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BLOOD MONITORING UNIT BMU 40 QUICK-START GUIDE. 7 steps to get started:. Check the monitor for completeness and intactness Attach the optional holder to the BMU 40 and mount it on the pole Assure main power supply

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Blood monitoring unit bmu 40 quick start guide

BLOOD MONITORING UNIT BMU 40QUICK-START GUIDE


7 steps to get started

7 steps to get started:

  • Check the monitor for completeness and intactness

  • Attach the optional holder to the BMU 40 and mount it on the pole

  • Assure main power supply

  • Start the device and wait until the probe heads are initialized. Probes must be properly placed in the probe retainer.

  • Activate scanner and scan barcode labels

  • Connect probe heads to BMU Sensor and/or BMU Cell

  • Start perfusion by pressing the ”Go online” button


Scope of delivery

Scope of delivery:

  • Monitor incl. venous and arterial probe heads

  • User manual and main power cable

  • Positive end test protocol

  • USB memory stick

  • Holder incl. adpater plate and screws, if ordered

  • Transport case, printer, and other accessories come separately


External devices

External devices:

  • Connect external devices such as printer, OR computer, or heart-lung machine according to the user manual

  • Printer must be in a distance of at least 1.5m from the operating table

  • External devices on the serial ports of the BMU 40 must comply with IEC 60950, IEC 60601-1, and IEC 60601-1-2 in case they are standing within a range of 1.5m or less away from the operating table

  • External devices on the serial ports of the BMU 40 must comply with IEC 60601-1, IEC 60601-1-1, and IEC 60601-1-2 in case they are standing within a range of 1.5m or less away from the BMU 40


Assembling the holder

Assembling the holder:

  • Fasten adapter plate on the back of the BMU 40

  • 2.Attach holder arm on the adapter plate


Check connections

RS-232 (input/output)

RS-232 (input/output)

USB for printer

Power supply

Fuse

Grounding pin

Check connections:


Connecting and initialising the probe heads

Connecting and initialising the probe heads:

  • Before you switch on the BMU 40, make sure that the probe heads are connected properly to the pobe head holder.

  • First hook it in on the lower end and then click the nose into the probehead.


Initialising the probe heads

Initialising the probe heads:

  • After successful initialisation of the probe heads, the starting screen appears.


Calibrating the unit

Calibrating the unit:

  • Enable Scanner

  • Hold the barcode label in front of the scanner at a distance of 20 – 30 cm

  • Connect probe heads to BMU Sensor and BMU Cell


Correct probe cuvette connection

Correct probe-cuvette connection:

  • First hook in the probe head on one side and then click the plastic nose into the probe head on the other side

  • Make sure that the connection is correct

  • Please note: Incorrect probe-cuvette-connections may lead to invalid measurement data!


Starting perfusion

Starting perfusion:

  • When barcode labels are scanned and the probe heads are connected perfusion can be started

  • Press the ”Go online” button on the touch screen


Numeric screen

BASIC FUNCTIONS - USER INTERFACE

Numeric screen:


Graphic screen

BASIC FUNCTIONS - USER INTERFACE

Graphic screen:


Tabular screen

BASIC FUNCTIONS - USER INTERFACE

Tabular screen:


Measured and or displayed

BASIC FUNCTIONS - BLOOD PARAMETERS

Measured and/or displayed:


Navigation bar

  • Main Screen

  • Graphic screen

  • Tabular screen

  • Settings

  • Calibrate

  • Mute

  • Printer

  • Online/Offline mode

  • 37°C mode

  • USB memory stick

  • Save current data as snapshot

Navigation bar:


Recalibration

Recalibration:

  • Draw a blood sample and synchronically press the button in order to store the current data on the device

  • Adjust the parameters by chosing the relevant ones on the screen

  • Remember that pO2 and pO2 (37°C) depend on each other

  • Apply calibration


Settings alarm limits

Settings alarm limits:

  • Click on Settings -> Alarm settings

  • Alternatively: Click direct on the relevant parameter on the numeric screen and set alarm limits


Saving perfusion data

Saving perfusion data:

  • Plug in the USB memory stick

  • Switch to offline mode by clicking the Online/Offline button for at least three seconds

  • Select perfusion

  • Select file format (CSV is compatible to MS Excel)

  • Export perfusion

  • Go online again by clicking again the Online/Offline button


Finishing perfusion

Finishing perfusion:

  • Finish current perfusion by starting a new one:

  • Press Setting -> Perfusion settings

  • New perfusion

  • Alternatively: Switch off the device by pressing the ON/OFF button for at least two seconds


For disinfection the following cleaning supplies are successfully tested and can be used

For disinfection the following cleaning supplies are successfully tested and can be used:

  • Alcohol (Ethanol, Isopropanol)

  • Cidex OPA (J&J)

  • Pursept (Merz)

  • PeraSafe (PAA)


General details

General details:

  • BMU 40 is only to be used by medical staff who is qualified accordingly

  • Before initial operation read the user manual

  • Keep the unit connected to power supply to ensure that the battery is always fully charged

  • The user is responsible that the clinical environment complies with the limits specified in IEC60601-1-2

  • Switch off the unit during storage, maintenance, repairing, and cleaning

  • Maintenance and reparation can only be performed by the authorised MAQUET service


Potential influence on measurement results

Potential influence on measurement results

Optical SvO2 measurement methods can be influenced by

  • Methylene blue

  • Indocyanine green

  • Evans Blue

  • Fetal hemoglobin

    and unusual levels of

  • Bilirubin

  • Lipids

  • Beta Carotine

  • Carboxyhemoglobin

  • Methemoglobin

  • Sulfhemoglobin


Influence on measurement results

Influence on measurement results

Hb/Hct measurement can be influenced by

  • Sickle cell anemia

  • Macrocytic anemia

  • Hyperlipidemia


Sensors cells and probes

Sensors, cells, and probes:

  • Sensors and cells must not be cleaned with alcohol, aether, or acetone

  • Avoid fingerprints on cells and sensors

  • Sensors and cells have to be disposed after use and must not be used twice

  • Each sensor and cell has a unique barcode which can only be used one time. The system denies any barcode which had already been used

  • To clean the probes, use only water and a soft non scratching tissue

  • Avoid scratches on the probes

  • Don’t use chemical cleaning supplies to clean the sensor surfaces of the probes


Contact

CONTACT

If you have any questions, please contact:

Thomas Markmann

Product Manager

Phone: +49 (0) 7478 921 247

Fax: +49 (0) 7478 921 400

Mobile: +49 (0) 174 91 92 866

E-mail: [email protected]


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