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VETERINARY PULSE OXIMETER
OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
MD300A-V
VER. 1.0
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CONTENTS
CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION.................................................................3
1.1 Brief Introduction...........................................................................3
1.2 Safety Information…………………………………......……………....3
1.3 Electromagnetism interference………………………………………..4
1.4 Conception of Warning,Caution and Note…………………………5
CHAPTER 2 OVERVIEW of SYSTEM……………………………………...5
2.1 Summary………………………………………………………………5
2.2 Specifications…………………………………………………………5
CHAPTER 3 OPERATION GUIDE…………………………………………..6
3.1 Appearance……………………………………………………………6
3.2 Display…………………………………………………………………6
3.3 Operation………………………………………………………………7
3.4 Power Supply………………………………………………………...15
CHAPTER 4 USE GUIDE……………………………………………………15
4.1 The necessary setup before operation……………………………15
4.2 SPO2 (Arterial oxygen saturation) Monitor……………………….16
4.3 Alarm………………………………………………………………….19
CHAPTER 5 MAINTENANCE and REPAIR……………………………….20
5.1 Maintenance………………………………………………………….20
5.2 Trouble Shooting…………………………………………………….21
5.3 Warranty and Repair………………………………………………..21
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Brief Introduction
Thank you for using the veterinary pulse oximeter. The main functions of
this device are to measure SPO2 and PR, visual and audio alarm,
sensor off alarm, data storage and replay etc. Please read the operator’s
manual carefully before operating it.
Application range: The device is used to monitor patient’s arterial
oxygen saturation and pulse rate continuously.
1.2 Safety Information
!
● The veterinary pulse oximeter is to be operated by qualified
personnel only.
Before using, carefully read this manual, directions for using of
accessory, all precautions, and all specifications. The user must
check that the equipment functions safely and ensure that it is in
proper working condition before being used.
● The device is intended for use only as an adjunct in patient
assessment. It must be used in conjunction with clinical signs and
symptoms.
● To avoid an electrical hazard, never immerse the unit in any fluid or
attempt to clean it with liquid cleaning agents. Always take out
the batteries before cleaning.
● If oximeter becomes accidentally wet during use, stop operation of
the oximeter until all affected components have been cleaned and
permitted to dry completely. Contact your local representative if
additional information is required.
● If any parameters displayed on oximeter is not accurate, adopt the
other methods to diagnosis patient.
● The medical equipment must be manipulated by personnel who
have already gotten the relative training of operation.
●For safe and
accessories.
accurate
operation,
use
only
recommended
● Do not use the oximeter in the presence of a flammable anesthetic
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mixture with air, oxygen or nitrous oxide
●Alarm must be set up according to different situation of individual
patient. Make sure that audio sound can be activated when alarm
occurs.
●For proper equipment maintenance, perform the service procedures
at the recommended intervals as described in the manual.
●Do not use the oximeter during Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
scanning. Induced current could potentially cause burns. The
oximeter may affect the MRI image, and the MRI unit may affect the
accuracy of oximeter measurements.
● The oximeter can monitor only one patient synchronously.
● As to the other points for attention, please carefully read the
relevant chapter in this instruction.
1.3 Electromagnetism interference
The oximeter is low power consumption device. It will not interfere
surrounding people, device and environment. Nevertheless, if there is
strong electromagnetic interference near the equipment, it may result
in harmful interference, even makes performance inactivate. Therefore,
if any the warp of anticipated effect appears, you should firstly prevent,
identify and solve the adverse electromagnetic interference, then
proceed to use the device.
To reduce possible problems caused by electromagnetic interference,
we recommend the following information:
1.Interference from adjacent radio or mobile phone.
If the radio is the interference source, install the equipment in other
place. If the mobile phone is the source, make it far away from the
equipment.
2.Direct and indirect electrostatic discharge:
Before using equipment, make sure operator and patient who touch
the equipment have no direct or indirect electrostatic power. Damp
room is helpful to remit such problem.
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1.4 Conception of Warning, Caution and Note
Warning, Caution and Note
The Warning, Caution and Note in the manual are special information
to draw the operator’s attention.
● Warning
Tell you about something that could hurt patient or operator.
● Caution
Remind user to pay more attention to error operation, which may
induce the possibility of the patient’s hurt and death, includes
abnormal function, crash, damaged equipment and other property.
● Note
Tell you other important information like suggestion, requirement and
supplement
CHAPTER 2 OVERVIEW OF OXIMETER
2.1 Summary
Our new-type veterinary pulse oximeter can monitor SPO2 and PR.
2.2 Specifications
Display
Size:
55mm*27.5mm
Resolution: 128*64
Displaying Waveform: SPO2, pulse column
Data:
SPO2%, PR
Others: Connection status of probe, time and remaining battery
energy
Alarm
Alarm: SPO2%, sensor off, No finger.
Alarm mode: audio alarm, visual alarm (flash the value) and
information
Alarm switch: turn on or off alarm
SPO2
Display range:
0%~100%
Resolution: 1%
Accuracy: 2% (70-100%)
Unspecified (0-69%)
Pulse Rate
Display range : 0~350bpm
Measurement range: 30~350bpm (zero is ---)
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Resolution: 1bpm
Accuracy: 2bpm or2%
Operation Environment
Operating temperature: 5℃~40 ℃
Relative humidity: ≤80%
Atmosphere pressure: 86kPa~106kPa
Power supply: 4 AA Ni-MH batteries or AC-DC 6V
Working time: work for 24 hours continuously
Trend
Recall 24 hours trend graph of SpO2 and PR
Store and replay
Store and replay more than 24 hours parameters of SPO2%, PR. The
time interval is 1 minute.
CHAPTER 3 Operation Guide
3.1 Appearance
SPO2 socket
Indicate light
Battery cover
Button
Fig3.1(Front)
Fig 3.2(Back)
3.2 Display
The handheld pulse oximeter uses graphic dot matrix LCD to display. It
can display the value and the waveform synchronously or display the
value only by selecting menu. Please refer to Fig 3.2 and Fig 3.3.
Visual and audio alarm
Current time
Indicator of power consumption
Pulse column
Lock of keyboard
SpO2 Waveform
Fig 3.2
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Low power
Current time
Visual alarm
Pulse rate
SpO2
Fig 3.3
Instruction:
SPO2: SPO2 value(displaying value is 98% now)
PR:Pulse rate(displaying value is 156bpm now)
Technical alarm: Probe off: indicate SPO2 probe off;
No Finger: indicate SPO2 probe does not detect finger
12:37:56: Current time is 12:37:56 now
Low power: When
displays on the screen, it means the
power is low and you should change batteries promptly.
3.3 Operation
3.3.1 Power on/off the oximeter
The oximeter can work orderly after putting on batteries and enter the
default display automatically. If you want to power off the oximeter,
press the “ON/OFF” button for several seconds.
3.3.2 Function buttons
Right button: Enter main menu from normal display and change
the setting value
Left button: Enter main menu from normal display and change
the setting value
Up button: Menu selection
Down button: Menu selection
Enter button: Confirm the operation and return the previous
menu
F1: The button is useless now.
LOCK: Lock keyboard
ON/OFF: Power switch
3.3.2.1 Use of the “LOCK” button
In the main interface showed as Fig 3.2, pressing the “LOCK” button,
“press ENTER to lock keyboard” will be presented on the display, then
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press “ENTER” button, the keyboard is locked,
displays on the
screen. In that case, any buttons is useless unless releasing “LOCK”,
press the “LOCK” button and “press ENTER to unlock keyboard” shown
on the display, press “ENTER” button.
3.3.2.2 Use of the “ON/OFF” button
When the oximeter is powered on, press the “ON/OFF” button for several
seconds to power off; when the oximeter is powered off, press the
“ON/OFF” button for several seconds to power on.
3.3.3 Main menu
Press
or
can enter main menu. Sometimes the monitored
parameters can not be displayed synchronously in one screen, press
or
to rotate the screen. The menu is shown as Fig 3.4
0 Display Type
1 Alarm Set
2 Data Manage
Cancel
Select
3 Time Set
4 Date Set
5 Pulse Audio
Cancel
Select
Fig 3.4
In the main menu, press
or
to highlight the item you want to
select, then press
enter the submenu or press
to cancel the
selection, return the normal interface. You can also press the “ENTER”
button to return the normal interface.
3.3.4 Display Type
Enter the “Display Type” submenu from main menu, there are two
selections shown as the Fig3.5. Press
or
to highlight the Data
or Waveform, press the “ENTER” button to return the main menu.
Display Type
Data
Wave and Data
Fig 3.5
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Attention: the oximeter only displays the approximate waveform.
3.3.5 Alarm Set:
Enter the “Alarm set” submenu from main menu. The setup of the alarm
includes on/off, the setup of alarm limit. Please refer to Fig 3.6
Alarm Set
Alarm Type
SPO2 Limit Set
PR Limit Set
Fig 3.6
Press
or
to highlight the submenu, press
to enter the submenu.
Enter the Alarm Type submenu shown as Fig 3.7, now you can press
or
to select the items of submenu. Press the “ENTER” button to return
the main menu.
Attention: There are three selections for the Alarm Type. The first is “Visual
Alarm”, when you select this item, only visual alarm is responded when
alarm event happens, the audio alarm is mute,
displays on the left top
corner of the screen; The second is “visual and audio”, when you select this
item, the visual and audio alarm are activated when new alarm occurs,
displays on the left top corner of the screen. The last one is “off”, when you
select this item, the visual and audio alarm are inactivated. No alarm is
responded when the alarm event happens,
displays on the left top
corner of the screen. Press the “ENTER” button to return the previous
menu. When the value and waveform are displayed on the screen,
pressing “ENTER” button can switch
and .
Alarm Type
Light Alarm
Sound And Light
Off
Fig 3.7
Select “SPO2 Limit Set” item in the menu shown as Fig 3.6 and press
to enter the submenu shown as Fig 3.8. Pressing
or
to select
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“Upper Limit” or “Lower Limit”. Pressing
or
the “ENTER” button to restore the previous menu.
to set the limits. Press
SPO2 Limit Set
Upper Limit: 99
Lower Limit: 90
Fig 3.8
Select “PR Limit Set” item in the menu shown as Fig 3.6 press
to enter
the submenu shown as Fig 3.9. Pressing
or
to select “Upper Limit”
or “Lower Limit”. Pressing
or
to set the limits. Press the “ENTER”
button to return the previous menu.
PR Limit Set
Upper Limit: 100
Lower Limit: 50
Fig 3.9
3.3.6 Data Management
Select the “Data Management” item in the main menu shown as Fig 3.4
and enter the “Data Management” submenu shown as Fig 3.10. You can
adjust the display and management of historic data. Sometimes the
monitored parameters can not be displayed synchronously in one screen,
you can press
or
to change the screen.
Press
or
to highlight the item you want to set, then press
to
enter the submenu. Press the “ENTER” button to return the main menu.
Data Manage
Data Browse
SPO2 Trend
PR Trend
Data Manage
SPO2 Trend
PR Trend
Clear Data
Fig 3.10
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3.3.6.1 Data Browse
Highlight the “Data Browse” shown as Fig 3.10 then press
“Data Browse” shown as Fig 3.11
to enter the
Fig 3.11
In the interface shown as Fig 3.11, press or
to change the interval.
The longest interval is 10 minutes, press
or
to change the screen to
view the data, press the “ENTER” button to return the previous menu.
3.3.6.2 SPO2 Trend
Highlight the “SPO2 Trend” shown as Fig 3.10 to display the SPO2 trend
graph shown as Fig3.12
Fig 3.12
The ordinate shown as Fig 3.12 represents the value of SPO2, the
abscissa represents the time. 60 points can be displayed synchronously in
one screen at most, the trend for one hour. Each time on the abscissa
matches with SPO2% monitored at that time. The “SPO2” displayed on the
left top corner of the screen means SPO2 trend graph. “01 hour” means
one-hour trend graph. “01/24”means there are 24 pages in all and this is
the first page.
Press
or
you can select one hour, eight hours and 24hours
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trend graph. “60Dot” means the actual points displayed on the screen
now.
You can press
or
to change the screen to view the trend graph
when more than one screen points (60 points) to be displayed on the
screen.
3.3.6.3 PR Trend
Highlight the “PR Trend” shown as Fig 3.10 to display the PR trend graph
Shown as Fig3.13
Fig 3.13
The ordinate shown as Fig 3.13 represents the value of pulse rate, the
abscissa represents the time. 60 points can be displayed synchronously in
one screen at most, the trend for one hour. Each time on the abscissa
matches with PR monitored at that time. The “PR” displayed on the right
top corner of the screen means PR trend graph. “01 hour” means one-hour
trend graph. “01/24” means there are 24 pages in all and this is the first
page.
Press
or
you can select one hour, eight hours and 24hours trend
graph. “60Dot” means the actual points displayed on the screen now.
You can press the
or
to change the screen to view the trend graph
when more than one screen points (60 points) to be displayed on the
screen.
3.3.6.4 Clear Data
Highlight the “Clear Data” shown as Fig 3.10 and enter the interface Shown
as Fig3.14
Clear Data
Cancel
Sure
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Fig 3.14
Press
or to select “Cancel” or “Sure” then press the “ENTER” button
to confirm, return the previous menu.
3.3.7 Time Set
Highlight the “Time Set” in main menu shown as Fig 3.4 then you can see
the “time set” submenu shown as Fig 3.15.
Time Set
15 Second
19 Minute
17 Hour
Fig 3.15
Press
or
to highlight the item you want to set, then press
or
to adjust the item you selected. Press the “ENTER” button to return the
previous menu.
3.3.8 Date Set
Highlight the “Date Set” in main menu shown as Fig 3.4 then you can see
the “Date set” submenu shown as Fig 3.16.
Date Set
15 Day
12 Month
2004 Year
Fig 3.16
Press
or
to highlight the item you want to set, then press
or
to adjust the item you selected. Press the “ENTER” button to return the
previous menu.
3.3.9 Pulse Audio
Highlight the “Pulse Audio” in the main menu shown as Fig 3.4, then you
can enter the “pulse audio” submenu shown as Fig 3.17. Pressing
or
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to select on or off for pulse audio. Press the “ENTER” button to return the
previous menu.
Pulse Audio
ON
OFF
Fig 3.17
3.3.10 Language Set
Highlight the “Language Set” in the main menu shown as Fig 3.4, then you
can enter the “Language Set” submenu shown as Fig 3.18. Pressing
or
to select language. Press the “ENTER” button to return the previous
menu.
Language Set
English
Chinese
Fig 3.18
3.3.11 Backlight Set
Highlight the “Backlight Set” in the main menu shown as Fig 3.4 and
enter the “Backlight Set” Submenu shown as Fig 3.19.Press
or
to
select “Always on” or the time you want the backlight to last. “Always on”
means the backlight will always be on, press
or
to change the
time how long the backlight will be lit, the unit is second. Press the
“ENTER” button to return the main menu.
Backlight Set
Always On
15 Second
Fig 3.19
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3.3.12 System Setting
Enter the submenu from the main menu, where it shows the system
information and the version shown as Fig3-20
Fig 3.20
3.4 Power Supply
The oximeter uses 4 AA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, which can work 24
hours continuously.
CHAPTER 4 Use Guide
4.1 Necessary Setup before Operating
4.1.1 Adjusting date and time
Once the oximeter being powered on, the current time will be displayed on
the right top corner. Check whether the time is exact, if not please adjust it.
As for detailed operation, please refer to the time setup in Chapter 3
operation guide.
4.1.2 Clearing the old record
The measured records are not cleaned away automatically. We advise user
to clear the previous data before operation.
4.1.3 Setup of alarm limit
The default high/low alarm limit of the oximeter have been set when ex
work, but user can also set the new alarm limits according to the patient’s
conditions for realizing the best performance of oximeter.
As for the detailed operation, please refer to the alarm setting of Chapter 3
Operation Guide.
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4.2 SPO2 (Arterial oxygen saturation) Monitor
4.2.1 Chief introduction
What is SpO2 Monitoring?
SpO2 plethysmogram measurement is employed to determine the oxygen
saturation of hemoglobin in the arterial blood,that is the percentage of
hemoglobin molecules and oxygen molecules 。 For example, 97%
hemoglobin molecules in the red blood cells of arterial blood combine with
oxygen, then the blood has a Spo2 oxygen saturation of 97%,the Spo2
numeric on the monitor will read 97%.The Spo2 numeric shows the
percentage of hemoglobin molecules that have combined with oxygen
molecules to form oxhemoglobin. SpO2 /PLETH parameter can also
provide a pulse rate signal and a plethysmogram wave.
How do the SpO2/PLETH parameters work?
Arterial oxygen saturation is measured by a method called pulse oximetry.
It is a continuous, no-invasive method. It measures how much light, sent
from light sources on one side of the sensor, is transmitted through patient
tissue to a receiver on the other side.
The amount of light transmitted depends on many factors, most of which
are constant. However, one of these factors is blood flow in the arteries
varies with time, because it is pulsating. By measuring the light absorbing
during the pulsation, it is possible to get the oxygen saturation of arterial
blood. Detecting the pulsation gives a PLETH waveform and pulse rate
signal.
Spo2 value is shown in the form of numerical value, PLETH waveform is
shown in the form of graph on the screen.
Warning:If there is carbon oxygen hemoglobin, high iron hemoglobin
or dye dilution agent on the sensor, it would lead to inaccurate Spo2
value.
4.2.2 Monitoring Spo2%/Pluse rate
Warnings!
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Do not tangle with SpO2 cable with the wires of ES(Electro
surgery) equipment.
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Do not put the sensor on extremities with arterial catheter or
venous syringe.
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Avoid cable entanglement with animal’s face or neck.
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Do not use tape or any other device to adhere the clip to the
site; this may cause an obstruction to blood flow and inaccurate
readings.
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SpO2 plethysmogram measurement
1)
Plug the connector of sensor into SpO2 socket on the top
panel of pulse oximeter.
2)
Clean the sensor and the surface of the probe before and after
each use. You can wipe surface with 70% Isopropylic Alcohol
or soak the clip for five minutes in isopropylic alcohol.
3)
Open the clip by pressing
4)
The ideal site sensor in canines and felids is the tongue, so
position the sensor on the center of the tongue. Alternatives
sites are the lips, toes, ears, prepuce or vulva.
5)
Change probes site and check site integrity every 24 hours.
6)
Check the alarm limits and configure them accordingly to
patient.
Fig 4.1 Placement of the sensor
4.2.3 Limitation for measurement
In operation, the accuracy of oximetry readings can be affected by the
following factors.
4.2.3.1 Whether the performance of measurement is content or not
depends on the pulsant in the artery. The measurement would not be
performed if the following instances come across in operation:
Shock
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Have taken vascular activity medicine
Anemia
4.2.3.2 Whether the performance of measurement is content or not also
depends on the absorption of oxyhaemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin for
special wavelength. If there are substances absorbing the same
wavelength, which would induce false or low SpO2 value, for examples:
carboxyhemoglobin
methemoglobin
methylene blue
Indigo carmine
4.2.3.3 Extreme illumination would affect the Spo2 measurement, using
nontransparent cover to shield the sensor would get the better
performance.
Note:Pulse sensor should obviate the light source, e.g. radial lamp or
infrared lamp.
Prolonged and continuous monitoring may increase jeopardy of
unexpected change of dermal condition such as abnormal sensitivity,
rubescence, vesicle, repressive putrescence, and so on. It is
especially important to check the sensor placement of poor perfusion
patient or immature dermogram by light collimation and proper
attaching strictly according to changes of the skin. Check per 2~3
hours the sensor placement and move it when the skin deteriorates.
4.2.3.2 Whether the performance of measurement is content or not also
depends on the absorption of oxyhaemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin for
special wavelength. If there are substances absorbing the same
wavelength, which would induce false or low SpO2 value, for examples:
carboxyhemoglobin
methemoglobin
methylene blue
Indigo carmine
4.2.3.3 Extreme illumination would affect the Spo2 measurement, using
nontransparent cover to shield the sensor would get the better
performance.
Note:Pulse sensor should obviate the light source, e.g. radial lamp or
infrared lamp.
Prolonged and continuous monitoring may increase jeopardy of
unexpected change of dermalcondition such as abnormal sensitivity,
rubescence, vesicle, repressive putrescence, and so on. It is
especially important to check the sensor placement of neonate and
patient of poor perfusion or immature dermogram by light collimation
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and proper attaching strictly according to changes of the skin. Check
per 2~3 hours the sensor placement and move it when the skin
deteriorates.
Do not immerse sensor completely in water, Do not immerse sensor
completely in water solvents or cleaning agent because the sensor and
connector are not waterproof.
If cable is damaged, please stop using it immediately
Cleaning:
Moisten the soft cloth or gauze with alcohol and use it to wipe
the surface of sensor, and then use the clean cloth to dry it .The
same method can be used to clean the light source and photo
detector.
Cable can be disinfected by 3% of hydrogen-peroxide or 70% of
isopropyl alcohol. Do not immerse the connector into the liquid.
4.3 Alarm
There are three level alarms in oximeter:
High level: “DO-DO-DO---- DO-DO”indicates
There are some problems with module, which can’t be used.
The measured value exceeds the set limit, please pay attention to it.
Alarm sound: it is triggered once per 8 seconds. Alarm light: 2 times per
second, light on for half second, light off for another half second.
Medium level: “DO-DO-DO” indicates:
The value of the PR exceeds the alarm limit.
Pleth waveform cannot be detected.
Alarm sound: once per five seconds. Alarm light: once per 2 seconds, light
on for one second, light off for another one second.
Low level: “DO-” indicates Probe off
Alarm sound: once per 5 seconds. Alarm light: once per 4 seconds, light on
for one second, light off for three seconds.
The setups of the audio and visual alarm can be alternated, please refer to
the Chapter 3 in details.
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CHAPTER 5 MAINTENANCE and REPAIR
5.1 Maintenance
It is very important for user to make daily maintenance of oximeter
and parts, which guarantees our company to perform the
maintenance service. If user does not do according to the below
stipulations and lead to oximeter failure and possible health damage,
our company has right to change the warranty period.
a) Should make the effective maintenance plan for oximeter and
reused parts. This plan includes inspection and clearance, must
comply with the policy issued by the institution of epidemic
control and Health Ministry in your country.
b) Please take out battery before cleaning the oximter.
c) Please clear the device regularly.(must comply with the policy
issued by the institution of epidemic control and Health Ministry
in your country) The appearance of oximeter can be cleared by
not-denuded wet cloth.
Please use the following permitted solutions:
● Ammonia (diluted)
● Glutaraldehyde
● Javel bleacher (diluted)
● Mild soap water (diluted)
Please comply with the following regulations to avoid oximeter
damage:
● Be sure to dilute the solution recommended by the
manufacturer all the time.
● Wipe up all the solutions by dry cloth after clearance all the
time.
● Don’t use the solution with wax.
● Don’t douse or spurt any clearance solution on oximeter or any
slots of monitor.
● Don’t use the following agents:
○ Any kind of scrub solution or impregnant
○ Acet
○ Ketone
○ Agent with alcohol
○ Lycine
●
If you want to clear displaying screen, please use the clean
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soft cloth
Don’t directly spurt agent on displaying screen, or use any alcohol
and medical disinfector to sterilize the monitor (Glutaraldehyde or
lycine).
●
Lead and cable can be cleaned by soft, wet cloth and soft
soap water. Other methods may shorten the lives of accessories.
d) Please note the items during operation:
● Should unmount the probe from the oximeter and care it well
after operation.
● Please take the batteries out and remain it with plastic if the
monitor would not be used for long
time.
● Don’t make the monitor get the agents.
If some abnormal cases happen, please stop using monitor
immediately, and only after inspection by technical person, it can
be reused.
5.2 Trouble Shooting
a) The oximeter can’t be powered on
Please check the batteries. If you use the external power supply,
please check if the power supply is connected with oximeter properly.
b) “Probe off “ٛ alarm
Please check if the probe is connected with the oximeter correctly. If
the sensor is with extension cable please check if the extension cable
is connected with the sensor correctly.
c) “No finger” alarm
Please check whether the sensor is correctly connected with patient’s
finger.
5.3 Warranty and Repair
5.3.1 Maintenance Method
a) Maintenance responding time: 9:00am~17:30pm, Monday to
Friday
b) Service support: our company offers the support by hot line,
e-mail or spares parts.
Spare parts: our company changes parts if it is necessary free of
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charge in the warranty period.
Because parts are the sources of maintenance, user should send
them back to our company if not specified.
c) Update the system software free of charge.
5.3.2 Exempt and limitation:
a) Our company isn’t responsible for such damage caused by force
majeure. For example: fire, thunder flash, flood, cyclone, hail,
earthquake, house collapse, commotion, plane failing and traffic
accident, deliberate damage, lack of fuel or water, labor and capital
bother, strike and stop-working etc.
b) Non-service items
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The corresponding charge and insurance charge of
disassembling, refurbishing, repackaging and moving the
oximeter or the part of it.
The damage caused by the third company not commended by
our company to adjust, install replace the parts of the
oximeters.
The damage and failure caused by the users incorrect operations
not complying with the operator’s manual.
c) Our company will not provide the free maintenance in the
warranty if the oximeter is installed or connected with the external
devices which are not permitted by Our Company, e.g. printer,
computer, cable and lead to oximeter failure. Our company will charge
for the maintenance.
d) Responsibility limitation
During the period of warranty, if user changes the parts manufactured
by the third party without our company permission, our company is
entitled to stop contract.
5.3.3 User Guarantee
a) Please read user manual carefully before operation
b) Please operate the oximeter as the requests in the manual and
make the daily maintenance
c) Please guarantee the power supply and the working environment
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5.3.4 Non-guarantee principle
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There is no-dispelled smut and not-original mark in the crust.
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There is physical damage on oximeter and its accessory.
●There are liquid leftover and eyewinker on oximeter and lead to short
circuit and plugboard failure.
● All the probe and accessories belong to consumption and beyond
free change range.
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Such damage of probe caused by mechanical force doesn’t
belong to free change range.
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During measurement of SPO2, principle leads to measure
value difficult or inaccurate measurement.
● Maintenance seal of oximeter are not opened.
● Not-original package lead to oximeter during transportation
●Not-professional person operation lead to oximeter failure. Not our
company professionals or authorized personnel disassemble
oximeter and lead to oximeter failure.
● Not carefully read manual and so wrong operation lead to oximeter
damage and failure.
5.3.5 User’s Special Request for Guarantee Time
Our guarantee constitution for oximeter complies with electronic
product after-sale service standard regulated by national laws. We
regulate the guarantee time of hoistboard is one year and all the
accessories are three months. If users request the guarantee time
beyond our regulated guarantee time, we should take it into
consideration. Because electronic product has such character of quick
changing, for such user asking more than three years guarantee time,
our company will not buy oximeter parts during maintenance. Our
company will upgrade oximeter or change new maintenance methods,
for this, we charge the lowest price for new oximeter with user
permission.
5.3.6 Repackage
Take all the accessories and put them into plastic cover
Try to use original package and packing material. User will be
responsible for such damage caused by bad package during
transportation.
Please offer guarantee list and copy of invoice to standby with the
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period of guarantee.
Please describe failure phenomenon in detail and altogether offer
oximeter.
Storage and Transportation
Storage: Storage Temperature -10°C~40°C,Relative Humidity <
90%
Transportation : Transport by air, train or vessel after packing
according to request.
Packing list:
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
The standard accessories:
Accessories
Handheld pulse oximeter
Spo2 probe
Oximeter Jacket
Belt
AA battery
Operator’s manual
Quantity
1 piece
1 pack
1 piece
1 piece
4 piece
1 piece
The optional accessories:
DC 6v power supply Adapter…………………………………. 1piece
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