press STORE MEMORY. Continue until
the entire drug name is displayed. If the drug name is less than 16 characters, press REGALL
MEMORY to eliminate the last undesired “A”.
4.
SELECT DOSE UNITS by using the arrow keys to scroll through the dose units. When the
desired unit is displayed, press STORE MEMORY. You will not be able to enter a dose in step 5
if you do not select dose units.
5.
ENTER DOSE. Type in the dose by using the numeric keypad followed by STORE MEMORY.
You will not be able to enter a dose if you did not select dose units in Step 4.
6.
SELECT CONCENTRATION UNITS by using the arrow keys to scroll through the
concentration units. When the desired concentration units are displayed, press STORE
MEMORY. You will not be able to enter a concentration in step 7 if you do not select
concentration units.
7.
ENTER CONCENTRATION. Type in the concentration by using the numeric keypad followed
by STORE MEMORY. You will not be able to enter a concentration if you did not select
concentration units in Step 6.
8.
ENTER VOLUME. Type in the volume, in milliliters, using the numeric keypad followed by
STORE MEMORY (If you do not enter a volume, none will print). All volumes entered will
print with “ml” units.
9.
EXIT. Press PUMP DILUTE at the” Select Label” prompt to return to pump mode.
Note:
Once a custom label is entered, it can be modified or eliminated by storing a different
custom label at its memory location.
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6.
Custom Label Examples
You can create a wide variety of labels, with just a little planning. Here are three examples to get you
started.
Example #1
“***
PHARMACY ***“
1. For the drug name enter: “*** PHARMACY”
2. For the dose units select: “***”
3. Select “ ” for the concentration units.
4. Do not enter anything for the volume.
5. When printing if you do not enter a date, lot number, and bar codes only the one line with
*** PHARMACY *** will print.
Example #2
DRUG NAME EXP 5d
LOT# 123-456-789
12/27/09
10ML
|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||
987654321
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
For the drug name enter “DRUG_NAME___EXP”.
For the dose units select “d”.
For the dose enter “5”.
For concentration units select “ “
For the volume enter “10”.
When printing enter “12/27/09” for the date, “123-456-789” for the lot number, and “987654321”
for the barcode.
Example #3
DRUG NAME IG
LOT# 12345
CONC: 99MG/ML
01/01/09
10ML
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67890
1. For the drug name enter “DRUG_NAME 1G”.
(The “1” will not print, but will display on the pump to identify the dosage.)
2. For the dose units select “G”.
3. For the dose enter “1”.
4. Select Conc. Units: “MG/ML”.
5. For the Conc. Enter “99”.
4. For the volume enter “10”.
5. When printing enter a date of “01/01/09”, a lot number of “12345”, and a barcode of “67890”.
Call Excelsior if you have any problems or questions.
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Amikacin
250mg
Amikacin
300mg
Amikacin
450mg
Amikacin
500mg
Ampicillin
250mg
Ampicillin
500mg
Ampicillin
1G
Ampicillin
1.5G
Ampicillin
2G
Amp. Sulbactam 1.5G
Amp. Sulbactam 3G
Azlocillin
2G
Azlocillin
3G
Azlocillin
4G
Aztreonam 500mg
Aztreonam 1G
Aztreonam 2G
Cefamandole 1G
Cefamandole 2G
Cefazolin
500mg
Cefazolin
1G
Cefazolin
1.5G
Cefazolin
2G
Cefepime
1G
Cefepime
2G
Cefmetazole 1G
Cefmetazole 2G
Cefonicid
1G
Cefonicid
2G
Cefoperazone 1G
Cefoperazone 2G
Cefotaxime 1G
Cefotaxime 2G
Cefotetan
1G
Cefotetan
2G
Cefoxitin
500mg
Cefoxitin
1G
Cefoxitin
2G
Ceftazidime 500mg
Ceftazidime 1G
Ceftazidime 2G
Ceftizoxime 1G
Ceftizoxime 2G
Ceftriaxone 500mg
Ceftriaxone 1G
Ceftriaxone 2G
Cefuroxime 750mg
Cefuroxime 1.5G
Cephalothin 1G
Cephalothin 2G
Cephapirin 1G
Cephapirin 2G
Chloramphenicol 1G
Cimetidine 300mg
Cimetidine 450mg
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Clindamycin 300mg
Clindamycin 600mg
Clindamycin 900mg
Cloxacillin 1G
Cloxacillin 2G
Dilantin 100mg
Dilantin 300mg
Dilantin 500mg
Doxycycline 100mg
Erythromycin 500mg
Erythromycin 1G
Ethacrynate 50mg
Famotidine 20mg
Furosemide 40mg
Furosemide 1G
Gentamicin 40mg
Gentamicin 50mg
Gentamicin 60mg
Gentamicin 70mg
Gentamicin 80mg
Gentamicin 90mg
Gentamicin 100mg
Gentamicin 120mg
Gentamicin 140mg
Gentamicin 160mg
Gentamicin 180mg
Methyldopa 250mg
Methyldopa 500mg
Metoclopramide 5mg
Metoclopramide 10mg
Metoclopramide 20mg
Metoclopramide 30mg
Metoclopramide 50mg
Mezlocillin 1G
Mezlocillin 2G
Mezlocillin 3G
Mezlocillin 4G
Nafcillin 1G
Oxacillin 1G
Oxacillin 2G
Penicillin G 0.5 MU
Penicillin G 1 MU
Penicillin G 1.5 MU
Penicillin G 2 MU
Penicillin G 2.5 MU
Primaxin 250mg
Primaxin 500mg
Ranitidine 50mg
Ticarcillin 1.5G
Ticarcillin 3G
Timentin 3.1G
Tobramycin
40mg
Tobramycin
50mg
Tobramycin
60mg
Tobramycin
70mg
Tobramycin
80mg
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Tobramycin 90mg
Tobramycin 100mg
Tobramycin 120mg
Tobramycin 140mg
Tobramycin 160mg
Vancomycin 500mg
Vancomycin 1G
Zefazone
1G
Zefazone
2G
Zofran 8mg
Zofran 10mg
Zofran 12mg
Zosyn 4.5G
Zosyn
2.25G
Zosyn
3.375G
Normal Saline 3mL
Normal Saline 5mL
Normal Saline 10mL
Sterile Water
Anectine
Atropine
Brevital-SW
Curare
Ephedrine-NS
Heparin Flush
Morphine-PCA
Pentothal
Prostigmine
Recombivax
Robinul
Versed (5 mg/mL)
Versed (1 mg/mL)
*** STAT ***
*** REFRIGERATE***
*** DO NOT SHAKE**
USE NORMAL SPEED
USE SLOW SPEED
USE X-SLOW SPEED
CENTRAL LINE ONLY
INFUSE > 60 MIN
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