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Testing The Instrument; Objectives; Concepts - Philips M3001A Service Manual

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Testing the Instrument

Objectives

In order to meet this chapter's objectives, you should be able to test the Monitor, the
Measurement Server and, where present, the Measurement Server Extension through the
following types of tests:
• Performance Assurance Checks and Tests.
• Accuracy, Calibration and Performance Procedures.
• Patient Safety Checks.
This chapter provides a checklist of testing procedures for the Measurement Server, the
Measurement Server Extensions and the Monitor.
For inspection procedures; preventive maintenance procedures; cleaning procedures; and
battery handling, maintenance, and good practices used to maintain the Instrument in good
working order, see "Maintaining the Instrument".

Concepts

Functionality
Assurance
Preventive
Maintenance
Performance
& Safety Tests
Testing the Instrument
This refers to the combined Performance Assurance Test and Functionality
Testing Procedures to be found in this chapter. These tests verify correct
Instrument function in general terms.
Preventive Maintenance refers specifically to the service calibration tests
required to make sure the Instrument measurement results are accurate.
When authorized Philips personnel service the Instrument, they report these
results back to Philips. The collected data forms a database to be used in
product development. These specific tests are required for the NBP
parameter and for the sidestream CO
however, for hospital personnel to report results.
This concept refers to all the remaining accuracy and performance tests
available on the Instrument including safety tests and checks for the
Instrument.
parameter. It is not necessary,
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