EDAN H100B User Manual

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Pages 99 Pages
Updated Sep 3, 2021
Category Medical Equipment

Table of Contents

  • About this manual

    2
  • Safety Information

    9
  • Cautions

    15
  • Notes

    17
  • Symbols in the Oximeter

    19
  • Introduction

    22
  • Panel Introduction

    23
  • Symbols on Screen

    24
  • Front Panel Buttons

    26
  • Rear Panel

    30
  • Connecting Sensor or Cable

    31
  • Powered by Battery

    32
  • Accessory List

    35
  • Oximeter Operation

    39
  • Measurement State

    40
  • Trend Graph and Trend Table

    41
  • Abnormal Measurement State

    42
  • Data Transfer State

    43
  • System Menu

    44
  • System Mode

    46
  • Patient Type

    47
  • Audio Paused (s)

    48
  • Default Config

    49
  • Sensitivity

    50
  • Alarm system

    51
  • PR Alarm setup

    54
  • Patient ID No. Setup

    55
  • Data Storage

    56
  • Delete All Data

    57
  • Exit (Return)

    58
  • PatientCare Viewer Data Management Software Introduction

    59
  • Alarm

    60
  • Alarm Conditions

    62
  • Alarm for Low Battery

    63
  • Higher than Hi Alarm Limit

    64
  • Alarm Silence

    65
  • Performance Considerations

    66
  • Pulse rate

    67
  • Low perfusion

    68
  • Maintenance

    71
  • Principles of Operation

    74
  • Pulse Oximetry Measurement

    75
  • Functional Versus Fractional Saturation

    77
  • Measured Versus Calculated Saturation

    78
  • Warranty and Service Policy

    79
  • Service Policy

    80
  • AppendixⅠSpecification

    82
  • A1.2.3 Display

    83
  • A1.2.5 Charger Stand

    84
  • Appendix II EMC Information

    86
  • A2.2 Electromagnetic Immunity - for all EQUIPMENT and SYSTEMS

    88
  • A2.4 Recommended Separation Distances

    95
  • Appendix Ⅲ Record Table

    97
  • Appendix Ⅳ Abbreviations

    98

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