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Dräger Infinity Delta Instructions For Use Manual

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Table of Contents

Instructions for Use

Infinity Delta Series
WARNING
To properly use this medical device, the
user must obtain a full understanding of
the performance characteristics of this
medical device prior to use by carefully
reading these Instructions for Use.
Infinity Patient Monitoring Series
Software VF8

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  • Page 1: Instructions For Use

    Instructions for Use Infinity Delta Series Infinity Patient Monitoring Series WARNING Software VF8 To properly use this medical device, the user must obtain a full understanding of the performance characteristics of this medical device prior to use by carefully reading these Instructions for Use.
  • Page 2 Draeger Medical Systems, Inc. Covidien 3135 Quarry Road 15 Hampshire St. Telford, PA 18969-1042 Mansfield, MA 02048 Infinity Delta Series Instructions for Use Authorized EC representative: Software VF8 Covidien Ireland Limited ©Draeger Medical Systems, Inc.2010. IDA Business & technology Park All rights reserved.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Overview Intended Use ........................4 Indications for Use ......................4 Intended Patient Categories ....................5 Documentation Features....................5 Warnings, Cautions, Notes ..................5 Cross-references......................5 Quick Reference Tables ....................5 Footer ..........................5 Applicability ........................6 Safety Considerations......................6 Site of Operation ......................7 Inspection and Maintenance ..................8 Defibrillator Precautions ..................10 Pacemakers ......................11 Peripheral Devices ....................11 Electrosurgery ......................11...
  • Page 4: Intended Use

    ERIES UIDE Intended Use The Infinity Delta Series (Delta/Delta XL/Kappa) Monitors are intended for multi- parameter patient monitoring. The devices will produce visual and audible alarms if any of the physiological parameters monitored vary beyond preset limits and timed or alarm recordings will be produced.
  • Page 5: Intended Patient Categories

    Intended Patient Categories The Infinity Delta Series (Delta/Delta XL/Kappa) monitors are intended to be used on adult, pediatric, and neonatal populations, with the exception of the parameter Cardiac Output, ST Segment Analysis, and arrhythmia which are intended for use in the adult and pediatric populations only;...
  • Page 6: Footer

    Model-specific information is documented as required. NOTE: Software funtionality is identical between the following products: Infinity Delta = Siemens SC 7000 Infinity Delta XL = Siemens SC 9000XL Infinity Kappa = Siemens SC 8000 with the following exceptions as noted: Alarm bar (see pages 1-5, 2-16, and 3-17).
  • Page 7: Site Of Operation

    ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Site of Operation Only use these devices in areas that meet the environmental requirements outlined in the technical data section. WA R N I N G : D o n o t o p e r a t e t h e d e v i c e i n a r e a s s u c h a s : m a g n e t i c r e s o n a n c e i m a g i n g ( M R I ) e nv i r o n m e n ts , a i r c r a ft , a mb u l a n c e , h o m e o r h y p e rb a ri c c h a mb e r s .
  • Page 8: Inspection And Maintenance

    ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE CAUTION: To avoid short-circuiting and otherwise damaging the device, do not allow fluids to come in contact with the device. If fluids are accidentally spilled on the equipment, remove the affected unit from service as soon as possible and contact the technical personnel to verify that patient safety is not compromised.
  • Page 9 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE WA R N I N G : R e pa i r o f t h e d e v i c e m a y o n l y b e c a r ri e d o u t b y t r a i n e d s e r v i c e p e r s o n n e l o t h e r w i s e t h e c o r r e c t f u n c t i o n i n g o f t h e d e v i c e m a y b e c o m p r o m i s e d .
  • Page 10 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Dräger recommends that: Maintenance, modifications, and repairs are carried out by trained personnel. Components are replaced with Dräger provided spare parts, otherwise the correct functioning of the device may be compromised. Devices are used in accordance with Dräger Instructions for Use. General Electrical Safety WA R N I N G : To p r o t e c t t h e pa t i e n t f r o m p o s s i b l e i n j u r y d ue t o...
  • Page 11: Defibrillator Precautions

    ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Defibrillator Precautions The monitor and peripheral devices are protected against high-frequency interference from defibrillators and electrosurgical units and against 50- and 60-Hz power line interference. Following defibrillation, the monitor begins displaying waveform data again within 10 seconds if the correct electrodes are used and those electrodes are applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 12 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE WA R N I N G : T he N e o M e d a n d M u l t i M e d 1 2 p o d s a r e n o t i n t e n d e d f o r u s e d u r i n g e l e c t r o s ur g e r y.
  • Page 13: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Electromagnetic Compatibility The monitor has been designed and tested for compliance with current regulatory standards (IEC 60601-1-2 and CISPR 11 Class B) regarding its capacity to reduce electromagnetic emissions (EMI) and to block EMI from external sources. Dräger recommends these procedures to reduce electromagnetic interference: Use only Dräger provided accessories, otherwise the correct functioning of the device may be compromised (see appendix C).
  • Page 14 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Table of Contents Overview Intended Use ........................4 Indications for Use ......................4 Intended Patient Categories ................... 5 Documentation Features ....................5 Safety Considerations ..................... 6 Electromagnetic Compatibility ..................13 Table of Contents ......................14 Introduction Overview ........................1-2 Power Sources (Delta/Delta XL) ................1-13...
  • Page 15 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Admitting a Patient .......................4-2 Transferring Patient Data .....................4-3 Discharging a Patient ....................4-7 Alarms Overview.........................5-2 Alarm Priorities......................5-3 Alarm Latching ......................5-5 Alarm Management .......................5-5 Alarm Setup (Alarm Limits Table)................5-6 Alarm History Table.....................5-14 OR Alarms ........................5-15 Trends Overview ........................6-2 Trend Setup ........................6-2 Trend Graphs ........................6-3 Trend Table ........................6-6...
  • Page 16 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE About the Arrhythmia Template ..................9-3 Arrhythmia Setup ......................9-5 Status Messages ......................9-9 ST Monitoring Overview ........................10-2 MultiMed Pods for ST Analysis .................10-3 ST Display ........................10-4 ST Analysis Setup ......................10-4 ST Alarms Table .......................10-10 Status Messages .....................10-11 EEG Monitoring Overview ........................11-2 Precautions .........................11-2...
  • Page 17 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Pulmonary Wedge Pressure Display ..............14-18 Status Messages ......................14-20 Cardiac Output (C.O.) Overview ........................15-2 Accuracy ........................15-3 Main Screen Display ....................15-4 C.O. Setup - Hardware ....................15-5 C.O. Measurement Procedures ................15-10 Averaging C.O. Measurements ................15-12 Status Messages ......................15-14 Calculations Overview ........................16-2 Physiological Calculations (Hemo/Oxy/Vent Calculations) ........16-3...
  • Page 18 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Sampling Methods ......................19-6 Display Features ......................19-9 etCO2 Setup ......................19-11 Cleaning, Calibration and Verification ..............19-14 Status Messages ......................19-16 Microstream® etCO2 Monitoring Overview ........................20-2 Precautions .........................20-2 Connection ........................20-3 etCO2 Display Features .....................20-4 etCO2 Setup ........................20-6 Calibration ........................20-7 Status Messages ......................20-8 Respiratory Mechanics Overview ........................21-2...
  • Page 19 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Neuromuscular Transmission (NMT) monitoring Overview ........................24-2 Precautions .........................24-3 Connections ........................24-4 Monitoring Modes .......................24-5 Taking NMT Measurements ..................24-6 Status Messages ......................24-9 Bispectral Index (BISx) monitoring Overview ........................25-2 Precautions .........................25-2 Patient Preparation .....................25-3 Display Features ......................25-3 BIS Setup ........................25-5 Checking the Impedance ...................25-8 Status Messages ......................25-9 Pulse Contour Cardiac Output (PiCCO) monitoring...
  • Page 20 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE SvO2/CCO Monitors ....................28-17 Radiometer MicroGas 7650 Monitor ..............28-19 Aspect A-2000 BIS“ Monitor ..................28-19 Independent Surgical Display (ISD) ................28-20 MIB Status Messages ....................28-23 Dräger Infant Incubator C2000/C2000e ..............28-24 Dräger Infant Incubator Caleo .................28-27 Dräger Babytherm Infant Warmer ................28-30 Somanetics INVOS Cerebral/Somatic Oximeter 5100C ........28-33 Cleaning and Disinfecting Overview ........................29-2...
  • Page 21 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE Pulse Contour Cardiac Output (PiCCO) ..............C-19 Invasive Blood Pressure (IBP) .................. C-20 Cardiac Output ......................C-23 Transcutaneous Blood Gas..................C-24 End-Tidal CO2 (etCO2)....................C-24 etCO2/Respiratory Mechanics................... C-26 FiO2..........................C-26 MultiGas Monitoring....................C-27 NMT Monitoring ......................C-28 BISx Monitoring ......................
  • Page 22 ’ NFINITY ELTA ERIES UIDE This page intentionally left blank XL/K ELTA ELTA APPA...
  • Page 23: Introduction

    1 Introduction Overview.........................1-2 Overview (Delta/Delta XL)..................1-2 Overview (Kappa) ....................1-3 System Components .....................1-4 Base Unit........................1-5 Kappa Video Display.....................1-10 Device Markings ....................1-11 Auxiliary Display and Other Components ............1-12 Power Sources (Delta/Delta XL) .................1-13 Infinity Docking Station (IDS)................1-14 Battery Power ......................1-14 Power Sources (Kappa) ....................1-17 Getting Started......................1-19 Accessing the Main Screen..................1-19 Using the Rotary Knob ..................1-20...
  • Page 24: Overview

    NTRODUCTION Overview The patient monitor is intended for adult, pediatric, and neonatal monitoring. It can be used as a standalone device or can be connected to the Infinity network. Monitor use is restricted to one patient at a time. The following optional software features are available: ACE full arrhythmia (Arrhythmia II) Hemodynamic &...
  • Page 25: Overview (kappa)

    VERVIEW Overview (Kappa) The basic Kappa monitoring system consists of two components: a processing CPU base unit and a display unit. These Instructions for Use use the word “Kappa” monitor to refer to the CPU base unit, unless otherwise specified. The Kappa is designed to operate with a separate large screen display.
  • Page 26: System Components

    NTRODUCTION System Components NOTE: For a complete list of accessories available with this product, see Appendix C. The monitor configuration may vary. Refer to your hospital’s technical personnel for more information. The parts below include standard and optional components. The Delta or Delta XL requires: Monitor Power supply Country specific power cord and monitor...
  • Page 27: Base Unit

    VERVIEW Delta, Delta XL and Kappa: Delta/Delta XL MIB II 1 to 4 option for IDS/ Kappa - advance communication 6 to 8 channel option 3-Lead ST analysis option Wireless networking option ARIES option Physio calculations option ACE full arrhythmia option ARIES/Physio Calcs/ACE arrhythmia option package OR mode option (loaded in the monitor) Base Unit...
  • Page 28 NTRODUCTION Monitor Front View – Delta XL Fixed keys Main menu fixed key Main screen fixed key Battery charge indicator Power switch Monitor Front View – Kappa Fixed keys HemoMed connector Rotary knob Connectors for Aux/Hemo or PodCom Analog (balloon pump)/sync MultiMed connector (QRS sync defib) connector NBP hose connector...
  • Page 29 VERVIEW Monitor Rear View – Delta External (lead-acid) battery compartment Connector for docking station/ interface plate Connector for AC adaptor Slot for etCO module Monitor Rear View – Delta XL External (lead-acid) battery compartment Connector for docking station/ interface plate Connector for AC adapter Slot for etCO module...
  • Page 30 NTRODUCTION Monitor Rear View – Kappa Analog out / Sync (balloon pump/ QRS Sync (for example, for defibrillator defibrillator) (X10) connection) Alarm output (nurse call) , export PCMCIA slot (“Memory card”) protocol (X5) Recorder output (X13) Infinity network connector (X14) Video out (VGA) (X16) Potential equalization RS232 connector, Scio module, Smart...
  • Page 31 VERVIEW Monitor Left Side – Delta XL HemoMed connector Connectors for Aux/Hemo or PodCom MultiMed connector NBP connector Monitor Left Side – Kappa Advanced Communications Options CANBUS connector for old Scio module (PN 68 71 255) MIB connectors Scio/Independent Surgical Display (ISD) connector XL/K ELTA...
  • Page 32 NTRODUCTION Monitor Right Side – Delta/Delta XL PCMCIA slot: memory card Infinity network connector QRS sync RS232 connector, Scio module, Smart Pod, remote keypad, Vital Connect Cable (VCC), Alarm output (nurse call) – (X8) Analog out (X10) NOTE: Alarm output (nurse call) requires the alarm output cable with partnumber 4314626.
  • Page 33: Kappa Video Display

    VERVIEW Kappa Video Display The Kappa complies with the requirements of IEC 60601-1 when used with Dräger approved medical grade displays, available in multiple screen sizes (see page B-18.) CAUTION: The remote display output on the IDS is not galvanically isolated. If you use a video monitor other than one specified by Dräger, it must comply with IEC 60601-1 and be suitable for use in the presence of flammable anesthetic mixtures and/or flammable liquids (see “Safety Considerations”...
  • Page 34: Device Markings

    NTRODUCTION Device Markings The following table describes symbols that appear on the monitor and its accessories that were not described on pages 1-5 through 1-10: Monitor on/off Remote keypad in Battery-operated RS 232 equipment Attention! Consult the Analog out accompanying document Defibrillator-proof equipment, Analog out Type CF...
  • Page 35: Auxiliary Display And Other Components

    VERVIEW China RoHS marking Video display output Contains lead - Recycle properly Auxiliary Display and Other Components The following devices enable remote viewing of patient data. Remote Display – Allows you to view but not control monitor functions away from the bedside. Dräger strongly recommends that you use only approved video monitors, otherwise the function of the monitor may be compromised.
  • Page 36: Power Sources (delta/delta Xl)

    NTRODUCTION MIB protocol converters – The monitor can display numeric, waveform, and trended data generated by external monitoring devices. Dräger provides protocol converters that translate the output from external devices into the Medical Information Bus (MIB) protocol, using the appropriate 1073 standards (IEEE 1073.3.2 or 1073.3.1 and 1073.4.1).
  • Page 37: Infinity Docking Station (ids)

    OWER OURCES ELTA ELTA Infinity Docking Station (IDS) The Infinity Docking Station (IDS) helps facilitate patient transport, allowing you to remove the monitor from the bedside and dock it at another station while maintaining patient and monitor connections. This feature, called Pick and Go, is explained in further detail on page 3-5.
  • Page 38 NTRODUCTION WA R N I N G : Wo r n o u t o r d e f e c t i v e b a t t e r i e s c a n s i g n i f i c a n t l y r e d u c e t h e s e t i m e s .
  • Page 39 OWER OURCES ELTA ELTA Battery Charge Display Display Charge Left Action The monitor sounds single attention tone. Internal battery is very low Immediately connect monitor to AC (<25%). adapter, or Infinity Docking Station. Replace external battery. Internal battery is depleted; <5 Immediately connect monitor to AC minutes of power remaining.
  • Page 40: Power Sources (kappa)

    NTRODUCTION Charging the Batteries Before using the Delta/Delta XL monitor for the first time, charge the internal battery for a maximum of 6.5 hours and the external battery for 3.5 hours. NOTE: For the SC 7000/9000XL internal lead-acid battery, charge for a maximum of 4.5 hours the first time.
  • Page 41 OWER OURCES APPA When the monitor is operating solely on battery power, a message along the top of the screen tells you if the battery charge is low, and a bar graph indicates how much power is left (see the table below.) The battery is automatically recharged whenever you plug the monitor into an AC outlet.
  • Page 42: Getting Started

    NTRODUCTION Getting Started To turn the monitor on Press the power key ( O ), located on the bottom left of the Delta or Delta XL monitor's front panel and on the top left of the Kappa monitor’s front panel. The monitor turns on the power indicator light, lights the alarm bar, emits a power-on tone, lights up the screen, performs a self-test, and displays the main screen.
  • Page 43: Using The Rotary Knob

    ETTING TARTED Parameter boxes show values, alarm limits, and special icons for selected parameters. Parameters and their associated waveforms are color-coded for easy recognition. NOTE: You can access parameter setup menus by scrolling through the parameter boxes using the rotary knob and selecting the parameter you wish to configure. See “Quick Reference –...
  • Page 44: Menu Access

    NTRODUCTION Remote Keypad NOTE: The remote keypad's C.O. key is not available with the PiCCO pod. The remote keypad has all of the fixed keys that are on the monitor and additional keys that perform the following: — Displays trend graphs Trends —...
  • Page 45: Fast Access Menu

    CCESS Fast Access Menu The Fast Access menu accesses the following submenus and screens directly: Fast Access Item See page Fast Access Item See page Remote View 3-13 Calculations 16-1 OxyCRG (Neonatal only) 12-9 Show All Leads 8-18 Alarm History 5-14 Lab Data 16-8...
  • Page 46: Fixed Keys

    NTRODUCTION Fixed Keys Fixed keys on the monitor front panel allow you to perform commonly executed functions. Fixed Key Description Fixed Key Description Alarm Silences the active alarm tone Record Starts/stops a timed Silence for one minute recording. Alarm Limits Opens a table from which you Print Prints the currently displayed...
  • Page 47: Data Archive Applications

    RCHIVE PPLICATIONS Data Archive Applications The monitor stores events, alarms and trends automatically or at the user’s request, depending on the type of information. Some events are automatically recorded and stored. Others can be stored manually by pressing the fixed key. The monitor Mark automatically stores alarm conditions and arrhythmia events that you have configured for storage in the Alarm Limits table (see page 5-6) and in the Arrhythmia setup table...
  • Page 48: Storing Events

    NTRODUCTION Storing Events Automatic Storage The monitor stores events automatically, if you have first correctly configured the Alarm Limits and Arrhythmia Setup tables. You can enable individual parameter alarms in the column of the Alarm Alarms Limits and/or the ARR Setup screens. Configure event storage in the column Archive by selecting...
  • Page 49: Event Recall

    RCHIVE PPLICATIONS Event Recall The monitor stores monitoring data (waveforms and parameter values), alarm conditions, and arrhythmia events on the Event Recall screen. You can view up to 50 stored events, each containing 20 seconds of data, with associated date and time stamps.
  • Page 50: Help Functions

    NTRODUCTION Navigating the Event Recall Screen To scroll forward and back through 20 seconds of waveform data, click on arrows at either side of scroll bar at the bottom of the screen. To scroll through the list of parameter values at the time of data capture, click on the arrow keys above the list of parameters at the right of the screen: To scroll through the waveforms displayed at the time of data capture, click on the Prev (Previous) and Next control buttons under waveform display.
  • Page 51 2 Monitor Setup Overview.........................2-2 Configuring the Monitor....................2-2 Main Menu Setup.....................2-2 Quick Reference – Main Menu Setup ..............2-3 Setups Management......................2-9 Specialty Menus......................2-12 OR Mode ........................2-12 Unit Manager ......................2-14 Biomed ........................2-20 Parameter Colors ....................2-22 Software Upgrades ......................2-24...
  • Page 52: Monitor Setup

    ONITOR ETUP Overview This chapter describes how to configure the monitor and offers tips on software upgrades. If the monitor is connected to a network, you can save defined setups and restore them for display. Configuring the Monitor Main Menu Setup The Main menu allows you to access submenus, display screens, and execute certain monitor setup functions.
  • Page 53: Quick Reference - Main Menu Setup

    ONFIGURING THE ONITOR Quick Reference – Main Menu Setup The Main Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Cursor Tool Provides access to the Cursor Tool • Setup submenu (see below), which allows you • Horizontal Cursor to select three waveforms displayed with •...
  • Page 54 ONITOR ETUP The Main Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Vertical Displays a vertical cursor. You can scroll Not applicable Cursor forward and backward across all waveforms. NOTES: • The cursor has no value. • The cursor remains displayed until the window closes.
  • Page 55 ONFIGURING THE ONITOR The Main Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Parameters Accesses the parameters’ setup menus. • Click on one of the listed parameters to access its setup menu: (for example, ECG, ARR, ST, ART, PA CVP, RA, SPO2, NBP, RESP, etCO2, C.O.
  • Page 56 ONITOR ETUP The Main Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Max. Determines the number of waveform • Click on 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 Channels channels and parameters displayed. NOTE: The number of waveforms depends on the software option you have installed (see page 1-20 for a list of options).
  • Page 57 ONFIGURING THE ONITOR The Main Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings MultiGas Displays a combined O /Agent/N To display the MultiGas parameter Parameter parameter box. box: NOTE: You can also display or cancel the • Click on MultiGas Parameter. MultiGas Parameter box from the O •...
  • Page 58 ONITOR ETUP The Main Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Monitor Options submenu Date & Time Sets the date and time displayed in the To set the monitor date and time: lower right potion of the main screen 1) Click on Date & Time. NOTES: 2) Click on Current Date.
  • Page 59: Setups Management

    ETUPS ANAGEMENT Setups Management You can save and restore the current patient and monitoring settings. When you discharge a patient, the monitor automatically saves the default settings, while both default and user-defined settings are saved on the local IDS. Setups Management Menu function/item Description Reference/Procedures Configuring Setups...
  • Page 60 ONITOR ETUP Setups Management Menu function/item Description Reference/Procedures Saving Setups Follow these procedures to save setups you have configured and named. Save Setup NOTES: 1) Open the Unit Manager menu (see page 2-9). • A Save Setup function is also available on the 2) Click on Save/Restore.
  • Page 61 ETUPS ANAGEMENT Setups Management Menu function/item Description Reference/Procedures Restoring Factory Defaults Consult your hospital’s technical personnel to restore settings shipped with the monitor to their original configuration. For detailed information on password-protected Biomed setup functions, please consult Service and installation documentation. Managing Setups during Pick And Go (Delta &...
  • Page 62: Specialty Menus

    ONITOR ETUP Setups Management Menu function/item Description Reference/Procedures Managing New Setup pop-up menu during Pick And Go (Delta & Delta XL only) Follow these procedures to specify if the monitor should download default configurations from the local Docking Station during P operations.
  • Page 63 PECIALTY ENUS Quick Reference Table – OR Menu OR Function Description Settings The OR menu Activates the OR menu functions. • ON – OR functions are enabled. • OFF – The monitor reverts to normal functions; The settings Cardiac NOTE: This function is a locked Bypass and NBP Chime are option.
  • Page 64: Unit Manager

    ONITOR ETUP OR Function Description Settings Pulse Tone Sets the pulse tone volume • 10 % - 100 % Volume (see page 2-8). Unit Manager The Unit Manager menu lets supervisory personnel configure monitoring functions for the clinical staff. Access to this menu is restricted by a password. To open the Unit Manager menu: 1.
  • Page 65 PECIALTY ENUS The Unit Manager Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Extend All Alarms Determines whether clinical personnel can • Enabled use the All Alarms Off fixed key to extend • Disabled (default) the All Alarms Off time. NOTE: This item only appears if your monitor is configured for this feature (contact your hospital’s technical personnel for more information).
  • Page 66 ONITOR ETUP The Unit Manager Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings NBP/SpO2 Allows user to render SpO alarm inactive • ON – The SpO alarm function Interlock when NBP measurement is in progress. is inactive during an NBP measurement. WA R N I N G : Vis ually che ck tha t •...
  • Page 67 PECIALTY ENUS The Unit Manager Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Audio Alarm Allows you to set a reminder when the • ON (default) – When the Alarm Reminder Alarm Volume feature is set to OFF. Volume feature is set to OFF, a reminder tone sounds every 30 seconds at 50 % volume.
  • Page 68 ONITOR ETUP The Unit Manager Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings All Alarms OFF When the Code fixed key is pressed, the • Enabled following happens if the All Alarms OFF • Disabled (default) setting set to Enabled: • All alarms (audible and visual) are disabled immediately and an All Alarms OFF banner is displayed in the top center of the monitor.
  • Page 69 PECIALTY ENUS The Unit Manager Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings The Menu Setup submenu Menu Setup Determines amount of time menus and 1) Click on Menu Setup. screens remain displayed 2) Click on Menu Time Limit. 3) Click on one of the following: NOTE: This setting determines menu •...
  • Page 70 ONITOR ETUP The Unit Manager Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings Correction Adjusts the tpCO values to more closely Severing (default) – The • monitor applies the Factors align them with arterial CO values by Severinghaus/metabolic compensating for certain metabolic correction factors to tpCO factors.
  • Page 71: Biomed

    PECIALTY ENUS The Unit Manager Menu Menu Item Description Available Settings The Drug List Setup submenu This menu allows the unit manager to store up to 44 types of drugs and their dosages for use during drug calculations. Open the Unit Manager menu (page 2-14), click on Drug Setup, then follow the procedures outlined on page 16-16.
  • Page 72 ONITOR ETUP Biomed functions are described in the following table: Quick Reference – Biomed Menu Menu Item Description Settings/Procedures Logs Submenu This menu displays clinical and technical diagnostic records. Open the Biomed menu (page 2-21) and click on Logs, then follow the procedures described in this table. Component Log The monitor maintains read-only 1) Scroll to the component you...
  • Page 73: Parameter Colors

    PECIALTY ENUS Parameter Colors The Parameter Colors menu allows the user to assign a color to an individual parameter/waveform. To open the Parameter Colors menu: 1. Press the fixed key to open the Main menu. Menu 2. Click on Monitor Setup 3.
  • Page 74 ONITOR ETUP Parameter Default Color Yellow ICP and/or ICP2 and/or ICP3 and/or ICP4 Lt.Blue Orange GP1 and/or GP2 P1a and/or P1b and/or P1c and/or P1d P2a and/or P2b and/or P2c and/or P2d P3a and/or P3b and/or P3c and/or P3d CO (inc. BT, Inj. T) White TEMP and/or TEMP2 and/or TEMP3 White...
  • Page 75: Software Upgrades

    OFTWARE PGRADES Parameter Default Color Blue LrSO2 and/or RrSO2 and/or S1rSO2 and/or S2rSO2and/or BL White NOTE: In the Show All Parameters menu only, the BL parameter is always purple. Software Upgrades When upgrading the monitor from VF8.0 to VF8.2, the following settings must be reconfigured and saved on each monitor: —...
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  • Page 77 3 Network Applications Overview.........................3-2 Connecting to the Network ...................3-3 Connecting the Delta/Delta XL to the Network .............3-3 Disconnecting the Delta/Delta XL from the Network ...........3-4 Connecting/disconnecting the Kappa to/from the Network........3-4 Network Message (Delta/Delta XL/Kappa) ............3-4 Pick and Go Transport (Delta/Delta XL only) ..............3-5 Infinity Explorer Support....................3-6 Wireless Network......................3-6 Wireless Network Safety Considerations .............3-7...
  • Page 78: Network Applications

    ETWORK PPLICATIONS Overview By connecting your bedside monitor to a network, you can access a patient’s information from any other monitor that is connected to the network or from a central station. Each of these devices can present Main Screen information for remote viewing.
  • Page 79: Connecting To The Network

    ONNECTING TO THE ETWORK Connecting to the Network Connecting the monitor to the network via the Infinity Docking Station (IDS) gives you access to the following: Power Infinity network Bedside recorder Nurse call alarm Remote keypad Memory for storing monitor setup defaults Scio MultiGas modules for anesthetic and respiratory monitoring MIB device interfaces The DirectNet feature allows you to connect your monitor directly to the Infinity...
  • Page 80: Disconnecting The Delta/delta Xl From The Network

    ETWORK PPLICATIONS Disconnecting the Delta/Delta XL from the Network Disconnecting the monitor from the network 1. Hold the monitor firmly by its handle. Slide the lever to the left to disengage the power supply. The monitor automatically switches to battery power. 2.
  • Page 81: Pick And Go Transport (delta/delta Xl Only)

    ICK AND RANSPORT ELTA ELTA ONLY Transport Delta/Delta XL ICK AND only) The Pick and Go patient transport system allows the monitor to travel with the patient to different care stations within the hospital. By uploading setups from the IDS at the new care station, the monitor adapts to its new clinical “home”...
  • Page 82: Infinity Explorer Support

    ETWORK PPLICATIONS Infinity Explorer Support When the Delta/Delta XL/Kappa is connected over the network to Infinity Explorer, all parameters and their alarm status pass to Infinity Explorer. Menu items for these parameters can be controlled from either the monitor or the Infinity Explorer. Contact your local sales representative for details on hardware configuration available for Infinity Explorer.
  • Page 83: Wireless Network Safety Considerations

    IRELESS ETWORK Wireless Network Safety Considerations When operating the monitor in a wireless network, observe the following: While the monitor is transmitting or receiving signals, do not hold the transmitting/receiving unit close to exposed body parts, especially the face or eyes.
  • Page 84 ETWORK PPLICATIONS Installing the Wireless Card (Delta/Delta XL) NOTE: The wireless card and adapter are slotted and can only be inserted in one orientation. Do not force the card into the adapter, there are pins in the adapter that can bend or break.
  • Page 85 IRELESS ETWORK Installing the Wireless Card (Kappa) 1. Turn the monitor off. NOTE: The wireless card and adapter are slotted and can only be inserted in one orientation. Do not force the card into the adapter, there are pins in the adapter that can bend or break.
  • Page 86: Wireless Mode

    ETWORK PPLICATIONS Wireless Mode NOTE: Wireless networking is a locked option. Contact your hospital’s technical personnel for more information. Accessing wireless settings 1. Press the fixed key. Menu 2. Click on Admit/Discharge 3. Click on Wireless 4. Click on to select from a list of available care units. Care Unit 5.
  • Page 87 IRELESS ETWORK MVWS Bedside Bedside Monitor Monitor Wireless Monitor MVWS = Infinity CentralStation IDS = Infinity Docking Station AP = Access Point If a wireless monitor loses contact with all access points and wireless transmission is interrupted (for example, you remove the wireless card or the monitor is out of range), the network generates an offline message and the monitor operates as a standalone device.
  • Page 88: Network Transfer

    ETWORK PPLICATIONS Wireless During DirectNet™ mode To change the monitor to wireless mode, consult your hospital’s technical personnel or the Service and installation documentation. Wireless Messages In wireless mode, the messages in the following table may appear: Message Condition Display Area Offline •...
  • Page 89: Remote View

    EMOTE Software Licenses Optional software functions must be “unlocked” (activated) with the proper license before you can use them. Your hospital’s technical personnel can transfer licenses and optional software from the monitor to the network and vice-versa. Refer to your Service and installation manual for more information on transferring Dräger product licenses.
  • Page 90 ETWORK PPLICATIONS Quick Reference – Remote View Setup Menu Item Description Settings Select Displays up to two waveforms and 1) Press the Fast Access fixed key. Remote Bed parameter boxes of a remote bed. 2) Click on Remote View. If the remote bed is not in alarm, 3) Select Remote Bed to display a list of the top two waveforms are all beds in the monitoring unit.
  • Page 91 EMOTE Remote View Screen The Remote View menu bar divides the screen horizontally, separating the remote display from the main screen. Follow the procedures outlined on page 3-13 ( Select ) to display the Remote View screen. Remote Bed John Doe Accesses the Remote View menu Screen label (display only) Local bed display...
  • Page 92: Privacy

    ETWORK PPLICATIONS NOTE: Recordings print on the recorder assigned to the local monitor and use that monitor's settings for recording delay, duration, and speed. The remote patient’s name and bed label are printed on the recording strip. (For more on timed and continuous recordings, see Chapter 7, Recordings).
  • Page 93 RIVACY Steps: Activating Privacy mode 1. Press the fixed key. Menu 2. Click on Privacy 3. Press the Main Screen fixed key to return to the main screen. WA R N I N G : W h e n a b e d s i d e m o n i t o r i s i n p r i v a c y m o d e , a u d i b l e a l a rm s o n l y s o u n d a t t he I n f i n i t y C e n t r a l Sta t i o n ( t h e b e d s i d e m o n i t o r d oe s n ot p r o v i d e a u d i b l e a l a r m s o r a c t