EasyPulse5 UserManual

EasyPulse5 UserManual
USER MANUAL
1900 Series
(CGA 870 Connection)
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
Federal (USA) law restricts this device to
sale by or on the order of a physician.
300 Held Drive
Tel: (+001) 610-262-6090
Northampton, PA 18067 USA
Fax: (+001) 610-262-6080
www.precisionmedical.com
Contents
RECEIVING/INSPECTION.................................................................... 2
Intended Use................................................................................... 2
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING..................................... 2
Explanation of Abbreviations.................................................. 2
SAFETY Information - Warnings and Cautions.................... 3
Principles of Operation............................................................. 5
Specifications................................................................................ 6
Component description............................................................. 7
Installation..................................................................................... 8
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................. 9
maintenance / CLEANING............................................................ 11
returns........................................................................................... 11
Disposal Instructions.............................................................. 12
Troubleshooting........................................................................ 12
Replacement Parts..................................................................... 13
Accessories ................................................................................. 13
LIMITED WARRANTY ........................................................................ 14
RECEIVING/INSPECTION
Remove the Precision Medical EasyPulse5 Oxygen Conserving
Regulator (Conserver) from the packaging and inspect for damage.
If there is any damage, DO NOT USE and contact your Equipment
Provider.
Intended Use
To regulate high pressure cylinders that provide supplemental oxygen
to patients who may have difficulty extracting oxygen from the air they
breathe. It is for patients who would normally receive the oxygen via
a nasal cannula. The device delivers 100% oxygen at flow settings. It
is intended to be used as an oxygen saving device that reduces the
drying of the airways.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
This manual instructs a user to install and operate the Oxygen
Conserving Regulator (Conserver). This is provided for your safety
and to prevent damage to the Conserver. If you do not understand
this manual, DO NOT USE the Conserver and contact your
Equipment Provider.
DANGER
This product is not intended as a life-sustaining or lifesupporting device.
Explanation of Abbreviations
kPa
Kilopascal
psi
Pounds Per Square Inch
lpm
Liters Per Minute
bpm
Breathes Per Minute
SAFETY Information - Warnings and Cautions
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
Used without the safety alert symbol indicates
a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in property damage.
CONSULT ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
Symbol for “use no oil”
Symbol for “NO SMOKING”
Symbol for “COVERING DEVICE WITH
GARMENTS WILL PRODUCE OXYGEN
ENRICHED ATMOSPHERE”
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Symbol for “SINGLE USE”
Symbol indicates the device complies with the
requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC concerning
medical devices and all applicable International
Standards. (On CE marked Devices ONLY)
WARNING
• ALWAYS confirm prescribed dose before administering to
patient and monitor on a frequent basis.
• Always follow ANSI and CGA standards for Medical Gas
Products and Flowmeters (E-7) and Oxygen Handling (G-4).
• Keep cylinder valve closed at all times when cylinder is not in use.
• NO OXYGEN is delivered when the pointer
is aligned with
“OFF”, or between settings.
• This Conserver is not to be used by patients who breathe
through their mouths.
• DO NOT use if dirt or contaminants are present on or around
cylinder, valve, product or connecting devices.
• DO NOT use oils, greases, organic lubricants or any
combustible materials on or near this product. Wash and dry
hands properly prior to usage.
• DO NOT use a humidifier with the Conserver.
• DO NOT allow cylinders to tip or fall. Secure gas cylinders
so they cannot fall. For optimum safety keep cylinder upright
whenever possible.
• DO NOT store cylinders near sources of heat or flame.
• DO NOT use while sleeping without consulting your
Equipment Provider.
• DO NOT smoke in an area where oxygen is being administered.
• DO NOT use near any type of flame or flammable/explosive
substances.
• Use only USP grade medical oxygen.
• The Conserver is equipped with a relief valve. If you hear a
loud hissing or popping sound coming from the product,
discontinue use of product, close cylinder valve, and contact
your Equipment Provider.
• The Conserver is designed to operate with a single lumen,
adult cannula with a maximum length of 7 feet (2.1 m).
• The cannula is for single patient use only.
CAUTION
• Only personnel instructed and trained in its use should
operate the Conserver.
• The Conserver contains magnetic, ferrous material that may
affect the results of an MRI.
• DO NOT autoclave.
• DO NOT gas sterilize with Ethylene Oxide.
• DO NOT clean with aromatic hydrocarbons.
• Store the Conserver in a clean area when not in use.
• Avoid dropping the Conserver or placing it in a position where
it could fall and become damaged.
• Consistent with the recommendations of the medical community
on the use of conserving devices, it is recommended that the
Oxygen Conserving Regulator be qualified on patients in the
situations it will be used.
• The Conserver may not be able to detect all respiratory efforts of the
patient. (Shallow breathers may not be able to trigger the Conserver.)
• Operating the Conserver outside its range of operating
conditions may affect its accuracy and performance.
Principles of Operation
The Oxygen Conserver is designed to be used with high-pressure
oxygen systems. It consists of a cylinder connection, cylinder contents
gauge (if equipped), high-to-low pressure regulator, orifice plate and a
conserving demand module. The regulator reduces the high pressure
of the cylinder to the working pressure of the orifice plate. The
orifice plate uses calibrated orifices to deliver a selected flow to the
conserving demand module. The conserving demand module controls
the pulse size and timing to the patient. It supplies a pulse of oxygen
at the beginning of each breath. This reduces the oxygen demand on
the system and limits the drying of the airways. The flow is determined
by setting the flow control knob to the prescribed flow. The oxygen is
supplied to the patient through the cannula.
Specifications
300 - 3000 psi (2068 - 20684 kPa)
Inlet Pressure Range:
Internal Regulated Pressure: 50 psi (345 kPa)
3 - 2 - 3% of full scale
Pressure Gauge Accuracy:
Dimensions: (are approximate and may vary by model)
Weight:
Overall Length:
Width:
Height:
Pulse Settings:
10.4 oz
(295 g)
4.75 in
(12.07 cm)
2.63 in
(6.67 cm)
2.50 in
(6.35 cm)
1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 lpm Equivalents
2 lpm Continuous
Flow Settings:
Accuracy: Within +/- 15% of the nominal bolus value (at each breath rate)
Continuous Setting:
2 lpm ± 10%
Up to 5.7:1
Savings Ratio:
Inspiratory effort (Negative
Trigger Method:
pressure from patient inhalation)
Breathing Frequency:
Cannula Requirement:
Operating Conditions:
Temperature:
Altitude:
Storage Conditions:
Temperature:
UP to 35 bpm
Maximum 7 foot (2.1 m) long standard
adult single lumen nasal cannula.
35°F to 105°F (1.7°C to 40.6°C)
Sea level to 10,000 ft (0 to 3,048 m)
-40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Maximum Humidity:
95% Non-condensing
Oxygen Cylinder Connection: CGA 870 Valve
Ignition and Fault Tolerance:
meets ASTM G175-03
Component description
CAUTION
Missing or illegible labels must be replaced, contact Precision
Medical, Inc.
Dial
Indicator
Pointer
Cannula
Connection
T-Handle
Contents
Gauge
Yoke
Seal
Index
Pins
Installation
WARNING
• Read this User Manual before installing or operating the
Oxygen Conserving Regulator.
• Inspect the Conserver and cylinder valve to ensure they are
free of oils, greases or other contaminants.
• DO NOT direct flow of oxygen at any person, or flammable
material when cracking open the cylinder.
• DO NOT use without yoke seal.
• DO NOT use plastic yoke seals.
• Use Precision Medical, Inc. yoke seal made of viton and brass.
• The yoke seal supplied with the Conserver is reusable.
CAUTION
• Inspect the Oxygen Conserving Regulator for visual damage
before use, DO NOT USE if damaged.
• DO NOT use tools to tighten T-handle, this can lead to over
tightening and will cause damage to the Conserver.
• Be sure all connections are tight and leak free.
• DO NOT use liquid leak detector to test for leaks.
Note: For operational instructions on how to operate the
cylinder consult your Equipment Provider.
1. Position the cylinder so the oxygen cylinder valve outlet is pointing
away from the user and any other person(s).
2. Before installing the Conserver, “crack” cylinder valve by opening the
valve slightly to remove any foreign particles and then close valve.
3. Be sure the Conserver is in the “OFF” position. Align “OFF” with
the indicating pointer .
4. Be sure the CGA 870 connection high pressure inlet has a yoke seal.
5. Align Index Pins with Index Pin Alignment Holes in Post Valve.
6. Hand tighten T-handle until snug.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Attach a standard adult single lumen oxygen nasal cannula, no
longer than 7 feet (2.1 m) to the Conserver’s outlet according to
the cannula manufacturer’s instructions.
CAUTION
• DO NOT use pediatric, low flow nasal cannulas or oxygen
masks with the Conserver.
• DO NOT block the cannula connection or kink cannula tubing
when the Conserver is in use, this may damage the Conserver.
2. Place the cannula over your ears and position the prongs in
your nose as instructed by your Healthcare Provider or cannula
manufacturer.
OR
3. Slowly open cylinder valve counterclockwise, until completely open.
4. Turn dial on the Conserver until indicating pointer is aligned with
the prescribed setting.
5. Breathe through your nose and feel a pulse of oxygen as you inhale.
NOTE: • When on a pulse setting, there is flow or a pulse only at
the beginning of each breath. If you do not feel the pulse
at the beginning of each breath, check the setting. If there
is still no pulse, turn dial to “2 LPM Continuous” setting.
• Because each patient’s breathing pattern is different
and the environment varies, it may be difficult to feel
some low setting pulses.
6. To remove the Conserver from cylinder:
• Completely close oxygen cylinder valve.
• Turn the Conserver dial to “2 LPM Continuous” position.
• Wait for oxygen to stop flowing from Conserver.
• Remove the Conserver from cylinder valve.
• DO NOT try to loosen T-handle beyond stop. Damage to the
Conserver will occur.
DANGER
NEVER attempt to remove the Conserver from a cylinder unless
the cylinder valve is closed.
WARNING
• When pointer on contents gauge enters red zone, (500 psi (3447 kPa)
and below), it is recommended to change to a full oxygen cylinder.
• NO OXYGEN is delivered in between settings.
To avoid injury to patient:
• ALWAYS confirm prescribed setting before administering to
patient and monitor flow on a frequent basis.
WARNING • Use only Precision Medical, Inc. carry bag designed for the
EasyPulse5 to prevent an oxygen enriched environment.
• DO NOT place the unit under clothing while in use. When
the Conserver is in use, a small amount of oxygen is vented.
Wearing the unit under clothing may saturate fabrics with
oxygen and cause them to burn rapidly, if exposed to sparks
or flame. It may take several hours for oxygen levels in fabrics
to return to normal.
• ALWAYS insert cylinder and Conserver into bag, cylinder first
with gauge facing mesh. Reference accessory photo, (pg. 13).
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maintenance / CLEANING
1. Disconnect all connections before cleaning.
2. Clean exterior surfaces of the Conserver with a cloth dampened
with mild detergent and water .
3. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
4. Store the Conserver in a clean area free of grease, oil, and other
sources of contamination.
CAUTION
• DO NOT use cleaning solutions.
• DO NOT immerse the Conserver in any kind of liquid.
• DO NOT attempt to repair the EasyPulse5 Oxygen Conserving
Regulator.
• All repairs must be performed by Precision Medical, Inc.
returns
Returned products require a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA)
number, contact Precision Medical, Inc. All returns must be packaged
in sealed containers to prevent damage. Precision Medical, Inc.
will not be responsible for goods damaged in transit. Refer to
Precision Medical, Inc. Return Policy available on the Internet, www.
precisionmedical.com.
Disposal Instructions
This device and its packaging contain no hazardous materials. No
special precautions need to be taken when disposing the device
and/or its packaging.
Please Recycle
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Troubleshooting
If the Conserver fails to function, consult the Troubleshooting Guide.
If problem cannot be solved by using Troubleshooting Guide, consult
your Provider.
Troubleshooting guide
Problem
Probable Cause
Remedy
A. No flow
1. Cylinder valve
closed
2. Regulator in “OFF”
position
3. Cylinder empty
4. Dial not set at
proper increment
5. Conserver not
sensing breath
1. Open the valve on
cylinder
2. Set to prescribed
setting
3. Replace cylinder
4. Set dial so indicator
points to a setting
5. Check position of
cannula in nose
DO NOT breathe
through mouth
B. Leaking at
cylinder
connection
1. Missing or defective
yoke seal
1. Replace with
Precision Medical
yoke seal
2. Contact your
Equipment Provider
2. Defective cylinder
valve
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Replacement Parts
Description
Part #
Cannula
504833
Yoke Seal
1221
Accessories
Description
Part #
Carry Bag M6
503920
Carry Bag M4/M6
504184
Carry Bag ML6/ML9
504185
Carry Bag with
shoulder strap
Conserver properly
installed in Carry Bag
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LIMITED WARRANTY
AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Precision Medical, Inc. warrants that the Easy Pulse Oxygen Conserving
Regulator (the Product) will be free of defects in workmanship and/or material
for the following periods:
Two (2) years from date of shipment.
Should any failure to conform to this warranty appear within the applicable
period, Precision Medical, Inc. shall, upon written notification thereof and
substantiation that the goods have been stored, installed, maintained and
operated in accordance with Precision Medical, Inc.’s instructions and standard
industry practice, and that no modifications, substitutions, or alterations have
been made to the goods, correct such defect by suitable repair or replacement
at its own expense.
ORAL STATEMENTS DO NOT CONSTITUTE WARRANTIES.
The representative of Precision Medical, Inc. or any retailers are not authorized
to make oral warranties about the merchandise described in this contract, and
any such statements shall not be relied upon and are not part of the contract
for sale. Thus, this writing is a final, complete and exclusive statement of the
terms of that contract.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHER
WARRANTY OF QUALITY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
Precision Medical, Inc. shall not under any circumstances be liable for special,
incidental or consequential damages including but not limited to lost profits,
lost sales, or injury to person or property. Correction of non-conformities as
provided above shall constitute fulfillment of all liabilities of Precision Medical,
Inc. whether based on contract, negligence, strict tort or otherwise. Precision
Medical, Inc. reserves the right to discontinue manufacture of any product or
change product materials, designs, or specifications without notice.
Precision Medical, Inc. reserves the right to correct clerical or typographical
errors without penalty.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer:
Precision Medical, Inc.
300 Held Drive, Northampton, PA 18067, USA
CONTACT: Quality Manager
Phone: 610-262-6090
Authorized European Representative:
Emergo Europe
Molenstraat 15
2513 BH, The Hague
The Netherlands
Product:
EasyPulse5 Oxygen Conserving Regulator
198705, 198705-AH, 198705-KM, 198705-LC,
Model(s):
198705NG
MDD Class:
IIb
Classification criteria:
Clause 3.1 Rule 9 of Annex IX of MDD
As delivered, the object of the declaration described above is in conformity with the
requirements of MDD 93/42/EEC Annex II.3 and the following documents:
Document
Title
Edition
93/42/EEC
Council Directive Concerning Medical Devices
1993
ISO 18779Medical Devices for Conserving Oxygen and Oxygen
2005
Mixtures - Particular Requirements
EN 14971Medical Devices - Application of Risk Management to
2000 Medical Devices
ISO 10524-1
Pressure Regulators for Use with Medical Gases Part 1-
2006
Pressure Regulators & Pressure Regulators with
Flow Metering Devices
EN 738-3
Pressure Regulators for Use with Medical Gases Part 3:
1998
Pressure Regulators Integrated with Cylinder
(with A1:2002)
EN 837-1
Bourdon Tube Pressure Gauges – Dimensions, Metrology,
1998
Requirements and Testing
EN 980
Graphical Symbols for Use in the Labeling of Medical Devices 2003
EN 1041
Information supplied by the Manufacturer with Medical Devices 1998
ISO 10993-1
Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices, Part 1
2003
ISO 10993-5
Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices, Part 5
1999
ISO 10993-10
Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices, Part 10
2002
Notified Body:
TÜV Rheinland of North America, Inc.
EC Certificate No.: HD60016968 0001, 02171460 008
There are no limitations on the validity of the declaration of conformity.
ISO 13485 Certified
504203 Rev7 (E) 05/31/07 (?M) Printed in USA
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