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GE Healthcare CARESCAPE V100 Sistema de monitoramento
Fabricante:
GE Healthcare
Modelo: CARESCAPE V100
Data: 2008
Categoria: Equipamento Médico e Biomédico
Grupo: Sistema de monitoramento
Descrição: Vital Signs Monitor
Informações:

The CARESCAPE V100 Vital Signs Monitor provides a small, portable, easy-to-use monitoring alternative for sub-acute hospital and non-hospital settings. The V100 is for use on adult, pediatric, or neonatal patients—one at a time. The battery-operated monitor offers noninvasive determination of systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, mean arterial pressure, pulse rate, oxygen saturation, and temperature. Monitors are available with or without integrated printers as well as the following parameters and technologies. - NIBP, Pulse: SuperSTAT, Auscultatory, Classic - SpO2: Ohmeda TruSignal, Nellcor, or Masimo - Temperature: Alaris Turbo Temp The model of the monitor determines which parameters are in your monitor. Please refer to applicable sections. Using the V100 Monitor, a clinician can measure, display, and record patient vital sign data that is derived from each parameter. The monitor is also capable of alerting the clinician to changes in the patient’s condition or when it is unable to effectively monitor the patient’s condition. All of the main operations of the V100 Monitor are easy-to-use and only a button-touch away. Please review the factory default settings and, where applicable, enter settings appropriate for your use.

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Tipo manual: Manual de serviço GEHealthcare-10196-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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Manual-ID/número: 2037106-001 B
Data: 01 Janeiro 2008
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Introduction ... 1-1 Revision History ... . ... .Manual Purpose ... . ... .Ordering Manuals ... . ... .1-3 1-3 1-3 Safety Information ... . ... 1-3 Responsibility of the Manufacturer ... . ... .1-4 General ... . ... .1-4 References to Persons, Places, and Institutions ... . ... .1-4 Warnings, Cautions, and Notes ... . ... .1-5 Product Specific Hazards ... . ... .1-5 Equipment Symbols ... . ... .Service Requirements ... . ... .Equipment ID ... . ... . ... .1-7 1-9 1-9 Intended Audience ... . ... 1-9 Intended Use ... . ... 1-10 General Use ... . ... 1-10 Related Manuals ... . ... 1-10 Service Policy ... . ... . 1-10 Service Contracts ... . ... . 1-10 Assistance ... . ... . 1-10 Service ... . ... . 1-11 Packing Instructions ... . ... . 1-11 Insurance ... . ... . 1-11 Service No Charge Rental ... . ... . 1-12 Repair Parts ... . ... . 1-12 Disposal of Product Waste ... . ... . 1-12 Batteries ... . ... . 1-12 Patient Applied Parts ... . ... . 1-13 Packaging Material ... . ... . 1-13 Monitor ... . ... . 1-1 Equipment Overview ... 2-1 Equipment Description ... . ... 2-3 Product Configurations ... . ... .2-3 Basic Components ... . ... 2-4 Buttons ... . ... .2-4 Front Panel ... . ... 2-5 Product Compliance ... . ... 2-7 Theory of Operation ... . ... 2-8 Introduction ... . ... .2-8 Overall Principles of Operation ... . ... 2-8 SpO2 ... . ... .2-9 Cuff Blood Pressure (NIBP) and Pulse ... . ... .2-9 DINAMAP SuperSTAT Algorithm ... . ... 2-10 Systolic Search ... . ... . ... . 2-12 Systolic Search ... . ... . 2-13 Reference Used to Determine NIBP Accuracy ... . ... . 2-13 CARESCAPE V100 Monitors With Intra-Arterial Reference (DINAMAP SuperSTAT and Classic Technology) ... . ... . 2-14 CARESCAPE V100 Monitors With Auscultatory Reference (DINAMAP Auscultatory Reference Technology) ... . ... . 2-14 Temperature ... . ... . 2-14 Host Communication Port ... . ... . 2-14 Functional Description ... . ... . 2-14 Main Board PWA ... . ... . 2-15 User Interface (UI) Board PWA ... . ... . 2-15 SpO2 PWA ... . ... . 2-16 Printer ... . ... . . . . 2-16 Pneumatics ... . ... . 2-16 Optical Switch ... . ... . 2-16 Installation ... 3-1 Connections ... . ... 3-3 Right-Side Panel ... . ... .3-3 Rear Panel ... . ... . . .3-3 Powering the Monitor ... . ... .3-4 Power Sources ... . ... .3-4 Battery Charging ... . ... .3-4 BATTERY OK ... . ... .3-5 Battery Alarms ... . ... .3-5 E13 Battery Low ... . ... .3-6 Unpacking and Preparation for Installation ... . ... 3-6 Configuring Your V100 Monitor ... . ... 3-7 Operating Modes ... . ... .3-7 Clinical Mode ... . ... .3-7 Configuration Mode ... . ... .3-7 Advanced Configuration Mode ... . ... 3-11 Service Mode ... . ... 3-12 Host Communications Connector ... . ... 3-15 DB15 Connector Pin Assignments ... . ... 3-15 Connection Details ... . ... 3-15 Maintenance ... 4-1 Preventative Maintenance ... . ... 4-3 General ... . ... .4-3 Integrity of Hoses and Cuffs ... . ... .4-3 Visual Inspection ... . ... 4-3 Cleaning ... . ... 4-4 Cleaning the Monitor ... . ... .4-4 Cuffs ... . ... .4-5 Temperature Devices ... . ... .4-6 SpO2 Sensors ... . ... .4-6 Long-Term Storage ... . ... 4-6 Battery Care ... . ... .4-7 Replacing the Battery ... . ... .4-8 Fuses ... . ... . ... .4-9 Parameter Level Functional Testing ... . ... 4-9 NIBP ... . ... . ... .4-9 Temperature ... . ... .4-9 Ohmeda, Nellcor, and Masimo SpO2 Technologies ... . ... 4-10 Calibration Procedures and Tests ... . ... 4-10 Annual Procedures ... . ... 4-10 Parameter Test Procedures ... . ... 4-11 Pneumatic Leakage Testing ... . ... 4-12 Pressure Transducer Verification ... . ... 4-12 Pressure Transducer Calibration ... . ... 4-13 Overpressure Verification ... . ... 4-13 Button Testing ... . ... 4-14 LED Tests ... . ... 4-14 External DC Verification ... . ... 4-14 NIBP Determination ... . ... 4-14 NIBP Overpressure Verification ... . ... 4-15 Temperature (Perform if equipped with Temp module) ... . ... 4-15 SpO2 (Perform only if equipped with SpO2 module) ... . ... 4-16 Printer Output Test ... . ... 4-16 Safety Testing ... . ... 4-17 SpO2 Circuit Leakage Test ... . ... 4-17 Temp Circuit Leakage Test ... . ... 4-17 Test Results Form ... . ... 4-18 Troubleshooting ... 5-1 Alarm Code Interpretation ... . ... 5-3 System Failures ... . ... .5-3 Alarm Conditions and Error Codes ... . ... .5-3 Error Log ... . ... . ... .5-3 Error Codes ... . ... .5-5 Parts List, Drawings, and Replacement ... 6-1 Ordering Parts ... . ... 6-3 Service Parts ... . ... 6-3 Compatible Parts ... . ... .6-3 Field-Replaceable Units (FRUs) ... . ... .6-8 FRU List ... . ... .6-8 FRU Photos ... . ... 6-11 FRU Main Reference Guide Drawing ... . ... 6-21 Assembly/Disassembly of FRUs ... . ... . 6-29 Monitor Disassembly Procedure ... . ... . 6-29 Battery ... . ... . 6-29 Rear Case ... . ... . 6-30 Printer ... . ... . 6-31 SpO2 Board ... . ... . 6-32 Front Bezel ... . ... . 6-32 Main Board ... . ... . 6-33 Display Board ... . ... . 6-33 Technical Specifications and Default Settings ... A-1 Specifications ... . ... A-3 General ... . ... A-3 Printer ... . ... . ... A-4 NIBP ... . ... . ... A-4 Ohmeda SpO2 ... . ... A-5 Nellcor SpO2 ... . ... A-7 ... . ... . ... A-7 Masimo SpO2 ... . ... A-9 Temperature ... . ... A-11 Battery ... . ... . . . A-12 Default Settings ... . ... A-12 Alarms ... . ... . . . A-12 NIBP ... . ... A-12 Ohmeda SpO2 ... . ... A-13 Nellcor SpO2 ... . ... A-13 Masimo SpO2 ... . ... A-13 Temperature ... . ... A-13 Appropriate Use of NIBP Simulators . B-1 Appropriate Use of NIBP Simulators ... . ... . B-3 NIBP Accuracy ... . ... . B-3 Clinical vs. Simulator Readings ... . ... . B-3 What Do Simulator Manufacturers Say? ... . ... . B-4 Why Use Simulators? ... . ... . B-5 Summary ... . ... . B-5 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) ... . . C-1 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC): CARESCAPE V100 Monitor ... . C-3 Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Emissions ... . ... . C-3 Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Immunity ... . ... . C-4 Recommended Separation Distances ... . ... . C-6 Compliant Cables and Accessories ... . ... . C-7

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