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Tutorial For Installing The Instrument - Philips M3001A Service Manual

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Tutorial for Installing the Instrument

Tutorial for Installing the Instrument
Question 1: For patient safety, where and how should monitoring equipment be mounted?
Question 2: When organising power supply for monitoring equipment, which of the
following does not contribute to patient safety?
Question 3: How can you eliminate potential differences between different pieces of
equipment, for internal examinations on the heart or on the brain?
a. Do not mount any portion of monitoring equipment over a patient's bed.
b. Lead expansion bolts are neither adequate nor safe to use when mounting
equipment on plaster board walls.
c. It is important not to remove the channel safety stop on the GCX Wall Channel
while the mount is supporting monitoring equipment.
d. All of the above examples are correct.
a. Do not touch the patient when connecting or disconnecting a cable to a Video Out
b. It is important to read and become familiar with the "Monitor and Measurement
Server Specifications" chapter in the Instructions for Use.
c. When connected to an AC power supply (either mains or vehicle), the cabinet of
the monitor must be grounded.
d. If other patient-connected equipment is used simultaneous to the Monitor, the
summation of leakage currents can be hazardous to the patient or to hospital
e. All of the above examples are correct.
a. Do not mount monitoring equipment over the patient's bed.
b. Connect the Monitor by a separate connection to the equipotential grounding
system of the medically-used room.
c. The Instrument must be kept clear of condensation.
d. There is nothing in particular that needs to be done.
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