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  1. 1. nice Netech Medical Systems Pvt. Ltd
  2. 2. Presentation Flow COMPANY OVERVIEW CLINICAL ASPECTS OF nice OXYGEN ANALYSER PRODUCT OVERVIEW TROUBLESHOOTING
  3. 3. Company INFO Established in the year 1997 Group of highly skilled professionals 4000+ highly satisfied customers Deep penetration in NICU and respiratory domain User friendly range of products With deep skills and high end technology , we always strive for growth and delighted customers
  4. 4. Timeline-nice Neotech 2005 New Factory Opened Increase in production Line 2001 Reg as Pvt ltd Production started for different models 2013 New unit opened 1999 Neotech Logo Designed Designed first incubator & open care prototype 2003 Export to Vietnam 2009- 2011 CE certification for products 2015 125+skilled employee strong firm Multiple range of NICU products 1997 Started Neotech Medical Systems with 2 employees First Infant Radiant Warmer
  5. 5. What is an Oxygen Analyser? The oxygen analyser is a device with an oxygen sensor intended to measure the percentage of oxygen in the gas or gas mixture delivered to the patient.
  6. 6. Why Oxygen Analyser is Used? Measure percentage of Oxygen Continuous administration of oxygen with alarm- high/low Used along with incubator and oxygen hood Measures oxygen output in CPAP , anesthesia machine and ventilator Oxygen Analyser
  7. 7. Introducing nice 5040 Oxygen Analyser Designed to perfection
  8. 8. Features Microprocessor controlled for enhanced performance Large easily readable Hi- bright LED display Battery Low Indicator Large sensor cable Sensor disconnect and failure alarm 20 hours battery back up
  9. 9. Operation Control Panel Operation Alarm Application Anesthetic gases
  10. 10. Control Panel Operation
  11. 11. Alarm O2 % High alarm: By using the Select key choose the high alarm setting. By using the increase and decrease key until the desired value is displayed in the LED Screen. Press the select or wait for seven second to exit. O2 % Low alarm: By using the Select key choose the low alarm setting. By using the increase and decrease key until the desired value is displayed in the LED Screen. Press the select or wait for seven second to exit. Sensor Error If the sensor defects or disconnect, the display screen shows ER1 with INOP LED will be activated Calibration Error If the calibration fails, the display screen shows ER2 with INOP LED will be activated
  12. 12. Application Procedure Note: Prior to use, always test the batteries and alarms. Also check calibration, the sensor for leaks and damage, and the alarm settings. The oxygen analyser can be used to measure a gas mixture for oxygen in two basic modes: In the inhalation side of breathing circuit ahead of antibacterial filters, humidifiers and medicating devices. In confined volumes such as incubators, oxygen hood or oxygen tents. When monitoring for oxygen in breathing circuits, the flow diverter must be used. The diverter should be screwed onto the threaded front end of the sensor. A tee adapter should be placed into the circuit, and the above sensor assembly plugged into the tee adapter.
  13. 13. Anesthetic Gases Gases that induce reading error Oxygen Reading Error in a Mixture of Anesthetic Gas
  14. 14. TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
  15. 15. Cleaning & Maintenance Caution: Use the cleaning solution sparingly on a cloth when cleaning the oxygen analyser. Do not saturate theunit - excessive solution causes damage to internal components. Caution: Use of nonstandard components: Consult the manufacturer for repair and replacement of components. Use of incorrect component can adversely affect Safety, performance and/or damage the equipment performance Caution: Do not autoclave or gas sterilize oxygen analyser and oxygen sensor. Cleaning- The external surfaces of the oxygen analyser body may be cleaned by wiping them with a cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution. Disinfecting The diverter and tee adapter may be disinfected by washing them with isopropyl alcohol.
  16. 16. Cleaning & Maintenance (Cont;d.) Sensor & Cable Cleaning The external surfaces of the oxygen sensor and of the cable may be cleaned by wiping them with a cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution. Disinfecting The diverter and tee adapter may be disinfected by washing them with isopropyl alcohol or Cidex (per manufacturers instructions). The parts must be thoroughly dry before they are used. Sterilizing The diverter and tee adapter may be sterilized using Cidex, steam or ethylene oxide (per manufacturers instructions).
  17. 17. Dos and Donts Dos Read all of the directions before using for the first time. Calibrate every 8 hours or before every use. Visually inspect the sensor for leakage before each use. Calibrate using 100% oxygen and check in air. Check the HI and LO alarm settings prior to each use. Test batteries regularly and charge the device when battery indicator shows low battery Keep the unit, sensor and connections dry, or on the dry side of the breathing circuit. Recalibrate after replacing the batteries. Recalibrate after replacing the sensor. Make sure the sensor is properly attached. Remove the plastic flow diverter only when using the tee adapter. Remove and save the plastic flow diverter when using the sensor in non- flowing applications (incubators, oxygen hood, tents, etc.) Clean the case with isopropyl alcohol or mild detergent only
  18. 18. DONT Use this analyser if you suspect any malfunction. Use the device in the presence of flammable gases. Use alkaline batteries. Autoclave or freeze the sensor or device. Open or try to repair a leaking or broken sensor. Immerse the unit or sensor in any liquid. Pass hot or cold gas mixtures over the sensor. Expose the unit to devices that produce high levels of radio, short wave, microwave, x-ray, or high frequency interference. Use cleaning agents or liquids in the cable receptacles or around the battery compartment Place the unit itself in a water vapor-saturated environment. Expose the unit to a condensing water environment such as a mist tent.
  19. 19. How nice Oxygen Analyser fare over competitors? nice Oxygen Analyser LED display Li-ion Battery- rechargeable Calibration using either air or oxygen Other company Oxygen Analyser LCD display Non- rechargable battery Requires both air and oxygen, or special set up
  20. 20. Trouble Shooting System Failure
  21. 21. Trouble Shooting( Contd..)
  22. 22. Maintenance Intervals: Always disinfect and clean the unit and accessories before any maintenance even when returning the unit to the supplier for repair. Always disconnect power supply before any maintenance. Use only Manufacturers original parts for maintenance. Warning: Periodically check the insulation and the connection of the charger cable it may cause fire because of poor insulation and short circuits due to aging. Warning: Dont misaligned the EMI Shielding and the beads it may cause the EMI interference to the equipment
  23. 23. Certifications and Approvals Electrical & Product Safety : IEC 60601-1 EMC Safety : IEC 60601-1-2 Particular standard : ISO 7767
  24. 24. Contact Us nice Neotech Medical Systems Private Limited No 85, Krishna Industrial Estate Mettukuppam, Vannagaram, Chennai 600095, Tamil Nadu, INDIA Tel: +91-44-24762594,24764608. Fax: +91-44-24766920 Web: www.niceneotech.com. E-mail: [email protected] , [email protected] Overseas Enquiry: [email protected] Toll Free : +91-1800-425-2594.

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