GE Healthcare Corometrics 250cx Series Система наблюдения
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Corometrics 250cx Series
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2007
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The 250cx Series monitor offers the following features: System Parameters (256cx and 259cx) The QVGA LCD display, with circularly polarized filter, removes glare; its wide viewing angle provides Sharp viewing at a distance. The large display area provides simultaneous display of fetal parameters, maternal parameters, and maternal waveforms. The Brightness softkey permits clear viewing in all lighting conditions. Frequently used functions are controlled by your choice of front panel monitor buttons—Volume, UA Reference, Alarm Silence, Mark [Offset], Record, and Paper Advance. System setup options are easily accessed via a front panel Trim Knob control. Automatic mode selection is provided simply by inserting the appropriate transducer plug into the front panel receptacle. Transducer connectors are easy-to-use, color-coded, and durable. Annotations from an optional Model 2116B Keyboard are printed on the strip chart recorder paper. The strip chart recorder is a quiet, easy-to-load, high-resolution thermal array Printer. The recorder prints continuous trends and alphanumeric data on one strip chart. The Chart Light allows the room lights to be dimmed without sacrificing visibility of the strip chart recorder. The system is compatible with Centricity® Perinatal Clinical Information Systems, as well as with other information systems, to streamline capture and archiving of patient data. Dual ultrasonic heart rate monitoring allows for non-invasive monitoring of twins. Independent volume controls facilitate easy transducer placement when monitoring twins. A +20 bpm heart rate offset option is provided for the secondary heart rate (HR2) trend, when using dual ultrasound, or ultrasound and direct FECG, to separate overlapping FHR trends for easy interpretation. A heartbeat coincidence detection feature can be enabled to inform you when there is the possibility that you may be monitoring a duplicate signal. The FECG waveform can be optionally displayed and can be “frozen” on the screen for review. In addition, a 6-second “snapshot” can be printed on the strip chart paper. Fetal parameters are continuously displayed even during configuration of system setup options. The ultrasound mode provides clean, accurate traces with few “dropouts” because of Corometrics’ patented autocorrelation processing. Fetal heart rate alarm limits are user-defined, with pre-set defaults. Signal quality has no user-defined parameters. Alarm limits are easily configured via setup screens. Alarm silencing is controlled by a brightly colored, easily recognizable front panel monitor button. Alarm conditions have both audible and visual indications. Only fetal audible alarms can be disabled. Fetal heart rate threshold and signal quality alarms can be cancelled. Optional Spectra AlertsTM simultaneously analyzes FHR and UA information and notifies clinicians of deviations from the norm. Maternal Parameters (259cx only) Built-in maternal vital signs monitoring eliminates the need for separate blood pressure and maternal pulse oximetry monitors. Maternal vital signs storage provides an 8-hour history of the maternal vital signs in a spreadsheet format. The data can be displayed or printed on-demand. A maternal-only recording mode is specifically designed for postpartum monitoring of the mother. The monitor can be interfaced to the most widely used non-invasive blood pressure monitors and pulse oximeters. Maternal non-invasive blood pressure readings can be taken on-demand or at pre-programmed intervals. The use of unique, patented DINAMAP® SuperSTAT blood pressure technology provides blood pressure accuracy and faster, automated readings. Smart BP option prevents blood pressure readings from occurring during contractions. Continuous non-invasive MSpO 2 oxygen saturation and maternal pulse rate can be reliably monitored using well-known user-preferred pulse oximetry brands. Masimo SET, Nellcor OxiMax, or Ohmeda TruSignal MSpO2 may be selected at the time of purchase or changed later as determined by hospital needs. The MSpO2 pulsatile waveform can be optionally displayed and can be “frozen” on the screen for review. In addition, a 6-second “snapshot” can be printed on the strip chart paper. Continuous display/printing of the maternal pulse rate trend can be enabled. The MECG waveform can be optionally displayed and can be “frozen” on the screen for review. In addition, a 6-second snapshot can be printed on the strip chart paper. Built-in independent MECG monitoring is provided with selection of lead I, II, or III. Selectable 3-lead maternal ECG with pacemaker detection and rejection generates maternal heart rate, QRS waveform display and a 6-second snapshot printout when requested. Twins and maternal monitoring can be accomplished simultaneously using dual ultrasound and MECG, or by using ultrasound, FECG, and MECG. Maternal alarm limits are user-defined, with preset defaults; they are easily configured via setup screens. Maternal alarm conditions have audible and visual indications, and can be silenced for a user-specified time. Alarm silencing is controlled by a brightly colored, easily recognizable front panel monitor button.

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Safety ... . ... 1-1 General Information ... . ... 1-3 General Use ... . ... 1-3 Responsibility of the Manufacturer ... . ... 1-3 Responsibility of the User ... . ... 1-3 Definitions of Terminology ... . ... . ... 1-5 Warnings ... . ... 1-5 Cautions ... . ... . . 1-8 Electromagnetic Interference ... . ... 1-9 Equipment Symbols ... . ... 1-10 Introduction ... . ... 2-1 About the Manual ... . ... 2-3 Purpose ... . ... . . 2-3 Intended Audience ... . ... 2-3 Illustrations ... . ... . . . 2-3 Fetal Monitoring Indications for Use ... . ... 2-3 Surveillance ... . ... 2-3 Maternal Monitoring Indications for Use ... . ... 2-3 Blood Pressure ... . ... 2-3 Pulse Oximetry ... . ... 2-4 Heart/Pulse Rate ... . ... 2-4 Series Overview ... . ... . . 2-4 The 250cx Series Monitor Features ... . ... 2-4 System Parameters (256cx and 259cx) ... . ... 2-4 Fetal Parameters ... . ... 2-5 Maternal Parameters (259cx only) ... . ... 2-6 Adding Fetal Movement Detection and/or Spectra Alerts . . . ... 2-6 Controls, Indicators, and Connectors ... 3-1 Front Panel Description ... . ... 3-3 Front Panel Displays ... . ... 3-6 Display Example ... . ... 3-7 Primary Labor Parameters ... . ... 3-8 FHR Display ... . ... 3-8 UA Display ... . ... . . . 3-9 Additional Parameters ... . ... 3-10 Maternal NIBP ... . ... 3-10 MHR/P Area ... . ... 3-11 MSpO2 Area ... . ... 3-12 Waveform Area ... . ... 3-12 Time and Waveform Message Area ... . ... 3-12 Battery-Backed RAM Status ... . ... 3-13 Softkeys ... . ... . . . 3-13 Mode Title Softkeys ... . ... 3-13 Waveform Softkeys ... . ... 3-13 Dedicated Softkey Area ... . ... 3-14 Rear Panel Description ... . ... 3-16 Setup Procedures ... . ... 4-1 Loading Strip Chart Recorder Paper ... . ... 4-3 Power ... . ... . ... 4-6 Interruption of Power ... . ... 4-6 Self-Test Routine ... . ... . . 4-7 Setup Screens ... . ... . . 4-7 Using the Trim Knob Control ... . ... 4-8 General Setup Screen ... . ... 4-9 Play Song ... . ... . . 4-9 Song Volume ... . ... 4-9 Temp Done Volume ... . ... 4-9 Brightness ... . ... 4-9 Paper Speed ... . ... 4-10 Date ... . ... . . 4-10 Time ... . ... . . 4-10 MSpO2 Print Interval ... . ... 4-10 FSpO 2 Print Interval ... . ... 4-10 FSpO 2 Trace ... . ... 4-10 Service ... . ... . . 4-10 Preparing the Monitor for Patient Use ... . ... 4-11 Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring ... . ... 5-1 Ultrasound (External Method) ... . ... 5-3 Methodology ... . ... 5-3 US/US2 Setup Screen ... . ... 5-3 Volume ... . ... . . 5-3 Alert ... . ... 5-4 Alarm Volume ... . ... 5-4 FECG (Internal Method) ... . ... 5-4 Methodology ... . ... 5-4 Artifact Elimination ... . ... 5-4 FECG Setup Screen ... . ... 5-5 Volume ... . ... . . 5-5 Alarms ... . ... . . 5-5 Audio Alarms ... . ... 5-5 Alarm Volume ... . ... 5-5 Fetal Heart Rate Alarms ... . ... 5-6 FHR Threshold Alarms ... . ... 5-6 FHR High Alarm ... . ... 5-7 Sample Clinical Exceptions ... . ... 5-8 Active Signal Quality Alarm ... . ... 5-8 Resolved Signal Quality Alarm ... . ... 5-8 100% Signal Loss ... . ... 5-9 Silencing an Audio Alarm ... . ... 5-9 Summary ... . ... 5-10 Single Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring ... . ... 5-10 Dual Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring ... . ... 5-10 Heartbeat Coincidence ... . ... 5-11 Fetal Heart Rate Offset ... . ... 5-11 Activating the Fetal Heart Rate Offset Feature ... . ... 5-11 De-Activating the Fetal Heart Rate Offset Feature ... . ... 5-12 Uterine Activity Monitoring ... . ... 6-1 Tocotransducer (External Method) ... . ... 6-3 Methodology ... . ... 6-3 Establishing a Baseline ... . ... 6-3 Initial Referencing ... . ... 6-3 Accounting for Belt Tension ... . ... 6-4 More About Referencing ... . ... 6-4 Out of Range Condition ... . ... 6-4 Manually Setting the Baseline at the Default Value ... . ... 6-4 Manually Overriding the Baseline Default Value ... . ... 6-4 Automatic Baseline “Zeroing” ... . ... 6-4 Internal Method - Intrauterine Pressure (IUP) ... . ... 6-5 Methodology ... . ... 6-5 Why You Must Zero the System ... . ... 6-5 Maternal Heart/Pulse Rate Monitoring ... . . . 7-1 MHR/P Source ... . ... 7-3 MHR/P Setup Screen ... . ... 7-4 Source ... . ... . . 7-4 HR/PR Trace ... . ... 7-5 Volume ... . ... . . 7-5 Alarms ... . ... . . 7-5 Alarm Volume ... . ... 7-5 MECG Lead ... . ... 7-5 MECG Pacer ... . ... 7-6 Maternal ECG Monitoring ... . ... 7-7 Theory and Methodology ... . ... 7-7 Pacemaker Safety Information ... . ... 7-7 MECG Waveform ... . ... 7-8 Maternal Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Monitoring ... 8-1 Blood Pressure Safety Precautions ... . ... 8-3 Warnings ... . ... . . .NIBP Determination ... . ... .8-4 8-5 SuperSTAT NIBP Determination ... . ... 8-5 Accelerated Determination ... . ... 8-6 Systolic Search ... . ... 8-6 NIBP Setup Screen ... . ... 8-7 Mode ... . ... . . 8-7 Target ... . ... . . . 8-7 NIBP Done Volume ... . ... 8-8 Alarms ... . ... . . 8-8 Alarm Volume ... . ... 8-8 NIBP Monitoring ... . ... . . 8-8 Checklist ... . ... . . 8-8 Patient Preparation ... . ... 8-8 Blood Pressure Methodology ... . ... 8-9 Hydrostatic Effect ... . ... 8-10 Manual Mode ... . ... 8-10 Automatic Mode ... . ... . ... 8-11 Venous Return in Auto Mode ... . ... 8-11 Adjusting the Interval Time Between Automatic Determinations ... 8-11 NIBP Interval Button Shortcut ... . ... 8-12 Terminating a Determination in Progress ... . ... 8-13 Smart BP Feature ... . ... 8-13 Enabling/Disabling Smart BP ... . ... 8-13 Methodology ... . ... 8-13 Maternal Pulse Oximetry Monitoring ... 9-1 MSpO2 Technology ... . ... 9-3 Which Module is Installed? ... . ... 9-3 Theory of Operation ... . ... 9-4 Ohmeda TruSignalTM Oximetry ... . ... 9-4 TruSignalTM Enhanced SpO2 ... . ... 9-4 Signal processing ... . ... 9-4 Masimo SET® ... . ... 9-4 Signal Processing ... . ... 9-4 Nellcor OxiMax® ... . ... 9-5 Automatic Calibration ... . ... 9-6 SatSecondsTM ... . ... 9-6 SatSeconds “Safety Net” ... . ... 9-8 Using SatSeconds ... . ... 9-8 MSpO2 Setup Screen ... . ... 9-9 Response Time (Nellcor 506 Technology Only) ... . ... 9-9 Response Time (Nellcor NELL-3 Technology Only) ... . ... 9-9 Sensitivity (Masimo Technology Only) ... . ... 9-9 Averaging Time (Masimo Technology Only) ... . ... 9-10 Print Interval ... . ... 9-10 %O2 Trace ... . ... 9-10 Alarms ... . ... 9-10 Alarm Volume ... . ... 9-10 MSpO2 Methodology ... . ... 9-10 MSpO2 Pulse Beat Audio ... . ... 9-11 The MSpO2 Waveform ... . ... 9-11 10 Module and Probe Compatibility ... . ... 9-11 Modules and Sensors ... . ... 9-12 No Implied License ... . ... 9-12 Sensors ... . ... 9-12 Alarms ... . ... 10-1 Introduction ... . ... . . 10-3 Alarm Setup ... . ... . . 10-3 Master Alarm Setup Screen ... . ... 10-3 Alarms ... . ... 10-3 Alarm Volume ... . ... 10-4 Alarm Silence ... . ... 10-4 Alarm Setting Indicators ... . ... 10-5 Maternal Alarm Occurring During Setup ... . ... 10-5 Alarm Behavior ... . ... 10-5 Fetal Heart Rate Alarms ... . ... 10-6 FHR Patient Alarms ... . ... 10-6 Active Patient Alarm ... . ... 10-6 Resolved Patient Alarm ... . ... 10-6 FHR Signal Quality Alarms ... . ... 10-6 Active Signal Quality Alarm ... . ... 10-6 Resolved Signal Quality Alarm ... . ... 10-7 Silencing an FHR Audio Alarm ... . ... 10-7 Maternal Alarms ... . ... 10-7 Maternal Patient Alarms ... . ... 10-7 Active Patient Alarm ... . ... 10-7 Resolved Patient Alarm ... . ... 10-7 Signal Quality Alarms ... . ... 10-7 Active Signal Quality Alarm ... . ... 10-8 Resolved Signal Quality Alarm ... . ... 10-8 Silencing a Maternal Audio Alarm ... . ... 10-8 11 Alarms Summary ... . ... 10-9 Recorder Modes ... . ... 11-1 Modes ... . ... 11-3 Off Mode ... . ... . . . 11-3 On Mode ... . ... . . . 11-3 Maternal-Only Mode ... . ... 11-3 What is the Maternal-Only Mode? ... . ... 11-3 Printing Style ... . ... 11-3 Changing Recorder Modes ... . ... 11-4 Functionality with a QS System ... . ... 11-5 Paper Versus Electronic Strip Charts ... . ... 11-5 Fetal Heart Rate Alarms ... . ... 11-6 Trends ... . ... 11-6 Multiple Trends ... . ... 11-6 SpO2 Scale ... . ... 11-7 Annotations ... . ... . . 11-7 Standard Annotations ... . ... 11-8 Blood Pressure Annotations ... . ... 11-8 Maternal Pulse Oximetry Annotations ... . ... 11-9 Annotations from a Central Information System ... . ... 11-9 Multiple Annotations ... . ... 11-9 Summary of Annotations ... . ... 11-10 Adjustable Recorder Font Size ... . ... 11-13 Chart Style Vital Signs Printing ... . ... 11-14 Enabling/Disabling Chart-Style Printing ... . ... 11-14 Examples of Printing Styles ... . ... 11-15 Chart-Style Printing Examples ... . ... 11-15 Real-Time Printing Example ... . ... 11-15 Chart-Style 7-Minute Exception for NIBP ... . ... 11-15 Strip Chart Paper ... . ... 11-16 12 Paper-Low, Paper-Out, and Paper-LoadING Error Conditions . . ... 11-18 Maternal Vital Signs History ... . ... 12-1 What is the Maternal Vital Signs History Screen? ... . ... 12-3 13 Using the Maternal Vital Signs History Screen ... . ... 12-4 Displaying the Screen ... . ... 12-4 Selecting the HX Interval ... . ... 12-4 Printing the Maternal Vital Signs History Screen ... . ... 12-5 Printing the Entire Vital Signs History ... . ... 12-5 Printing a Page of the Vital Signs History ... . ... 12-5 Stopping the Printing of Maternal Vital Signs History . . . ... 12-5 Heartbeat Coincidence ... . ... 13-1 Heartbeat Coincidence Theory ... . ... 13-3 14 Using the Heartbeat Coincidence Feature ... . ... 13-3 Enabling/Disabling Heartbeat Coincidence Detection ... . ... 13-3 Display Indicator ... . ... 13-3 Strip Chart Annotation ... . ... 13-5 Waveforms ... . ... 14-1 Waveform Area ... . ... 14-3 Selecting the Waveform ... . ... 14-3 Waveform Speed ... . ... 14-3 ECG Size ... . ... 14-3 MECG Lead Select ... . ... 14-3 MECG Pacer Label ... . ... 14-3 Moving Gap ... . ... 14-4 Freezing Waveforms ... . ... 14-4 5 Printing a Waveform Snapshot ... . ... 14-5 Recorder On ... . ... 14-5 Recorder in Maternal-Only Mode ... . ... 14-6 Recorder Off ... . ... 14-6 Stopping a Print Command ... . ... 14-6 Maintenance ... . ... 15-1 Cleaning ... . ... . . . 15-3 Monitor Exterior ... . ... 15-3 Display ... . ... . . 15-4 Tocotransducer and Ultrasound Transducer ... . ... 15-4 Leg Plates and MECG Cables ... . ... 15-4 Maternal NIBP Cuffs and Hoses ... . ... 15-5 General ... . ... 15-5 Materials ... . ... 15-5 Procedure ... . ... 15-5 SpO2 Sensors ... . ... 15-6 16 17 Maternal SpO2 Calibration ... . ... 15-6 NIBP Maintenance ... . ... 15-6 Disposal of Product Waste ... . ... 15-7 Patient Applied Parts ... . ... 15-7 Packaging Material ... . ... 15-7 Monitor ... . ... . . 15-7 Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-1 General Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-3 Ultrasound Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-4 FECG Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-5 External Uterine Activity Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-5 Internal UA Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-6 MECG Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-7 Blood Pressure Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-7 Maternal Pulse Oximetry Troubleshooting ... . ... 16-8 Technical Specifications ... . ... 17-1 General Monitor ... . ... 17-3 Operating Modes ... . ... 17-4 Strip Chart Recorder ... . ... 17-11 Supplies & Accessories ... . ... 18-1 General Add-Ons Ordering Information ... . ... 18-3 Paper Supplies Ordering Information ... . ... 18-3 Ultrasound Ordering Information ... . ... 18-3 FECG Ordering Information ... . ... 18-4 Tocotransducer Ordering Information ... . ... 18-4 IUPC Ordering Information ... . ... 18-4 MECG Ordering Information ... . ... 18-5 NIBP Ordering Information ... . ... 18-5 MSpO2 Ordering Information ... . ... 18-6 Peripheral Device Ordering Information ... . ... 18-6 Factory Defaults ... . ... .A-1 B C Table of Defaults ... . ... . . A-3 Fetal Movement Detection ... . ... .B-1 Introduction ... . ... . . . B-3 Availability ... . ... .B-3 Methodology ... . ... .B-3 Using Fetal Movement Detection While Monitoring ... . ... B-3 Enabling/Disabling Fetal Movement Detection ... . ... .B-3 Display Indicator ... . ... .B-4 Strip Chart Annotation ... . ... .B-4 Using the FM Remote Marker to Complement the Patient Record ... .B-4 Spectra Alerts ... . ... .C-1 Important Safety Information ... . ... C-3 Using the Spectra Alert Option ... . ... C-4 Enabling/Disabling Spectra Alerts ... . ... .C-4 Methodology ... . ... .C-4 Alert Indications ... . ... . . . C-6 Active Alerts ... . ... .C-6 Silencing Alerts ... . ... .C-6 Resolved Alerts ... . ... .C-7 Alert Suspension Feature ... . ... .C-7 Enabling/Disabling the Alert Suspension Feature ... . ... .C-7 Suspending Audio Alerts (and the Nurse Call Interface) . . . ... .C-7 Restoring Audio Alerts (and the Nurse Call Interface) . . . ... .C-7 Alert Parameters Summary ... . ... C-9 Resetting Alerts ... . ... C-12 False Pattern Recognition ... . ... .C-12 Mode Switching ... . ... .C-12 Trend Screen ... . ... C-13 Uterine Contraction Frequency ... . ... C-13 Enabling/Disabling UC Frequency Display ... . ... .C-14 UC Frequency in UA Display Area ... . ... .C-14 UC Frequency Histogram ... . ... .C-15 Enabling/Disabling UC Chime ... . ... .C-15 Nurse Call Interface ... . ... C-16 Alert Parameters ... . ... C-17 Frequently Asked Questions D-1 FAQs ... . ... .D-3

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01 Январь 2007
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Introduction ... . ... 1-1 Revision History ... . ... . . 1-1 Safety Information ... . ... 1-3 Responsibility of the Manufacturer ... . ... 1-3 Responsibility of the User ... . ... 1-3 References to Persons, Places, and Institutions ... . ... 1-3 Hazard Definitions ... . ... 1-4 Product Specific Hazards ... . ... 1-5 Cautions ... . ... . . 1-8 Electromagnetic Interference ... . ... 1-9 Equipment Symbols ... . ... 1-10 Service Requirements ... . ... 1-11 Equipment ID ... . ... 1-11 Intended Audience ... . ... 1-12 Intended Use ... . ... 1-12 Related Manuals ... . ... 1-13 Equipment Overview ... . ... 2-1 Equipment Description ... . ... 2-3 Front Panel Description ... . ... 2-4 Front Panel Displays ... . ... 2-7 Display Example ... . ... 2-8 Setup Screens ... . ... 2-8 Softkeys ... . ... 2-8 Mode Title Softkeys ... . ... 2-8 Waveform Softkeys ... . ... 2-9 Dedicated Softkey Area ... . ... 2-9 Rear Panel Description ... . ... 2-12 Optional Components ... . ... 2-14 Software Upgrades ... . ... 2-14 Adding Spectra Alerts ... . ... 2-14 Adding Fetal Movement Detection ... . ... 2-14 Peripheral Components ... . ... 2-14 Nellcor® Puritan Bennett Model N-200 Maternal Pulse Oximeter ... 2-14 Nellcor Puritan Bennett Model N-400 Fetal Pulse Oximeter . . ... 2-15 DINAMAP® Models PRO Series 100-400 and ProCare ... . ... 2-16 ILC-1926 ... . ... 2-16 Centricity Perinatal (QS) ... . ... 2-16 Exergen® TAT-5000TM ... . ... 2-16 ... . ... . . . 2-17 GE Healthcare Protocols ... . ... 2-17 250Plus Protocol ... . ... 2-17 115 and 115X/R protocols ... . ... 2-17 Theory of Operation ... . ... 2-18 Systems Overview ... . ... 2-18 Installation ... . ... 3-1 Tools Required ... . ... . . 3-3 Connections ... . ... . . . 3-3 Fetal Acoustic Stimulator ... . ... 3-3 Remote Marks Connector ... . ... 3-3 ECG Out Connector ... . ... 3-3 J101 Connector (Model 340 Telemetry System Interface) . . . ... 3-4 J109, J110, and J111 Connectors (RS-232C) ... . ... 3-5 Power ... . ... . ... 3-6 J112 (External Display Connector) ... . ... 3-7 Self-Test Routine ... . ... . . 3-7 Battery-Backed RAM Status ... . ... 3-8 Setup ... . ... . ... 3-9 Loading Strip Chart Recorder Paper ... . ... 3-9 Mounting a Strain Gauge ... . ... 3-12 Setup Screens ... . ... 3-12 Service Mode Screens ... . ... 3-12 Service Lock Screen ... . ... 3-13 Install Options Screens ... . ... 3-14 Printing System Setup Information ... . ... 3-20 Communications Setup Screen ... . ... 3-21 Baudrate ... . ... 3-21 Mode ... . ... 3-21 Configuration Switches ... . ... 3-22 Factory Defaults ... . ... 3-23 Maintenance ... . ... 4-1 Maintenance Schedule ... . ... 4-3 Visual Inspection ... . ... 4-4 Cleaning ... . ... 4-5 Monitor Exterior ... . ... 4-5 Display ... . ... . . . 4-6 Tocotransducer and Ultrasound Transducer ... . ... 4-6 Leg Plates and MECG Cables ... . ... 4-6 Maternal NIBP Cuffs and Hoses ... . ... 4-7 SpO2 Sensors ... . ... 4-8 Periodic Thermal Printhead Cleaning ... . ... 4-8 Cleaning the UA Strain Gauge ... . ... 4-8 Disposal of Product Waste ... . ... 4-9 Patient Applied Parts ... . ... 4-9 Packaging Material ... . ... 4-10 Monitor ... . ... . . 4-10 Electrical Safety Tests ... . ... 4-10 Initial Conditions ... . ... 4-10 AC Line ... . ... 4-10 Ground Impedance ... . ... 4-10 Chassis Leakage ... . ... 4-11 Patient-to-Ground Leakage for MECG/FECG ... . ... 4-11 Patient-to-Line (ISO) Leakage for MECG/FECG ... . ... 4-11 Patient-to-Ground Leakage for IUP ... . ... 4-12 Patient-to-Line (ISO) Leakage for IUP ... . ... 4-12 Patient-to-Ground Leakage for US1/US2 ... . ... 4-12 Patient-to-Line (ISO) Leakage for US1/US2 ... . ... 4-13 Patient-to-Ground Leakage for SpO2 ... . ... 4-13 Patient-to-Line Leakage for SpO2 ... . ... 4-13 Dielectric (Hi-Pot) Tests ... . ... 4-14 Checkout ... . ... . . 4-16 General ... . ... 4-16 Equipment Required ... . ... 4-17 Self-Test Routine ... . ... 4-17 Front Panel Button Test ... . ... 4-19 Connecting the Simulator ... . ... 4-19 MECG Test ... . ... . . 4-20 FECG Test ... . ... . . 4-23 Ultrasound Test ... . ... 4-26 Fetal Movement Detection Test ... . ... 4-28 Ultrasound Transducer Test ... . ... 4-29 Uterine Activity Test ... . ... 4-30 Testing the Tocotransducers ... . ... 4-32 Strain Gauge Transducer Test ... . ... 4-33 Pattern Memory Test ... . ... 4-34 Dual Heart Rate Test (Non-Pattern) ... . ... 4-35 FECG/US Modes ... . ... 4-35 Dual Ultrasound Modes ... . ... 4-36 Alarm Test ... . ... . . 4-37 MSpO2 Test ... . ... 4-39 NIBP Calibration and Testing ... . ... 4-40 Purpose ... . ... 4-40 Required Hardware ... . ... 4-40 General Calibration Sequence ... . ... 4-41 Calibration Verification ... . ... 4-41 Calibrate Transducers ... . ... 4-41 Overpressure Detection ... . ... 4-42 System Leakage ... . ... 4-42 Display Check ... . ... 4-43 Checking a Display ... . ... 4-43 Verifying the DSP Board Operation ... . ... 4-43 External Display ... . ... 4-44 Maternal SpO2 Calibration ... . ... 4-44 Hardware Switches ... . ... 4-44 Main Board SW1 Switch Settings ... . ... 4-45 J102 Analog Output Connector DAC Static Test ... . ... 4-45 Verification ... . ... 4-46 RS-232C Connector Loopback Test ... . ... 4-48 Making a Loopback Test Connector ... . ... 4-48 Testing the Port(s) ... . ... 4-48 Calibration ... . ... . . . 4-50 Before You Begin Electronic Calibration ... . ... 4-50 General ... . ... 4-50 Handling Precautions ... . ... 4-50 Power Supply Voltages—Verification ... . ... 4-50 Main Board Power Supply Voltages ... . ... 4-50 Isolated Power Supply Board Voltages ... . ... 4-51 Isolated FECG/UA Board Voltages ... . ... 4-51 Recorder Photosensor Calibration ... . ... 4-52 Adjusting the Paper-Low Photosensor ... . ... 4-52 Adjusting the Paper-Out Photosensor ... . ... 4-52 Adjusting the Paper-Loading Sensor ... . ... 4-53 Repair Log ... . ... . . 4-54 Preventative Maintenance Inspection Report ... . ... 4-55 Configuration ... . ... 4-55 Tools Required ... . ... 4-55 Visual Inspection ... . ... 4-55 Comments: ... . ... 4-59 Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-1 Diagnostic Tests ... . ... 5-3 Main Motherboard and DSP Board Self-Test ... . ... 5-3 Monitor Self-Test ... . ... . . 5-3 Error Log Screen ... . ... 5-3 Diagnostic Control Screen ... . ... 5-5 Recorder Calibration Test ... . ... 5-6 CPU Version ... . ... 5-6 DSP Version ... . ... 5-6 Run Time ... . ... 5-7 Recorder Time ... . ... 5-7 Recorder Servicing ... . ... 5-7 FAQs ... . ... 5-16 System Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-37 General Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-46 Ultrasound Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-47 FECG Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-47 External Uterine Activity Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-48 Internal UA Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-49 MECG Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-49 Blood Pressure Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-50 Maternal Pulse Oximetry Troubleshooting ... . ... 5-51 Parts List, Drawings, and Replacement ... . . . 6-1 Ordering Parts ... . ... . . 6-3 Service Parts ... . ... . . . 6-3 Field-Replaceable Units (FRUs) ... . ... 6-4 FRU List ... . ... . . 6-4 FRU Main Reference Guide Drawing ... . ... 6-6 Assembly/Disassembly of FRUs ... . ... 6-8 2025177-003 Speaker ... . ... 6-8 2025177-037 Main Board ... . ... 6-8 2025177-005 DSP Board ... . ... 6-9 2025177-006 Main Power Supply ... . ... 6-10 2025177-007 Dual Ultrasound Board ... . ... 6-10 2025177-008 FECG/UA Board ... . ... 6-11 2025177-009 Isolated Power Supply Board ... . ... 6-12 2025177-010 SpO2 Carrier Board with Nellcor MSpO2 Module . . ... 6-12 2025177-011 SpO2 Carrier Board with Masimo MSpO2 Module . . ... 6-13 2025177-012 SpO2 Carrier Board with TruSignal MSpO2 Module . ... 6-13 2025177-013 Front-end Motherboard ... . ... 6-14 2025177-036 Chassis ... . ... 6-15 2025177-016 COMM Board ... . ... 6-18 2025177-017 Recorder Assembly ... . ... 6-18 2025177-018 Recorder Board ... . ... 6-20 2025177-019 Cables ... . ... 6-21 2025177-020 Pneumatics Assembly ... . ... 6-22 2025177-021 Display Assembly ... . ... 6-23 2025177-022 Front Bezel ... . ... 6-24 2025177-023 Keypads ... . ... 6-26 2025177-026 Trim Knob and Encoder ... . ... 6-27 2025177-027 Power Switch Assembly ... . ... 6-28 2025177-028 Main Power Supply ... . ... 6-29 2025177-029 MECG Board ... . ... 6-30 2025177-031 Top Cover Gasket ... . ... 6-31 Technical Specifications ... . ... .A-1 General Monitor ... . ... . . A-3 Operating Modes ... . ... A-4 Strip Chart Recorder ... . ... A-11 Alarms Summary ... . ... .B-1 Electromagnetic Compatibility ... . ... .C-1 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) ... . ... 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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