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DRE VidaStat DM Defibrillator Monitor User’s Manual
DRE VidaStat DM
Defibrillator Monitor
User’s Manual
DRE VidaStat DM Defibrillator Monitor User’s Manual
DRE VidaStat DM Defibrillator Monitor User’s Manual
DRE VidaStat DM Defibrillator Monitor User’s Manual
DRE VidaStat DM Defibrillator Monitor User’s Manual

Directive

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The content of this manual are subject to change without notice.

The contents of this manual should be correct. If for some reason, there are any questionable points, please do not hesitate to contact our service center.

The manual will be replaced if any pages are missing or collation is incorrect.

Warranty

Please contact your local distributor about the warranty period.

Device failure or damage related to the following situations during the guarantee period is not covered by this warranty:

Ÿ Installation, transfer installation, maintenance and repairs by any person other than an authorized employee or technician by DRE.

Ÿ Damage sustained to the DRE product(s) caused by product(s) from another company excluding products delivered by DRE.

Ÿ Damage – caused by mishandling and/or misuse – is the responsibility of the user.

Ÿ Maintenance and repairs utilizing maintenance components that are not specified by DRE.

Ÿ Device modifications or use of accessories not recommended by DRE .

Ÿ Damage caused by accidents or natural disasters (earthquakes, flooding, etc.).

Ÿ Damage resulting from usage where caution statements and operating instructions shown in this manual have not been followed.

Ÿ Damage due to neglect of specified maintenance checks.

This warranty only covers the hardware of the VidaStat DM. The warranty does not cover the following selections:

Ÿ Whatever damage or loss results from the attachment of accessories or their operation.

Ÿ In the event of a defect in the product, contact our sales outlet or EU representative as noted on the back cover.

The VidaStat DM conforms to the EMC standard IEC60601 -1- 2. Note that mobile phones should not be used in the vicinity of the VidaStat. DM Note, however, any device not complying to the EMC standard that is used with the VidaStat DM renders the VidaStat DM as non-compliable to the EMC standard.

Trademark

Product brand names shown in this manual are likely to be the trademark or registered trademark of the company concerned.

This defibrillator/monitor is equipped with epoch-making ECG monitoring

function incorporating the cutting edge software for analysis of electrocardiograms developed by the University of Glasgow in UK, which includes signal processing, diagnostic interpretation of electrocardiograms from individuals of all ages and analysis of cardiac rhythm.

processing, diagnostic interpretation of electrocardiograms from individuals of all ages and analysis of cardiac rhythm.

CONTENTS

CONTENTS

 

i

SAFETY INFORMATION

7

General Safety Information

7

Warning

7

Cautions

12

INTRODUCTION

13

Intended Use for the VidaStat

DM

13

Indications

for Use

13

About This

Manual

15

Identifying the VidaStat DM Configurations

15

DESCRIPTION

OF

THE DEFIBRILLATOR/MONITOR

17

Front Panel Components

17

Top Panel Components

19

Rear Panel Components

20

Left Panel Components

21

Right Panel Components

21

Displays

23

SETTING UP THE DEFIBRILLATOR/MONITOR

27

Unpacking and Inspection

27

List of Components

28

Power Cable Connections

30

Measurement Cable Connections

31

BATTERY OPERATION

33

Operating the defibrillator/monitor on Battery Power

34

Battery Status Indication

35

USING THE DEFIBRILLATOR/MONITOR

37

Turning on the defibrillator/monitor

38

Setting Date and Time

39

Continued use

39

Setting the Main Screen

40

ALARMS AND LIMITS

43

General

43

Alarm

Visual

Priority and Messages

 

44

Alarm Indication

48

Audible Alarm Indication

48

Verifying Audible Alarm Indication

48

Changing Alarm Limits

49

Audio Paused and OFF

52

ECG MONITORING

53

General

53

Setup Connections

54

12-lead ECG

56

Preparing the 12 Lead

60

Calculation

Feature

61

Description of HR/PR Menu Functions

64

HR/PR Source

65

AED(Automated External Defibrillator) MODE

67

2010

AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC

70

Major changes in the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC

70

CPR Guidelines 2010

71

AHA 2010 Configuration

73

Note Performing CPR

73

Description of AED Mode Menu Functions

74

MANUAL MODE 75 General 75 Preparing for Defibrillation 76 Operating the Manual Mode of

MANUAL MODE

75

General

75

Preparing

for Defibrillation

76

Operating the Manual Mode of defibrillator/monitor

76

Defibrillating (async mode)

77

Synchronized Cardioversion (sync mode)

77

Description of Manual Mode Menu Functions

79

MONITOR MODE

85

General

85

Description of Pacing Mode Menu Functions

85

PACING MODE

91

General

91

Demand Mode (Sync Mode) and Async Mode

91

Operating the Pacing Mode of defibrillator/monitor

92

Demand Mode (Sync mode) Pacing

92

Async Mode Pacing

93

Description of Pacing Mode Menu Functions

93

NIBP MONITORING

97

General

98

Theory of Operation

98

Setup Connections

101

Description of NIBP Menu Functions

102

SpO 2 MONITORING

105

General

106

Theory of Operation

106

Setup Connections

108

RESPIRATION MONITORING

111

General

111

Theory of Operation

112

Setup Connections

112

Description of Respiration Menu Functions

113

CAPNOGRAPHY MONITORING

115

General

116

Theory of Operation

116

Setup Connections

117

Calibrating the CO 2 Sensor

117

Description of EtCO 2 Menu Functions

119

TEMPERATURE MONITORING

121

General

121

Theory of Operation

121

Setup Connections

121

Description of Temperature Menu Functions

122

IBP MONITORING

123

General

124

Theory of Operation

124

Setup Connections

124

Description of IBP 1 Menu Functions

125

Description of IBP 2 Menu Functions

126

SELF-TEST FUNCTION

129

General

129

Functions to be tested in Self-test

130

Self-test result transmission (if configured with Wireless module option)

130

Self-test result printing

130

External

shock test

131

Trouble shooting

131

EVENT

133

General

133

Event Data List Display

133

Event Review Display

134

12 Lead Record Display

135

ID#

135

MENU STRUCTURE

137

PRINTING

153

General

153

Printer Settings

153

Print-Out

154

EXTERNAL INTERFACE

157

General

157

USB Host Type

157

SD Memory Card

157

Central System Communication

157

MAINTENANCE

159

Recycling and Disposal

159

Returning the defibrillator/monitor and System Components

160

Service

160

Periodic Safety Checks

160

Cleaning

160

Battery Maintenance

161

Loading Printer Paper

162

TROUBLESHOOTING

163

General

163

Obtaining Technical Assistance

163

EMI (Electromagnetic Interference)

164

FACTORY DEFAULTS

167

General

167

Parameter Ranges and Default Settings

167

SPECIFICATION

175

Display

175

Controls

175

Alarms

175

Physical Characteristics and Printer

175

Electrical

176

Environmental Conditions

177

Tone Definition

178

Measurement Parameters

179

Event

185

Defibrillator (Technical Specification)

186

Compliance

201

Manufacturer’s Declaration

205

Figures Figure 1. Front panel components 17 Figure 2. Top panel components 19 Figure 3.

Figures

Figure 1. Front panel components

17

Figure 2. Top panel components

19

Figure

3.

Rear panel components

20

Figure

4.

Left panel components

21

Figure 5. Right panel components

21

Figure

6.

Displays

23

Figure

7.

AC

Power Connection

30

Figure

8.

DC

Power

Connection

30

Figure

9.

Battery Placement

34

Figure 10. Mode Select Knob

38

Figure 11. Select Date/Time Menu

39

Figure 12. Setup: Display mode Menu

40

Figure 13. Normal Screen (4 waveform, Defibrillation mode, Full option)

40

Figure 14. Large Numeric Screen (2 waveform, Monitor mode, Full option)

41

Figure 15. Black-yellow Screen (4 waveform, Defibrillation mode, Full option)

41

Figure 16. Volume Menu Display

43

Figure

17.

Alarm Limit Menu

49

Figure 18. Standard 3 Electrode Placement

54

Figure 19. 5 Electrode Placement

55

Figure 20. Varying choice of

58

Figure 21. Baseline at the level of QRS onset as used by the Glasgow

58

Figure 22. Illustration of isoelectric segments I and

58

Figure 23. Definitions for QRS end / ST junction

59

Figure 24. 12 lead Placement

60

Figure

25.

Measurement

Reference

61

Figure 26. 12-Lead ECG Preview Screen

63

Figure

27.

HR/PR Display

64

Figure 28. ECG Waveform Display

64

Figure 29. HR/PR Menu

64

Figure 30. AED Mode Menu

74

Figure 31. Patient Info: ID Menu

74

Figure 32. Manual Mode Screen

76

Figure

33.

Manual

Mode

Menu

79

Figure 34. Setup Menu

81

Figure 35. Alarm Limit Menu

82

Figure 36. Patient Info: ID Menu

83

Figure 37. Monitor Mode Menu

85

Figure 38. Setup Menu

87

Figure 39. Alarm Limit Menu

88

Figure 40. Patient Info: ID Menu

89

Figure 41. Pacing mode screen

92

Figure 42. Pacing Mode Menu

93

Figure 43. Setup Menu

95

Figure 44. Alarm Limit Menu

96

Figure 45. Patient Info: ID Menu

96

Figure

46.

NIBP

Display

102

Figure 47. NIBP Menu Display

102

Figure 48. Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve

107

Figure 49. SpO2 Display

109

Figure 50. SpO 2 Waveform Display

109

Figure 51. SpO 2 Menu Display

109

Figure 52. Respiration Display

113

Figure 53. Respiration Waveform Display

113

Figure 54. Respiration Menu Display

113

Figure

55.

Connection

for mainstream

117

Figure 56. Connection for sidestream

118

Figure 57. EtCO 2 Display

119

Figure

58.

EtCO 2 Waveform Display

119

Figure 59. EtCO 2 Menu Display

119

Figure 60. Temperature Display

122

Figure 61. Temperature Menu Display

122

Figure 62. IBP connections

124

Figure

63.

IBP

1

Display

125

Figure 64. IBP 1 Waveform Display

125

Figure 65. IBP 1 Menu Display

125

Figure

66.

IBP

2

Display

126

Figure 67. IBP 2 Waveform Display

126

Figure 68. IBP 2 Menu Display

126

Figure

69.

External shock test

131

Figure 71. Event Data List Display

133

Figure 72. Event Review Display

134

Figure 73. 12 Lead Record Display

135

Figure 74. Patient Info Menu

135

Figure 75. Printer setting Menu

153

Figure

76.

Print-out

 

154

Figure 77. Print-out on shock

154

Figure 78. Print-out on 12 lead ECG data

154

Figure 79. Print-out on setting information

155

Figure

80.

Printer Paper Replacement

162

Figure 81. Biphasic Waveforms at 300 Joules and 360 Joules

190

Figure 82. Biphasic Waveforms at 200 Joules

190

Figure 83. Biphasic Waveforms at 175 Joules

191

Figure 84. Biphasic Waveforms at 150 Joules

191

Figure 85. Biphasic Waveforms at 125 Joules

192

Figure 86. Biphasic Waveforms at 100 Joules

192

Figure 87. Biphasic Waveforms at 75 Joules

193

Figure 88. Biphasic Waveforms at 50 Joules

193

Figure 89. Biphasic Waveforms at 40 Joules

194

Figure 90. Biphasic Waveforms at 30 Joules

194

Figure 91. Biphasic Waveforms at 20 Joules

195

Figure 92. Biphasic Waveforms at 10 Joules

195

Figure 93: Biphasic Waveforms at 9 Joules

196

Figure 94. Biphasic Waveforms at 8 Joules

196

Figure 95. Biphasic Waveforms at 7 Joules

197

Figure 96. Biphasic Waveforms at 6 Joules

197

Figure 97. Biphasic Waveforms at 5 Joules

198

Figure 98. Biphasic Waveforms at 4 Joules

198

Figure 99. Biphasic Waveforms at 3 Joules

199

Figure 100. Biphasic Waveforms at 2 Joules

199

Figure 101. Biphasic Waveforms at 1 Joules

200

Tables Table 1. The defibrillator/monitor controls 18 Table 2. The defibrillator/monitor controls on paddle 19

Tables

Table 1. The defibrillator/monitor controls

18

Table 2. The defibrillator/monitor controls on paddle

19

Table 3. Panel and Label Symbols

22

Table

4.

Display

Symbols

24

Table 5. Display Colors Factory Defaults

25

Table

6.

Standard Accessories

28

Table

7.

Optional Accessories

29

Table 8. Front Panel Indications for Power Source

34

Table 9. The defibrillator/monitor Battery Status Icon

35

Table

10.

11.

12.

13.

Date/Time Menu

39

Table

High Priority Alarm

44

Table

Medium Priority Alarm

44

Table

Low Priority Alarm

45

Table 14. Informative Messages

46

Table

15.

Defibrillator Messages

47

Table 16. Visual Alarm Characteristics

48

Table 17. Audible Alarm Characteristics

48

Table 18. Alarm Limits Ranges

50

Table

19.

Bell Icon

 

52

Table 20. ECG Lead Colors

55

Table

21.

ECG

Lead

Pairs

55

Table 22. Measurement Matrix

62

Table

23.

HR/PR Menu

64

Table

24.

AED Mode Menu

74

Table

25.

Manual

Mode

Menu

79

Table

26.

Manual

Mode

Menu

85

Table

27.

28.

Pacing Mode Menu

93

Table

Cuff Size

101

Table

29.

NIBP Menu

102

Table

30.

SpO2

Sensors

108

Table

31.

SpO2

Menu

109

Table 32. Respiration Menu

113

Table 33. EtCO 2 Menu

119

Table

34.

Temperature

Sensors

121

Table

35.

Temperature

Menu

122

Table

36.

IBP

1

Menu

125

Table

37.

IBP

2

Menu

127

Table

38.

Self-test functions

130

Table 39. Trouble shooting of Self-test

131

Table 40. Parameter Ranges and Factory Defaults

167

Table 41. Delivered Energy at Every Defibrillator Settings into a Range of Loads

189

Table

42.

Electromagnetic

Emissions (IEC60601-1-2)

205

Table 43. Electromagnetic Immunity (IEC60601-1-2)

205

Table 44. Electromagnetic Immunity (IEC60601-1-2)

206

Table 45. Electro-surgical Unit Interference (IEC60601-2-27, IEC-60601-2-30)

207

Table 46. Recommended Separation Distances

207

Table

47.

Cables (IEC60601-1-2)

208

SAFETY INFORMATION

General Safety Information

This section contains important safety information related to general use of the VidaStat DM defibrillator/ monitor . Other important safety information appears throughout the manual.The VidaStat DM defibrillator/monitor will be referred to as the defibrillator/ monitor throughout this manual.

Important! Before use, read carefully the manual, accessory directions for use, all precautionary information and specifications.

Warning

all precautionary information and specifications. Warning Warnings are identified by the WARNING symbol shown above.

Warnings are identified by the WARNING symbol shown above.

Warnings alert you to potential serious outcomes (death, injury, or adverse events) to the patient or user.

WARNING: Do not take or use the defibrillator/monitor in locations where highly combustible anesthetics or

WARNING: Do not take or use the defibrillator/monitor in locations where highly combustible anesthetics or flammable gases are used or in high-pressure oxygen rooms or inside oxygen tents, as this may cause a flammable explosion. Turn off the gas source or move the source away from patient during defibrillation.

WARNING: When using the defibrillator/monitor with anesthetics, nitrous oxide or high concentrations of oxygen, connect

WARNING: When using the defibrillator/monitor with anesthetics, nitrous oxide or high concentrations of oxygen, connect the gas outlet to a scavenger system.

WARNING: When using the defibrillator/monitor with a commercial electric power source, use the defibrillator/monitor with

WARNING: When using the defibrillator/monitor with a commercial electric power source, use the defibrillator/monitor with an electric power wall socket with a grounding wire for medical use. Not doing so could cause electric shock.

WARNING: Do not connect grounding wire to gas pipes. This could cause fire.

WARNING: Do not connect grounding wire to gas pipes. This could cause fire.

WARNING: Only doctors and officially certified personnel should use this defibrillator/monitor. Do not allow patients

WARNING: Only doctors and officially certified personnel should use this defibrillator/monitor. Do not allow patients to touch the defibrillator/monitor. Allowing patients to touch the defibrillator/monitor could cause accidents.

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor cannot be used when MRI is in progress. If MRI is in

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor cannot be used when MRI is in progress. If MRI is in use, keep patient attachments away from patients to prevent accidents.

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor conforms to the requirements of the EMC standard (IEC60601-1-2), and may therefore

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor conforms to the requirements of the EMC standard (IEC60601-1-2), and may therefore be used simultaneously with pacemakers and other electrical simulators. It should, however, be noted that the defibrillator/monitor may be affected by electrical scalpels and microwave therapeutic apparatus. Please check operation of the defibrillator/monitor during and after use of such equipment.

WARNING: Do not take mobile phones or transceivers into a room where this defibrillator/monitor is

WARNING: Do not take mobile phones or transceivers into a room where this defibrillator/monitor is installed, as such devices may cause accidents.

WARNING: In order to avoid accidents, do not use any unauthorized accessories or options.

WARNING: In order to avoid accidents, do not use any unauthorized accessories or options.

WARNING: Thoroughly read the instruction manuals supplied with accessories and options to ensure correct use.
WARNING: Thoroughly read the instruction manuals supplied with accessories and options to ensure correct use.

WARNING: Thoroughly read the instruction manuals supplied with accessories and options to ensure correct use. This instruction manual does not carry the caution selections for such equipment.

 

WARNING: Do not open cover or disassemble this defibrillator/monitor. Doing so

could cause electric shock or fire. It is prohibited by law to modify the defibrillator/monitor

could cause electric shock or fire. It is prohibited by law to modify the defibrillator/monitor without authorization.

WARNING: Do not use power source other than the specified voltage, (100- 240V~50/60Hz) as this

WARNING: Do not use power source other than the specified voltage, (100- 240V~50/60Hz) as this may cause fire or electric shock.

WARNING: Pre-use inspection and preventive maintenance must be performed for safe use.

WARNING: Pre-use inspection and preventive maintenance must be performed for safe use.

WARNING: equipment. The defibrillator/monitor may be used with electrical surgical

WARNING:

equipment.

The

defibrillator/monitor

may

be

used

with

electrical

surgical

Follow the instruction manuals for medical instruments – notably electrosurgical and diathermy instruments – when used, as their high–frequency energy units may cause burns to patients via attachments.

WARNING: This defibrillator/monitor is protected against the discharge of a defibrillator. However, do not touch

WARNING: This defibrillator/monitor is protected against the discharge of a defibrillator. However, do not touch the defibrillator/monitor when a defibrillator is being discharged (electrified), as doing so may cause electric shock.

WARNING: The following cautions apply when connecting the defibrillator/monitor with other equipment.

WARNING: The following cautions apply when connecting the defibrillator/monitor with other equipment.

1. Ensure that the connected equipment is in accordance with the IEC60601-1 or IEC safety standards, so that the system complies with IEC60601-1.

2. Employ additional protective measures (e.g. additional protective earthing) as necessary.

WARNING: Do not connect devices that do not meet medical safety standards (such as commercial

WARNING: Do not connect devices that do not meet medical safety standards (such as commercial PCs), as they may cause electric shock. This defibrillator/monitor meets the restricted level of leakage current required for medical devices. Therefore, this defibrillator/monitor cannot be connected to a device that would give a combined total of leakage current beyond the restricted level.

WARNING: Avoid connecting the patient to several devices at once. Leakage current limits may be

WARNING: Avoid connecting the patient to several devices at once. Leakage current limits may be exceeded. Do not use a second defibrillator on the patient while pacing with the defibrillator/monitor.

WARNING: Do not place anything on top of this defibrillator/monitor. If something is spilled over

WARNING: Do not place anything on top of this defibrillator/monitor. If something is spilled over the defibrillator/monitor or gets into it, such spillage may cause fire or electric shock. If fluid spills on the defibrillator/monitor accidentally, disconnect power cord, wipe dry immediately, and have the defibrillator/monitor serviced to make sure that no hazard exists.

WARNING: Do not place heavy objects on the power cord, as doing so may cause

WARNING: Do not place heavy objects on the power cord, as doing so may cause fire or electric shock.

WARNING: Before conducting maintenance work, turn the power off and unplug the power cord from

WARNING: Before conducting maintenance work, turn the power off and unplug the power cord from the wall socket to prevent electric shock.

WARNING: When the following occur, turn the power off immediately and unplug the power cord

WARNING: When the following occur, turn the power off immediately and unplug the power cord from the wall socket. Continued use in such situations may cause fire or electric shock.

l

There is smoke or a strange odor leaking out of the defibrillator/monitor.

l

The defibrillator/monitor has been dropped or impacted by an object.

l

Liquid or foreign matter gets inside the defibrillator/monitor.

l Defibrillator/monitor failure has occurred.

Also, when any of the above occurs, promptly do the following:

1. Check to see that the power cord has been unplugged from the wall socket.

2. Place an “Out of Order” sign on the defibrillator/monitor and do not use it.

3. Have the defibrillator/monitor serviced to make sure that no hazard exists.

WARNING: Do not connect more than one patient to the defibrillator/monitor. Do not connect more

WARNING: Do not connect more than one patient to the defibrillator/monitor. Do not connect more than one defibrillator/monitor to a patient.

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor is a prescription device and is to be operated by qualified personnel

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor is a prescription device and is to be operated by qualified personnel only.

WARNING: As with any medical equipment, carefully route patient cabling to reduce the possibility of

WARNING: As with any medical equipment, carefully route patient cabling to reduce the possibility of patient entanglement or strangulation.

WARNING: Never lift the defibrillator/monitor by the sensor cable, blood pressure hose, power cord, or

WARNING: Never lift the defibrillator/monitor by the sensor cable, blood pressure hose, power cord, or any other accessory. Such accessories could detach, causing the defibrillator/monitor to fall on the patient.

WARNING: Do not make any clinical judgments based on this defibrillator/monitor’s measurement only.

WARNING: Do not make any clinical judgments based on this defibrillator/monitor’s measurement only.

WARNING: Emergency defibrillation should be performed only by appropriately trained, skilled and qualified personnel who

WARNING: Emergency defibrillation should be performed only by appropriately trained, skilled and qualified personnel who are aware of the protocol for handling a patient in medical emergency such as cardiac arrest and have been certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or Basic Life Support (BLS).

WARNING: Synchronized electrical cardioversion should be performed only by skilled personnel trained in Advanced Cardiac

WARNING: Synchronized electrical cardioversion should be performed only by skilled personnel trained in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and practiced in equipment operation. The precise cardiac arrhythmia must be determined prior to performing defibrillation.

WARNING: The defibrillator delivers up to 360 joules of electrical energy. Unless properly used as

WARNING: The defibrillator delivers up to 360 joules of electrical energy. Unless properly used as described in this manual, this electrical energy may cause serious injury or death. Do not attempt to operate this defibrillator/monitor unless thoroughly familiar with this manual and the function of all controls, indicators, connectors and accessories.

WARNING: Do not discharge standard paddles on top of pads or ECG electrodes. Do not

WARNING: Do not discharge standard paddles on top of pads or ECG electrodes. Do not allow standard paddles (or pads) to touch each other, ECG electrodes, lead wires, dressings, transdermal patchers, etc. Such contact can cause electrical arcing and patient skin burns during defibrillation and may divert defibrillating energy away from the heart muscle.

WARNING: Discharging the defibrillator/monitor with the standard paddle surfaces shorted together can pit or damage

WARNING: Discharging the defibrillator/monitor with the standard paddle surfaces shorted together can pit or damage the paddle electrode surface. Pitted or damaged paddle surfaces may cause patient skin burns during defibrillation. Discharge the defibrillator only as described in theses operating instructions.

WARNING: If a person is touching the patient, bed, or any conductive material in contact

WARNING: If a person is touching the patient, bed, or any conductive material in contact with the patient during defibrillation, the delivered energy may be partially discharged through that person. Clear everything away from contact with the patient, bed, and other conductive material before discharging the defibrillator/monitor.

WARNING: Do not discharge the defibrillator into the open air. To remove an unwanted charge,

WARNING: Do not discharge the defibrillator into the open air. To remove an unwanted charge, change the energy selection, or change the mode, or turn off the defibrillator/monitor.

WARNING: Conductive gel on the paddle handles can allow the electrical energy to be discharged

WARNING: Conductive gel on the paddle handles can allow the electrical energy to be discharged through the operator during defibrillation. Completely clean the paddle electrode surfaces, handles, and storage area after defibrillation.

WARNING: A gel pathway on the skin between the standard paddles will cause defibrillating energy
WARNING: A gel pathway on the skin between the standard paddles will cause defibrillating energy

WARNING: A gel pathway on the skin between the standard paddles will cause defibrillating energy to arc between paddles and delivery energy away from the heart muscle. Do not allow conductive gel (wet or dry) to become continuous between paddle sites.

WARNING: During defibrillation checks, the discharged energy passes through the cable connectors. Securely attach cable

WARNING: During defibrillation checks, the discharged energy passes through the cable connectors. Securely attach cable connectors to the simulator.

WARNING: Do not touch the patient or any equipment connected to the patient during defibrillation.

WARNING: Do not touch the patient or any equipment connected to the patient during defibrillation. Warn all persons around patient to DO NOT TOUCH THE PATIENT prior to defibrillation.

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor should be out of contact with water (puddles or water spray). It

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor should be out of contact with water (puddles or water spray). It may cause electrical shocks and device failure. Electrical safety of the defibrillator/monitor may not work properly when wet.

WARNING: Defibrillation may cause implanted devices to malfunction. Place standard paddles or pads away from

WARNING: Defibrillation may cause implanted devices to malfunction. Place standard paddles or pads away from implanted devices if possible. Check implanted device function after defibrillation.

WARNING: Implanted pacemakers may cause the heart rate meter to count the pacemaker rate during

WARNING: Implanted pacemakers may cause the heart rate meter to count the pacemaker rate during incidents of cardiac arrest or other arrhythmias. Pacemaker patients should be carefully observed. Check the patient’s pulse; do not rely solely on heart rate meters. Dedicated pacemaker detection circuitry may not detect all implanted pacemaker spikes. Patient history and physical exam are important in determining the presence of an implanted pacemaker.

WARNING: To ensure patient electrical isolation, connect only to other equipment with circuits that are

WARNING: To ensure patient electrical isolation, connect only to other equipment with circuits that are electrically isolated.

WARNING: To avoid risk of electric shock, the device must only be connected to a

WARNING: To avoid risk of electric shock, the device must only be connected to a supply mains with protective earth.

WARNING: The use of ACCESSORY equipment not complying with the equivalent safety requirements of this

WARNING: The use of ACCESSORY equipment not complying with the equivalent safety requirements of this equipment may lead to a reduced level of safety of the resulting system. Consideration relating to the choice shall include: Use of the accessory in the PATIENT VICINITY. Evidence that the safety certification of the ACCESSORY has been performed in accordance with the appropriate IEC (EN) 60601-1 and/or IEC (EN) 60601-1-1 harmonized national standards.

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor is equipped with RF telemetry module which transmits with 50dBm power in

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor is equipped with RF telemetry module which transmits with 50dBm power in the 2.5GHz. The module has been tested and certified to be equipped safely.

WARNING: Check leakage levels prior to use. Leakage current may be excessive if more than

WARNING: Check leakage levels prior to use. Leakage current may be excessive if more than one monitor or other piece of equipment is connected to the patient.

WARNING: Do not place or use the device when flammable gas presents in atmospheres or

WARNING: Do not place or use the device when flammable gas presents in atmospheres or other flammable material exist near/around. Eg. Oxygenrich area, flammable anesthetic gases, gasoline and any flammable material or gas. Do not use the device near the place of a gasoline or other volatile substances spill may cause an explosion.

WARNING: Do not disassemble the defibrillator. It contains no operator serviceable components and dangerous high

WARNING: Do not disassemble the defibrillator. It contains no operator serviceable components and dangerous high voltages may be present. Contact authorized service personnel for repair.

WARNING: Do not immerse any portion of this defibrillator in water or other fluids. Avoid

WARNING: Do not immerse any portion of this defibrillator in water or other fluids. Avoid spilling any fluids on defibrillator or accessories. Spilled liquids may cause the defibrillator and accessories to perform inaccurately or fail. Do not clean with ketones or other flammable agents. Do not autoclave or sterilize this defibrillator or accessories unless otherwise specified.

WARNING: Use care when operating this device close to oxygen sources (such as bag-valve-mask devices

WARNING: Use care when operating this device close to oxygen sources (such as bag-valve-mask devices or ventilator tubing). Turn off gas source or move source away from patient during defibrillation.

WARNING: Check leakage levels prior to use. Leakage current may be excessive if more than

WARNING: Check leakage levels prior to use. Leakage current may be excessive if more than one monitor or other piece of equipment is connected to the patient.

WARNING: If you are monitoring a patient and using the system connector, all equipment connected

WARNING: If you are monitoring a patient and using the system connector, all equipment connected to the system connector must be battery powered or electrically isolated from AC power according to EN 60601-1. If in doubt, disconnect the patient from the defibrillator before using the system connector. Only use DRE recommended data transmission cables. For more information, contact DRE Technical Support.

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor delivers up to 360 joules of electrical energy. When discharging the defibrillator,

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor delivers up to 360 joules of electrical energy. When discharging the defibrillator, do not touch the paddle electrode surfaces or disposable paddle/pads electrodes. Do not attempt to perform this test unless you are qualified by training and experience and are thoroughly familiar with these operating instructions.

WARNING: Electric shock hazards exist internally. Do not remove assembly screws. Refer servicing to qualified

WARNING: Electric shock hazards exist internally. Do not remove assembly screws. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.

WARNING: Monitors, defibrillators, and their accessories (including electrodes and cables) contain ferromagnetic

WARNING: Monitors, defibrillators, and their accessories (including electrodes and cables) contain ferromagnetic materials. As with all ferromagnetic equipment, these products must not be used in the presence of the high magnetic field created by a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) device. The high magnetic field created by an MRI device will attract the equipment with a force sufficient to cause death or serious personal injury to persons between the equipment and the MRI device. This magnetic attraction may also damage the equipment. Skin burns will also occur due to heating of electrically conductive materials, such as patient leads and pulse oxmeter sensors. Consuit the MRI manufacturer for more information.

WARNING: Medical electrical equipment which does not incorporate defibrillator protection should be disconnected during

WARNING: Medical electrical equipment which does not incorporate defibrillator protection should be disconnected during defibrillation.

WARNING: Operating the defibrillator/monitor or its accessories in conditions outside the environmental specifications can

WARNING: Operating the defibrillator/monitor or its accessories in conditions outside the environmental specifications can result in device or accessory malfunction. The defibrillator/monitor should be allowed to stabilize within the operating temperature range prior to operation.

Cautions Cautions are identified by the CAUTION symbol shown above. Caution statements identify conditions or

Cautions

Cautions Cautions are identified by the CAUTION symbol shown above. Caution statements identify conditions or practices

Cautions are identified by the CAUTION symbol shown above.

Caution statements identify conditions or practices that could result in damage to the equipment or other property.

CAUTION: Always check that the defibrillator/monitor functions properly and is in proper condition before use.could result in damage to the equipment or other property. CAUTION: Federal law restricts this device

CAUTION: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.functions properly and is in proper condition before use. CAUTION: The defibrillator/monitor may not operate properly

CAUTION: The defibrillator/monitor may not operate properly if it is operated or stored at conditions outside the ranges stated in this manual, or subjected to excessive shock or dropping.this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. CAUTION: When connecting the

CAUTION: When connecting the defibrillator/monitor to any instrument, verify proper operation before clinical use. Both the defibrillator/monitor and the instrument connected to it must be connected to a grounded outlet.in this manual, or subjected to excessive shock or dropping. CAUTION: Accessory equipment connected to the

CAUTION: Accessory equipment connected to the defibrillator/monitor’s data interface must be certified according to IEC60950 for data-processing equipment or IEC60601-1 for electromedical equipment. All combinations of equipment must be in compliance with IEC60601-1-1 system requirements. Anyone who connects additional equipment to the signal input or signal output port configures a medical system and is therefore responsible that the system complies with the requirements of IEC 60601-1-1 and the electromagnetic compatibility system standard IEC60601-1-2. If in doubt, consult DRE Technical Support Representative . DRE Technical Support Representative.

CAUTION: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.in doubt, consult DRE Technical Support Representative . CAUTION: Where the integrity of the external protective

CAUTION: Where the integrity of the external protective conductor in the installation or its arrangement is in doubt, equipment shall be operated from its internal electrical power source.DRE Technical Support Representative . CAUTION: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION WARNING: Patient conditions may result in erroneous readings. If the measurements are suspect, verify the

WARNING: Patient conditions may result in erroneous readings. If the measurements are suspect, verify the reading using another clinically accepted measurement method.

Intended Use for the VidaStat DM

The defibrillator/monitor is intended for use by trained medical technician, doctor, nurse or medical specialist in outdoor and indoor emergency care settings including air and ground ambulances within the environmental conditions specified. Manual and Automated external defibrillation, External pacing, Diagnostic electrocardiography (12-lead ECG) are intended for use on adult and pediatric patients.

The other monitoring functions (Electrocardiography (ECG, Heart Rate), Non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP), functional arterial oxygen saturation(SpO 2 ), respiration(RESP), temperature(TEMP) and invasive blood pressure(IBP)) are intended for use on adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. End tidal CO 2 (EtCO 2 )) are intended for use on adult, pediatric and infant patients.

Indications for Use

 

Indications

 

Contraindications

 

Manual

Manual

defibrillation

is

Defibrillation is contraindicated in the treatment of Pulseless Electrical Activity (PEA), such as idioventricular or ventricular escape rhythms, and in the treatment if asystole. Defibrillation is not intended for patient who is conscious and has a palpable pulse and is contraindicated for use on neonates.

Defibrillation

indicated for the termination of

certain

potentially

 

fatal

arrhythmias,

 

such

as

ventricular fibrillation

 

and

ventricular

 

tachycardia.

Delivery of this energy in the

synchronized

mode

is

a

method

for

treating

atrial

fibrillation, atrial flutter.

Automated External Defibrillation

AED mode is to be used only on patients of at least 8 years of age in cardiopulmonary arrest. The patient must be unconscious, pulseless, and not breathing normally before using the defibrillator to analyze the patient’s ECG rhythm.

AED is not intended for patient who is conscious and has a

palpable pulse

and

is

contraindicated

for

use

on

neonates.

External Pacing

External pacing is indicated for

External

pacing

is

symptomatic bradycardia

in

contraindicated

for

the

patients

with

a

pulse.

treatment

of

ventricular

Increased

heart

rates

in

fibrillation

and

asystole.

response

to

external

pacing

External

pacing

in

the

often

suppress

ventricular

presence

of

severe

ectopic

activity

and

may

hypothermia

may

be

prevent tachycardia.

 

contraindicated

and

is

   

contraindicated

for

use

on

neonates.

Electrocardiography

The 12-lead electrocardiogram is used to identify, diagnose and treat patients with cardiac disorders and is useful in the early detection.

No known contraindications

 

Noninvasive

Blood

Noninvasive blood pressure monitoring is intended for detection of hypertension or hypotension and monitoring BP trends in patient conditions such as, but not limited to, shock, acute dysrhythmia, or major fluid imbalance.

Noninvasive Blood Pressure is not intended for use with severe arrhythmia. Noninvasive Blood Pressure is not intended for patients who are experiencing convulsion or tremors.

Pressure

Pulse Oximetry

Pulse oximetry monitoring is intended to be used to monitor functional arterial oxygen saturation and pulse rate.

Pulse Oximetry is not intended for use with severe peripheral vascular disease and severe anemia (decreased Hemoglobin).

Invasive

Blood

Invasive pressure monitor is indicated for use in measuring arterial, venous, intracranial and other physiological pressures using and invasive catheter system with a compatible transducer.

No known contraindications

 

Pressure

 

End-Tidal CO 2

EtCO 2 monitoring is indicated for detection of trends in the

No known contraindications

 

level of expired CO 2 . It is used

 

for

monitoring

breathing

efficacy

and

 

treatment

effectiveness

in

acute

cardiopulmonary care.

Temperature

Temperature

monitoring

is

No known contraindications

 

indicated for use in patients

 

who

require

continuous

monitoring

of

body

temperature.

 

About This Manual

This manual explains how to set up and use the defibrillator/monitor.

Read the entire manual including the Safety Information section, before you operate the defibrillator/monitor.

Identifying the VidaStat DM Configurations

The following table identi fies VidaStat DMdefibrillator/monitor configurations and how they are indicated. The reference number and serial number are located on the back of the product. All information in this manual, including the illustrations, is based on a device configured with the 12 lead ECG, SpO 2 module, Temperature(TEMP) module, Capnography (EtCO 2 and InCO 2 ) (Mainstream or Sidestream) module, IBP module and Printer module.

Product Code

Description

 

D500O-0

Basic (Manual Defibrillation, Automated External Defibrillation, Pacing, Printer)

D500M-S

Basic + SpO 2

 

D500M-L

Basic + 12 lead ECG

 

D500M-LS

Basic + 12 lead ECG + SpO 2

 

D500M-LSNT

Basic + 12 lead ECG + SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP

D500M-LSNTB

Basic + 12 lead ECG + SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP + 2CH IBP

D500M-SNTEM

Basic + SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP + Capnography (Mainstream)

D500M-SNTES

Basic + SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP + Capnography (Mainstream)

D500M-LSNTEM

Basic + 12 lead ECG + SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP + Capnography (Mainstream)

D500M-LSNTES

Basic + 12 lead ECG + SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP + Capnography (Sidestream)

D500M-LSNTBEM

Basic

+

12

lead ECG

+

SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP +2CH IBP +

Capnography (Mainstream)

D500M-LSNTBES

Basic

+

12

lead ECG

+

SpO 2 + NIBP/TEMP +2CH IBP +

Capnography (Sidestream)

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DESCRIPTION OF THE DEFIBRILLATOR/MONITOR

Front Panel Components

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12 13 - 16 17 18 19 - 21 22 23 24 - 25 26
12
13
- 16
17
18
19
- 21
22
23
24
- 25
26
- 30
31
32

Figure 1. Front panel components

1 Paddle

17

MIC

2 NIBP connector

18

Mode select knob

3 LCD

19

ANALYZE button

4 Temperature1 connector

20

CHARGE button

5 Temperature2 connector

21

Energy Level button

6 IBP1 connector

22

SHOCK button

7 IBP2 connector

23

Multi function knob

8 Soft key

24

RATE button

9 EtCO 2 Connector

25

mA button

10 SpO 2 connector

26

NIBP button

11 Printer

27

PRINT button

12 Handle

28

ALARM button

13 AC/DC in LED

29

LEAD button

14 Battery A charging status LED

30

SIZE button

15 Battery B charging status LED

31

ECG connector

16 Service LED

32

Paddle/Pads connector

Table 1. The defibrillator/monitor controls

Symbols Description Mode select knob selects five modes of operation. (AED, Manual, Monitor, OFF and
Symbols
Description
Mode select knob
selects five modes of operation. (AED, Manual, Monitor, OFF
and Pacing)
ANALYZE button
analyzes the patient’s ECG to determine whether or not to
deliver a shock.
CHARGE button
charges to the desired energy level automatically.
Energy Level button
selects the defibrillation energy level.
SHOCK button
delivers a shock.
Multi function knob
provides user interaction with the defibrillator/monitor to control
the functions.
RATE button
adjusts the rate of pacing waveform.
mA button
adjusts the current of pacing waveform.
NIBP button
toggles between starting and stopping NIBP measurements.
PRINT button
prints measured data.
Alarm button
pauses the audible alarm temporarily.
turns off the audible alarm by pressing over 2 seconds.
LEAD button
selects to display the desired ECG lead on the screen.
SIZE button
adjusts and selects the amplitude of an ECG waveform.

Top Panel Components

1 2 3 4 5
1
2
3
4
5

Figure 2. Top panel components

1 Paddle

4

SHOCK button

2 Energy level button

5

CHARGE button

3 REC button

Table 2. The defibrillator/monitor controls on paddle Symbols Description CHARGE button charges to the desired
Table 2. The defibrillator/monitor controls on paddle
Symbols
Description
CHARGE button
charges to the desired energy level automatically.
Energy Level button
selects the defibrillation energy level.
REC button
prints the measured data.
Rear Panel Components 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Rear Panel Components
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Figure 3. Rear panel components

1 SMPS/battery push button

5

AC power supply (SMPS)

2 DC input connector

6

Speaker

3 AC power inlet

7

Li-ion battery

4 GND terminal

Left Panel Components

Right Panel Components

Left Panel Components Right Panel Components 1 Side Option Case 1 Figure 4. Left panel components

1 Side Option Case

1

Figure 4. Left panel components

1 Side Option Case 1 Figure 4. Left panel components 1 2 1 Wireless(3G, Wi-Fi) module

1

2

1 Wireless(3G, Wi-Fi) module

2 USB/SD Card Slot

Figure 5. Right panel components

Table 3. Panel and Label Symbols Symbols Description Symbols Description AC indicator Dust and water
Table 3. Panel and Label Symbols
Symbols
Description
Symbols
Description
AC indicator
Dust and water resistance
Direct current CE mark Battery charging status Consult Instructions for use indicator Service indicator Separate
Direct current
CE mark
Battery
charging
status
Consult Instructions for use
indicator
Service indicator
Separate Collection
Type BF- Defibrillator Proof
EU representative
Type CF- Defibrillator Proof
Manufacturer
NIBP connector
Date of manufacture
Temperature 1 connector
Reference number
Temperature 2 connector
Serial number
Environmental
shipping/storage
IBP 1 connector
altitude limitations
IBP 2 connector
Environmental shipping/storage
humidity limitations
EtCO 2 connector
Environmental shipping/storage
temperature limitations
SpO 2 conector
Fragile
ECG connector
Keep dry
AC power input rating
This way up
Equipotential terminal
Single patient use only
Class II equipment

Displays

7

8

9

10

1

2

3

4

5

6

Displays 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 Figure 6.

11

12

Displays 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 Figure 6.
Displays 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 Figure 6.
Displays 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 Figure 6.
Displays 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 Figure 6.

13

Figure 6. Displays

1 Shock count number/icon

8

Waveform area

2 Defibrillator message area

9

Waveform

3 Battery status icon

10

Alarm/Informative message area

4 Elapsed time (Power on)

11

Numerical area

5 Wi-Fi/3G icon

12

Date/Time

6 Title of numeric area

13

Soft key menu

7 Title of waveform parameter

Table 4. Display Symbols

Symbols

Description

Symbols

Description

ECG source: Paddle

ECG source: Paddle

 

Temperature unit: CelsiusECG source: Paddle  

ECG source: Lead l

ECG source: Lead l

 

Temperature unit: Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit

ECG source: Lead ll
ECG source: Lead ll
ECG source: Lead ll

ECG source: Lead ll  SpO 2 unit or EtCO 2 unit: %

 

SpO 2 unit or EtCO 2 unit: % 2 unit or EtCO 2 unit: %

ECG source: Lead lll
ECG source: Lead lll
ECG source: Lead lll

ECG source: Lead lll  Respiration Icon

 

Respiration IconECG source: Lead lll  

ECG source: Lead aVL

ECG source: Lead aVL

ECG source: Lead aVL NIBP or IBP or EtCO 2 unit:

NIBP or IBP or EtCO 2 unit:

mmHg

ECG source: Lead aVR

ECG source: Lead aVR

 

NIBP or IBP or EtCO 2 unit:

kPaNIBP or IBP or EtCO 2 unit:

ECG source: Lead aVF

ECG source: Lead aVF

       

Pulse amplitude indicator

ECG source: Lead V
ECG source: Lead V
ECG source: Lead V
ECG source: Lead V

ECG source: Lead V

EtCO 2 respiration: AW 2 respiration: AW

ECG source: Lead V1

ECG source: Lead V1

 

Thoracic impedance respiration: IMECG source: Lead V1  

ECG source: Lead V2NIBP auto mode interval

ECG source: Lead V2
ECG source: Lead V2
ECG source: Lead V2
ECG source: Lead V2
ECG source: Lead V2 NIBP auto mode interval
ECG source: Lead V2 NIBP auto mode interval

NIBP auto mode interval

ECG source: Lead V3
ECG source: Lead V3
ECG source: Lead V3

ECG source: Lead V3NIBP elapsed time

ECG source: Lead V3
ECG source: Lead V3 NIBP elapsed time
ECG source: Lead V3 NIBP elapsed time
ECG source: Lead V3 NIBP elapsed time
ECG source: Lead V3 NIBP elapsed time
NIBP elapsed time

NIBP elapsed time

ECG source: Lead V4
ECG source: Lead V4
ECG source: Lead V4

ECG source: Lead V4HR/PR icon & unit

ECG source: Lead V4
ECG source: Lead V4 HR/PR icon & unit

HR/PR icon & unit

ECG source: Lead V5    Communication source: 3G

ECG source: Lead V5
ECG source: Lead V5
ECG source: Lead V5
ECG source: Lead V5
 
ECG source: Lead V5     Communication source: 3G
ECG source: Lead V5     Communication source: 3G
 

Communication source: 3G

ECG source: Lead V6
ECG source: Lead V6
ECG source: Lead V6

ECG source: Lead V6Communication source: Wi-Fi

ECG source: Lead V6
ECG source: Lead V6 Communication source: Wi-Fi
ECG source: Lead V6 Communication source: Wi-Fi

Communication source: Wi-Fi

ECG source: Pads

ECG source: Pads

 
ECG source: Pads   Shock count number / icon
ECG source: Pads   Shock count number / icon

Shock count number / icon

NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure
NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure
NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure

NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure

NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure Elapsed time (Power on) icon
NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure Elapsed time (Power on) icon
NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure Elapsed time (Power on) icon
NIBP icon : Noninvasive Blood Pressure Elapsed time (Power on) icon

Elapsed time (Power on) icon

SpO 2 waveform icon

SpO 2 waveform icon

 
SpO 2 waveform icon   Neonatal icon

Neonatal icon

Impedance respiration waveform icon
Impedance respiration waveform icon
Impedance respiration waveform icon
Impedance respiration waveform icon

Impedance respiration waveform icon

Impedance respiration waveform icon DC power input icon

DC

power input icon

EtCO 2 icon : End-tidal

   
carbon dioxide concentration
carbon dioxide concentration

carbon dioxide concentrationBattery status icon

carbon dioxide concentration
carbon dioxide concentration Battery status icon

Battery status icon

InCO 2 icon: Inspired carbon dioxide concentration
InCO 2 icon: Inspired carbon dioxide concentration

InCO 2 icon: Inspired carbon dioxide concentrationInCO 2

InCO 2 icon: Inspired carbon dioxide concentration
InCO 2 icon: Inspired carbon dioxide concentration AC power input icon

AC

power input icon

IBP1 waveform icon

IBP1 waveform icon

IBP1 waveform icon Time display

Time display

IBP1 waveform icon
IBP1 waveform icon
IBP1 waveform icon

IBP1 waveform icon

Alarm activeIBP1 waveform icon

IBP2 waveform icon
IBP2 waveform icon

IBP2 waveform icon

 

Audio pauseIBP2 waveform icon  

IBP2 waveform icon
IBP2 waveform icon

IBP2 waveform icon  Audio off or Limit alarm pause

 

Audio off or Limit alarm pauseIBP2 waveform icon  

IBP2 waveform icon
IBP2 waveform icon

IBP2 waveform icon  Pacer pulse detection icon

 

Pacer pulse detection iconIBP2 waveform icon  

IBP2 waveform icon

IBP2 waveform icon

 
IBP2 waveform icon     ECG gain
 

ECG gain

Temperature 1 icon

Temperature 1 icon

 
Temperature 2 icon
Temperature 2 icon

Temperature 2 icon

 

Table 5. Display Colors Factory Defaults

Function

 

Color

 

ECG Waveform

 

Green

 

SpO 2 Waveform

 

Cyan

 

Respiration Waveform

 

Light Blue

 

EtCO 2 Waveform

 

Light Purple

   

ECG

 

Green

 

NIBP

 

White

 

SpO 2

 

Cyan

 

Respiration Rate

 

Light Blue

 

EtCO 2

 

Light Purple

   

Temperature1

 

Pink

 

Temperature2

 

Pink

 

IBP 1

 

Red

 

IBP 2

 

Yellow

 

General background

 

Black

 

Alarm/Informative message

Black background, Green font

   

Defibrillator message

Black background, White font

   

Low priority alarm message

Black background, Yellow font

   

Medium priority alarm message

Black background, Yellow font

   

High priority alarm message

Black background, Red font

   

Battery status icon (normal)

 

White

 

Battery status icon (low battery)

Yellow

or Red

(refer to Table 8)

Note: The display colors can only be changed by authorized personnel via the Service Menu. The detailed information is described in the service manual.

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SETTING UP THE DEFIBRILLATOR/MONITOR

WARNING: To ensure accurate performance and prevent device failure, do not expose the defibrillator/monitor to

WARNING: To ensure accurate performance and prevent device failure, do not expose the defibrillator/monitor to extreme moisture, including direct exposure to rain. Such exposure may cause inaccurate performance or device failure. Refer to Specification section.

 

WARNING: The defibrillator/monitor should not be used adjacent to or stacked with

other equipment. If adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the defibrillator/monitor should be observed to

other equipment. If adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the defibrillator/monitor should be observed to verify normal operation in the configuration it is to be used.

WARNING: Make sure that the defibrillator/monitor speaker is not obstructed. Failure to do so could

WARNING: Make sure that the defibrillator/monitor speaker is not obstructed. Failure to do so could result in an inaudible alarm tone.

CAUTION: Recharging the battery is strongly recommended when the battery has not been recharged for

CAUTION: Recharging the battery is strongly recommended when the battery has not been recharged for 6 or more months.

CAUTION: Follow local government ordinances and recycling instructions regarding disposal or recycling of

CAUTION: Follow local government ordinances and recycling instructions regarding disposal or recycling of defibrillator/monitor components, including batteries.

CAUTION: The use of accessories, cables, transducers and sensors sourced from manufacturers, which DRE has

CAUTION: The use of accessories, cables, transducers and sensors sourced from manufacturers, which DRE has not recommended may cause incorrect analysis.

CAUTION: Electrical installation of the room or the building in which the defibrillator/monitor is to

CAUTION: Electrical installation of the room or the building in which the defibrillator/monitor is to be used must comply with regulations specified by the country in which the equipment is to be used.

Unpacking and Inspection

The defibrillator/monitor is shipped in one carton. Examine the carton carefully for evidence of damage. Contact DRE Technical Support Representative immediately if any damage is discovered. Refer to the Maintenance section for instructions on returning damaged items.

Note: Refer to the Performance Verification section in the service manual for detailed information.

Set the defibrillator/monitor to the user’s intended position where the user can easily recognize the visual and audible monitoring conditions. Normally it is recommended to set at a distance of 1m from the user. Also the viewpoint is at any point within the base of a cone by an angle of 30° to the center of the monitoring display.

List of Components

The following items are standard in the package.

Table 6. Standard Accessories

Items

Qty

VidaStat DM defibrillator/monitor

1

Operator’s manual

1

AC power cord

1

Printer paper

2

Defibrillation pads for adult

1

Defibrillation pads for pediatric

1

Pads extension cable

1

ECG 3 leads cable (SNAP)

1

SpO 2 sensor

1

*Only when SpO 2 option is installed.

SpO 2 extension cable

1

*Only when SpO 2 option is installed.

NIBP cuff for adult

1

*Only when NIBP option is installed.

NIBP cuff for pediatric

1

*Only when NIBP option is installed.

NIBP cuff hose for adult and pediatric

1

*Only when NIBP option is installed.

CAPNOSTAT 5 mainstream CO 2 sensor

1

*Only when CO 2 option is installed.

LoFlo airway adapter w/nafion, pediatric/adult

box/10ea

*Only when CO 2 option is installed.

Single patient use adult airway adapter

box/1ea

*Only when CO 2 option is installed.

Single patient use neonatal airway adapter

box/1ea

*Only when CO 2 option is installed.

Cable holding clips

box/5ea

*Only when CO 2 option is installed.

SMPS

1

Li-ion battery

1

Optional items may be ordered if needed. Contact your local supplier for pricing and ordering information.

Table 7. Optional Accessories

Items

Qty

External paddle for pediatric

-

Paddle plate for adult

-

Defibrillation / external pacing pads for adult

-

Defibrillation / external pacing pads for pediatric

-

NIBP cuff for neonate

-

NIBP cuff hose for neonate

-

ECG 3 leads cable (GRAB)

-

ECG 5 leads cable (SNAP)

-

ECG 5 leads cable (GRAB)

-

ECG 12 leads cable (SNAP)

-

ECG 12 leads cable (GRAB)

-

SpO 2 disposable sensor

-

LoFlo CO 2 cannula-adult

box/10ea

LoFlo CO 2 nasal cannula-pediatric

box/10ea

LoFlo CO 2 nasal cannula-infant

box/10ea

LoFlo CO 2 nasal cannula w/O 2 -adult

box/10ea

LoFlo CO 2 nasal cannula w/O 2 -pediatric

box/10ea

LoFlo CO 2 nasal cannula w/O 2 -infant

box/10ea

LoFlo CO 2 oral/nasal cannula-adult

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