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Tutorial for Maintaining the Instrument

Question 1: What is battery conditioning and how often must it be performed?
Question 2: According to this chapter, which of the following statements are part of
inspecting the Instrument?
Question 3: Which of the following cleaners are acceptable for cleaning the Instrument?
Maintaining the Instrument
a. Conditioning a battery refers to the complete discharge of a charged battery by
allowing it to die out while in non-critical use. The empty battery may then be
recharged and put back into use. The battery used in the Instrument cannot be
conditioned. Discard it after use.
b. Conditioning a battery refers to the complete discharge of a charged battery by
allowing it to die out while in non-critical use. The empty battery may then be
recharged and put back into use. The rechargeable battery used in the Instrument
must be conditioned every 10 cycles to prepare it for further charge/discharge
cycles.
c. A rechargeable battery must be conditioned at regular intervals to prepare it for
further charge/discharge cycles. Conditioning a battery refers to the complete
discharge of a charged battery by allowing it to die out while in non-critical use.
The empty battery may then be recharged and put back into use. The rechargeable
battery used in the Instrument must be conditioned every 50 cycles to prepare it
for further charge/discharge cycles.
a. Replaceable parts should be monitored for duration of continuous use. After
approximately 15,000 hours of continuous use, the parts should be replaced.
b. All cables and cords should be inspected for damage and wear on a daily basis.
c. All Instrument labeling should be present and legible.
d. All of the above statements are correct according to this chapter.
a. Dilute ammonia, dilute sodium hypochlorite, dilute formaldehyde (35-37%),
hydrogen peroxide (3%), ethyl alcohol, and isopropyl alcohol
b. Steel wool.
c. Povodine, Sagrotan, and Mucocit cleaning agents and acetone.
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