Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor User`s Reference

Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor User`s Reference
Datex-Ohmeda
S/5 Light Monitor
User’s Reference Manual
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Conformity according to the Council Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices
CAUTION: U.S. Federal and Canadian law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a
licensed medical practitioner. Outside the USA and Canada, check local laws for any
restriction that may apply.
Document No. 8000056-2
April 2003
Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
P.O. Box 7550, Madison
WI 53707-7550, USA
Tel. +1-608-221-1551
Fax +1-608-222-9147
www.us.datex-ohmeda.com
Datex-Ohmeda Division,
Instrumentarium Corp.
P.O. Box 900, FIN-00031
DATEX-OHMEDA, FINLAND
Tel. +358 10 39411 Fax +358 9 146 3310
http://www.datex-ohmeda.com/
 Instrumentarium Corp. All rights reserved.
Intended purpose
Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor is intended for stationary and mobile monitoring of
patient’s ECG, SpO2, non-invasive and invasive blood pressure, temperature, respiration
and CO2 in hospitals and ambulances. When used outdoors, the monitor must be in the
protective case.
The monitor is intended for use by qualified medical personnel only.
The S/5 Light Monitor is intended for patients with weight from 5 kg (11 lb.) up.
Respiration monitoring is intended for patients three years old and up.
Classification according to IEC 60601-1
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CLASS I EQUIPMENT and INTERNALLY POWERED EQUIPMENT according to the type
of protection against electrical shock.
TYPE BF or CF equipment according to the degree of protection against electric shock
is indicated with a symbol beside each patient connector.
Degree of protection against harmful ingress of water as detailed in the
IEC 60529:
Monitor: IPX1, vertically falling water drops shall have no harmful effects (applicable
when the monitor is in upright position, or tilted backwards). In the protective case
IPX4, splash proof, when the case is closed properly, the monitor is intact and
operates on battery power.
Power adapter: IPX0, ordinary equipment.
Power Adapter for Transport Vehicles: IPX1.
EQUIPMENT not suitable for use in the presence of a FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC
MIXTURE with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
CONTINUOUS OPERATION according to the mode of operation.
Classification according to EU Medical Device Directive
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The monitor is classified as IIb.
Responsibility of the manufacturer
Instrumentarium Corp. is responsible for the effects on safety, reliability and performance of
the equipment only if:
assembly, operations, extensions, readjustments, modifications, service and repairs
are carried out by authorized personnel.
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the electrical installation of the relevant room complies with appropriate
requirements.
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the equipment is used in accordance with this manual.
The CO2 measuring option (N-LCM) is manufactured for Instrumentarium Corp. by
Pryon Corp., 8500 S.W. Creekside Place, Beaverton, OR 97008-7107 USA.
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The Nellcor option (N-LNSAT) is manufactured for Instrumentarium Corp. by
Mallinckrodt Inc., 675 McDonnell Boulevard, P.O. Box 5840, St. Louis, MO 63134 USA.
Trademarks
ComWheel, Datex-Ohmeda AS/3, Datex-Ohmeda CS/3, Light, EarSat, FingerSat and
Flexlite are trademarks of Instrumentarium Corp.
© Instrumentarium Corp. All rights reserved.
General
Table of contents
1.
How to Use THIS MANUAL
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Related documents ............................................................................................... 1
Symbols and abbreviations..................................................................................... 2
Symbols on the equipment ................................................................................ 2
Symbols used in this manual.............................................................................. 4
Chapter symbols .............................................................................................. 4
Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 5
Conventions used in this manual ............................................................................. 6
2.
SAFETY
7
Warnings ............................................................................................................. 7
EXPLOSION HAZARD.......................................................................................... 7
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD............................................................................... 7
PATIENT SAFETY ................................................................................................ 8
Cautions.............................................................................................................. 9
BATTERY CAUTIONS ......................................................................................... 10
3.
Unpacking and Installation
11
Unpacking.......................................................................................................... 11
Placing .............................................................................................................. 11
Electrical Power Adapter....................................................................................... 12
Charge batteries ............................................................................................ 13
Connecting to network ......................................................................................... 13
Configuration ..................................................................................................... 13
Disposal ............................................................................................................ 14
4.
Description
15
Parts of the monitor............................................................................................. 15
Rear panel......................................................................................................... 16
Keys and controls................................................................................................ 17
ComWheel .................................................................................................... 17
Display.............................................................................................................. 18
Measurement connectors..................................................................................... 19
5.
Operation
20
Getting started.................................................................................................... 20
During monitoring................................................................................................ 20
In-between patients............................................................................................. 20
At the end of the day ........................................................................................... 20
Using menus ...................................................................................................... 21
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Batteries
22
Charging batteries............................................................................................... 22
Charging in the monitor ................................................................................... 22
Removing batteries from the Battery Module ........................................................... 23
Battery alarms.................................................................................................... 23
Storing and disposing of batteries.......................................................................... 23
7.
Cleaning
25
Dust filter .......................................................................................................... 26
Monitor casing.................................................................................................... 26
Pulse oximetry sensors ........................................................................................ 26
ECG cables, temperature probes, NIBP hose ........................................................... 26
NIBP cuff ........................................................................................................... 27
Invasive pressure cables...................................................................................... 27
Airway accessories.............................................................................................. 27
Adapters....................................................................................................... 27
Mainstream CO2 sensor.................................................................................. 27
8.
ALARMS
29
Alarm categories................................................................................................. 29
Smart start alarms.......................................................................................... 30
Silencing alarms ................................................................................................. 30
Silencing alarms for two minutes....................................................................... 31
Turning audible alarms on and off ..................................................................... 31
Alarm messages ................................................................................................. 32
Alarms setup and adjustments .............................................................................. 32
Adjusting alarm limits...................................................................................... 32
Other settings ................................................................................................ 33
Automatic alarm recording.................................................................................... 33
Alarm tables....................................................................................................... 34
Alarm sources................................................................................................ 34
Default limits................................................................................................. 34
Auto alarm limits ............................................................................................ 36
9.
MONITOR SETUP
38
Screen setup ..................................................................................................... 38
Selecting waveforms....................................................................................... 38
Selecting numerical display fields ..................................................................... 39
Setting time & date ............................................................................................. 40
Install/Service menu........................................................................................... 41
Default settings .................................................................................................. 41
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TRENDS
45
Viewing graphic trends ......................................................................................... 46
Graphic trend pages........................................................................................ 46
Viewing numerical trend ....................................................................................... 48
Changing trend setup........................................................................................... 49
Erasing trend data............................................................................................... 49
11.
Patient Data
50
12.
Recording and Printing
52
Recording .......................................................................................................... 52
Selecting the waveforms to be recorded............................................................. 52
Recording trends................................................................................................. 53
Other recorder settings......................................................................................... 53
Recorder paper replacement................................................................................. 54
Printing.............................................................................................................. 54
Selecting the printer ....................................................................................... 54
Selecting the paper size .................................................................................. 55
Printer installation............................................................................................... 55
Printer setup.................................................................................................. 55
13.
Network and DataCard
56
Networking......................................................................................................... 56
Patient view and multi view on the Datex-Ohmeda Central screen ........................... 56
Monitor-to-Monitor communication.................................................................... 57
DataCard........................................................................................................... 57
Inserting and removing the card ........................................................................ 57
Collecting data............................................................................................... 58
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ECG
59
Monitoring ECG................................................................................................... 59
Applying electrodes ............................................................................................. 59
Patient preparation......................................................................................... 59
Placing electrodes .......................................................................................... 60
Electrode coding ............................................................................................ 60
Selecting trunk cable ...................................................................................... 61
What should happen when electrodes are applied ?............................................. 61
Selecting ECG lead ......................................................................................... 61
ECG display........................................................................................................ 61
Cascaded ECG............................................................................................... 62
ECG adjustments ................................................................................................ 62
ECG setup.......................................................................................................... 63
Setting heart rate alarm ....................................................................................... 64
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Pacemaker patients ............................................................................................ 64
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Respiration
65
Monitoring respiration.......................................................................................... 65
Patient connections ............................................................................................ 65
Respiration setup ............................................................................................... 65
Limitations of measuring ...................................................................................... 66
Measuring principle............................................................................................. 67
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Pulse Oximetry
68
Monitoring pulse oximetry..................................................................................... 68
Selecting sensor................................................................................................. 69
Applying sensors................................................................................................. 69
What should happen when sensor is applied ?.................................................... 70
Pulse oximetry display..................................................................................... 70
Measuring limitations .......................................................................................... 70
Adjustments....................................................................................................... 71
Setting SpO2 alarms ........................................................................................... 72
Measuring principle............................................................................................. 72
Alternative SpO2 measurement............................................................................. 73
Nellcor sensors ........................................................................................... 73
17.
TEMPERATURE
74
Monitoring temperature ....................................................................................... 74
Temperature display ....................................................................................... 74
Temperature testing ............................................................................................ 74
Temperature setup.............................................................................................. 75
18.
NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE (NIBP)
76
Monitoring NIBP.................................................................................................. 76
Display of NIBP measurement .......................................................................... 77
Automatic NIBP double check........................................................................... 78
Using NIBP functions ........................................................................................... 78
Starting/Stopping autocycle ............................................................................ 79
Starting a manual measurement....................................................................... 79
Canceling any measurement............................................................................ 79
Starting a continuous measurement (STAT) ......................................................... 80
Using venous stasis............................................................................................. 80
NIBP adjustments ............................................................................................... 81
Calibration check................................................................................................ 81
NIBP alarms ....................................................................................................... 82
Measuring principle............................................................................................. 82
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INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE
83
Monitoring invasive pressures ............................................................................... 83
Preparing pressure line.................................................................................... 83
Zeroing transducer.......................................................................................... 84
Invasive pressure display................................................................................. 85
Adjustments....................................................................................................... 86
Labeling the invasive line................................................................................. 86
Changing the scale ......................................................................................... 87
Other invasive pressure setup adjustments......................................................... 87
Invasive pressure alarms ...................................................................................... 88
Measuring principle ............................................................................................. 88
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Carbon Dioxide, CO 2
89
Monitoring mainstream CO2.................................................................................. 89
Display of CO2 measurement................................................................................ 90
CO2 adjustments ................................................................................................ 91
Calibration check ................................................................................................ 91
Unit conversions ................................................................................................. 92
Measuring principle ........................................................................................ 92
21.
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
93
Maintenance...................................................................................................... 93
Once a month ................................................................................................ 93
Once a year................................................................................................... 93
Checklist ........................................................................................................... 93
General ........................................................................................................ 93
ECG/Respiration............................................................................................ 94
Pulse oximetry ............................................................................................... 94
Temperature.................................................................................................. 95
Non-invasive blood pressure NIBP..................................................................... 95
Invasive blood pressure................................................................................... 96
CO2 ............................................................................................................. 96
Battery packs and Module ............................................................................... 96
Alarm and information messages ........................................................................... 97
ECG ............................................................................................................. 97
Impedance respiration .................................................................................... 98
Invasive blood pressure................................................................................... 98
NIBP............................................................................................................. 99
Temperature................................................................................................ 101
Pulse oximetry ............................................................................................. 101
CO2 ........................................................................................................... 102
DataCard .................................................................................................... 103
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Battery....................................................................................................... 104
Recorder .................................................................................................... 104
Other messages........................................................................................... 105
Troubleshooting................................................................................................ 106
22.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
107
Parameter specifications.................................................................................... 107
ECG........................................................................................................... 107
Impedance respiration .................................................................................. 107
Pulse oximetry (SpO2)/Pleth.......................................................................... 108
Temperature................................................................................................ 109
Non-invasive blood pressure.......................................................................... 109
Invasive blood pressure (F-LMP1 models only) .................................................. 110
General........................................................................................................... 111
Environmental conditions .............................................................................. 112
Display....................................................................................................... 112
Trends........................................................................................................ 113
Alarms........................................................................................................ 113
Light Monitor Battery Module (optional) (w/2 battery slots) ................................. 113
S/5 Light Monitor Backup Battery (optional)..................................................... 113
External Power Adapter ................................................................................. 114
Power Adapter for transport vehicles (optional) ................................................. 114
Option codes.................................................................................................... 114
Nurse call and defibrillator synchronization signals ............................................ 115
23.
Accessories
24.
INDEX
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1. HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
This manual describes how to use and maintain the Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light
Monitors F-LM1 and F-LMP1.
The General section gives you information about safety aspects and
installation. Get acquainted with them before using the monitor.
The Basic Operation section helps you through the daily basic use of the
monitor.
The Detailed Operation section describes the monitor functions in detail. These
chapters are necessary if you want to master all the features available in the
monitor.
The Troubleshooting/Specifications and Index sections help you find the
information you need in various situations.
NOTE: Before using your monitor, please read this manual. Pay special attention
to WARNING and CAUTION statements.
Related documents
S/5 Light Monitor Technical Reference Manual
The Technical Reference Manual provides detailed technical descriptions and
instructions for the service, maintenance procedures and troubleshooting.
Light Monitor Schematic Diagrams
The Schematic Diagrams provide schematic diagrams and part layouts for the
monitor.
Patient Monitor Supplies and Accessories
The Patient Monitor Supplies and Accessories Catalogue provides information
on all supplies and accessories available for the monitor.
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Symbols and abbreviations
Symbols on the equipment
Attention, consult accompanying documents.
on the rear panel
indicates the warning:
Electric shock hazard. Do not open monitor frame. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel.
Do not touch any part of the monitor or patient connections during
defibrillation procedure.
Disconnect power supply before servicing.
on the rear panel dust
filter indicates the
reminder:
Check rear panel dust filter regularly, and clean at least once a
month.
on the patient
connector panel
indicates the
warnings and
cautions:
Use only the specified cables and accessories.
on the external power
adapter indicates the
cautions:
For continued protection against fire hazard, replace only with same
type and rating of fuse.
Ensure proper contact of the return electrode of the electrosurgery
unit to your patient to avoid possible burns at ECG electrode or other
probe sites.
The output signals are not floating and must not be connected
directly to a patient.
Make sure voltage selector is set according to local voltage.
For indoor use only. For patient transport outdoors, use the monitor
in its protective case and with battery power only.
Do not immerse in liquid or allow any liquid to enter the interior.
on the battery unit
indicates the
warnings and
cautions:
Do not put in fire.
Do not short-circuit any terminals.
Do not disassemble or mutilate.
Use only with Battery Module or External Battery Charger.
Discharge and charge batteries fully once a month to restore full
capacity.
Sealed NiCd battery must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Discharge before disposing.
on the CO2 sensor:
Do not immerse the sensor in liquids or autoclave it.
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SpO2, CO2: Type BF (IEC-60601-1) protection against electrical
shock, not defibrillation proof.
NIBP: Type BF (IEC-60601-1) defibrillator-proof protection against
electrical shock.
Temperature: Type CF (IEC-60601-1) protection against electrical
shock.
ECG, Impedance Respiration, P1, P2: Type CF (IEC-60601-1)
defibrillator-proof protection against electrical shock.
Ni-Cd
Battery packs contain heavy metal cadmium (chemical symbol Cd)
and in case of disposal, must be separated from other waste
according to local regulations.
Battery packs contain Ni-Cd and they can be recycled.
Ni-Cd
IPX-class:
IPX0
IPX1
IPX4
Degree of protection against harmful ingress of water as detailed in
the IEC 60529:
- ordinary equipment
- vertically falling water drops shall have no harmful effects
- splash proof
Battery charging LEDs: LEDs are blinking while batteries are being
charged and stay illuminated when batteries are fully charged and
the monitor is connected to mains.
The monitor is connected to the network (optional).
The DataCard (option) is inserted. If symbol is blinking, the card is
faulty or it is not inserted properly.
A blinking heart next to the heart rate or pulse rate value indicates
the beats detected.
A lung next to the respiration rate value indicates that respiration
rate is calculated from the impedance respiration measurement.
Silence alarm indicator. When displayed on the upper left corner of
the screen, indicates that all the alarms are silenced. When in the
menu or digit fields, indicates that the alarm source has been turned
off.
Alternating current
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Input voltage
Output voltage
Ethernet connectors
Printer connector
Sample gas outlet
Do not immerse the sensor in liquids.
Symbols used in this manual
Indicates the procedure for making adjustments (turn and press) in the
menus.
Submenu. Selecting a menu item with this symbol opens a new menu.
Chapter symbols
General chapters
Measuring parameter chapters
General information
ECG
Operation
NIBP
Alarms
Pulse oximetry
Trends
Temperature
°C
°F
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Recorder
Invasive pressure
Monitor setup
CO2
Networking and DataCard
Impedance respiration
Patient data
Abbreviations
Blood pressure:
Art
CVP
ICP
Inv.
Mean
NIBP
P
PA
S/D
arterial pressure
central venous pressure
intracranial pressure
invasive
mean of diastolic and systolic pressures
non-invasive blood pressure
blood pressure
pulmonary arterial pressure
systolic/diastolic
Temperature:
Temp
AirW
Axil
Blad
Eso
Myo
Naso
Rect
Room
Skin
Temp
Tymp
Core
Surf
temperature
airway temperature
axillary temperature
bladder temperature
esophageal temperature
myocardial temperature
nasopharyngeal temperature
rectal temperature
room temperature
skin temperature
temperature
tympanic temperature
central temperature
surface temperature
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Miscellaneous:
Casc
ECG
EL
HR
LED
Pleth
P/N
PR
SpO2
MS
SN, S/N
cascaded ECG waveform
electrocardiography
electroluminescence (display)
heart rate
light emitting diode
plethysmograph waveform
part number
pulse rate
oxygen saturation measured by pulse oximeter
mainstream CO2 measurement
serial number
Conventions used in this manual
Names of the keys appear in bold typeface: Normal Screen.
Selectable menu items appear in bold and italic typeface: Previous Menu.
Informative messages displayed on the screen are enclosed in single quotes:
‘Please wait’.
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2. SAFETY
Warnings
WARNING
Indicates situations in which the user or the patient may be in
danger of injury or death.
EXPLOSION HAZARD
•
Do not use the monitor in presence of flammable anesthetics.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
•
Do not remove cover. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
•
Use only hospital-grade grounded electrical outlets and power cord.
Grounding reliability can only be achieved when the equipment is
connected to a receptacle marked ‘hospital grade’.
•
Make sure that external equipment is hospital grade grounded before you
connect it to the monitor. Do not connect any external equipment to the
monitor, except that specified by Datex-Ohmeda.
•
When connecting external equipment to monitor, make sure that the
whole combination complies with safety standard IEC 60601-1-1 for the
medical electrical systems and with the requirements of local authorities.
A non-medical electrical equipment connected to monitor shall be
supplied from an extra separating transformer with a protectively
grounded power outlet.
•
Before cleaning, disconnect the monitor from electrical outlet.
•
Do not immerse any part of the monitor in liquids or allow liquid to enter
the interior.
•
Do not autoclave any part of the monitor with steam or ethylene oxide.
•
After cleaning, or if liquid has accidentally entered the interior of the
monitor, make sure that every part of the monitor is dry before
reconnecting it to the power supply.
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PATIENT SAFETY
•
Always make sure that necessary alarm limits are set and operative when
you start monitoring.
•
When the alarms are suppressed, observe the patient frequently.
•
Connect only one patient to one monitor at a time.
•
Constant attention by a qualified professional is needed whenever a
patient is under anesthesia or connected to a ventilator. Some
equipment malfunctions may pass unnoticed in spite of the monitor
alarm.
•
Do not use antistatic or electrically conductive breathing tubes. They may
increase the risk of burns when electrosurgery unit is utilized.
•
Do not use the monitor during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
•
ECG, Impedance Respiration, InvBP: Ensure proper contact of the return
electrode of the electrosurgery unit to your patient to avoid possible burns
at sensor sites.
•
ECG, Impedance Respiration, InvBP: Make sure that no part of the patient
connections touches any electrically conductive material including earth.
•
Impedance Respiration: In obstructive apnea, thoracic movements and
impedance variations may continue.
•
NIBP: The monitor sets the inflation pressure automatically according to
the first measurement. Reset the case to reset the inflation limit before
measuring a new patient.
•
PATIENTS WITH PACEMAKERS OR ARRHYTHMIAS: Monitor may count the
pacemaker pulses as heart beats during cardiac arrest, some
arrhythmias, and with certain types of pacemakers particularly in ON R
mode. Do not rely entirely upon rate meter alarms. Keep patients with
pacemakers and arrhythmias under close surveillance.
•
PACEMAKER PATIENTS: The impedance respiration measurement may
cause rate changes in Minute Ventilation Rate Responsive Pacemakers.
Set the pacemaker rate responsive mode off or turn off the impedance
respiration measurement on the monitor.
•
SpO2: A damaged sensor or a sensor soaked in liquid may cause burns
during electrosurgery.
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SpO2: Change measuring site frequently. Change the sensor site and
check skin and circulatory status every 2-4 hours with adults and every
hour with small children.
•
The output signals are not floating and must not be connected directly to
a patient.
•
Do not use delayed analog signals for defibrillator or intra-aortic balloon
pump synchronization.
•
The monitor is intended for use by qualified medical personnel only.
•
InvBP: All invasive procedures involve risks to the patient. Use aseptic
technique. Follow catheter manufacturer’s instructions.
•
InvBP: Use only defibrillator proof cables and transducers.
Cautions
CAUTION
Indicates situations in which the unit or devices connected to it may
be damaged.
•
Use licensed patient cables and accessories only, see Patient Monitor
supplies and accessories catalogue. Other cables and accessories may
damage the system or interfere with measurement.
•
Before connecting the power cord, ensure that the input voltage selector
is set correctly in the external power adapter.
•
Use the monitor outdoors with the battery power only.
•
Do not store the monitor beyond the specified temperature range.
•
Do not use hypochlorite, ammonia-, phenol- or acetone-based cleaners.
They may damage the monitor.
•
Clean rear panel fan dust filter once a month or whenever needed.
•
Leave space around the monitor for ventilation to prevent the monitor
from overheating.
•
Do not apply pressurized air to any outlet or tubing connected to the
monitor. Pressure may destroy sensitive elements.
•
When used in moving vehicle, mount the monitor properly.
•
Dispose of the device and parts thereof in accordance with local
regulations.
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Vibrations during transport may disturb SpO2, ECG, impedance
respiration and NIBP measurements.
•
CO2, SpO2: Do not apply force to sensors or sensor cables.
•
DataCards: Do not subject cards to excessive heat, bending, or magnetic
fields.
•
InvBP: Mechanical shock to invasive blood pressure transducer may
cause severe shifts in zero balance and calibration and produce
erroneous readings.
•
Electromagnetic interference from radio-frequency transmitting devices in
ambulances may affect the performance of this medical device.
BATTERY CAUTIONS
•
Do not put in fire.
•
Do not short-circuit any terminals.
•
Do not use damaged or leaking batteries.
•
Do not disassemble or break the batteries.
•
Use only with Battery Module or External Battery Charger.
•
Charge and discharge batteries fully once a month to restore full
capacity.
•
Sealed NiCd battery must be recycled or disposed of properly. Discharge
before disposing.
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3. UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
Unpacking
The monitor is delivered in one box containing typically (as minimum):
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Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor Power Adapter with power cord or
optional Power Adapter for Transport Vehicles
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User’s Reference Manual
Check that the contents correspond to your order and that all additional options
you have ordered are included. If any of the items appears damaged or is
missing, contact your sales person immediately.
Placing
The monitor can be placed on a flat surface or hung with the handle from bed or
wall rails. Make sure that the surface or rail holds up to at least 10 kg/22 lb.
Figure 3-1
Installation
A protective case is also available. If using the case, make sure that the monitor
is always in a standing position to ensure proper ventilation. The monitor is
splash-proof (IPX4) when it is in the protective case and all the openings of the
case are closed properly. Make sure the monitor is intact and operates on
battery power. When used outdoors, the monitor must be in the protective case.
NOTE: The pocket in the protective case is not water-proof. Do not place items in
the pocket that may be damaged by moisture.
Universal mounting solutions are sold separately. Contact your local distributor.
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Electrical Power Adapter
Use only the power cord and power adapter provided with the monitor.
•
Set the voltage selector on the adapter to the right position (115V/230V)
e.g. with a pen.
•
Connect the adapter cord to the connector on the rear panel.
•
Connect the power cord to the adapter and then plug onto the wall
electrical outlet.
NOTE: To use the power adapter, it must be lying on a flat surface or hanging
from the holder.
Do not let any liquid enter the adapter.
When external power supply is in use, a green led is lit.
Figure 3-2
WARNING
Placing Power Adapter
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD: Use only hospital grade grounded
electrical outlets.
CAUTION
Before connecting the power cord, ensure that the
input voltage selector is set correctly in the power
adapter.
In vehicles with 12 - 32 V power source, use the Power Adapter for Transport
Vehicles, N-LPOWT. For information on how to install and use this adapter, refer
to the instruction sheet provided with it, or contact your local distributor.
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CAUTION
Electromagnetic interference from radio-frequency transmitting
devices in ambulances may affect the performance of this medical
device.
Charge batteries
Keep the monitor connected to the mains outlet. The batteries are fully charged
when the battery capacity indicators on the screen show FULL and green LEDs
in the Battery Module stop flashing.
CAUTION
When stored for longer periods, or used mostly with mains power,
charge and discharge the batteries fully once a month.
Connecting to network
The monitor can be connected to a monitor network for central monitoring and
printing services.
•
Connect the Ethernet and location ID plug to the corresponding
connectors on the monitor’s rear panel.
•
Configure the location IDs in the Datex-Ohmeda Central.
When the monitor is connected to the network and turned on, the network
symbol is displayed on the upper right corner of the screen:
Configuration
When the monitor is delivered, it is configured with the factory default settings
and is ready to use.
If you want to change the settings and make your own permanent configuration,
refer to chapters “Alarms” and “Monitor setup” of this manual.
Disposal
Dispose of the monitor, or parts of it, in accordance with local environmental
and waste disposal regulations.
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4. DESCRIPTION
Parts of the monitor
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
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Battery (2 pieces)
Recorder (option)
DataCard slot (option)
Handle with rail hooks
Alarm indicators
Function keys
ComWheel
Power On/Standby
External power indicator
External power adapter, or Power Adapter for Transport Vehicles
Battery Module (option)
Battery charge status LEDs
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Rear panel
5
4
3
2
Figure 4-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
1
8
Rear panel
Dust filter
Feature connector, X3
Connector for power adapter, X1
Printer connector (serial), X2
Mounting attachment
External VGA connector, X7
Connector for network location ID plug, X6
Network connector, X5
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Keys and controls
On/Standby.
Normal
Screen
Returns back to normal monitoring display.
Silence
Alarms
Silences the alarm sound for two minutes.
Menu
Calls up the main menu which enables changing the monitor
settings.
Start/Cancel
Opens NIBP mini menu for autocycling or a single non-invasive
blood pressure measurement. Cancels any NIBP measurement.
Zero ALL
Zeroes all invasive pressure lines (except ICP which needs to be
zeroed separately, see chapter “Invasive pressure”).
NIBP
Freeze
Recorder
Start/Stop
Stops the waveform sweep for 60 seconds. Pressing it again
unfreezes the sweep.
Starts/stops recording of selected waveforms with the built-in
recorder.
ComWheel
Menu functions are controlled by turning and pressing the
ComWheel.
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Display
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 4-3
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Parts of the display
Alarm message field (for five messages)
Battery status field
Actual time
Up to four waveform fields with numeric information
Up to four digit fields
The waveform and digit fields are configurable, see chapter “Monitor setup.”
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Measurement connectors
Connectors for measurement sensors are in the right side panel. Connectors are
marked with the measurement abbreviations and symbols specifying the type of
protection against electrical shock.
P1
NIBP
3
2
P2
SpO2
4
CO2
ECG +
Resp
1
5
T
Signal
Out
6
7
Figure 4-4
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Connector panel
(6)
Mainstream CO2 connector
Connectors for invasive pressure lines
NIBP hose connector
Pulse oximetry sensor connector
ECG trunk cable connector, also used for impedance respiration
measurement
Temperature probe connector
(7)
Signal out connector
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5. OPERATION
Getting started
•
Turn on the power.
After 10 seconds a start-up display will appear, the CO2 measurement needs to
warm up about 80 seconds in room temperature. If the monitor has been stored
in the temperature below freezing point, it takes approximately one hour to
warm up.
•
•
•
Make patient connections, check the accessories.
Zero invasive lines.
Check that desired parameters are displayed in digit and waveform fields.
If necessary, make appropriate adjustments.
During monitoring
•
•
•
•
Ensure that ECG electrodes have a good skin contact.
Change pulse oximetry measuring site frequently.
Observe the cuffed limb frequently during NIBP measurement.
If the monitor is connected to the network, the patient information and
alarms can be followed on the screens of the Datex-Ohmeda Central and
the S/5 monitors connected to the system.
In-between patients
•
Print trends: see chapter “Recorder.”
•
Reset previous case: Press Menu and select Patient Data - Reset ALL.
Change single use accessories; clean reusable ones.
Check the monitor and accessories before use.
Plug in the power cord to charge batteries.
•
•
•
At the end of the day
•
•
•
•
Turn the monitor to standby.
Remove the power cord.
Clean the monitor and reusable accessories. Let dry completely.
Plug in the power cord to charge batteries.
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Using menus
• Press the Menu key.
• Select the item by turning
and pressing the ComWheel.
• Change settings by turning
and pressing the ComWheel.
Need help?
Short instructions appear in
every menu.
Normal
Screen
• Press Normal Screen.
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6. BATTERIES
The monitor can be equipped with either the Battery Module (F-LBAT) with two
removable batteries, or the Backup Battery (N-LBB) with a built-in battery pack
in the monitor basement.
Battery capacity is displayed on the battery status field. The arrow shows the
discharging (left) and recharging (right) level of the battery.
The Battery Module works for two hours (one hour / battery) and Backup Battery
for 30 minutes with fully charged batteries.
NOTE: Make sure that there is enough battery capacity for a patient transport.
Charging batteries
•
Charge the batteries in +10...40 °C (50...104 °F) only.
Charging in the monitor
•
Keep the monitor connected to power outlet. The batteries are charged
when the monitor is either ON or STANDBY.
•
If monitor is turned ON, an arrow to the right is displayed on the Battery
Status field during charging.
•
The green LEDs on the battery module keep flashing until the battery is
fully charged.
Charging empty batteries to full capacity for Battery Module takes
approximately 3.5 hours/battery, and for Backup Battery 1.5 hours. The
protective case may increase the operating temperature so check the charging
status when using it.
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Removing batteries from the Battery Module
•
Push the release latch down.
•
The battery pops out from the frame.
Figure 6-1
Removing battery packs from the Battery Module
Replace the batteries with new ones if the total operation time is less than one
hour. Part number is 896895.
Battery alarms
If something out of normal routine happens, a corresponding message appears.
These battery alarm and note messages are explained in chapter “Maintenance
and troubleshooting.”
Storing and disposing of batteries
Keep the batteries in the monitor or external charger. If they are stored for longer
periods, store them fully charged in a dry place. Before use, charge them fully.
CAUTION
Do not put in fire.
CAUTION
Do not short-circuit any terminals.
CAUTION
Do not disassemble or mutilate.
CAUTION
Use only with Battery Module or External Battery Charger.
CAUTION
Do not insert any other than specified batteries into Battery Module
or External Charger.
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When stored for longer periods or used mostly with mains power; charge and
discharge the batteries fully once a month.
This battery contains heavy metal cadmium (Cd), and when disposed, must be
separated from other waste according to local regulations.
Ni-Cd
Battery packs can be recycled. Discharge before disposing.
Ni-Cd
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7. CLEANING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD:
Before cleaning, disconnect the monitor from electrical outlet.
Do not immerse any part of the monitor in liquids or allow liquid
to enter the interior.
Do not autoclave any part of the monitor with steam or ethylene
oxide.
After cleaning, or if liquid has accidentally entered the interior
of the monitor, make sure that every part of the monitor is dry
before reconnecting it to the power supply.
CAUTION
Do not use hypochlorite, acetone-, phenol-, or ammonia-based
cleaners.
Cleaning
Why ?
Which items ?
How ?
To remove
dirt and most
microbes.
All parts daily.
The items to be
disinfected or
sterilized.
NOTE: Always detach accessories from the monitor and the patient before
cleaning.
• Wipe away visible organic material using a moist cloth and mild
detergent, e.g. Datex-Ohmeda Cleaning Fluid.
• Rinse as recommended by the detergent manufacturer.
• Allow to dry completely.
Disinfecting
To kill and
remove
pathogenic
microbes.
Accessories and
With heat:
supplies in contact • Wash in a washing machine (at least 1 min at 85°C/185°F).
with the patient’s
With chemicals:
skin or airways.
1. Immerse in 2% glutaraldehyde for 10 minutes (pH=6.5). After
tuberculosis, HIV or hepatitis patient, the treatment time should be 20
min.
2. Rinse carefully and let dry.
or
• Wipe with alcohol and let dry.
Sterilization
To kill the
microbes and
bacterial
spores.
Accessories and
supplies
penetrating the
patient’s tissue.
•
•
•
Steam autoclave at maximum 121°C (250 °F) for 15 min.
Use ethylene oxide mixture at 50 to 60°C (120 to 140°F). Follow the
sterilizer manufacturer’s recommendations for required aeration times.
Immerse in 2% glutaraldehyde for three hours, rinse carefully and let dry.
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Dust filter
Clean the dust filter at least once a month:
1.
Pull out the filter frame on the rear panel. Do not remove any screws!
2.
Shake the filter and blow out the dust.
If the filter is damaged, replace it with a new one (p/n 886841).
Monitor casing
1.
Wipe gently using a moist cloth and mild detergent.
2.
Let dry completely before reconnecting the power cord.
Pulse oximetry sensors
1. Wipe the sensor with mild detergent solution.
2. Allow it to dry completely before use.
The Sat Sensors may be sterilized using ethylene oxide.
The Sat Sensors are latex free. Take possible patient allergies into account also
when selecting the cleaning agent.
With the option using Nellcor sensors, see instructions in the sensor package.
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY: A damaged sensor, or a sensor soaked in
liquid, may cause burns during electrosurgery.
ECG cables, temperature probes, NIBP hose
Wipe the cables with mild detergent solution. When necessary, use disinfectant.
Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Disinfect only the items that
tolerate the process.
NIBP cuff
Clean only when necessary:
1. Remove the bladder from the cuff.
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2. Wash the bladder and the cuff in mild detergent solution. Do NOT use
alcohol.
Invasive pressure cables
1. Wipe the cables with sterile alcohol-based detergent.
2. After cleaning wipe the surfaces with a cloth dampened with sterile water.
Dry with a dry cloth.
Airway accessories
Adapters
Replace the single patient use adapter after each patient.
If the adapter is occluded, it can be rinsed with water and air dried. It may then
be replaced into the ventilator circuit of the same patient.
Multi-use adapters can be rinsed with water and steam autoclaved. The adapter
is designed to withstand 20 sterilization cycles. Before using, check that the
adapter windows are dry and residue-free and that the adapter has not been
damaged.
Make sure that all traces of alcohol or detergent are rinsed away or dried before
connecting to the patient.
Mainstream CO2 sensor
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD: Do not immerse the sensor in
liquids or autoclave it.
Wipe the sensor with a slightly damp cotton swab. When necessary, use
disinfectant.
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8. ALARMS
In alarm:
•
Messages (max. five messages) appear on the alarm message field at the
top of the display in the priority order from left to right.
•
Audible alarm is heard.
•
External Nurse Call signal is active, and if the monitor is connected to the
network, the alarm is passed into it.
•
Yellow or red alarm indicator (LED) next to the Silence Alarms key is
illuminated according to the alarm category.
•
The measured value, which activates the alarm, flashes and an
explanation may appear on the waveform, the digit field, or the alarm
message field.
Alarms are active also when the parameter is not selected on the screen unless
the alarm source is not turned off. See default settings in “Alarm tables/alarm
sources” later in this chapter.
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY: Always make sure that alarm limits are set and
alarms are on when monitoring a patient.
Alarm categories
Alarms are classified into two types, red and yellow alarms. The alarm type
depends primarily upon the physiological significance and the duration of the
alarm; e.g., ‘Asystole’ advances rapidly to the red category.
The alarm messages are displayed in the order of priority from left to right.
Audio alarms follow either General or ISO pattern. This selection can be made in
Install/Service menu and is stored in permanent memory. Select the same
pattern for all the monitors in a hospital.
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Table 8-1
Alarm priority categories
Category
Visual
Red alarm
Red LED
If the alarm is
connected to
measured values,
this number field
is flashed.
ISO:
3+2 beeps every
6 seconds.
General:
Continuous string
of beeps.
--- -- --- --
-------------
Yellow LED
If the alarm is
connected to
measured values,
this number field
is flashed.
Triple beep every
20 seconds.
Double beep every
5 seconds.
---
---
-- -- -- --
Message is
displayed.
Single beep.
Single beep.
-
-
Yellow
alarm
Note
Audio pattern
Meaning
Life
threatening
situation.
Serious
problem.
Advisory note
or equipment
related alarm.
Smart start alarms
Alarms are automatically active once the patient connection cables are
attached. Some alarms have their own specific requirements before they
become active:
•
Invasive pressures must be within alarm limits for 20 seconds after
zeroing.
•
Apnea alarm requires at least three detected breaths.
•
When apnea alarm is activated, the high and low alarms of CO2 and
respiration will not be activated.
Silencing alarms
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY: Do not turn off audible alarms without
assuming continuous, direct observation of the patient.
Silencing alarms also disables the external Nurse Call signal.
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Alarms
Silencing alarms for two minutes
•
Press Silence Alarms.
with a countdown timer appears on the screen, and the
The symbol
message is cleared from the display. Messages of new alarms also appear
during silencing period. After two minutes, all silenced alarms and Nurse Call
function will return to normal alarm operation.
To reactivate alarms:
•
Press the Silence Alarms key during the silencing period.
The alarm sounds of new alarms and the Nurse Call signal are activated.
Turning audible alarms on and off
It is possible to silence only apnea, ECG and apnea alarms, or all the alarms:
•
•
•
•
Press Menu.
Select Alarms Setup.
Select Audio ON/OFF.
Select Silence ECG, Silence Apnea, Silence Apnea + ECG or
Silence ALL.
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If an active alarm is suppressed, the monitor will give a reminder beep every two
minutes. (Reminder beep volume can be adjusted by selecting Reminder
Volume).
If asystole alarm is silenced, and ECG is used as the heart rate source, the HR
high and low limits are also silenced.
Alarm messages
All messages are listed in chapter “Maintenance and troubleshooting.”
Alarms setup and adjustments
You can adjust alarm limits and volume, silence alarms permanently, and view
alarm status (a 10-minute trend) in Alarms Setup menu.
•
Press Menu.
•
Select Alarms Setup.
Adjusting alarm limits
Alarm limits can be adjusted individually (Adjust Limits) or set near to real
measured patient values (Auto Limits).
To adjust alarm limits:
•
Select Adjust Limits.
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•
•
Select the desired high or low alarm limit by turning and pressing the
ComWheel.
Adjust the alarm limit up or down by turning the wheel.
Press the wheel to confirm the adjusted alarm limit.
Turn the ComWheel to move the highlight either to the next alarm limit or
to the Exit box.
Press the ComWheel.
•
Press Normal Screen to return to normal monitoring.
•
•
•
To set auto limits
Auto limits are calculated from the measured patient values at the time when
auto limits are selected. These limits enable close patient control with individual
alarms.
•
Select Auto Limits.
•
Press Normal Screen.
Other settings
Default Limits Sets the alarms to the default alarm limits.
Cancel Changes Returns all the values to those that were valid when the Alarms Setup menu
was entered.
Alarm Sources NIBP and invasive pressure alarms have alternative sources, (systolic, diastolic,
mean pressure, or OFF).
Alarm Volume The volume of the audio alarms can be adjusted from 1 (soft) to 10 (loud).
Audio ON/OFF All alarms or asystole alone can be turned on and off.
Alarm History Displays a list of the last 10 alarms message with respective times. Press the
ComWheel to get back to Alarms Setup menu.
Remove Menu Only the alarm limits and 10 minute trends are displayed.
Automatic alarm recording
You can record following alarm situations:
1.
Asystole
2.
HR high/low and Art low simultaneously (in model with invasive
pressure)
When the alarm reaches red state, the recorder will print the ECG + P1
waveforms. Printing appears 12 seconds after the alarm situation has started.
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To set alarm recording, press Menu and select
Record&Print - Recorder Setup - Start on Alarms YES/NO.
Alarm tables
Alarm sources
If alarm source is OFF, no alarms of this parameter occur and the parameter box
with the 10 minute trend is not displayed in the Alarm Setup menu.
Table 8-2
Alarm source alternatives and defaults
Alarm
Source alternatives
[Default selection]
P1
P2
Art
CVP
PA
ICP
NIBP
[Sys] Dia Mean OFF
Sys Dia Mean [OFF]
[Sys] Dia Mean OFF
Sys Dia Mean [OFF]
Sys Dia Mean [OFF]
Sys Dia Mean [OFF]
[Sys] Dia Mean OFF
Default limits
The monitor is delivered with a certain set of alarm limits, so called factory
default limits. These are listed for each parameter in the following tables.
It is possible to save alarm adjustments as defaults, see chapter “Monitor
setup”, submenu “Install/Service menu.”
Do not change default settings without common consent of all users. If you
change the default alarm limit, write the new limits in the following table.
Table 8-3
Parameter
Adjustment ranges and default settings of alarm limits
Limit
Limit range
min-max
Factory default
HR
High
Low
35-250 bpm
30-245 bpm
160
40
SpO2
High
Low
51-100 %,OFF
50-100 %
OFF
90
High
Low
15-265, OFF
OFF, 15-265
180 (120 infant)
80(70 infant)
NIBP
Sys
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User
default
Alarms
Mean
High
Low
15-265, OFF
OFF, 15-265
140(90 infant)
60(50 infant)
Dia
High
Low
15-265, OFF
OFF, 15-265
100(70 infant)
40(40 infant)
Sys
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
180
80
Mean
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
140
60
Dia
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
100
40
Sys
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
20
5
Mean
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
15
0
Dia
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
10
-5
Sys
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
180
80
Mean
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
140
60
Dia
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
100
40
Sys
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
20
5
Mean
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
15
0
Dia
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
10
0
Sys
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
40
10
Mean
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
30
5
Dia
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
20
5
Sys
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
20
0
Mean
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
15
0
Dia
High
Low
-40 -300, OFF
OFF, -40-300
10
0
EtCO2
High
Low
0.1 - 13%, OFF
OFF, 0 - 12.9%
8%(60 mmHg, 8.1 kPa)
3%(23 mmHg, 3 kPa)
FiCO2
High
Low
0 - 3.0 %, OFF
OFF, 0 - 2.9%
3%(23 mmHg, 3 kPa)
OFF
Resp
High
Low
5 - 60, OFF
OFF,4 - 59
60
4
Temp
High
10 - 45 °C, OFF
(50 - 113 °F, OFF)
OFF, 10 - 45 °C
(OFF, 50 - 113 °F)
38 °C (100 °F)
Inv-P1
Inv-P2
Art
CVP
PA
ICP
Low
35
15 °C (59 °F)
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Auto alarm limits
Auto Limits are based on the measured patient values according to the
following tables.
Table 8-4
Auto alarm limits
Alarm
Limit
Auto limit calculation
HR
High
Low
HR x 1.25
HR x 0.75
Pulse Oximetry
Low
SpO2 - 5%
Sys
High
Low
NIBP x 1.25 + 10
NIBP x 0.75 - 10
Mean
High
Low
NIBP x 1.25 + 10
NIBP x 0.75 - 10
Dia
High
Low
NIBP 1.25 +10
NIBP x 0.75 - 10
Sys
High
Low
P1x 1.25 + 10
P1 x 0.75 -10
Mean
High
Low
P1 x 1.25 + 10
P1 x 0.75 -10
Dia
High
Low
P1 x 1.25 + 10
P1 x 0.75 -10
Sys
High
Low
P2 x 1.25 + 5
P2 x 0.75 - 5
Mean
High
Low
P2 x 1.25 + 5
P2 x 0.75 - 5
Dia
High
Low
P2 x 1.25 + 5
P2 x 0.75 - 5
Sys
High
Low
P1 x 1.25 + 10
P1 x 0.75 -10
Mean
High
Low
P1 x 1.25 + 10
P1 x 0.75 -10
Dia
High
Low
P1x 1.25 + 10
P1 x 0.75 -10
Sys
High
Low
CVP x 1.25 + 5
CVP x 0.75 - 5
Mean
High
Low
CVP x 1.25 + 5
CVP x 0.75 - 5
Dia
High
Low
CVP x 1.25 + 5
CVP x 0.75 - 5
NIBP
Inv-P1
Inv-P2
Art
CVP
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PA
Sys
High
Low
PA x 1.25 + 10
PA x 0.75 -10
Mean
High
Low
PA x 1.25 + 10
PA x 0.75 -10
Dia
High
Low
PA x 1.25 + 10
PA x 0.75 -10
Sys
High
Low
ICP x 1.25 + 5
ICP x 0.75 - 5
Mean
High
Low
ICP x 1.25 + 5
ICP x 0.75 - 5
Dia
High
Low
ICP x 1.25 + 5
ICP x 0.75 - 5
EtCO2
High
Low
EtCO2 + 1%
EtCO2 - 1%
FiCO2
High
OFF
Resp
High
Low
RR *1.25 + 2
RR*.75 -2
Temp
High
Low
Temp +1 °C (1.8 °F)
Temp +1 °C (1.8 °F)
ICP
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9. MONITOR SETUP
The Monitor Setup menu enables you to select the information displayed on
the screen, to set the time and date and to change the default settings via the
Install/ Service menu.
Getting to Monitor Setup:
•
Press Menu.
•
Select Monitor Setup.
Screen setup
Select the parameters displayed in the waveform and lower digit fields.
A parameter can be displayed in one place only at the time.
The monitor turns to the default settings every time it is turned off. If you want to
save a certain screen setup as default, see Install/Service adjustments later in
this chapter.
Selecting waveforms
Four waveforms can be displayed. If one field is set to ‘OFF’, the remaining
waveforms are enlarged to fill the area.
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•
Select Waveform Fields.
•
Select the field you want to rearrange.
•
Select the parameter from the list.
•
Press Normal Screen.
Selecting Combine Pressures YES displays invasive pressures in the same field
(only in models with invasive pressure).
Selecting Thick Waves YES draws the displayed waveforms with thicker trace.
Selecting numerical display fields
There are four fields in the lower part of the screen for numeral information,
fields are numbered from left to right. If a digit field is turned OFF the digit field
to its left is automatically enlarged to fill the space.
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•
•
Select Digit Fields.
Select the field you want to rearrange.
Select the parameter from the displayed list.
•
Press Normal Screen.
•
Setting time & date
•
Press Menu. Select Monitor Setup - Set Time and Date.
The time is shown in the upper right corner of the screen. Turning the monitor off
does not affect the clock.
You can adjust hours, minutes, seconds, day, month, and year, or select the
clock format of either 12 or 24 hours.
CAUTION
Do not change the monitor’s time settings during patient
monitoring. Trend data may be lost.
NOTE: If the monitor is connected to network, the time is set by the network, and
cannot be adjusted in the monitor.
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Monitor setup
Install/Service menu
To enter Install/Service menu, a password 16-4-34 must be given.
Service View
Service View is for a qualified technician only. It is entered with a password.
Alarm Tones
Select ISO or General pattern, see chapter “Alarms.”
Save As Defaults
Saves permanently your new settings and configurations.
The choices are Save ALL, Screen Setup, Trend Setup, Alarm Settings,
Recorder Setup and Param. Defaults.
Select Save to save settings, Cancel to cancel changes, or Factory to return to
the factory settings.
Analog outputs Select the parameter for four analog outputs, as default, they all are off.
Channel Pin
Selection range
1
2
3
4
#3 in Signal Out connector
#4 in Signal Out connector
#5 in feature connector
#10 in feature connector
ECG or test signals
P1 or test signals
freely selectable
freely selectable
Previous Menu Return to Monitor Setup menu.
Default settings
Default settings are always on when the monitor is turned on. They are marked
in the following tables with brackets.
If you change the default settings using Save as Defaults, please write them
down in the empty column. Do not change default settings without common
consent of all users.
Table 9-1
Monitor setup selections and factory defaults
Monitor settings
Parameter
Alternatives [Default selection]
Waveform Fields
Field 1
OFF [ECG] P1 P2 PLETH CO2 Resp
Field 2
[OFF] ECG P1 P2 PLETH CO2 Resp (*P1, **Pleth, ***P1)
Field 3
OFF ECG P1 P2 [PLETH] CO2 Resp (**CO2)
Field 4
[OFF] ECG P1 P2 PLETH CO2 Resp (***CO2)
Combine Pressures
YES [NO]
Thick Waves
[YES] NO
Digit Fields
Lower Field 1
OFF HR P1 P2 [NIBP] SpO2 CO2 Resp Temp
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Lower Field 2
[OFF] HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 CO2 Resp Temp(*P2, ***P2)
Lower Field 3
OFF HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 CO2 Resp [Temp]
Lower Field 4
OFF HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 CO2 [Resp] Temp (**OFF)
Set Time and Date
Clock Format
12 [24]
Parameter settings
ECG
ECG Lead
I [II] III
Size
[1.0] 0.2-5.0
Beat Sound Volume
[0] 0-10
ECG Setup
Sweep Speed
12.5 [25] 50
HR Source
[AUTO] ECG Pleth
Grid
ON [OFF]
Pacemaker
Show [Hide] On R
Pulse Oximetry
Beat Sound Volume
[0] 0-10
Pleth Scale ****
AUTO 50 [20] 10 5 2
SpO2/Pleth Setup
Sweep Speed
12.5 [25] 50
HR Source
[AUTO] ECG Pleth
SpO2 Response
B-to-B Normal [Slow]
with N-LNSAT selections are: Fast Normal [Slow]
Temperature
Temp Setup
Unit
[°C] °F
Label
[Temp] Eso Naso Tymp Rect Blad Axil Skin AirW Room Myo Core Surf
Invasive Pressures
P1 Setup
Label
P1 [Art] CVP ICP PA
Scale
[200] 10-300
Digit Format
[S/D] Mean
Sweep Speed
12.5 [25] 50
HR Source
[AUTO] ECG Pleth
P2 Setup
Label
P2 Art [CVP] ICP PA
Scale
[20] 10-300
Digit Format
S/D [Mean]
Sweep Speed
12.5 [25] 50
HR Source
[AUTO] ECG Pleth
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NIBP
Set Cycle Time
1 2.5 3 5 10 [15] 30 60
NIBP Setup
Ready Prompt
[5] 0-10
Inflation Limits
150 200 [280]
mmHg
CO2
Scale
[6] 10 15 (%, kPa) (50 80 100 mmHg)
Unit
[%] kPa mmHg
Sweep speed
[Fast] Slow
MS or OFF
[MS] OFF
Recording and Printing
Parameter
Alternatives [Default selection]
Waveform 1
OFF [ECG] P1 P2 PLETH
Waveform 2
[OFF] ECG P1 P2 PLETH (*P1, **Pleth, ***P1, )
Waveform 3
OFF ECG P1 P2 [PLETH] (**CO2, ***CO2)
Graphic Trend 1
[HR] P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp
Graphic Trend 2
HR P1 P2 NIBP [SpO2] ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp
User default
Recorder Setup
Start on Alarms
YES [NO]
Waveform Delay
[12 s] OFF
Trend Resolution
1 [5] 10 30
Paper Speed
6.25 12.5 [25]
Recording Length
[30 s] Cont
Display Trends
Parameter
Alternatives [Default selection]
Trend Setup / Trend Page 1
Field 1
Real-time ECG in all models
Field 2
OFF ECG [HR] P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp
Field 3
OFF ECG HR P1 P2 [NIBP] SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp
Field 4
OFF ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP [SpO2] ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp
Field 5
OFF ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 [Resp] Temp (**CO2,
***CO2)
Trend Setup / Trend Page 2
Field 1
Real-time ECG in all models
Field 2
OFF ECG [HR] P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp
(**SpO2)
Field 3
OFF ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP [SpO2] ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp (*P1,
**Pleth, ***P1)
Field 4
OFF ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 [****Pleth] CO2 Resp Temp (*P2,
**CO2, ***P2)
Field 5
OFF ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp [Temp]
(**Resp)
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Trend Setup / Trend Page 3
Field 1
Real-time ECG in all models
Field 2
[OFF] ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp (*HR,
**HR, ***SpO2)
Field 3
[OFF] ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp (*SpO2,
**SpO2, ***Pleth)
Field 4
[OFF] ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp (*Pleth,
**Temp, ***CO2)
Field 5
[OFF] ECG HR P1 P2 NIBP SpO2 ****Pleth CO2 Resp Temp
(*Temp,***Resp)
*) default in models with invasive pressure,
**) default in models with CO2,
***) default in models with invasive pressure and CO2
****) not available with the Nellcor option, N-LNSAT
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10. TRENDS
The monitor accumulates and displays trend data for user selected periods
between 2 and 24 hours.
There are two types of trend screens: graphic trend displays measured data in
bars or dots, and numerical trends give the information in tabular form.
In addition a 10-minute trend is displayed in the Alarm Setup menu for every
parameter with alarm limits.
During trend display, the monitor is active and the numerical information is
continuously updated and displayed. Trend data is stored in memory for 15
minutes after the monitor is turned off.
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Viewing graphic trends
Press Menu.
Select Trends.
Select Graph 2 h, 4 h, 12 h or 24 h.
•
•
•
1
2
3
Figure 10-1
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
4
5
Graphic trend
List of selections
Labels
Real time ECG above the trend information
Parameter trend fields
Movable trend cursor
Graphic trend pages
There are three pages of graphic trends. Pages are turned by selecting Next
Graph. The page that is viewed last is stored in memory. It appears first when
trends are viewed again.
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Table 10-1
The parameters trended in three pages
1st Page
Basic model
ECG
HR
NIBP
SpO2
Resp
Model with invasive
pressure
ECG
HR
NIBP
SpO2
Resp
Model with CO2
Model with invasive
pressure
ECG
HR
P1
P2
Temp
Model with CO2
Model with invasive
pressure
ECG
HR
SpO2
Pleth*
Temp
Model with CO2
ECG
HR
NIBP
SpO2
CO2
Model with CO2 and
invasive pressure
ECG
HR
NIBP
SpO2
CO2
2nd Page
Basic model
ECG
HR
SpO2
Pleth*
Temp
ECG
SpO2
Pleth*
CO2
Resp
Model with CO2 and
invasive pressure
ECG
HR
P1
P2
Temp
3rd Page
Basic model
ECG
Off
Off
Off
Off
ECG
HR
SpO2
Temp
Off
Model with CO2 and
invasive pressure
ECG
SpO2
Pleth*
CO2
Resp
*) not available with option N-LNSAT
Parameters displayed on each page can be selected in Trend Setup.
Resolution
Resolution of trend display depends on the trend length selected.
Table 10-2
Trend lengths and resolutions
Trend length (hours)
Resolution (minutes)
2
4
12
24
1
2
6
12
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Viewing numerical trend
You may view trend data also in numerical format. The trend information is
updated every five minutes and always after NIBP measurement. The latest
information is displayed at the bottom of the page.
•
Select Numerical.
Figure 10-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Numerical trend page
List of selections
Real time ECG above the trend information
Numeric trend information
Movable cursor
Parameters displayed are:
HR; SpO2; NIBP sys/dia; P1/Art sys/dia; P1/CVP mean; CO2 Et/Fi; RR
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Changing trend setup
•
Select Trend Setup in Trends menu.
•
Select the graphic trend page you want to change.
•
Select the parameter for each field, or select OFF.
If you want to make your trend setup permanent you can store it, see chapter
“Monitor setup/Default settings.”
Erasing trend data
•
Press Menu.
•
Go to Patient Data.
•
Select Reset Trends.
•
Select YES to confirm resetting trends.
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11. PATIENT DATA
Patient Data menu is used for identifying the patient case and erasing trends
and settings.
To stop a monitoring case, reset trends between patients. Alternatively you can
reset all data and settings. If the trends are just being printed, they cannot be
erased. A message ‘Resetting not possible during printing. Please wait until
printing is completed.’ appears.
The Patient Data menu will open automatically when the monitor is started less
than 15 minutes after previous case, and the trends have not been erased. This
is to confirm that the collected data is connected to the right patient.
Last Name
First Name
Patient ID
Reset Trends
Reset ALL
Main Menu
•
Press Menu.
•
Select Patient Data.
Give patients last name, max. 14 characters, with ComWheel.
Give patients first name, max. 14 characters, with ComWheel.
Give patients ID, max. 14 characters, with ComWheel. This starts the case, the
message ‘Case started’ is displayed.
Erase trend memory between patients. Select YES to confirm the erasing, the
message ‘Case ended’ is displayed.
Return all the settings to their defaults and erase trend and alarm memory.
Select YES to confirm the erasing, the message ‘Case ended’ is displayed.
Return to Main Menu.
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Patient data
The Last Name, First Name and Patient ID can be entered also from the DatexOhmeda Central via network. The name is displayed as long as there are less
than five alarm messages displayed simultaneously.
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12. RECORDING AND PRINTING
The optional built-in recorder provides single, dual and triple real time waveform
recording, and single and dual recordings of numerical information. In addition
it can record up to 24 hours of graphic and numerical trend data.
NOTE: Printings on thermal paper may be destroyed when exposed to light,
heat, alcohol etc. Take a photocopy for archives.
Graphical trend data can also be printed on the laser printer either from the
local port, or, if the monitor is connected to network, using a central printer.
Recording
•
Press Recorder Start/Stop to start and stop recording.
NOTE: Scaling of recorded waveforms follows the displayed parameter scaling,
when applicable.
Selecting the waveforms to be recorded
•
Waveform x
Select up to three waveforms you wish to record in
Menu - Record/Print - Wave Setup menu.
Select the recorded waveforms.
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Recording and printing
Recording trends
•
Press Menu and select Record/Print.
•
Start recording by selecting Record Graph. Trend, or Record Num.
Trend, or Record Tab. Trend.
•
Stop printing by selecting Stop Graph./Num./Tab. Trend.
To select the graphical trend you want to record, go to Menu - Record/Print Graph - Trend Setup.
Other recorder settings
To make the following selections, go to Menu - Record/Print - Recorder
Setup:
Start on Alarms Select if an alarm activates the recorder or not (YES / NO).
Recording time is 30 seconds: 12 seconds recording from the recorder
memory, 18 seconds real time recording.
Alarm source annotated.
Waveform Delay Select the amount of waveform data (in seconds) that will be stored in the
recorder memory and printed before real-time waveform. The choices are: OFF
or 12 seconds.
Paper Speed
Select the paper speed 6.25, 12.5, or 25 mm/seconds.
Recording Length
Select the printing time, either 30 seconds or continuous.
Previous Menu Return to Record&Print menu.
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Recorder paper replacement
Figure 12-1
Placing paper roll
Printing
Graphical trend pages P1, P2, and P3 can be printed either separately or all
together. Print with a local laser printer, or if the monitor is connected to the
network, with a central laser printer.
To print:
•
Press Menu.
•
Select Record/Print.
•
Select Print Graphical.
•
Select Print Graphs.
or
•
Press Menu.
•
Select Trends.
•
Select Print Page.
Selecting the printer
•
Press Menu.
•
Select Record/Print.
•
Select Print Graphical.
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Recording and printing
•
Select Printer Location.
•
Select Local for local printing or an appropriate network alternative.
Network printers are named in your Datex-Ohmeda Central.
Selecting the paper size
•
Press Menu.
•
Select Record/Print.
•
Select Print Graphical.
•
Select Printer Paper Size and the right one of A4 or Letter size.
Printer installation
A laser printer can be connected to the monitor’s serial connector and used as
the local printer. The printer must be able to use PCL5, and a special converter
cable (p/n 894193) is required when using the parallel connection. The printers
with serial connection can be connected directly to the monitor with a standard
cable.
Purchase the printer locally. The printer memory should be at least 2 MB.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD: The printer must be supplied from an
appropriate extra separating transformer.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD: Before starting to use the system,
ensure that the entire combination complies with the
international standard IEC 60601-1-1 and with the
requirements of the local authorities.
Printer setup
For instructions refer to the printer’s documentation. Make sure that the printer
settings are set to serial interface.
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13. NETWORK AND DATACARD
The monitor can be equipped with following options to enhance data continuum
capabilities in the Datex-Ohmeda S/5 information system:
N-LNET
Network
N-LDATA
DataCard
N-LDNET
DataCard and network.
Networking
If the monitor is connected to the network, the symbol is displayed:
When the monitor is connected to network
•
Time and date are set by the network and cannot be adjusted in the
monitor.
•
The patients name can be entered in the Patient Data menu to be
displayed on the Datex-Ohmeda Central’s and the monitor’s screen and
printed on the laser printouts.
•
Measured and entered patient data can be viewed on the Datex-Ohmeda
Central.
•
Measured patient data and alarms can be viewed on other
Datex-Ohmeda S/5 monitoring systems, but not vice versa.
Patient view and multi view on the Datex-Ohmeda Central screen
The Patient View on the Datex-Ohmeda Central screen looks like monitor’s own
screen.
In the Multi View, the measured values from each of the monitor shown on the
screen are:
8-Patient mode
16-Patient mode
ECG waveform
ECG waveform
HR, P1, SpO2, RR or
EtCO2 numbers
HR numbers
Alarm field
Alarm field
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Network and DataCard
Monitor-to-Monitor communication
When the monitor is viewed on another S/5 monitor, the following parameters
are displayed:
Waveforms
EGC, Pleth, Art, CO2
Numbers
HR, SpO2, Art, CO2
1-hour numerical trend
HR, SpO2, NIBP, P1, P2, CO2
You cannot view other monitors on the S/5 Light Monitor.
DataCard
The DataCard is a rewritable flash memory card. With the DataCard, the patient
trend data collected with the S/5 Light Monitor can be transferred to other S/5
monitors with record keeping or intensive care softwares, as well as to S/5
monitors with ARK software and S/5 monitors.
Data from any card cannot be loaded to the S/5 Light Monitor, nor loaded from
the network to the S/5 Light Monitor or vice versa.
Inserting and removing the card
l
ll
•
Push the card into the slot on the left side panel of the monitor.
When the DataCard is inserted, this symbol is displayed. If the symbol is
blinking, the card is not inserted properly.
If any other card or a faulty card is inserted, a message ‘Faulty DataCard change card’ is displayed.
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To remove the card:
•
Push the lever on the side of the slot.
Collecting data
When the card is inserted, the continuous patient trend data is automatically
stored on it. When the card is filled, the oldest data is erased, but only if it is
older than two days. You can retrieve information of approximately the last 24
hours. The memory capacity depends on the complexity of the saved data.
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ECG
14. ECG
ECG monitoring is used to: measure the heart rate, detect arrhythmias,
monitor pacemaker function, and myocardial ischaemia.
ECG reflects the electrical activity generated by the heart muscle.
You can use 5- and 3-lead sets and trunk cables, but only leads I, II, or III can
be measured.
Monitoring ECG
1.
Connect the patient cable to the blue ECG
connector on the monitor’s side panel.
2.
Place the electrodes on the patient.
Connect the leadwires to the electrodes.
NOTE: Always attach all the electrodes to the
patient, also when using a 5-lead cable.
3.
The label of the lead is displayed in the ECG field
and above the HR numerics.
Applying electrodes
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY:
Ensure proper contact of the electrosurgery return electrode to
avoid possible burns on the patient via ECG electrodes and
probes.
Make sure that no part of the patient connections touches any
electrically conductive material, including earth.
Patient preparation
•
•
Ensure good skin contact with the electrodes. Remove excessive body
hair, skin oil etc.
Check, that the pre-gelled electrodes are moist and have not dried out
during storage.
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Placing electrodes
Avoid bones close to the skin, obvious layers of fat and major muscles.
RED (IEC)
YELLOW (IEC)
RED (IEC)
WHITE (AAMI)
BLACK (AAMI)
WHITE (AAMI)
LEAD I
LEAD I
LEAD III
LEAD II
YELLOW (IEC)
GREEN (IEC)
GREEN (IEC)
RED (AAMI)
Figure 14-1
BLACK (AAMI)
RED (AAMI)
Lead selections in typical electrode positioning
Left: Standard 3-Lead Positioning
Middle: Modified CB5 3-Lead Positioning
Right: Standard 5-Lead Positioning, place the fifth electrode in
one of the six places indicated.
Electrode coding
Table 14-1
IEC and AAMI codes for ECG electrodes
3-LEAD IEC STANDARD
5-LEAD IEC STANDARD
L = yellow (left arm)
F = green (foot)
R = red (right arm)
R = red (right arm)
N = black (neutral)
L = yellow (left arm)
F = green (foot)
C = white (chest)
3-LEAD AAMI STANDARD
5-LEAD AAMI STANDARD
LA = black
LL = red
RA = white
RA = white
RL = green
LA = black
LL = red
V = brown
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Selecting trunk cable
Use a 5-lead set with a 5-lead trunk cable, and accordingly a 3-lead set with
3-lead trunk cable. (If you have a 3-lead set connected to a 5-lead trunk cable,
you must set in the ECG Setup menu the selection 5 Lead Cable to 3elect).
What should happen when electrodes are applied ?
•
ECG display appears.
•
A beep is heard when a QRS complex is detected.
Selecting ECG lead
•
Press the Menu key and select ECG & Resp.
•
Select ECG Lead.
•
Select one of I, II, or III.
NOTE: Only 3 leads are measured, though a 5-lead set and cable are used.
NOTE: To minimize the interference from the electrosurgery unit (ESU), place the
electrodes and select the lead so that the current from the surgical burning area
to the return electrode does not go through the measured ECG lead.
ECG display
1
3
2
Figure 14-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
4
Display of ECG and HR
Selected lead label
1 mV reference bar
Heart rate (HR) label
Heart rate calculation source and message field for HR messages
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Cascaded ECG
If two fields are configured (See “Monitor setup/Waveform fields”) for ECG
display the waveform continues from one field to another. Thus more QRS
complexes are displayed at the same time.
ECG adjustments
•
Press the Menu key.
•
Select ECG & Resp.
ECG Lead
Size
Select the displayed lead: I, II, or III.
Adjust from 0.2 to 5 in steps of 0.1.
The bar on the left side of the ECG display is 1 mV.
Beat Sound Volume
A beat (QRS complex, or a plethysmographic or pressure pulse) produces a
beep, and its volume is adjustable from 0 to 10 in steps of 1. Adjusting also
changes the beat sound volume of SpO2.
(When SpO2 is monitored, the tone of the pulse beep rises with increasing
oxygen saturation and falls as saturation decreases.)
ECG Setup
HR Alarm
Resp Setup
Resp Rate Alarm
Opens a submenu for ECG settings, see below.
Opens a submenu for adjusting heart rate alarm, see chapter “Alarms.”
Opens a submenu for Respiration settings, see chapter “Respiration.”
Opens a submenu for adjusting respiration rate alarm, see chapter “Alarms.”
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ECG setup
Sweep Speed
Set the speed of the waveform sweep. Speeds are: 12.5, 25, and 50 mm/s on
a 9” screen.
The 12.5 mm/sec speed is suggested for monitoring patients with a slow HR to
show more QRS complexes per sweep.
The 50 mm/sec speed is recommended when monitoring patients with a high
HR or when using cascaded ECG.
NOTE: The sweep speed is same for ECG, plethysmographic, and invasive
pressure waveforms.
HR Source
Select the heart rate source. If ECG signal is too noisy for reliable heart rate
calculation, heart rate can be calculated from pressure (Art) or pulse oximetry
(Pleth). The heart rate source appears above the numerical display of the heart
rate.
The AUTO selects the first available of ECG, Art, and Pleth.
5 Lead Cable
If you use a 5-lead trunk cable with a 3-lead set, select 3elect on, otherwise the
‘Leads Off’ message will be displayed.
Select ON to display ECG waveform with 0.5 mV grid lines.
Selects how to display the pacing pulse of a cardiac pacemaker, Show, Hide or
ON R.
Hide: The pacing pulse is filtered from the waveform.
Show: As above, but the pulse is marked with a constant height marker.
Grid
Pacemaker
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ON R: Pacing pulses are not filtered from the waveform. This improves ECG
monitoring with A-V pacemaker patients, as the QRS complexes are counted
even if the pacing pulse hits the complex. On the other hand, during asystole
the monitor may count pacing pulses as heart rate.
Setting heart rate alarm
Heart rate alarms can be adjusted in the Alarms Setup menu or accessed
through the ECG & Resp. menu. See more detailed instructions in the “Alarms”
chapter.
Alarm messages are explained in chapter “Maintenance and troubleshooting;
Alarm and information messages.”
Pacemaker patients
The monitor detects and rejects pacemaker pulses, see selection Pacemaker in
the ECG Setup menu. Sometimes this may lead to unnecessary asystole
alarms. The pacemaker may well change the shape of QRS so much that QRS
detection may be affected.
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY: Monitor may count pacemaker pulses as heart
rate during cardiac arrest, some arrhythmias, or with certain
types of pacemakers, particularly in ON R mode. Do not rely
entirely upon alarms. Keep pacemaker patients under close
surveillance.
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Respiration
15. RESPIRATION
Respiration measurement uses ECG electrodes to measure the impedance
changes caused by breathing.
The measurement is intended for patients three years old and up.
WARNING
PACEMAKER PATIENTS: The impedance respiration
measurement may cause rate changes in Minute Ventilation
Rate Responsive Pacemakers. Set the pacemaker rate
responsive mode off or turn off the impedance respiration
measurement on the monitor.
Monitoring respiration
Respiration measurement is activated when a digit or waveform field is selected
for it:
•
Press the Menu key.
•
Select Monitor Setup.
•
Select Waveform Fields or Digit Fields.
•
Select Resp. to be displayed on an appropriate field.
Figure 15-1
Respiration display
Patient connections
Respiration uses the same electrodes as ECG, refer to the “ECG” section of this
manual.
Respiration setup
•
Press the Menu key.
•
Select ECG & Resp.
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Select Resp Setup.
Size
Adjust the scale height 1...50 mm/Ohm. The bar on the left displays always 1
Ohm.
Sweep Speed Set the speed of the waveform sweep. Speeds are: Fast 6.25 and Slow 0.625
mm/s on a 9” screen.
Resp. Rate Source
Select the respiration rate source of AUTO, CO2 and Imped. The AUTO sets the
CO2 first, and if it is not available, impedance respiration is used. Default
selection is AUTO.
Measurement Select ON to measure impedance respiration and OFF to set the measurement
off. Default selection is ON.
Detection Limit Adjusts measurement sensitivity. Selections are AUTO, 20%, 40%, 60%, or
100%. The percentage is the ratio to the 1 Ohm reference bar which is 100%.
Limitations of measuring
Movement artifacts
Changing the patient position, moving the head, moving the arms or shaking
will result in movement artifacts. Also the heart may cause noticeable
movement, and sometimes this may interfere with the respiration
measurement.
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Respiration
Electrical interference
Electrical devices that emit electromagnetic disturbance will result in artifacts or
disable the respiration measurement completely. Such devices are
electrosurgery units and infrared heaters, among others.
Intermittent mechanical ventilation
During spontaneous breathing the ventilator may at times support the patient’s
ventilation with an extra inspiration. If these ventilator inspirations are
substantially larger than the spontaneous breaths, the respiration calculation
may mistakenly count only the ventilator produced inspirations and expirations.
You can correct this by manually adjusting the detection limits.
1.
Press the Menu key.
2.
Select ECG & Resp.
3.
Select Resp Setup.
4.
Select Detection limit.
Measuring principle
ECG electrodes are used to measure impedance change across the thorax.
Impedance change is caused by movements and changing air volume in the
lungs.
Lead selection
using 3-lead
cables
Signal fed
between
electrodes
Signal measured
I
L and R
F*
II
F* and R
L
III
F* and L
R
Using 5-lead cables
L and F
N
*) may be neutral (N) in some older 3-lead sets.
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16. PULSE OXIMETRY
Pulse oximetry is used for monitoring oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate,
and plethysmographic waveform.
The plethysmographic pulse waveform reflects the changes in blood
pulsation at the measuring site. The amplitude of the waveform reflects the
strength of perfusion, except when using the Nellcor option, N-LNSAT.
Pulse oximetry is measured with a sensor from finger, toe, ear, or with little
children, from palm or feet.
Monitoring pulse oximetry
1.
Attach the sensor to the gray connector on the
monitor’s side panel.
2.
Attach the sensor to the patient. The SpO2 and
pulse rate values, and the plethysmographic
pulsewave appear on the screen.
3.
Change the sensor site frequently.
4.
Remove the sensor from the patient and clean it.
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Pulse oximetry
Selecting sensor
Reusable Sensors
OXY-F4-N
OXY-F-UN
OXY-F-DB
OxyTip+ Adhesive Sensors
OXY-AP
OXY-AF
Figure 16-1
Sat Sensors for different applications
NOTE: These sensors cannot be used when using the Nellcor option, N-LNSAT.
Please refer to chapter “Alternative SpO2 measurement.”
Applying sensors
•
•
•
•
WARNING
Use dry and clean sensors only.
Confirm that red light lights up in the sensor when it is connected to the
monitor.
Clean the application site.
Remove nail polish, artificial fingernail, earrings etc.
Clip long finger nails.
Attach the sensor cable to the wrist or bed clothes to prevent cable and
sensor from moving.
PATIENT SAFETY: Change measuring site frequently.
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Change sensor site and check skin and circulatory status every 2-4 hours
with adults, and every hour with little children.
What should happen when sensor is applied ?
•
•
•
•
The message ‘Pulse Search’ appears.
When ‘Pulse Search’ is completed, the pulse rate and SpO2 value will
appear.
The plethysmographic waveform will appear. The waveform scale is
established according to the measured amplitude.
Pulse beep is heard. The tone of the pulse beep will rise with increasing
oxygen saturation and fall as saturation decreases.
Pulse oximetry display
3
2
1
Figure 16-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
Plethysmographic waveform with oxygen saturation number
Bar reflecting the signal amplitude, not available with the Nellcor option,
N-LNSAT
Plethysmographic waveform
Oxygen saturation (SpO2)
Measuring limitations
Plethysmograph
The waveform is a good indicator of measurement validity. If the wave is noisy,
amplitude is low, or the normal waveform cannot be seen, attach the sensor
again.
Dyshemoglobins
The pulse oximeter cannot distinguish between oxyhemoglobin and
dyshemoglobins. Thus, the SpO2 values may be erroneously high in smokers or
in patients who have burns or carbon monoxide (CO) intoxication.
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Electrosurgery
Under some circumstances electrosurgery may cause noise on the display.
Therefore, be careful in interpreting the results, especially the plethysmographic
pulse waveform, during electrosurgery.
External interference
Ambient light, intravascular dyes and vasoconstrictive drugs may affect the
accuracy of the measurement. Improper sensor attachment (measuring site too
thick or thin, sensor ends not aligned), or patient movement may also interfere
with the measurement.
Adjustments
•
•
•
Press the Menu key.
Select SpO2 & Temp.
Select and adjust by turning and pressing the ComWheel.
Beat Sound Volume
Adjust beat volume from 0 to 10.
Scale
Select Scale from 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 or use AUTO which automatically adjusts
the scale according to the measured waveform.
NOTE: The selection is not available with the Nellcor option, N-LNSAT.
Sweep Speed Set the speed of the display sweep for the waveform display. The speeds are
12.5, 25, or 50 mm/sec on a 9" screen.
NOTE: The sweep speed is same for ECG, plethysmographic, and invasive
pressure waveforms.
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HR Source
Select the heart rate source. If ECG signal is too noisy for reliable heart rate
calculation, heart rate can be calculated from pressure (Art) or pulse oximetry
(Pleth). The heart rate source appears above the numerical display of the heart
rate.
The AUTO (default) selects the source in the following order: ECG, pressure, and
plethysmographic pulse waveform.
SpO2 Response Select how fast the SpO2 value follows the measurement. The selections are:
Beat-to-beat, Normal (10 s), or Slow (20 s, default setting). The selections with
the Nellcor option, N-LNSAT, are Fast, Normal, and Slow.
SpO2 Alarms
Opens a submenu for adjusting alarms, see the “Alarms” chapter.
Temp Setup
Opens a submenu for adjusting temperature settings, see the “Temperature”
chapter.
Main Menu
Return to Main Menu.
Setting SpO2 alarms
The alarms can be adjusted in the Alarms Setup menu, accessed through the
SpO2 & Temp menu. See more detailed instructions in the chapter “Alarms.”
Alarm messages are explained in the chapter “Maintenance and
troubleshooting; Alarm and information messages.”
Measuring principle
Oxygen saturation, SpO2, expressed as a percent, defines the amount of oxygen
carried compared to total capacity (also called functional or in vivo oxygen
saturation). It is measured by a two wavelength pulse oximeter.
The SpO2 value is measured by light absorption technique. Red and infrared
light (660 nm and 910 nm) is emitted from the light source. The amount of
transmitted light is detected in the detector half. When the pulsative part of the
light signal is examined, the amount of light absorbed by arterial hemoglobins is
resulted, and the saturation level can be calculated.
The saturation percentage is displayed numerically, and the pulse beep sound
varies according to the saturation level.
Plethysmographic pulse wave
The plethysmographic pulse wave is derived from variations of the intensity of
the transmitted light and reflects the blood pulsation at the measuring site.
Pulse rate
Pulse rate is calculated from the plethysmographic pulse wave.
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Alternative SpO2 measurement
As an alternative to the Datex-Ohmeda pulse oximetry, the monitor can be
equipped with the Nellcor compatible saturation option, N-LNSAT. With this
option you can use the sensors listed below.
NOTE: When the monitor has the N-LNSAT option, the monitor is equipped with
the Nellcor measurement only and cannot use Datex-Ohmeda Sat Sensors.
Plethysmographic scale
You cannot adjust the scaling when using the N-LNSAT option; it is
automatically set by the monitor.
Nellcor sensors
Use one of the following Nellcor sensors with the N-LNSAT module:
OXISENSOR II Oxygen transducer
D-25, D-25L
D-20
I-20
N-25
R-15
Adult
Pediatric
Infant
Neonatal/Adult
Adult Nasal
OXICLIC Oxygen transducer
A
P
Adult
Pediatric
DURASENSOR Oxygen transducer
DS-100A
Adult
DURA-Y Oxygen transducer
D-YS
Adult/Pediatric/Infant/Neonatal
OXIBAND Oxygen transducer
OXI-A/N
OXI-P/I
Adult/Neonatal
Pediatric/Infant
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17. TEMPERATURE
One temperature value can be measured from various sites using YSI-400
probes, or equivalents.
Monitoring temperature
•
Attach the probe to the patient.
•
Connect the temperature probe to the connector on the right side of the
monitor.
•
The measured value appears on the digit field.
Temperature display
Example:
2
1
Figure 17-1
(1)
(2)
Temperature display
Label
Temperature value
Temperature testing
The monitor automatically tests the temperature measuring function at the
start-up and after that every 10 minutes. If the test fails contact your local
service representative.
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°C
Temperature
Temperature setup
Unit
Temp Label
•
Press Menu.
•
Select SpO2 & Temp.
•
Select Temp Setup&Alarm.
Selects unit, °C or °F.
Select the label:
AirW
Axil
Blad
Eso
Myo
Naso
Rect
Room
Skin
Temp
Tymp
Core
Surf
airway temperature
axillary temperature
bladder temperature
esophageal temperature
myocardial temperature
nasopharyngeal temperature
rectal temperature
room temperature
skin temperature
temperature
tympanic temperature
central temperature
surface temperature
Previous Menu Return to SpO2 & Temp menu.
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18. NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE (NIBP)
The monitor can measure NIBP automatically after set intervals, or take single
measurements, or measure continuously for five minutes in STAT mode.
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY: The monitor sets the inflation pressure
according to the first measurement. Reset the monitor between
patients to reset the inflation limit.
CAUTION
Vibrations during transport may disturb the NIBP measurement.
Monitoring NIBP
•
Select the appropriate cuff and hose.
Table 18-1
NIBP cuff sizes
Cuff
Color
Width
cm inch
Limb circumference Hose
cm
inch
Large adult
Standard adult
Small adult
Child
Infant
Disposable infant cuff #5
Red
Blue
Gray
Green
Tan
15
12
9
6
5.1
5.5
33 - 47
25 - 35
18 - 26
10 - 19
9 - 14
10 - 14
6
4.7
3.5
2.4
2
2.2
13 - 18
9 - 14
7 - 10
4-7
3-5
4-6
Black
Black
Black
Black
White
White
NOTE: Always use the white hose when measuring little children. Make also sure
the Inflation Limits selection is set to 150 mmHg or Auto.
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Over brachial
artery
Use smaller cuff
INE
EX L
IND
Correct size
Use large cuff
•
Attach the cuff to the patient and the hose to the NIBP connector located
on the right side panel of the monitor.
•
Make sure that NIBP tubes are not bent, pressed or stretched.
Measurement may be impaired.
•
Press the NIBP key to open the NIBP mini menu.
•
Select Start Cycling or Start Manual and press the ComWheel.
•
You can also adjust the cycling time by selecting Set Cycle Time. Adjust
the time by turning and pressing the ComWheel.
•
Observe the cuffed limb frequently. The measurement may impair blood
circulation.
Display of NIBP measurement
1
2
3
4
(1)
(2)
(3)
Systolic pressure
Diastolic pressure
Field shows the selected measurement (Manual, STAT), or the time since
last autocycle measurement
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(4) Mean pressure value of non-invasive blood pressure
At the beginning of the measurement the cuff pressure is displayed in the mean
pressure value field.
If motion artifacts are detected, the monitor automatically retains deflation until
the motion stops (maximum of 30 seconds). If the artifacts interrupt proper
measurement, a new measurement is automatically activated.
When the measurement is ready, a short beep is heard and the result starts
flashing.
Automatic NIBP double check
If the NIBP value exceeds the alarm limits, a new measurement is taken
automatically (immediately, with MANUAL measurements, and after 30
seconds, with AUTO measurements). If an alarm situation persists, an alarm
signal is given out.
Using NIBP functions
To use NIBP functions:
•
Press the NIBP key to open the NIBP mini menu
or
•
Press Menu and select NIBP & Inv. Press to open the
NIBP & Inv. Pressure menu.
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Starting/Stopping Autocycle, Starting a Manual Measurement and Canceling
Any Measurement are available through both menus. STAT mode and Venous
Stasis are available through the NIBP & Inv. Pressure menu only.
Starting/Stopping autocycle
•
Select Start Cycling/Stop Cycling to start/stop automatic NIBP
measurement at selected intervals.
The bar at the bottom of the NIBP display shows the time remaining to the next
measurement.
Autocycling is synchronized to actual time so that if the first measurement
happens at 12.02, the next measurement is done at 12.05 and again at 12.10
(5 min intervals).
Starting a manual measurement
•
Select Start/Stop Manual.
Canceling any measurement
•
Press the NIBP key,
or
•
select the corresponding menu item.
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Starting a continuous measurement (STAT)
You can start the continuous measurement for five minutes (STAT mode)
through the NIBP & Inv. Pressure menu only.
In STAT mode the early systolic value is measured and displayed until the final
result is available.
After five minutes the monitor automatically returns to the previously selected
cycling interval or to manual mode.
To start the measurement:
•
Press the Menu key and select NIBP & Inv. Press.
•
Select Start STAT.
Using venous stasis
You can hold a constant pressure in the cuff to help venous cannulation
(Venous Stasis). This function is only available through the NIBP & Inv.
Pressure menu. The pressure is maintained in the cuff for a certain time
according to the inflation limits.
Table 18-2
Inflation limits and venous stasis times
Inflation limit Venous stasis pressure
Venous stasis time
150 mmHg
40 mmHg
1 min
200 mmHg
60 mmHg
2 min
280 mmHg
80 mmHg
2 min
The pressurization time is displayed in the NIBP field and during the last 15
seconds the word ‘STASIS’ is flashed.
•
Press the Menu key.
•
Select NIBP & Inv. Press. and Start Ven. Stasis.
To release the pressure before the time is expired:
•
Press the NIBP key.
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NIBP adjustments
Set Cycle Time Select desired interval time of 1, 2.5, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30, or 60 minutes.
Ready Prompt Vol.
Adjust the volume of the beep that informs when the NIBP measurement is
ready. The range is from 1 (soft) to 10 (loud), or 0 (OFF).
Inflation Limits Select the inflation pressure limit: 280, 200, or 150 mmHg.
Calibration Check
Start the pressure calibration check with an external manometer. See
instructions below.
NIBP Alarm
Opens a submenu for adjusting the NIBP alarms, see the “Alarms” chapter.
Previous Menu Return to the NIBP & Inv. Pressure menu.
Calibration check
•
Remove the cuff from the connector before entering the menu.
•
Select Calibration Check ON in NIBP Setup menu.
•
When the calibration menu appears, attach an external manometer with
pump to the connector.
•
Pump ca. 200 mmHg and compare the readings of the manometer and
display. If the difference is greater than 4 mmHg, the calibration must be
checked by an authorized service person.
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NIBP alarms
NIBP Alarms are set in the Alarm Setup menu, see the “Alarms” chapter. The
alarm messages are explained in chapter “Maintenance and troubleshooting.”
Measuring principle
The non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP) measurement uses the oscillometric
measuring principle. The cuff is inflated with a pressure slightly higher than the
presumed systolic pressure, then slowly deflated at a speed based on the
patient’s heart rate, collecting data from the oscillations produced by the
pulsating artery. Based on this data, the unit calculates values for systolic,
mean and diastolic pressures.
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19. INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE
Two invasive blood pressures can be measured with the model F-LMP1.
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY:
All invasive procedures involve patient risks. Use the aseptic
technique. Follow catheter manufacturer’s instructions.
WARNING
Ensure proper contact of the return electrode of the
electrosurgery unit to your patient to avoid possible burns at
sensor sites.
WARNING
Make sure that no part of the patient connections touches any
electrically conductive material including earth.
WARNING
Use only defibrillator proof transducers and cables.
Monitoring invasive pressures
Preparing pressure line
•
Prepare the transducer kit according to transducer manufacturer’s
instructions. Ensure there is no air in the line.
•
Connect the kit to the transducer cable and the cable to the red
connector in the monitor.
•
Mount the transducer kit at heart level.
•
Connect the patient catheter to the pressure line.
•
Zero the transducer.
•
Open the line to the patient.
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1
Disposable
2
3
Reusable
4
Reusable
Figure 19-1
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Invasive pressure setup for disposable and reusable
transducers
Heparinized fluid bag with pressure infusor
Flushing set
Transducer
Adapter cable for using disposable transducers
Zeroing transducer
Always zero the pressure transducer before monitoring and check zero level
after power interruptions.
To zero the transducer:
•
Open the transducer to air.
•
Press the Zero ALL key,
or
select Zero Px in the NIBP & Inv. Pressure menu.
The messages ‘Zeroing’ and ‘Zeroed’ are displayed accordingly. After
the channel is zeroed, the zeroing time appears in the menu.
If the zeroing fails, the previous zero is used.
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•
Open the transducer to the patient.
NOTE: ICP can be zeroed via the NIBP & Inv. Pressure menu only.
CAUTION
Mechanical shock to pressure transducer may change zero balance
and calibration.
Invasive pressure display
After the line is zeroed and opened to the patient, the pressure wave appears.
If two pressures are measured they can be combined with individual scales.
(Select separate or combined waveforms in the Monitor Setup/ Waveform
Fields menu, see chapter “Monitor setup”).
2
3
2
3
4
2
1
5
2
Figure 19-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Combined pressure waveforms
Invasive blood pressure waveforms with zero and reference lines
Selected pressure label
Selected pressure scale
Systolic, diastolic and mean pressures
Ventilation mode selected in the Px Setup&Alarm menu
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Adjustments
•
Press Menu.
•
Select NIBP&Inv. Press.
•
Select Px Setup&Alarm.
Labeling the invasive line
The label of the pressure channel sets its scale, alarm source and alarm limits.
The label alternatives are:
P1, P2
Art
CVP
PA
ICP
Standard labels
Arterial pressure
Central venous pressure
Pulmonary arterial pressure
Intracranial pressure
To change the label
•
Go to setup menu of the desired pressure.
•
Select Label.
•
Select the desired label from the list.
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Table 19-1
Waveform scales, alarm sources and limits that are
assigned when the label is selected
Label
P1, Art
P2, CVP
PA
ICP
Scale (mmHg)
200
20
60
20
Alarm source
sys
off
off
off
Digit format
S/D
Mean
S/D
Mean
Filter (Hz)
22
9
9
9
Changing the scale
Scales can be adjusted between 10 and 300 mmHg in steps of 10.
•
Go to setup menu of the desired pressure.
•
Select Scale.
•
Adjust the scale by turning and pressing the ComWheel.
Other invasive pressure setup adjustments
Digit Format
Sweep Speed
Select the displayed digit, either, systole and diastole (S/D) or Mean.
Set the display sweep speed for the waveform display. The speeds are: 12.5,
25, or 50 mm/sec.
NOTE: The sweep speed is same for ECG, plethysmographic, and invasive
pressure waveforms.
Ventilation Mode
HR Source
Select Spont or Contrl for spontaneous or controlled ventilation. Respiration
may cause artifacts in invasive pressure measurement.
Select the heart rate source. If the ECG signal is affected by too much noise for
a reliable heart rate calculation, heart rate can be calculated from pressure (Art)
or Plethysmographic pulse waveform (Pleth). The selected heart rate source is
shown above the numerical display of the heart rate.
AUTO selects the first available of: ECG, Art, and Pleth.
Px Alarm
Opens a submenu for adjusting Alarm settings, see the “Alarms” chapter.
Previous Menu Return to the NIBP & Inv. Pressure menu.
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Invasive pressure alarms
Invasive pressure alarm is active only after pressure channel has been zeroed.
For alarm setup, see the “Alarms” chapter.
Alarm messages are explained in the chapter “Maintenance and
troubleshooting.”
Measuring principle
The transducer converts the pressure variations into electrical signals. The
electrical signals are amplified and displayed as numeric pressure values and
waveforms.
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Carbon dioxide
20. CARBON DIOXIDE, CO2
CO2 can be measured with mainstream method (N-LCM option) using
Mainstream CO2 Sensor and airway adapter.
Respiration rate is the frequency of the peak (end tidal) CO2 value per minute.
Monitoring mainstream CO2
Figure 20-1
Connecting mainstream CO2 sensor
1. Connect the special airway adapter between the elbow adapter and
Y-piece with the saddles upright.
2. Attach the Mainstream CO2 Sensor to the adapter between the saddles so
that the sensor cable fits into the slot on the farther saddle. Ensure the
connection between the sensor and the adapter with the Velcro tape
supplied with the sensor.
3. Connect the sensor to the connector on the monitor’s side panel.
Place the adapter as close to the patient airway as possible. Make sure that the
sensor remains in upright position.
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To remove the adapter:
•
CAUTION
Detach the sensor before removing the adapter from the circuit.
Do not apply force to the sensor or sensor cable.
Select the airway adapter according to the patient’s status. Refer to the
instructions for use provided in the adapters package.
Using the adult/pediatric mainstream airway adapter (endotracheal diameter ≥
5.5 mm) increases the dead space by 6 ml. With the low dead-space airway
adapter (diameter < 5.0 mm), the increase is 0.6 ml.
NOTE: Airway adapter selection recommendations should be used as a
guideline. It is important for the clinician to assess each patient when selecting
the appropriate airway adapter.
WARNING
Do not allow the CO2 sensor to come in contact with the
patient’s skin for a prolonged period of time. Mainstream sensor
is heated to prevent the fogging of the airway windows.
WARNING
Do not immerse the sensor in liquids or autoclave it.
WARNING
Do not use damaged sensors or adapters.
WARNING
Do not clean or sterilize a single use adapter.
Display of CO2 measurement
2
1
Figure 20-2
(1)
(2)
(3)
Display of the CO2 waveform
Continuous CO2 waveform
Values of end tidal (ET) and fraction of inspiratory (FI) CO2
Respiration rate
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CO2 adjustments
Measurement
Scale
Set on mainstream (MainSt) or turn the measurement OFF.
Selects 0 - 6 %, 0 - 10 %, 0 - 15 %, or kPa and 0 - 50 mmHg,
0 - 80 mmHg, 0 - 100 mmHg. Scale 0 - 6% is used in normal situations,
0 - 10% and 0 - 15% scales are used if hypercarbia is expected.
N2O/O2 Comp Selects compensation: OFF, N2O or O2. In the breathing circuit when there is
50% or more of N2O, use N2O compensation; when ther is 60% or more of O2,
use O2. In other cases, turn off the compensation.
Unit
Selects CO2 unit: %, kPa or mmHg. See “Unit conversions” later in this chapter.
Sweep Speed Selects Fast (6.25 mm/sec) or Slow speed (0.62 mm/sec). Slow waveforms
have a sweep speed one tenth of normal, for a full screen sweep (five minutes).
Slow waveforms show changes better than fast waveforms.
Resp Rate Source
Change respiration rate source: AUTO, CO2 or impedance respiration.
CO2 Alarm
Brings you to the Alarms Setup menu to adjust CO2 alarms.
Main Menu
Returns you to the Main Menu.
Calibration check
No routine calibration by user is required. Calibration check is recommended to
be performed once a year by a qualified technical personnel. See the “Technical
Reference Manual” for instructions.
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Unit conversions
Relationship between gas concentration and its partial pressure:
reading in mmHg = (ambient pressure mmHg * gas concentration in %) / 100
reading in kPa = (ambient pressure in mmHg * gas concentration in % ) / 750
Measuring principle
The CO2 measurement is based on the infrared absorption. In the mainstream
method the measurement bench is located at the patient’s airway adapter.
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21. MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD: Do not remove cover. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Maintenance
Once a month
•
Clean the rear panel dust filter, see the “Cleaning” chapter.
•
Discharge and recharge the batteries fully.
•
Check the CO2 calibration, see “Technical Reference Manual.”
Once a year
Checklist
Check the following items to ensure you have remembered the essential
preparations before monitoring or if any problems occur during monitoring.
If the monitor does not function as it should and troubleshooting cannot solve
the problem, contact your sales representative. Qualified service personnel may
use the “Technical Reference Manual.”
General
Check that the
•
monitor doesn't have any visual defects, such as cracks or loose parts.
•
power cord with external power adapter is connected to a grounded
electrical wall outlet and the voltage selector is set to local voltage.
•
patient connection cables are attached to the monitor so that the color
coding on the plug matches the color coding on the monitor connector.
•
trends of the previous patient are erased.
•
alarm limits are suitable for a new patient.
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•
monitor is used in correct environmental conditions, see “General
specifications.”
ECG/Respiration
Check that the
•
electrode gel is moist.
•
electrodes have good skin contact.
•
electrodes are positioned correctly.
•
correct cable is used: 5-lead cable with 5 lead sets and 3-lead cable with
3-lead sets. (If you have a 3-lead set connected to a 5-lead trunk cable,
you must set in the ECG Setup menu the selection 5 Lead Cable to
3elect).
•
ECG trunk cable is connected to the blue connector.
•
leadwire set is properly connected to the trunk cable.
•
Pacemaker selection in the ECG Setup menu is Show or ON R when a
pacemaker is used.
•
ECG/Respiration is selected for display in the Monitor Setup menu.
For the respiration measurement:
•
PACEMAKER PATIENTS: The impedance respiration measurement may
cause rate changes in Minute Ventilation Rate Responsive Pacemakers.
Set the pacemaker rate responsive mode off or turn off the impedance
respiration measurement on the monitor.
Pulse oximetry
Check that the
•
correct SpO2 sensor is selected for each patient size.
•
sensor is completely dry after cleaning.
•
SpO2 extension cable is connected to the gray connector.
•
sensor cable is properly connected to the extension cable.
•
sensor is positioned correctly to the patient and the measuring site is well
prepared.
•
SpO2 is selected for display in the Monitor Setup menu.
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Temperature
Check that the
•
temperature probe is YSI-400 or equivalent.
•
temperature probe is inserted properly into the connector.
•
temperature is selected for display in the Monitor Setup menu.
•
temperature probe is positioned correctly.
Non-invasive blood pressure NIBP
Check that
•
the O-rings on hose connectors are intact, two at monitor side.
•
the NIBP hose is properly connected to the monitor and will not come
loose by pulling.
•
the correct NIBP cuff size is used.
•
the right hose (black or white) is used for different cuffs.
•
the O-ring on cuff connector is intact and the connector firmly pushed
inside the cuff tube.
•
there are no holes or cracks in the cuff bladder or cuff tube.
•
the symbol indicating the center of the bladder is over the artery.
•
all residual air is squeezed out of the cuff before wrapping it around the
arm.
•
the cuff is not loose.
•
the cuff is at heart level.
•
the tubes are not bent, pressed or stretched.
•
if a leak is suspected, start venous stasis and check that the pressure is
stable during stasis.
•
non-invasive blood pressure is selected for display in the Monitor Setup
menu.
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Invasive blood pressure
Check that
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
invasive blood pressure transducer cable is connected to a red
connector.
the pressure transducer is connected to the cable.
the patient catheter is connected to the pressure line.
there are no air bubbles in the transducer dome or catheter line.
the transducer is at mid heart level.
the pressure transducer is zeroed.
invasive blood pressure is selected for display in the Monitor Setup
menu.
CO2
Check that
•
the measurement is set on.
•
the sensor is properly attached to the airway adapter. Ensure the
connection with the Velcro tape supplied with the CO2 sensor.
•
the sensor is connected to the monitor.
•
a new airway adapter is used for each patient. Used adapters may leak
and cause too high CO2 values.
Battery packs and Module
Check that
•
battery packs are properly inserted in the module.
•
charging LEDs are lit when batteries are fully charged/ flashing during
charging / not lit when the monitor is battery driven.
•
battery operation with a fully charged battery lasts at least one hour. If
not, the battery is old and needs to be replaced.
NOTE: Discharging and recharging the battery regularly lengthens the battery
lifetime.
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Alarm and information messages
ECG
Alarms
Message
Explanation
Asystole
No QRS complexes in 6 sec. Asystole message is given always from ECG
in spite of HR calculation source and only from ECG.
HR high/low
Measured heart rate exceeds the alarm limit.
Leads off
ECG cable, or some or all leads are off.
Possibly the DC offset voltage between two electrodes is too high.
3-lead set is used with a 5-lead cable; set in ECG setup menu the
selection 5 Lead Cable to 3elect.
Notes
Message
Explanation
Leads off
ECG cable, or some or all leads are off.
Possibly the DC offset voltage between two electrodes is too high.
3-lead set is used with a 5-lead cable; set in ECG setup menu the
selection 5 Lead Cable to 3elect.
Noise
High frequency noise, e.g. from electrosurgical unit, or 50 Hz from the
mains.
Artifact?
Frequent ECG overload or clipping
- Elevated baseline noise
- Heart rate > 240
Casc.
Two ECG waveforms selected for display.
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Impedance respiration
Alarms
Messages
Explanation
Apnea
No breathing detected for 20 seconds.
Resp high/low
Measured respiration rate exceeds the alarm limit.
Notes
Messages
Explanation
Leads off
Cable, or some or all the leads off.
Possibly the DC offset voltage between two electrodes is too high.
Measurement off
Measurement has turned off.
Small Resp curve
Signal amplitude < 0.4 Ohm.
Invasive blood pressure
Alarms
Messages
Explanation
P1 (P2) High/Low
Measured P1 (P2) exceeds the alarm limit
HR High/Low
Measured heart rate exceeds the alarm limit.
Notes
Messages
Explanation
No P1 (P2)
Transducer
Transducer is not connected.
No Transducer
Transducer is not connected.
Not zeroed
Measurement on, channel is not zeroed.
Zeroing
Zeroing of P1 (P2) in progress.
Zeroed
P1 (P2) zeroed; message time-out 10 seconds.
Zeroing failed
Unsuccessful zeroing of P1 (P2). Retry.
Failed
Unsuccessful zeroing of P1 (P2). Retry.
Zero ICP via menu
ICP must be zeroed through menu.
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Zero fail. Prev P1
(P2) zero valid
Zeroing failed. Previous zero value will be used.
Calibrating
Calibrating of P1 (P2) in progress.
Calibrated
P1 (P2) transducer calibrated; message time-out 10 seconds.
Calibration failed
Unsuccessful calibrating of P1 (P2).
Failed
Unsuccessful calibrating of P1 (P2).
Out of range
Measured pressure exceeds > 320mmHg or < -40 mmHg.
Zero adj
>100mmHg
Offset over 100 mmHg, reduced range.
NIBP
Alarms
Messages
Explanation
NIBP High/Low
Measured NIBP value exceeds the alarm limit.
Cuff remains pressurized after measurement or becomes pressurized
(NIBP) Cuff
during or between measurements for more than 15 seconds.
occlusion
(with message beep,
then caution beep)
(NIBP) Cuff loose,
NIBP manual (if
cycling stopped)
Cuff not attached to patient or too loose. Hose not connected to the
monitor.
Measuring mode is changed to manual.
Air leakage
(+beep)
Air leakage in cuff or hose, in one of the connectors or inside the module.
Measuring mode is changed to manual.
NIBP Air leakage,
NIBP manual (if
cycling is stopped)
Air leakage in cuff or hose, in one of the connectors or inside the module.
Measuring mode is changed to manual.
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Messages
Explanation
Artifacts
Unsuccessful NIBP measurement due to:
- movements
- shivering
- deep breathing
- marked arrhythmia or irregular beats
Weak pulsation
Weak pulsation’s due to:
- improper cuff position
- weak or abnormal circulation
- slow heart rate associated with artifacts
- problems with measuring diastolic pressure
- small air leakage
- insufficient data to artifacts
Cuff overpressure
Cuff is squeezed during measurement and exceeds pressure safety limits.
Measurement is canceled and safety valves are opened. Message stays 10
seconds.
Unable to measure
Sys
Systolic pressure probably higher than maximum inflation pressure or
artifacts in systolic area. Automatic retrial with increased pressure.
Message stays 10 seconds.
Unable to measure
Dia
Artifacts, accurate diastolic pressure difficult to measure.
Message stays 10 seconds.
Unstable zero
pressure
(+beep)
Unstable zero pressure when cuff is inflated. New measurement in correct
time.
Measurement stays 10 seconds.
Infl. limits! Check
setup
(+beep)
Adult or child cuff is used, but the selected infant mode restricts the
inflation pressure too low to be able to measure the blood pressure.
Message stays 10 seconds.
Long measurement
time (+beep)
Measurement time over two min (adult and child mode) and
one min (infant mode).
Message stays 10 seconds.
Wait for the
measurement to be
done
When measurement is going and VENOUS STASIS is attempted.
Control
measurement
Pressure alarm limit is exceeded. New measurement is performed
automatically to check the blood pressure.
Message stays 10 seconds.
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Call service.
Error X
(+beep)
NIBP hardware error. Contact authorized service personnel.
x = error number 1-99. Message stays on the screen.
See Technical Reference Manual.
Temperature
Alarms
Messages
Explanation
Temp High
Measured temperature value exceeds the alarm limit.
Notes
Messages
Explanation
Performing temp
test
During the calibration test.
Temperature error
Error message if calibration test fails.
Pulse oximetry
Alarms
Messages
Explanation
SpO2 probe off
Sensor is not connected to the patient.
No SpO2 pulse
No pulse detected during last 20 seconds or more.
Faulty probe
Damaged probe, probe is present but LEDs take no current.
Notes
Messages
Explanation
Probe off
Sensor is not connected to the patient.
No pulse
Pleth pulses not detected.
Artifact
Interference due to movements or shivering.
Check Probe
Probably faulty sensor or wrong attachment.
Poor signal
Check the sensor site for poor blood circulation. Change site and sensor if
needed.
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Scale changed
Pleth scale changed automatically, 10 s time-out.
With the Nellcor compatible option, N-LNSAT,:
NOTE: Following messages are available also with the N-LNSAT option.
SpO2 Low
SpO2 ≤ alarm limit
SpO2 High
SpO2 ≥ alarm limit
HR Low
Pulse rate ≤ alarm limit
HR High
Pulse rate ≥ alarm limit
No SpO2 probe
Sensor is not connected to the monitor.
No probe
Sensor is not connected to the monitor.
Pulse search
Searching for appropriate internal gain (and signal levels).
No SpO2 pulse?
No pulse detected when the Pleth is selected as HR source.
SpO2 probe?
No pulse detected when ECG or Art selected as HR source.
CO2
Alarms
Messages
Explanation
Resp high/low
Measured respiration rate exceeds the alarm limit.
EtCO2 high/low
Measured EtCO2 exceeds the alarm limit.
FiCO2 high
Measured FiCO2 exceeds the alarm limit.
Apnea
No breathing detected for 20 seconds.
No CO2 Sensor
Mainstream sensor not been connected.
CO2 sensor Failure
CO2 sensor malfunctioning.
Unspecified CO2
Sensor?
A non-Datex-Ohmeda sensor used.
Use only
Datex-Ohmeda
mainstream CO2
Sensor
Unspecified CO2 sensor detected for more than 30 seconds.
Gas module error
CO2 measuring failure, contact authorized service.
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Clean airway
adapter
CO2 sensor airway adapter foggy or dirty.
Clean or replace
mainstream CO2
airway adapter.
Blocked airway adapter detected > 30 s.
Notes
Messages
Explanation
Warming
CO2 sensor warming up.
O2 Compensation
O2 compensation selected ON.
N2O Compensation
N2O compensation selected ON.
Over Scale
Waveform is over the selected scale.
Measurement Off
CO2 measurement is selected OFF.
DataCard
Notes
Messages
Explanation
Faulty Data Card change card
DataCard read/write error.
Data Card full
DataCard full of data.
Data Card inserted
DataCard is inserted in the card slot.
Data Card removed
DataCard is removed from the card slot.
Insert Data Card
DataCard is not present during case.
Faulty Data Card:
change card
MenuCard or some other card is inserted in the slot.
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Battery
Alarms
Messages
Explanation
Batt Low
Note: Less than 10 min of battery time available.
Yellow Alarm: Less than 2 min of battery time available.
Notes
Messages
Explanation
Batt too warm
to charge
Battery temperature > +40°C
Batt too cold
to charge
Battery temperature < +10°C
Recorder
Notes
Messages
Explanation
Recorder: out of
paper
No paper in recorder.
Recorder: cover
open
Recorder cover is open.
Recorder: thermal
array overheat
Thermal array is overheated, recorder does not function.
Recorder: Input
voltage low
Input voltage is too low, recorder does not function.
Recorder: Input
voltage high
Input voltage is too high, recorder does not work.
Recorder: System
error xx
Error in recorder.
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Other messages
Messages
Explanation
Monitor temp high.
Vent OK?
The temperature inside the monitor is too high. Check ventilation.
STP module
error
Error in STP measurement communication.
ECGR module error
Error in ECGR measurement communication.
NIBP module error
Error in NIBP measurement communication.
CO2 module error
Error in CO2 measurement communication.
NSAT module error
Error in NSAT measurement communication.
Case Started
Vital signs have been detected.
Case Ended
Vital signs are not detected any longer.
RAM Error
RAM error detected.
SRAM Error
SRAM error detected.
FLASH Error
FLASH error detected.
Printing...
Printing is active.
Printer failure
Failure in printer.
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Troubleshooting
What if...
Try this:
CO2 readings are unreliable.
•
ECG signal is noisy, or no QRS is
detected.
Invasive blood pressure
readings are unreliable.
‘Zeroing failed’-message is
displayed, when the Zero ALL
key is pressed.
NIBP measuring does not work
or values are unreliable.
Respiration measurement fails.
SpO2 signal is poor.
Temperature measuring fails.
The monitor does not start.
Monitor is very warm.
Batteries are not recharged.
Battery operation lasts less than
specified.
‘Batt Low’-message.
Check that the sensor is properly attached to the adapter. Ensure the
connection with the Velcro tape supplied with the CO2 sensor.
• Ensure that the patient is not shivering.
• Check electrodes quality, positioning and skin contact.
• Change lead.
• Enlarge the size from 1.0 mV to 2.0 mV.
• Make sure that there are no air bubbles in transducer system. Flush and
zero.
• Place transducer on patient’s mid-heart level, and zero.
Stopcock not opened to room air on all channels:
• Zero, or continue if the lines have been zeroed separately.
•
Use cuffs of correct size and check that cuff tubings are not bent, stretched,
compressed or loose.
• Prevent motion artifacts.
• Make sure that the patient is not shivering.
• Check electrode quality and positioning.
• Adjust the detection limits.
• Check sensor placement.
• Be aware of differences caused by skin pigment.
• Make sure that the patient is not shivering.
• Check that you have the correct kind of probe. Try another probe.
The power cord is not connected:
• Connect the power cord to the power outlet.
Battery empty:
• Replace battery with a recharged one.
Fuses blown:
• Check the fuses, replace if necessary or contact your local service.
Dust filter is blocked:
• Clean or replace the back panel dust filter.
Batteries are not properly inserted, power supply notconnected, or monitor too
warm or cold:
• Wait for monitor to cool down/warm up.
Recharge only in room temperature.
Batteries are not fully charged:
• Charge batteries fully, and check operation.
Battery pack is faulty, or too old:
• Replace the battery pack with a new one.
Less than 10 min of battery time left:
• Replace with fully charged batteries, or plug in the power cord.
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22. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Parameter specifications
ECG
Measured leads:
I, II or III
Frequency response:
0.5...30 Hz (-3 dB, with 50 Hz reject filter)
0.5...40 Hz (-3 dB, with 60 Hz reject filter)
Sweep speed:
12.5, 25, or 50 mm/s
Heart rate/Pulse rate
Measurement range:
30...250 bpm
Measurement
accuracy:
± 5 % or ± 5 bpm whichever is greater
Display resolution:
1 bpm
Averaging time:
10 s
Display update time:
5s
Alarms:
asystole, leads-off detection, adjustable high and low alarm limits for
heart rate
Gain range:
0.2...5.0 cm/mV
Allowable DC
differential offset:
± 300 mV
Pacemaker pulse
detection:
detection level: 5...500 mV, pulse duration: 0.5...2 ms
Impedance respiration
Measuring range:
Impedance, 0.2...6 Ohm
Max. base
impedance:
5 kOhm
Respiration range:
4...120 resp/min
Accuracy:
± 5% or ± 5 resp/min whichever is greater
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Averaging:
30 s
Update interval:
10 s
Display resolution:
1 resp/min
Sweep speed (trace):
slow 0.62 mm/s, fast 6.25 mm/s
Alarms:
apnea, adjustable high and low alarm limits for respiration rate
Gain range:
0.1...5 cm/Ohm
Pulse oximetry (SpO2)/Pleth
Measurement
method:
red and infrared light absorption SpO2
Measurement range:
40...100 %
Calibration range:
50...100 %; calibrated against functional oxygen saturation
- with N-LNSAT:
70...100 %; calibrated against functional oxygen saturation
Display resolution:
1 digit (1 % of SpO2)
Measurement
accuracy*):
100...80 %, ± 2 digits (± 1SD)
80...50 %, ± 3 digits (± 1SD)
50...40 %, unspecified
- with N-LNSAT**):
Display averaging
time:
- with N-LNSAT:
Alarms:
100...70 %, ± 2 digits (± 1SD)
for sensor types D-25/D-25L, N-25, D-20, I-20
100...70 %, ± 2,5 digits (± 1SD)
for sensor OXICLIQ A, OXICLIQ P
100...70 %, ± 3 digits (± 1SD)
for sensor types D-YS, DS-100A, OXI-A/N, OXI-P/I
100...70 %, ± 3,5 digits (± 1SD)
for sensor type R-15
70...40 %, unspecified
adjustable 20 s, 10 s, or beat-to-beat
adjustable slow, normal or fast
probe off, no probe, no pulse, adjustable high and low, alarm limits
for SpO2
Pulse rate
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Measurement range:
30...250 bpm
Display resolution:
1 digit (1 bpm)
Measurement
accuracy:
± 5 % or ± 5 bpm
- with N-LNSAT:
Alarms:
± 3 bpm
adjustable high and low alarm limits for pulse rate
Plethysmographic pulse waveform
Scales:
- with N-LNSAT:
proportional scaling: 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 mod % or automatic scaling
automatically scaled by the measurement board, the actual scale
unknown.
*)
Accuracy is based on deep hypoxia studies using Datex-Ohmeda Finger Sensors on volunteered
subjects. Arterial blood samples have been analyzed by a Radiometer OSM Co-oximeter. Refer to
Datex-Ohmeda Sat Sensor directions for specific SpO2 accuracy.
**)
Option N-LNSAT: Accuracy specifications are based on testing the monitor and sensor on
healthy adult volunteers in induced hypoxia studies.
Temperature
Measurement units:
°C or °F
Measurement range:
10...45 °C (50...113 °F)
Measurement
resolution:
0.1 °C (0.1 °F)
Measurement
accuracy:
± 0.1 °C (25...45.0 °C)
± 0.2 °C (10...24.9 °C)
Probe type:
Compatible with YSI 400 series
Non-invasive blood pressure
Measurement
principle:
Deflation speed:
Measurement range:
Pulse rate range:
oscillometric with linear deflation
heart rate dependent, 5...13 mmHg/s
adult 25...260 mmHg
child 25...190 mmHg
infant 15...140 mmHg
30...250 bpm
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Numeric display:
Alarms:
systolic, diastolic and mean arterial pressure
cuff loose, cuff occlusion, adjustable high and low alarm limits for
systolic, diastolic, mean or off
Typical measurement
time:
adult 23 s and infant 20 s
Safety features:
adult
child
infant
Initial inflation
pressure (mmHg):
185
150
120
Max. inflation
pressure (mmHg):
280
200
150
Overpressure limit
(max. 2 s; mmHg):
320
220
165
Max. inflation time
(>13 mmHg, min):
2
2
1
Safety valve (mmHg):
320
220
165
Invasive blood pressure (F-LMP1 models only)
Measurement
range:
Measurement
accuracy:
Numeric display
Range:
Resolution:
Averaging:
Display update:
Alarms:
Waveform display
Range:
Scales:
Pulse rate
Measurement
range:
Resolution:
-40...320 mmHg
± 5 % or ± 2 mmHg
40...320 mmHg
1 mmHg
over 5 s or end-expiratory filtering
every 5 s
adjustable high and low alarm limits for systolic, diastolic and mean
pressures, or off
-30...300 mmHg
adjustable in 10 mmHg increments
30...250 bpm
1 bpm
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Resolution:
Accuracy:
1 bpm
Transducer
sensitivity:
Pressure filter:
5 µV/V/mmHg, 5 Vdc, max.20 mA
± 5 % or 5 bpm
22 Hz (-3 dB) for P1, Art
9 Hz (-3dB) for P2, CVP, PA, ICP
CO2 (option N-LCM)
Principle of
operation:
Non-dispersive infrared, single beam, single frequency, fully chopped,
ratiometric
Measurement
range:
0-99 mmHg / 0-13 vol-% / 0-13 kPa
Accuracy**)
0-40 mmHg /0-5.3 vol-%: ± 2 mmHg / ±0.3 vol-%
41-76 mmHg /5.3-10 %: ± 5 % of reading
77-99 mmHg /10-13 %: ± 10 % of reading
Respiration rate
measurement
range:
4-150 breaths/minute
Pressure
compensation:
automatic, continuous
Gas
compensations:
User selectable O2, N2O or OFF
Calibration:
No routine calibration required; automatic self-calibration every 30 ms
Alarms:
adjustable high and low alarm limits for Et/Fi CO2 and respiration rate
CO2 sensor weight:
< 18,5 g (excluding cable)
Cable length:
3 meters
Warm-up time:
< 80 seconds from 25 °C / 77 °F
Response time:
100 ms
**) typical value in conditions 22,5°C, 760 mmHg, CO2 in balance air, I:E 1:2
General
Monitor (WxDxH):
Battery module
(WxDxH):
Weight:
Weight w/ battery:
325 x 160 x 210 mm / 12.8 x 6.3 x 8.3”
290 x150 x 40 mm / 11.4 x 5.9 x 1.6”
4.2 kg/9.3 lb.
6.1 kg/13.5 lb.
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Input voltage:
Power consumption
Safety standards:
Output specifications:
Printing:
Recorder option:
12.5 V DC
17.5 ... 37 W depending on the options used
Designed to meet IEC 60601-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1-M90
and UL 2601-1, CE-marking according to Directive 93/42/EEC
RS-232 computer serial output
Defibrillation synchronization signal (According to ANSI/AAMI EC131992. Time interval from R peak to sync pulse output < 35 ms.)
Nurse Call
Analog output, 2 fixed and 2 freely configurable outputs
Local printing with laser printer (PCL5), or via network.
Built-in three channel thermal array recorder.
Environmental conditions
0...40 °C (32...104 °F),
CO2 and Nellcor options +5...40 °C (41...104 °F)
mainstream sensor +10...40 °C (50...104 °F)
Nellcor measurement optimal temp.+28...40 °C (82...104 °F)
Battery charging temperature 10...40 °C (50...104 °F)
Storage temperature: -30...70 °C (-22...158 °F),
-20...60 °C (-4...140 °F) with CO2
-30...50 °C (-22...122 °F) for batteries
Relative humidity:
5...95 % non-condensing
Mechanical shock
50g, 11 ms
For accessories, please refer to the Datex-Ohmeda Patient Monitor supplies and accessories
catalogue.
Operating
temperature:
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Display
Display size and type:
9” monochrome EL display
Number of traces:
Up to 4
Display resolution:
640 x 400
Display layout:
User-configurable
Integrated direct function keys, menu key and ComWheelTM for selections and adjustments in
menus.
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Trends
Graphical:
2, 4, 12 and 24 h
Numerical:
all parameters, sampled every 5 min and after NIBP measurement
Trend cursor:
both in graphical and numerical trends
Alarms
•
Adjustable high and low alarms for HR, Resp, NIBP, SpO2 T emp, CO2 (Et/Fi) and Invasive
Pressures Alarm system classified according to priority; visually with color and audio tone
coded.
•
Central alarm display and adjustment page.
•
10 min graphical mini trends referenced to set alarm limits.
•
Automatic alarm limits function; alarm limits automatically calculated from current
parameter reading when selected.
•
Alarms history displaying 10 latest alarms.
Light Monitor Battery Module (optional) (w/2 battery slots)
Type:
NiCd battery
Capacity:
Up to 2 hours (1 h/batt) typical on full charge at 23 °C / 73 °F
Recharging:
When connected to line power or DC (N-LPOW or N-LPOWT)
Charging time:
3.5 h / battery to full capacity
S/5 Light Monitor Backup Battery (optional)
Type:
Capacity:
NiCd battery
Recharging:
Up to 30 min typical on full charge at 23 °C / 73 °F
When connected to line power or DC (N-LPOW or N-LPOWT).
Charging time:
1.5 h / battery to full capacity
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External Power Adapter
N-LPOW
AC voltage range:
Allowed AC voltage
fluctuations:
DC output voltage:
Protection class:
Grounding:
220-240 V /100-120 V ∼ 50/60 Hz
100 V -10 %...120 V +10 %, 220 V -10 %...240 V +10 %
12.5 V and 18.5 V
Class I
Hospital grade
Power Adapter for transport vehicles (optional)
N-LPOWT
Input voltage range
and fluctuations:
Output voltage:
12 Vdc -15 %...32 Vdc +10 %
12.5 Vdc and 18.5 Vdc
Option codes
Description
Order code
S/5 Light Monitor
F-LM1 w/ ECG, Resp, NIBP, SpO2, Temp
S/5 Light Monitor
F-LMP1 w/ ECG, Resp, NIBP, SpO2, Temp, 2xIBP
Light Monitor Power Adapter
N-LPOW Power adapter, 110/220 V
Light Monitor Transport Power Adapter
N-LPOWT Transport power adapter, 12-32 V
Light Monitor Battery Module
F-LBAT Battery module w/ two batteries
Light Monitor Recorder
N-LREC Built-in 3-channel thermal array recorder
S/5 Light Monitor CO2 Option
N-LCM Mainstream CO2
Mainstream CO2 sensor
902300
DataCard Option
N-LDATA
Network Option
N-LNET
DataCard & Network Option
N-LDNET
Nellcor SpO2 Option
N-LNSAT
External Battery Charger w/two batteries N-LCHGR
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Nurse call and defibrillator synchronization signals
The nurse call signal is generated when the alarm is activated. Alarm silencing
suppresses the nurse call signal.
The defibrillator synchronization digital signal is generated by ECG. The pulse
will be given on each rising R-wave edge on QRS-complex. The pulse amplitude
is 5 V and width is 10 ms. When the def sync signal is active, the signal is set to
state 1. After 10 ms the state is set to 0. A new pulse will not be generated
before the previous pulse is deactivated.
WARNING
PATIENT SAFETY:
Use only cables with shielding against electromagnetic
interference.
WARNING
Do not use delayed analog signals for defibrillator and intraaortic balloon pump synchronization.
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Accessories
23. ACCESSORIES
CAUTION
Use only cables and accessories approved by Datex-Ohmeda. Other
cables and accessories may damage the system or interfere with
measurement.
For further information on the accessories listed below, see the catalogue
“Datex-Ohmeda Patient Monitor Supplies and Accessories.”
GAS MONITORING
Mainstream CO2 accessories
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Mainstream CO2 sensor
902300
Mainstream CO2 sensor
Mainstream CO2 airway
adapter
902301
pkg of 10 pcs
Mainstream CO2 airway
adapter
902302
pkg of 10 pcs
Mainstream CO2 airway
adapter
902304
pkg of 3 pcs
Single use mainstream CO2
airway adapter, adult/pediatric
Dead space: 6 ml
Connectors: 15F-15M
Maximum flow: 120 l/min.
Single use mainstream CO2
airway adapter, low dead space
Dead space: <1 ml
Connectors: 15F-15M
Maximum flow: 30 l/min.
Reusable mainstream CO2 airway
adapter, adult/pediatric
Dead space: 6 ml
Connectors: 15F-15M
Maximum flow: 120 l/min.
Use with S/5 Light Monitor
(F-LM1, F-LMP1)
Use with S/5 Light Monitor
(F-LM1, F-LMP1)
Use with S/5 Light Monitor
(F-LM1, F-LMP1)
Use with S/5 Light Monitor
(F-LM1, F-LMP1)
Calibration gases
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Calibration gas regulator
755533
Regulator for QUICK CAL calibration
gas cans
QUICK CAL calibration
gas
755580
pkg of 4 cans
QUICK CAL calibration gas,
aerosol can
Use with calibration gas,
aerosol cans:
755580
755581
755582
755583
Use with regulator 755533
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Calibration Check
Adapter Kit
Y-fitting for gas regulator
902305
733831
Contains:
5.0% CO2
Balance air
Accuracy: 0.5% relative
CO2 Calibration Check Adapter and
silicon tube
Y-fitting for calibration gas
regulator
For 755580
For 755533 and 755530
PULSE OXIMETRY SENSORS
Sat Sensors, reusable
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
FingerSat Sensor
SAS-F4
Cable 4 m/13 ft
FingerSat Sensor
SAS-F
Cable 1.3 m/4 ft
FlexSat Sensor
SAS-W
Cable 1 m/3 ft,
includes cloth wrap.
EarSat Sensor
SAS-E
Cable 1 m/3 ft
Standard sensor for adults
and children.
Recommended use: short
term monitoring, OR.
Standard sensor for adults
and children.
Recommended use: short
term monitoring, OR.
Requires Sat Sensor Cable.
Multisite sensor for adults
and infants. Recommended
use: long term monitoring,
ICU and PACU. Requires Sat
Sensor Cable.
Multisite sensor for adults
and infants. Recommended
use: short term monitoring,
PACU.
Requires Sat Sensor Cable.
Sat Sensors, single patient
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Single patient Sat
Sensor
16580
pkg of 12 pcs
Infant, cable 0.7 m/2 ft
Single patient Sat
Sensor
16581
pkg of 12 pcs
Pediatric, cable 0.7 m/2 ft
Single patient Sat
Sensor
16582
pkg of 12 pcs
Adult, cable 0.7 m/2 ft
Recommended use: long term
monitoring, ICU.
Requires Sat Sensor Cable.
Recommended use: long term
monitoring, ICU.
Requires Sat Sensor Cable.
Recommended use: long term
monitoring, ICU.
Requires Sat Sensor Cable.
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Sat Sensor cables
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Sat Sensor Cable
SAS-C1
Cable 1.5 m/5 ft
SAS-C3
Cable 3.0 m/10 ft
SAS-C10
Cable 10 m/33 ft
Use only with Datex-Ohmeda
Sat Sensors.
Use only with Datex-Ohmeda
Sat Sensors.
Use only with Datex-Ohmeda
Sat Sensors.
Sat Sensor Cable
Clips, wraps and tapes
Product name
Order code
Specification
Bed sheet clip
891192
pkg of 3 pcs
731040
pkg of 25 pcs
875282
pkg of 12 pcs
Bed sheet clip
Cloth wrap
Preparation tape
Cloth wrap
Preparation tape for ear
application
Note
Use with FlexSat and Flexalite
Sensors.
Use with FlexSat and Flexalite
Sensors.
ECG CABLES
NOTE: All Datex-Ohmeda ECG cables can be used for respiration monitoring
with Datex-Ohmeda S/5 monitors.
ECG trunk cables, IEC color coding
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
300-Series 3-lead trunk
cable, IEC
545305
300-Series 3-lead trunk
cable 1.2 m/4 ft,
IEC color coding
300-Series 3-lead trunk
cable 3.0 m/ 10 ft,
IEC color coding
300-Series 3-lead trunk
cable 5.0 m/16 ft,
IEC color coding
300-Series 5-lead trunk
cable 1.2 m/4 ft,
IEC color coding
300-Series 5-lead trunk
Requires 300-Series lead set
with IEC color coding.
545300
545304
300-Series 5-lead trunk
cable, IEC
545306
300-Series 5-lead trunk
545301
119
Requires 300-Series lead set
with IEC color coding.
Requires 300-Series lead set
with IEC color coding.
Requires 300-Series lead set
with IEC color coding.
Requires 300-Series lead set
Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor
cable, IEC
cable 3.0 m/10 ft,
IEC color coding
with IEC color coding.
ECG lead sets, IEC color coding
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
300-Series 3-lead set,
IEC
545315
300-Series 5-lead set,
IEC
545316
300-Series 3-lead set with
clips, 75 cm/ 30 in,
IEC color coding
300-Series 5-lead set with
clips, 125 cm/ 49 in (leg)
and 75 cm/30 in (chest),
IEC color coding
Detachable leads.
Requires 300-Series trunk cable
with IEC color coding.
Detachable leads.
Requires 300-Series trunk cable
with IEC color coding.
ECG trunk cables, AAMI color coding
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
300-Series 3-lead
trunk cable, AAMI
545307
300-Series 3-lead trunk cable
1.2 m/4 ft, AAMI color coding
545302
300-Series 3-lead trunk cable
3.0 m/10 ft, AAMI color coding
300-Series 5-lead
trunk cable, AAMI
545308
300-Series 5-lead trunk cable
1.2 m/4 ft, AAMI color coding
300-Series 5-lead
trunk cable, AAMI
545303
300-Series 5-lead trunk cable
3.0 m/10 ft, AAMI color coding
Requires 300-Series lead
set with AAMI color
coding.
Requires 300-Series lead
set with AAMI color
coding.
Requires 300-Series lead
set with AAMI color
coding.
Requires 300-Series lead
set with AAMI color
coding.
ECG lead sets, AAMI color coding
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
300-Series 3-lead
set, AAMI
545317
300-Series 3-lead set with clips,
75 cm/ 30 in, AAMI color coding
300-Series 5-lead
set, AAMI
545318
300-Series 5-lead set with clips,
125 cm/ 49 in (leg) and 75 cm/30
in (chest), AAMI color coding
300-Series 3-lead
set, AAMI
545327
300-Series 3-lead set with snaps,
75 cm / 30 in, AAMI color coding
300-Series 5-lead
545328
300-Series 5-lead set with snaps,
Detachable leads.
Requires 300-Series trunk
cable with AAMI color
coding.
Detachable leads.
Requires 300-Series trunk
cable with AAMI color
coding.
Detachable leads.
Requires 300-Series trunk
cable with AAMI color
coding.
Detachable leads.
120
Accessories
set, AAMI
125 cm /49 in (leg) and 75 cm/30
in (chest), AAMI color coding
Requires 300-Series trunk
cable with AAMI color
coding.
Note
ECG replacement clip leads
Product name
Order code
Specification
300-Series
replacement clip
lead
545340
300-Series replacement clip lead,
red R, 75 cm/30 in
545341
300-Series replacement clip lead,
green F, 75 cm/30 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
yellow L, 75 cm/30 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
white C, 75 cm/30 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
black LA, 75 cm/30 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
brown V, 75 cm/30 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
red LL, 75 cm/30 in
545342
545343
545344
545345
545358
Product name
Order code
Specification
300-Series
replacement clip
lead
545359
300-Series replacement clip lead,
white RA, 75 cm/30 in
545346
300-Series replacement clip lead,
red LL, 125 cm/49 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
green F, 125 cm/49 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
black N, 125 cm/49 in
300-Series replacement clip lead,
green RL, 125 cm/49 in
545347
545348
545349
Note
ECG replacement snap leads
Product name
Order code
Specification
300-Series
replacement snap
lead
545350
300-Series replacement snap lead,
red LL, 75 cm/30 in
545351
300-Series replacement snap lead,
black LA, 75 cm/30 in
300-Series replacement snap lead,
white RA, 75 cm/30 in
545352
121
Note
Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor
545353
545354
545355
300-Series replacement snap lead,
brown V, 75 cm/30 in
300-Series replacement snap lead,
red LL, 125 cm/49 in
300-Series replacement snap lead,
green RL, 125 cm/49 in
ECG cables, miscellaneous
Product name
Order code
Specification
Combiner for 300Series 3-lead set
Combiner for 300Series 5-lead set
Organizer for 300Series 3-lead set
Organizer for 300Series 5-lead set
Bed sheet clip
545390
pkg of 3 pcs
545391
pkg of 3 pcs
545392
pkg of 10 pcs
545393
pkg of 10 pcs
891192
pkg of 3 pcs
Combiner for 300-Series 3-lead sets
Note
Combiner for 300-Series 5-lead sets
Organizer for 300-Series 3-lead sets
Organizer for 300-Series 5-lead sets
Bed sheet clip
Use with all DatexOhmeda ECG cables.
Electrodes
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
ECG electrode
572683
pkg of 50 pcs
572684
pkg of 15 pcs
ECG electrodes, solid gel,
Ag/AgCl
Infant ECG electrodes, safety pin
(DIN 42- 802) connector, solid gel,
Ag/AgCl
Disposable.
Infant ECG electrode
Disposable.
Connects directly to 300Series trunk cable.
TEMPERATURE PROBES
Temperature probes, reusable
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Skin temperature probe
16560
2.8 m/9 ft, 400 series thermistor,
16561
Accuracy:
0-25°C ± 0.2°C
25-50°C ± 0.1°C
Adult, 2.8 m/9 ft, 400 series
For adults and infants.
Can be autoclaved at
121°C/250°F.
Central temperature
probe
∅ 10 mm, tc = 4.5 sec
thermistor, ∅ 4 mm, tc = 6.9 sec
Accuracy:
0-25°C ± 0.2°C
122
Oesophageal or rectal.
Can be autoclaved at
121°C/250°F.
Accessories
165611
25-50°C ± 0.1°C
Pediatric, 2.8 m/ 9 ft, 400 series
thermistor, ∅ 3 mm, tc = 3.2 sec
Accuracy:
0- 25°C ± 0.2°C
25- 50°C ± 0.1°C
Oesophageal or rectal.
Can be autoclaved at
121°C/250°F.
NIBP CUFFS
NIBP cuffs, reusable
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Reusable cuff
572436
Large adult
Color code: red
For arm circumference 33 - 47
cm
Standard adult
Color code: blue
For arm circumference 25 - 35
cm
Small adult
Color code: gray
For arm circumference 18 - 26
cm
Child
Color code: green
For arm circumference 10 - 19
cm
Infant
Color code: tan
For arm circumference 9 - 14 cm
Replacement cover for standard
adult cuff 572435
Color code: blue
Requires black adult hose.
572435
Reusable cuff
572434
877408
Reusable infant cuff
877407
Replacement cover,
adult
572437
Requires black adult hose.
Requires black adult hose.
Requires black adult hose.
Requires white infant hose.
NIBP cuffs, single use
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Single use infant cuff
572405
pkg of 10 pcs
Infant cuff #5, for arm
circumference 9.6 cm - 14.3 cm
Requires white infant hose.
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Adult hose, black
877235
Black, 3 m/10 ft
Use with NIBP cuffs 572436,
NIBP cuff hoses
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572435, 572434, 877408.
Use with NIBP cuffs 572436,
572435, 572434, 877408.
Do not use with Light Monitor FLM and F-LMP.
Use with reusable NIBP cuff
877407 and single use cuffs
572403, 572404, 572405.
Do not use with Light Monitor FLM and F- LMP.
Use with reusable NIBP cuff
877407 and single use cuffs
572403, 572404, 572405.
879739
Black, 6 m/20 ft
Infant hose, white
877514
White, 3 m/10 ft
Infant hose, white
890639
White, 6 m/20 ft
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Plastic connectors
64655
Plastic connectors for upgrading
adult NIBP cuffs and hoses
For cuffs:
572434, 572435, 572436,
877408
For hoses:
877235, 879739, 877913
Connectors
INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS
NOTE: Companies like Abbott, Baxter/Edwards, COBE, Beckton-Dickinson and
Utah Medical can provide adapter cables for Datex-Ohmeda monitors to be
used with disposable transducers from these companies.
InvBP transducers and cables, reusable
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Reusable InvBP
transducer
16576
SensoNor 840, 3 m/10 ft
Sensitivity: 50 µV/V/cmHg
Reusable transducer
165700
Holder for InvBP
transducer
Adapter cable
16579
54586
Spectramed P10EZ-1, 0.45 m/
1.5 ft. Sensitivity: 50 µV/V/cmHg
Holder for 2 x SensoNor 840
transducers
Cable 3.8 m/12 ft
Requires disposable dome
16578 and flushing kit
16577.
Requires flushing kit 16571
and adapter cable 54586.
Adapter cable
875408
Cable 30 cm/1 ft
124
Use with Beckton-Dickinson
DTX disposable pressure
transducers or Spectramed
P10EZ-1.
Use with HP 1290C-type
pressure transducers.
Accessories
Flushing kits, disposable
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Disposable flushing kit
16577
pkg of 10 kits
Disposable flushing kit for
transducer SensoNor 840
Disposable dome
16578
pkg of 50 pcs
16571
pkg of 5 kits
Disposable dome for transducer
SensoNor 840
Disposable flushing kit for
transducer Spectramed P10EZ-1
Sterile.
Each kit includes tubing and
one dome.
Sterile.
Disposable flushing kit
INTERFACE CABLES
Interface cables for configured monitors
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Light Monitor-Printer
cable
894193
Light Monitor, models F-LM1 and
F-LMP1 - printer cable
Local laser printer cable
(PCL5).
MOUNTING ELEMENTS
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Portable monitor
wall mount
572238
Portable Monitor Wall Mount
Portable monitor
roll stand
572235
Portable Monitor Roll Stand
Light monitor
mounting plate
890915
Light Monitor Universal Mounting
Plate
Mounting plate
adapter
572623
Mounting plate adapter for Light
Monitor
Requires mounting plate
890915 for Light Monitor.
Max. load 27 kg.
Requires mounting plate
890915 for Light Monitor.
Includes basket for monitor
accessories.
Mounts Light Monitor to
Portable Monitor Wall Mount,
Portable Monitor Roll Stand and
to a fixed vertical pole within
diameter range: 25 - 32 mm (1 1.25 in) with maximum load of
7.5 kg (16.5 lbs).
Includes mounting plate
adapter 572623.
Included in Light Monitor
Universal Mounting Plate,
890915.
Light Monitor
protective case
737731
Protective case for Datex-Ohmeda
Light Monitor
125
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MISCELLANEOUS
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Light Monitor battery
896895
Light Monitor data
card
887045
Light Monitor Battery Module
w/2 batteries, F-LBAT
Light Monitor data card for models
F-LM1 and F-LMP1
For Light Monitor.
NiCd battery.
English.
Allows data storage of
physiological trends for data
continuum.
French.
Allows data storage of
physiological trends for data
continuum.
For Datex-Ohmeda Light
Monitor.
887047
Light Monitor data card for models
F-LM1 and F-LMP1
Dust filter
886841
Dust filter
Thermal recorder
paper
74205
pkg of 20 rolls
Thermal recorder paper width 50 mm/2 in
ACCESSORY KITS
Hemodynamic accessory kits
Product name
Order code
Specification
Note
Hemodynamic
accessory kit
877973
−
−
1 adult NIBP hose (877235)
1 standard adult cuff
(572435)
1 three-lead trunk cable, IEC
color coding (545300)
1 three-lead set, IEC color
coding (545315)
1 adult central temperature
probe (16561)
1 Sat Sensor Cable,
3 m/10 ft (SAS-C3)
1 FingerSat Sensor,
cable 1.3 m/4 ft (SAS-F)
Includes ECG cables with IEC
color coding.
1 adult NIBP hose (877235)
1 standard adult cuff
(572435)
1 three-lead trunk cable,
AAMI color coding (545302)
1 three-lead set, AAMI color
coding (545317)
1 adult central temperature
Includes ECG cables with AAMI
color coding.
−
−
−
−
−
Hemodynamic
accessory kit
877974
−
−
−
−
−
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Accessories
−
−
NIBP, ECG and
SpO2 accessory kit
890935
−
−
−
−
−
−
NIBP, ECG and
Temp accessory kit
877971
−
−
−
−
−
NIBP, ECG and
Temp accessory kit
877972
−
−
−
−
−
probe (16561)
1 Sat Sensor Cable,
3 m/10 ft (SAS-C3)
1 FingerSat Sensor,
cable 1.3 m/4 ft (SAS-F)
1 adult NIBP hose (877235)
1 standard adult cuff
(572435)
1 three-lead trunk cable, IEC
color coding (545300)
1 three-lead set, IEC color
coding (545315)
1 Sat Sensor Cable,
3 m/10 ft (SAS-C3)
1 FingerSat Sensor,
cable 1.3 m/4 ft (SAS-F)
Includes ECG cables with IEC
color coding.
1 adult NIBP hose (877235)
1 standard adult cuff
(572435)
1 three-lead trunk cable, IEC
color coding (545300)
1 three-lead set, IEC color
coding (545315)
1 adult central temperature
probe (16561)
Includes ECG cables with IEC
color coding.
1 adult NIBP hose (877235)
1 standard adult cuff
(572435)
1 three-lead trunk cable,
AAMI color coding (545302)
1 three-lead set, AAMI color
coding (545317)
1 adult central temperature
probe (16561)
Includes ECG cables with AAMI
color coding.
SpO2 accessory kit
Product name
Order code
Specification
SpO2 accessory kit
875697
−
−
1 Sat Sensor Cable,
3 m/10 ft (SAS-C3)
1 FingerSat Sensor,
cable 1.3 m/4 ft (SAS-F)
127
Note
Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor
128
Index
24. INDEX
Of movement, 57
Respiration, 57
AS/3 monitors, 29
Auto alarm limits, 29
Autoclave, 15
Autocycling, 57
Automatic Alarm Recording, 29
A
AAMI Codes, ECG electrodes, 57
Adapters
mainstream CO2, 57
Adjusting
alarm limits, 29
alarm volume, 29
beat volume, 57
CO2 scale, 57
default settings, 29
ECG settings, 57
invasive blood pressure settings, 57
monitor settings, 29
NIBP settings, 57
pulse oximetry settings, 57
Respiration display, 57
screen, 29
temperature settings, 57
time and date, 29
trends, 29
Alarm
sound, 29
Alarms, 29
audio alarm pattern, 29
auto limits, 29
automatic recording, 29
categories, 29
default limits, 29
pulseoximetry, 57
Reminder volume, 29
setup, 29
silencing, 29
smart start, 29
source, 29
Alcohol
cleaning, 15
Arrhythmia
Warning, 1
Artefacts
B
Backup Battery, 15
Batteries, 1, 15
cautions, 1
charging, 1, 15
checklist, 91
disposing of, 15
removing, 15
storing, 15
Battery alarm, 15
Battery Module, 15
beat volume, 57
BF, 1
Breathing tubes
Warning, 1
C
Cadmium, 15
Calibration
IBP, caution, 1
Calibration check
mainstream CO2, 57
NIBP, 57
Calibration check, NIBP, 57
Carbon dioxide. See CO2
Carbon monoxide, 57
Cascaded ECG, 57
Cautions, 1
Changing
alarm setup, 29
ECG setup, 57
invasive pressure setup, 57
i
Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light
monitor setup, 29
NIBP setup, 57
Respiration setup, 57
screen setup, 29
temperature setup, 57
time and date, 29
trend setup, 29
Charging batteries, 15
Checklist, 91
Cleaning, 15
airway accessories, 15
ECG cables, 15
invasive pressure, 15
NIBP Cuff, 15
NIBP hose, 15
Pulse oximetry, 15
temperature probes, 15
CO2, 57
checklist, 91
cleaning the accessories, 15
CO2 waveform, 57
Collecting Data, 29
Combine Pressures, 29
Combined pressures, 57
Compensation, N2O and O2, 57
ComWheel, 15
Configuration, 1
Connecting
mainstream CO2 sensor, 57
Connectors
patient cables, 15
Continuous NIBP measurement, 57
Contrl, 57
CS/3 monitors, 29
Cycling, NIBP, 57
Def sync signal, 91
Default, 29
alarm limits, 29
settings, 29
Defaults
returning to, 29
Defibrillator-proof, 1
Degree of protection against harmful ingress
of water, 1
Description
patient cable connectors, 15
rear panel, 15
screen, 15
Detection limits
respiration, 57
Digit Fields, 29
Discarding the monitor, 1
Disinfecting, 15
Display, 15
Disposal, 1
DURASENSOR, 57
DURA-Y, 57
Dust filter
cleaning, 15
Dyshemoglobins, 57
E
ECG, 57
adjustments, 57
applying electrodes, 57
checklist, 91
electrodes, 57
selecting lead, 57
Electrical interference, respiration, 57
Electrodes, 57
Electrosurgery, 57
Warning, 1, 57
End of the Day, 15
Entering name, 29
Erasing
trend, 29
Erasing Trend Data, 29
D
Data
collecting, 29
entering patient data, 29
DataCard, 29
Date, 29
ii
Index
zeroing transducer, 57
IPX-class, 1
ISO alarm pattern, 29
Isolating transformer, 1
F
Flash memory card, 29
Freeze, 15
G
K
General alarm pattern, 29
Getting started, 15
Glutaraldehyde, 15
Graphic trends, 29
Grid, in ECG display, 57
Keys, 15
L
Labels
invasive blood pressure, 57
temperature, 57
Limitations
Respiration measurement, 57
Local printing, 29
Low dead-space adapter, 57
H
Heart rate source, 57
Heavy metal waste, 15
Hemoglobin, 57
Hepatitis, 15
HIV, 15
Hospital grade, 1
HR source, 57
M
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Warning, 1
Mainstream CO2, 57
Maintaining
batteries, 15
Maintenance, 91
Measuring limitations
Respiration, 57
Measuring Principle
invasive blood pressure, 57
NIBP, 57
pulse oximetry, 57
Monitor Setup, 29
Monitor-to-Monitor Communication, 29
MRI
Warning, 1
Multi View, 29
I
ID, 29
IEC codes, ECG electrodes, 57
IEC-601-1, 1
Impedance respiration, 57
In-Between Patients, 15
Inflation limits, 57
Information Centre, 29
Infrared light, 57
Install/Service, 29
Installing, 1
configuration, 1
monitor on the rail, 1
network, 1
power adapter, 1
printer, 29
Intended Purpose, 1
Intermittent Mechanical Ventilation, 57
Intervals, NIBP measurement, 57
Invasive blood pressure, 57
checklist, 91
settings, 57
N
Name, patient's, 29
Nellcor Compatible, 57
Nellcor sensors, pulse oximetry, 57
Network, 29
installing, 1
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NIBP, 57
checklist, 91
double check, 57
settings, 57
setup, 57
Ni-Cd, 15
N-LDATA, 29
N-LDNET, 29
N-LNET, 29
Non-invasive blood pressure, 57
Normal Screen, 15
Numerical fields, 29
Nurse Call, 29
disabling, 29
Nurse call signal, 91
Plethysmographic waveform, 57
Power adapter, 1
for transport vehicles, 1
Preset alarm limits, 29
Pressure
combined waveforms, 29
invasive blood, 57
non-invasive blood, 57
partial, 57
Printing, 29
A4, 29
letter size, 29
local, 29
printer installation, 29
trends, 29
Priorities of alarms, 29
Problem-solving, 91
Protective case, 1
Pulse oximetry, 57
Alternative, 57
applying sensors, 57
checklist, 91
selecting sensor, 57
settings, 57
Pulse rate, 57
Pulse Search, 57
O
On/standby, 15
Oscillometric principle, 57
Output signals, 91
OXIBAND, 57
OXICLIC, 57
OXISENSOR II, 57
Oxygen saturation, 57
P
Pacemaker
displaying, 57
monitoring patients, 57
Warning, 1
Paediatric mainstream adapter, 57
Paper speed, 29
Partial pressure, 57
Patient Data, 29
Patient ID, 29
Patient View, 29
Permanent settings, 29
Placing
monitor, 1
Placing Electrodes, 57
Plethysmographic
Scale, 57
R
Rear Panel, 15
Recorder, 29
adding paper, 29
setup, 29
start on alarms, 29
Recording
alarms automatically, 29
trends, 29
waveforms, 29
Recycling, 1
Regular checks, 91
Reminder volume, 29
Resetting all, 29
Resolution
iv
Index
trend, 29
Respiration, 57
Measuring limitations, 57
Respiration rate, 57
Respiration rate source, 57
Returning to defaults, 29
Rotating wheel, 15
Breathing, 57
Starting a case, 29
STAT mode, 57
Steam autoclave, 15
Sterilization, 15
Stopping a case, 29
Sub menu, 1
Sweep speed
CO2, 57
invasive pressure, 57
Symbols, 1
battery status, 15
S
S/D, 29, 57
Safety Symbols, 1
Save as Defaults, 29
Scale
Automatic Plethysmographic, 57
CO2, 57
Pleth, 57
Scaling
ECG, 57
invasive blood pressure, 57
Screen, 15
Screen setup, 29
Selecting
ECG lead, 57
heart rate source, 57
paper size, 29
parameters for display, 29
printer, 29
pulse oximetry sensor, 57
temperature unit, 57
Setting
alarm volume, 29
screen layout, 29
time and date, 29
Signals
defibrillator synchronisation, 91
nurse call, 91
Silencing alarms, 29
SpO2, 57
Nellcor sensors, 57
response, 57
Spont, 57
Spontaneous
T
Temperature
checklist, 91
setup, 57
unit, 57
Testing Temperature, 57
Thermal paper, 29
Thick waves, 29
Time, 29
Transducer
Oxygen, 57
Transducer kit, 57
Transport
power adapter, 1
Trends, 29
changing page, 29
erasing, 29
setup, 29
viewing graphic, 29
viewing numerical, 29
Troubleshooting, 91
Tuberculosis, 15
Turning Audible Alarms Off/On, 29
Type BF, 1
Type of protection against electrical shock,
1, 15
U
Unit
v
Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light
CO2, 57
Unit conversions, CO2, 57
Unpacking, 1
Using
data card, 29
Network, 29
W
Warnings, 1
washing machine, 15
Waveforms
displaying, 29
invasive blood pressure, 57
scaling ECG, 57
scaling plethysmographic, 57
sweep speed, 57
thick waves, 29
V
Vasoconstrictive drugs, 57
Venous Stasis, 57
Ventilation mode, 57
Viewing Graphic Trends, 29
Viewing Numerical Trend, 29
Z
Zeroing the transducer, 57
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