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VIASYS Respiratory Care Inc Infant Flow® SiPAP Model M675 Ventilator
VIASYS Respiratory Care Inc
Model: Infant Flow® SiPAP Model M675
Date: 2005
Category: Medical and Biomedical Equipment
Group: Ventilator

Product Description The Infant Flow® SiPAP is a non-invasive form of respiratory support designed for use in hospital environments such as Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Units. It can also be used when transporting patients within the hospital environment. The Infant Flow® SiPAP is currently available in a Plus or Comprehensive configuration. The Plus configuration provides NCPAP and time triggered, BiPhasic modes with and without breath rate monitoring. The Comprehensive configuration offers these features plus patient BiPhasic mode with apnea backup breaths. The Infant Flow® SiPAP comes standard in all configurations with an LCD touch screen display, pressure time waveform graphics, integrated patient monitoring, alarms for high and low pressure and FiO2 and up to 2 hours of backup battery power. As a result of the unique patented design, the Infant Flow® SiPAP has been proven to provide the most stable CPAP at the lowest work of breathing for patients compared to other devices. The outstanding performance of the Infant Flow® SiPAP is irrespective of patient demand or expiratory flows. This system has been designed and tested to perform optimally when used only with accessories available from VIASYS Healthcare, Inc. These accessories include circuits and generators, prong and mask patient interfaces and bonnets. Infant Flow® SiPAP Features The expanded capabilities of the Infant Flow® SiPAP Plus and Comprehensive configurations allow for applications to broader range of patients who may otherwise not be candidates for non-invasive respiratory support. NCPAP – allows for continuous positive airway pressure based on clinician set pressure. Breath rate monitoring/alarm can be activated in this mode. BiPhasic - allows for time triggered pressure assists to be delivered based on clinician set inspiratory time, rate, and pressure criteria. Breath rate monitoring/alarm can be activated in this mode. BiPhasic tr* - allows for patient triggered pressure assists to be delivered based on clinician set inspiratory time and pressure criteria. Breath rate monitoring/alarm, and Apnea backup breaths are automatically active in the mode. Patented Infant Flow® Generator - The Infant Flow® Generator is a fluidic device for the generation of consistent infant nasal CPAP with a low work of breathing compared to other devices. Fully integrated alarms packages – . Supply gases failure, High Patient Pressure, Low patient pressure, high and low delivered Oxygen concentration, change from AC to DC power source, low and flat battery charge status and Low breath rate/apnea alarm. Battery Backup – Up to 2 hours of battery backup allows for intra-hospital transport. Clear indicators are provided for power supply in use (AC or DC), and battery charge level. Screen Lock - After 120 seconds of no screen inputs, the screen changes to the Locked Screen to prevent inadvertent changes. Upon activation of a high priority alarm the screen changes to an unlocked state to allow for immediate interventions as required.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type: Service Manual Viasys-10600-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 87
Size: 1.07 Mbytes (1116862 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: D
Manual-ID/Number: 675-120
Date: 01 May 2005
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Revision History ... 3 Contact and Ordering Information ... 4 Warranty ... 5 Limitation of Liabilities ... 5 Contents ... 6 Notices ... 8 Copyright Notice ... 8 Trademark Notices ... 8 EMC Notice ... 8 MRI Notice ... 9 Intended Use Notice ... 9 Regulatory Notice ... 9 Classification ... 9 Declaration of Conformity Notice ... 10 Chapter 1 - Product Description ... 12 Infant Flow® SiPAP Features ... 12 Chapter 2 - Product Specifications ... 14 Modes ... 14 Controls ... 14 Monitors ... 14 Alarms ... 15 Pneumatic Supply ... 15 Electrical Supply ... 15 Atmospheric & Environmental ... 16 Physical ... 16 Chapter 3: Summary of Warnings and Cautions ... 18 Terms ... 18 Warnings ... 18 Cautions ... 20 Chapter 4: System Construction ... 22 Touch Screen ... 26 Alarm Conditions ... 27 Diagnostic Screen ... 28 Chapter 5 - Operation ... 30 Gas Flow ... 30 Electronic Functions ... 32 Electrical Layout ... 33 Fault Management ... 34 Chapter 6 - Operation ... 36 Preparing and Connecting the Equipment ... 36 Setting Up the Equipment ... 40 Setting the NCPAP Parameters ... 41 Setting the BiPhasic Parameters ... 42 Setting the Triggered BiPhasic Parameters ... 43 Calibration ... 44 Giving a Manual Timed Sigh ... 45 Operation Without Electrical Power ... 45 Fault Indications ... 45 Diagnostics ... 52 Chapter 7- Maintenance ... 60 Cleaning ... 60 Maintenance ... 60 General ... 60 Maintenance Frequencies ... 61 Removal and Fitting of Case ... 62 Removal and Fitting of Battery ... 62 Removal and Fitting of Oxygen Filter ... 64 Removal and Fitting of Fuel Cell Filter/Restrictor ... 65 Removal and Fitting of the Fuel Cell ... 66 Removal and Fitting of Blender and Components ... 67 Removal and Fitting of Water Trap Filter ... 70 Removal and Fitting of Case Bleed Filtered Restrictor ... 71 Removal and Fitting of PA Solenoid Valve ... 72 Firmware Reload/Upgrade ... 72 Chapter 8 – Explanation of Symbols ... 74 Symbols used on buttons ... 76 Appendix A - Oxygen Leak Test ... 78 Oxygen Leak Test ... 78 Appendix B- Product Configurations ... 81 Non-US Configuration Parameters ... 81 US Configuration Parameters ... 81 Appendix C - Spare Parts ... 82 Additional Service Parts ... 83 Glossary ... 86


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