GoLife User Manual - Air Liquide Australia

GoLife User Manual - Air Liquide Australia
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Instructions for Use
GoLife Nasal Pillows Mask
Intended Use
The GoLife Nasal Pillows Mask is intended to provide an interface for CPAP or bi-level
therapy. This mask is intended for single-patient use in the home or multi-patient use in the
hospital/institutional environment. This mask is to be used on patients greater than 30 kg.
Important Note: An exhalation port is built into the GoLife Nasal Pillows Mask so a
separate exhalation port is not required.
Note: This mask does not contain natural rubber latex or DEHP.
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This mask is not suitable for providing life support ventilation.
This mask is designed for use with CPAP or bi-level systems recommended by your health
care professional or respiratory therapist. Do not wear this mask unless the CPAP or bi-level
system is turned on and operating properly. Do not block or try to seal the exhalation port.
Explanation of the Warning: CPAP systems are intended to be used with special masks with
connectors which have vent holes to allow continuous flow of air out of the mask. When
the CPAP machine is turned on and functioning properly, new air from the CPAP machine
flushes the exhaled air out through the attached mask exhalation port. However, when the
CPAP machine is not operating, enough fresh air will not be provided through the mask, and
exhaled air may be rebreathed. This warning applies to most models of CPAP systems.
If oxygen is used with the device, the oxygen flow must be turned off when the device is
not operating. Explanation of the Warning: When the device is not in operation, and the
oxygen flow is left on, oxygen delivered into the ventilator tubing may accumulate within the
device enclosure. Oxygen accumulated in the device enclosure will create a risk of fire.
Oxygen supports combustion. Oxygen should not be used while smoking or in the presence
of an open flame.
At a fixed flow rate of supplemental oxygen flow, the inhaled oxygen concentration will
vary, depending on the pressure settings, patient breathing pattern, mask selection, and the
leak rate. This warning applies to most types of CPAP and bi-level machines.
Some users may experience skin redness, irritation, or discomfort. If this happens,
discontinue use and contact your healthcare professional.
At low CPAP or EPAP pressures, the flow through the exhalation port may be inadequate
to clear all exhaled gas from the tubing. Some rebreathing may occur.
If an additional exhalation device is added to the patient circuit, you may need to adjust the
pressure level to compensate for the additional leak of the exhalation device.
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GoLife can be used with devices that offer System One resistance compensation enabled
by your provider and GoLife can be used with the Trilogy device utilizing pressure control
modalities. GoLife can be used on devices without System One resistance compensation if
operating with auto-titration disabled or without auto-titration capabilities.
Disconnect sensing systems on ventilators may not work as expected with GoLife pillows.
Caregiver should visually monitor patients for disconnects or use an alternate interface.
Do not rely on any single alarm to detect a patient disconnect condition. The Low Tidal
Volume, Low Minute Ventilation, Low Respiratory Rate and Apnea alarms (if available)
should be used in conjunction with this mask to ensure proper ventilation. Explanation of
the Warning: The ventilator disconnect alarm attempts to detect changes in patient circuit
resistance (including the filter, humidifier, tubing, and mask) while connected to the patient.
In the event the patient becomes disconnected from the interface during ventilation with
the GoLife pillows, the circuit resistance change is not sufficient to activate the disconnect
alarm. Therefore, the circuit disconnect alarm may not function.
Use of a nasal or full face mask may cause tooth, gum, or jaw soreness or aggravate an
existing dental condition. Consult your physician or dentist if symptoms occur.
Hand wash prior to first use. Inspect the mask for damage or wear (cracking, crazing, tears,
etc). Discard and replace any components as necessary.
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Read and understand the instructions completely.
Hand wash the mask.
Wash your face.
Remove the QuickStart fitting tips (if attached to
the headgear).
Ý´»¿²·²¹ ײ-¬®«½¬·±²Hand wash the entire mask, including headgear frame
and straps before first use. The pillows cushions and
tubing should be hand washed daily and the headgear
frame and straps should be hand washed weekly, or as
needed. The headgear frame and straps do not need
to be removed for daily cleaning.
1. Hand wash the mask and headgear straps in warm
water with a mild liquid dish washing detergent.
Ý¿«¬·±²æ Do not use bleach, alcohol, cleaning
solutions containing bleach or alcohol, or cleaning
solutions containing conditioners or moisturizers.
2. Rinse thoroughly with water and air dry out of
direct sunlight. Make sure the mask is dry before
use. Lay the headgear flat or line dry. Do not place
the headgear into the dryer.
É¿®²·²¹æ Inspect the mask for damage or wear
(cracking, crazing, tears, etc). Discard and replace
any components as necessary.
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Institutional Disinfection
For multi-patient use in the hospital/institutional environment, use the Disinfection Guide to reprocess
the mask between patients.These instructions can be obtained by visiting us online at www.philips.com/
respironics or by contacting Philips Respironics Customer Service at 1-800-345-6443 (USA or Canada),
+1-724-387-4000 or at +49 815293060.
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Ü·-¸©¿-¸·²¹ ײ-¬®«½¬·±²The exhalation elbow with integrated tubing can be removed for dishwasher cleaning.
Ý¿«¬·±²æ Use a mild liquid dish washing detergent only.
1. Follow the instructions under the λ³±ª¿¾´» Û´¾±© ©·¬¸ ײ¬»¹®¿¬»¼ Ì«¾» section to
separate the elbow with tubing from the frame.
2. Wash in the top shelf of the dishwasher.
Ý¿«¬·±²æ Do not wash the headgear and frame in the dishwasher.
3. Air dry. Make sure the mask is dry before use.
É¿®²·²¹æ Inspect the mask for damage or wear (cracking, crazing, tears, etc). Discard and
replace any components as necessary.
Philips Respironics System One Resistance Control
This mask uses the System One Resistance Control setting (e.g., ).The following symbol may
appear on your Philips Respironics therapy device (e.g.,
).This represents the level of
mask resistance compensation. Match the setting to the mask as appropriate.
GoLife Nasal Pillows
Size
Setting
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S
X3
M
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Important Notes:
Verify the System One setting if the mask or mask cushion changes.
The System One setting is not compatible with masks requiring a separate/additional
exhalation device.
If your provider has locked the resistance compensation setting, you can view the setting but
cannot change it, and the screen will display a lock symbol. If your provider has disabled the
resistance compensation, you will not see this setting.
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1. To attach a cushion, pinch the sides of the cushion so it flexes inward (Figure 2).
2. With the cushion flexed inward, place the opening over the tubing post on the frame
(Figure 3).
3. Push the ends of the cushion into the frame so the round nubs on the cushion fill the circles
on the right side of the frame, and then on the left side of the frame (Figure 4). Massage the
cushions into place.
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To remove a cushion, grab one side of the cushion and peel it off of the frame.
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1. Pull the elastic headgear on over your head (Figure 5).
2. Place the cushion into your nostrils (Figure 6). Select a cushion that fills your nostrils
comfortably without any gaps between the cushion and the walls of your nostrils.
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3. Evenly adjust the side straps at the same time by pulling the fasteners off of the headgear
and adjusting the length of the straps (Figure 7). Reattach the fastener when the cushion
fits snugly in your nostrils and the mask and headgear feel comfortable.
Note: Do not overtighten the headgear side straps.
4. Adjust the top strap (Figure 8) so that the headgear side straps sit above the ears like a
pair of eyeglasses. The back strap will sit at the base of your head.
5. Connect the tubing included with the CPAP or bi-level therapy device to the tubing
swivel.
6. Lie down and turn on the airflow.
7. Make final adjustments while lying down.
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ݱ³º±®¬ Ì·°Do not adjust the top strap unless the side straps are on your ears. If the side straps are
on your ears, tighten the top strap slightly so that the side straps rests just above the
ears similar to eyeglasses.
There should be no gap between the top of your ears and the side headgear strap.
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Easily remove the mask by grabbing the back headgear strap and slide the headgear forward
over your head.
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The exhalation elbow with integrated tubing can be removed for cleaning.
8. Remove the cushion (Figure 9).
9. Hold the headgear frame with the elbow between your first and second fingers. With your
thumb, push the back of the elbow through the frame (Figure 10).
Ý¿«¬·±²: Do not pull on the 15 mm tubing or damage may occur.
10.Clean per instructions.
11. Reattach the clean elbow with integrated tubing to the frame (Figure 11).
12. Attach the pillows cushion.
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Use the moveable tube management clip to position the CPAP or bi-level tubing to fit to your
needs. The fabric ring can be moved and placed anywhere along the tube and the clip can be
attached to your clothing or pillow case for easier tube management (Figure 12).
The elbow swivels so the tubing can go over your head and the tube management clip can be
used to fasten the tubing to the headgear (Figure 13).
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É¿®²·²¹æ The technical specifications of the mask are provided for your clinician to check
that they are compatible with the CPAP or bi-level device. If used outside these
specifications, or if used with incompatible devices, the comfort of the mask may not be
effective, optimum therapy may not be achieved, and leak, or variation in the rate of leak,
may affect the CPAP or bi-level device function.
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50 SLPM
All cushion sizes
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100 SLPM
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All cushion sizes
<27 mL
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Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
ͬ±®¿¹» ݱ²¼·¬·±²Temperature: -20º to +60º C
Relative Humidity: 15% to 95% non-condensing
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Respironics, Inc. warrants that its mask systems (including mask frame and cushion) (the
“Product”) shall be free from defects of workmanship and materials for a period of ninety (90)
days from the date of purchase (the “Warranty Period”).
If the Product fails under normal conditions of use during the Warranty Period and the Product
is returned to Respironics within the Warranty Period, Respironics will replace the Product.
This warranty is nontransferable and only applies to the original owner of the Product. The
foregoing replacement remedy will be the sole remedy for breach of the foregoing warranty.
This warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, alteration,
failure to use or maintain the Product under conditions of normal use and in accordance with
the terms of the product literature, and other defects not related to materials or workmanship.
This warranty does not apply to any Product that may have been repaired or altered by anyone
other than Respironics. Respironics disclaims all liability for economic loss, loss of profits,
overhead, or indirect, consequential, special or incidental damages which may be claimed to
arise from any sale or use of the Product. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply to you.
THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES.
IN ADDITION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIMED. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW DISCLAIMERS OF IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS
WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS UNDER LAWS APPLICABLE IN YOUR SPECIFIC JURISDICTION.
To exercise your rights under this limited warranty, contact your local authorized Respironics,
Inc. dealer or Respironics, Inc. at 1001 Murry Ridge Lane, Murrysville, Pennsylvania 15668, USA,
or Respironics Deutschland GmbH & Co KG, Gewerbestraße 17, 82211 Herrsching, Germany.
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