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ohmeda Biox 3700e Pulse oximeter service Manual

Supplement to the 3700e Seryice Manüal


0380-0900-092(BX#1120-300)

Oximeter softwa¡e Revisions T and later change several oximeter alarms/messages, as well as
the reasons why tJrese alarms/messages occur. This addendr¡:n describes the resulting changres
and additions to information ín tfte Oñmeda Biox 3700e Pulse Oximeter Sen¡ice Manual.

software Revisions T and liater affect sections of thls manual that contain the following
information:

. S€tup a¡rd Calibration


o Operation
o Computer Interface
r Chart Recorder, Polygraph and Other Record.ing Equipment
" Status and Alarm Messages
o Performance Assurance Testing

Alarm Silence During Powenrp


Software Revisions T and liater change tJre audible aiarm silencing feature d.uring oximeter
powerup.

The patient and. probe alaro tone is silenced for one ainute after tJre SYSTEMOPERAIIONAL
messag€ appears during initial power up. If the probe is off ttre patient (PROBEOFF alarm) or
not connected to the oxim.eter (NO PROBEalarm) when this minute is up, the alarm tone stays
silenced until the condition changes. In otJrer words, the alarm tone is silenced until the probe
is connected to the patient and the oximeter.

Sign-On and Operational Messages


Software Revisions T and later change the sign-on and operational message that display
during powerup and after various functions are performed on the oximetei.

After turning the oximeter on, the foliowing message aBpears:

OHMEDA-BIOX
3700/3710/3700e
REVISION:X
SYSANDCALCHECK

füOTH: ,X repieséntg an alph;uü"ri"


.Í ,:..,:'.1 . J , t , ,"rL*.
li.'. .:.'/.' .'.
Next,-af't'erthe dÍas'fLostic
seu-iest,tLi" $tatus rvfessá"gei
appears:
üAUÉ'ffiAr p¡.ú:j:F;_q$S
Fn,
SYSTEfuI CIPERATIONAL

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Staged Alarm System
Software Revisions T a¡rd later change oximeter messages/alarms and message/alarm
conditions for the oximeter's staged alarm system.

The staged alarm system warns you that data might be unreliable and. that you may need. to
check tJ.e probe site or how the probe is applied to the patient. The heart of this system is an
algorithm that checks sigrnal guality from the probe site. This algorithm notes a low quality
signal "event" when the sigmal quality deteriorates due to motion of the probe site, poor
probe plaeement, electrical noise, or other fastors. The oximeter initiates messagies, then
insreases alarmlmessag:e severity according to the number of these events that occur over a
Beriod of time.

The foUowing tables provide a¡r overview of the staged alarm system. They list alarms and
messages output by the oximeter a¡d a computer interface (ü used) dwing the ala¡m stages.

O¡¡imeter Alanu¡ and Merragea

Stage Oximeter Display and Alarms


1 . LO QUALITY SGNLappears on Graphic Display
. Sa02 and PulseRatereadings continue on Digital Display
and in waveform on Graphic Dísplay
2 . L0 QUAIITYSGNLappears on Graphíc Disptay
o Audible alarm sorrnds and alaxm light flashes
. Sa02 and PulseRatereadings continue on Digitat Display
and in waveform on Graphic Display
3 . CHECKPROBESITEappears on Graphic Disptay
e Auüble alarm sorrnds and alarm light flashes
. Sa02and PulseHatereadings dash on Digital Disptay
. One pixel "tic mark" appears in colum¡r of trend data
graph on Graphic Display
r Tick mark appe€rrs on graph of chart recorder,
polygraph, or other recording equipment and all analog
output reads zero volts.

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Computer Interface Dirplay and Mesrage

Stage Computer fnterface Modes


Auto Output Trend Output Waveform
T . LOWQUALITY
SIGNAL a LQ messagre . 14 (error code)
message appeafs appears appears
. SaO2a¡rdPR a Sa02and PR . Sa02and PR
readings continue readings appear readings
continue
2 . LOWQUALITY SIGNAL . LQ message a 14 (error cod.e)
Eessag:e apperus appeats appeats
. Sa02and PR read.ings . Sa02and PR O
Sa02and PR
continue readings appeÍrr readings
continue
3 a CHECKPROBE SITE . CKmessage a 09 (error code)
message appeÉus appears appears
a Sa02and PR readings . Sa02and PulseRate a Sa02and PR
dashed readings dashed readings
dashed

As shown in tJre tahles, tJre type of messagesr rti-sp1.r", and alarrns indicate the
severity of
signal deterioration from the probe site. wtren sisn¿ quality im.proves to acceptable
levels,
alarms and warning messagfes ceas€ and di."prays retr:rn to normar.

Warning Remedie¡ :

To alleviate the warning conütion, try these techniques in sequence untir


alarms, messagres,
and other w¿rrnings cease.

1' Check attachment and placement of the probe model you ¿ue using against
instructions in
the o¡meda P¡obes Manual (0380-o9oo-085,gx*tooo-304). Make sure that
the probe is
used according to instrustions.

2. Have tJle patient ¡grheiq as motionless as possible.

3. Massage probe site and reapply the probe.

4. Select a¡rother probe site, if possible.

5. Try using another probe.

Signal Strength a¡rd No pulse Warnings


software Revisions T and later change some oxim.eter messages and
alarrns that ocsur because
of low sigmal strengrth and pulse readings.

If the bar grraph on the Graphic Dispiay shows sigmal strengrüh at 1 pixet
or less for s second.s
or rnore, or if pulse rate readings a¡e less than oi equal to ZO ¡eati per
minute (BpM) for S
seconds or rnore, the fo[owing @qrrs:

' sao2 and PulseRateread.ings dash on the oximeter Digitar Display


o An aurtible alarm sounds and alarm light flash€s
o A No PULSEmessagre appears on the óximeter Graphic Disptay
' The waveforrr continues on the oximeter Graphic Display

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Note: RevisÍon T does not change the LOQUALITY SGNLmessage that appears when the bar
graph on the Graphic Display is at 5 pixeis or less continuously for 5 seconds or more.

If a computer jnterface js used with the oximeter, the following occurs;

. SaO2and PR read.ings on the computer screen dash for all mod.es


o I NO PULSEmessage appe¿us for the auto output mode
. An NS message appears for the output trend mode
. An error code of 11 appears for the waveform mod.e

Probe Placement Warning


Revisions T and iater of the software add a wañüng to indicate possible poor probe placement.

The oximeter outputs wanüngs when internally calcadated SaO2readings indicate possible
unreüable data, This data may be r¡nreliabte because of probe site motion, poor probe
placementr or poor probe site selection. The following wafnings occuf:

. SaO2a¡rd PulseRatereadings dash on the oximeter Digrital Display


o An audible alarm sounds and atarm tight flashes
o The CHECKPROBESITEmessagreappears on the oximeter Graphic Display

Note: These warnings a¡e the savne that occur during stage 3 of the staged alarm system.
However, these probe placement warning's occr.¡rimürediately, without first going through
messages and alarms associated with stage 1 and 2 of the staged alarm system.

If you use a computer interface with the oxiñeter, SaO2readings dash and the following messag:es
appear on the computef scfeen:
. SaOzand PulseRateread.ings dash for all modes
ó A OHECKPROBESITEmessage appenrs for the auto output mode
. A eG messaga aBpears for the output trend mode
. An er¡or code of I appears for the waveform mode

Warning Remedie¡

Use the following technigues to alleviate the waming condition. Try the technigues in order,
starting with number one, until atrarms, messa€fes, and otJrer wamirrgs cease.

1. Check attachnent and placement of the Brobe model you are using against instructions in
tlre Ohmeda Probes Manuat (0390-0900-095,BX#1000-304). Ma}e sure rhat rhe probe is
used according to instrucüions.

2. Have the patient renrain as motionless as possible.

4" Selest another probe sita, if possible.

5. Try using another probe.

Other Manual Changes


The following describes other changes to thirs ma¡rual since its last printing.

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1.3 Phyoical Specificationg

Page 1-3, Section 1.3.6:

See the Ahmeda Probes Manual for ctrrrent information on probes and probe accessories to use
with this oximeter. The Probes Manual mpersedes alt information in the Ohmeda Biox 3700e
PuJse Oximeter Service Manual.

1.5 Default Settingr

Page 1-8 should include the following:

PARAMETERS DEFAULT SETTINGS RANGES


Response Ti¡ne N N,S'F

1.6 Front Fanel Function¡

Pages 1-9 and 1-10 changes to the following:

IGY ACTION

WAVEFORM Depressing for 3 seconds allows you to


access (and then change between) the
three response modes.

If you are in the trend 20/60 mode,


depressing ttre Waveform key returns
tJre waveform to the Graphic Display.

AI.ARM SILENCE Silences all auctible alarms for 2


minutes, regardless if other alarms ocoJr
during this 2 minute interval. The
fJ,ashing red alanm.light changes to a
steady red üght to indicate ala¡m
silence. If an al,arm condition stü
exists after 2 minutes, ths ¿¿rlitllg 16ns
and flashing red light resume.

EXCEPTION: During a PROBEOFFor NO


PROBEalam, the Alarm Sitence key
silences the audibie alarm u¡tü either:
tJre specific alarm condition is remeüed,
a differ€nt alarm condition is detected.
or a different message is displayed on
the front panel other tha¡ Trend.

2.1 Statu¡ Mersage¡ Deacription

The following status messagies are changed on page 2-1:

The INTERFERENCE DETECTED description shor:Id read: Disptayed when the input sigmal is too
ar¡atic to be processed. This can be caused by strong RF (radio frequenry) interference,
someti:res generated by electrosurgery.

IMPORTANT: V\Ihen the oximeter detests strong interference, the SaO2 and puJse rate
readings do not change. If this interference persists beyond the time periods ind.icated below,
the INTERFERENCE DETECTED messag'e appears" Afier thé interference siops, the oximeter
begins collecting data again. The SaO2 and pulse rate readingfs return to the d.ispiay
approximately 2 seconds after the interference stops.

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RESPONSEMODE TIME PERIOD BEFORE INTERFERENCE
DETECTED MESSAGE APPEARS:

Slow 24 seconds
Normal 24 seconds
Fast 12 seconds

On page 2-2, t}re following status messages a¡e added:

N Dispiayed next to the plethysmogxaphic waveform when the


oximeter.is in the normal response mode (6 second averaging)"

NORMAL RESPONSE Displayed momentarily when the normal response mode is


SELECTED selected.

On page 2-4, t},e S description should read:

Disptayed next to the plethys-'ogrraphic waveform when the oximeter is ín the siow response
mode (12 second averaging)"

On pase 2-5, for PATIENT ALARM LIMIT CONDITION:

The ala¡m silence period is now 2 minutes (rather than 30 seconds).

On page 2-5, for PROBE ALARM CONDITION:

The alarm silence period is now 2 minutes (ratJrer than 30 second.s).

On page 2-5, for DE\/ICE FAILURE ALARM CONDITION:

The alarm silence period is now 2 minutes (ratlrer than g0 seconds).

For REOHARGE BATTERY a¡rd POWERSUPPLY FAILURE,


the oximeter automatically shuts off
approximately 10 seconds after the message appears on the Graphic Disptay.

For PROBEOR CIRCUIT


FAILURE
or A/DCONVERTER
FAILURE,
the oximeter alarms at volume 10 then
shuts down.

0n pages 2-6 and 2-9:

The following alarm messages no longer exist:

Pase 2-6 -- CIRCUIT


FAILURE,
SERVICE
UNIT
Pase 2-9 -- PROBElD ERROR,
REPLACE
PROBE
PROBEFAILURE,
REPLACE
PROBE

The following alarm messages are added:

Message Probable Cause Corrective Action

EANNOTIDENTIFY Oxir¡eter cannot identify eheck probe mod.el nurnber


PROBE probe (see Ohmeda Probes
(SEEMANUAL) Manual) or replace probe.

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Message Probable Cause Corrective Action
PROBE
ORCIRCUIT Oximeter detected Remove probe from patient
FAILURE, probe or circuit failu¡e and disconnect from unit.
REPLACE
PROBEOR Turn unit on.
SERVICE
UNIT
(NOTE: unit U unit shuts off, have
alarms at Volume unit serviced
10 for 2 seconds,
then shuts off) If unit does not shur
off, connect same probe
to unit -- if unit shuts
off, replace probe
3.1 Block Interconnec;t Diagram

Page 3-1 (showing addition of upgrrad.etrterface Boa¡d, A-6):

3.8 Analog Boa¡rl (Ctrcuit Tb"oryl

Page 3-20, fourth paragnaph, last sentence:

. . . This cr¡rrent is 120 inilliamperes, or 40 mi.tri¡mr¡eres


when driving a softprobe or Easyprobe. NorE: T-he ad.dition
of the Upgnade Interface Board restricts the current of
either of these probes to a maxi¡rum qf 4g milliañperes should.
a failure of softwa¡e or hardware ocq¡r elsewhere within the
oxim.eter.

4.1 Funqtionat Terting

Page 4-3:

ALAHMSILENCE:Atarms a¡e sitenced for 2 minutes.

wAVEFORM:There are now three response mod.es to choose from:


s,
N.F"

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5.1 Board LevelTroubleshooting Flow Chart¡

Page 5-7 (showing Upgrrade Interface Board):

CHECKOISPLAFYO R O N E
OF THESE MESSAGES

POWERDOWN UNIT i
FOR 10 SECONDS.
TRY AGAIN

NO PROBECONNECTEDTO UNIT
RESEATPROBE CONNECTOR/
CONNECTIONSTO ANALOG BOÉúRD
AND UPGRADEINTERFACEBOARD

€TILL DISPLAYED

REPLACEANALOGBOAFD
OR INTERFACEBOARD

(-
- !

L*

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6.1 Oximeter Assembly

Change to page 6-1, 6.1.1, Assembly print:

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1120-313(Rev. E)
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6.1.2 O¡¡imeter As¡embly parta Lirt

Change Item 11 on page 6-2:

Assy, Digitar Bd., software Rev. M only, 27g-01s0-300 (Bx#Al1g-002)

Add Item 11A to page 6-2:

Assy, Digrital Board, SoftProbe/EasyProbe compatible, software Rev. p and. above,


0380-0500-018(BX#AI 18-011)

Add ltem 21 to page 6-3:

upgr¡ade Interface circuit Asserrbly, 0390-0s00-oz4 (Bx#A 117-013)

Change Item U9 on page 6-19:

EPROM, HL Rev. M compatible onty, Z7}-OLS}-3OO(BX#TI19-001)


EPROM, Hi, Rev P and abov€, 0390-0300-423 (BX#Tttg-Otz)

Change Item U18 on page 6-19: \ .,

EPROM, Lo, R€v. ¡¡¡ go"npatibte onty, 0229-01s3-300 (Bx#Tt1g-oo2)


EPROM, Lo, Rev P and above, 0380-0300-424 (Blf.l#TI19-013)

Add the foltowing to the oximeter assembly parts list:

Kit, software (Rev. M compatible onty), 0380,0g00-044 (BX#811g-0S2). NOTEi.,Kit ;_


contains EPROMS BX#T118-001 and BX#T119-002.
;
Kit, software (Rev. P and above), SoftProbe/EasyProbe cofnpatible, 3gO-ogOO-O4b
(BX#8118-053). NOTE: Kit contains EPROMS BX#A118-Orá and gX*Tf te-Of3.

The following kit is added to the parts list:

Kit, Upgnade (Rev. P a¡rd above, English version), SoftProbe/EasyProbe compatible,


0380-0800- 122 (Byr#8120-025r.

Note: This kit must be used to ma.ke th€ oxiiñeter SoftProbe/Easyprobe compatible. The kit
contailrs EPROMs at the latest softwa¡e revision, interface circl¡it assembly, probe cable
assembly, Earruals, la.bets, anrd otJrer parts reguired to upgrade the oximeter. Use this
complete kit to upgrrade oxineters to Rev. p or later.

5.2.2 Front Panel Amernbly part¡ Lirt

Add the following to the parts 1ist on page 6-b:

Item 3A Cable Assy, Probe, \Alhite, Softprobe/Easyprobe


s6mFatible, compatible \ rith software Rev. p
and above, 380-0600-098 (BX#BrZS-}Zt)

Change the following on tñe parts list on page 6-5:

IteE 3 Cable Assy, Probe, Black , software Rev. M compatible


only, 279-0136-300 (BX#8118-0bz)

6"4"3 Analog Board Arsernbly partt llit

Change the following on page 6-11:

F.74 Resistor, 5"11K, 1/8W, 1%

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REFERENCE
DESIGNATION DESCRIPTION
I
TJ2 Op-Amp ÍCL7672

u3 HCMOS Dual D-Type Flip-Flop 74HC74 I

HARDWARE: t--

J1 Header, 90 Deg, Shrouded, 10 Pin

J2 Socket, 10 Pin, Center Key


Item 2 l
Sctew, #6-32 Steel Round Nylon .375
Item 3 Nut, #6-32 Hex Nylon
Item 4 Cabte Clamp, 5/16" Nylon
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Item 5 Extnrsion, Rubber
Item 6 Adhesive, RTV Clear
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Item 8 Spacer, Connector, 10 pin
Add Upgrade Interfaee Board Schenaüc (Alt?-Otg, Rect¡lon D)

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7.2 Oxim,eter Illustration (Exploded View)

Page 7-2 (showing section with A6, Upgrade Interface Board.):

7.4 Oximeter Reference Derignator¡

Update pages 7-4 and 7-5:.

REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR DESCRIPTION
A7W2 Cable Assembly connects probe to A6J1
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR DESCRIPTION
A2J2 Probe Interface connests to A6J2

A6 Upgrrade Interface Board Asse'mbly


A6J1 Connector for Probe Cable Assembiy A1W2
A6J2 Connecüor to Analog Board Connector A2J2
7.5 Oxineter Di¡a¡¡enbly

Change page 7-7, Step Z, Item C to:

Disconnest, Front Panel cable A1W2 from Connector J1 on the Interface Board. #A117-013
(small printed cücuit board in front of the boa¡d set).

Add tJre following step between Steps g and 9 (page Z-Z):

99"!lVpull straight back on the Interfaca Boa¡d. #A117-013 until Connector J2 (on the rear
side) r:nplugs from the connector on the bottom of the Analog Board (¡ottom ¡fld-;;;;
boa¡d set).

Loosen the nyion serew on the plastic 'nou¡rting bracket enough to remove the
bracket and
circuit board from the chassis boss; set aside.

1120-313(Rev. E)
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7"7 Oximeter Rea¡¡embly

Change page 7-10, Step 9, to:

A. To install the Interface Boa¡d (#A117-013), slide the plastic mounting bracket over the
chassis boss on the front left side of the oximeter with Connector J1 on the Interface Board
at the top, facing away from the boa¡d set.

B. Inserü Connestor J2 (on the rea¡ side of the Interface Board) into the empry connector on
the bottom of the Analog Boa¡d (bottom board of the board set)"

C. Tigirten the nylon screw on the plastic mou¡ting bracket so that the bracket is snug agajnst
the boss.

D. Plug cable AtW2 (ttre one coming from the back side of tJre probe socket on the front
panel) into connector J1, located at the top of the Interface Board.

7.10 Software Replaeement procedure

Change page 7-22, Step 12, first paragraph, to the foüowing:


*For Rev. T and above, EPROM
T118-0012 (TI2O-OO7Germa¡r) belongs in the socket ma¡ked
Ug HI, and EPROM T118-013 (T120-009 German) betongs in the socket marked U1g LO.
*For Rev' M only, EPROM T118-001 (T120-001
German) belongs in the socket marked U9 HI,
and EPROM T118-013 (T120-002 Gerrnan) belongs in the socket marked Ulg LO.

8.1 Cleanlng

Change page 8-1, section 8.1.1, last paragnaph to the foltowing:

Do not use organic solvents containing acetone to clean the


display panel. Use a cotton swab " . "

8.1.2 Probe¡

See the Ohmeda Pro.bes Manual (1000-304) for information on cleaning probes.

Appendix A Optionr and Acces¡orie¡

See the Ohmeda Probes Manual (0380-0900-085,BX#1000-304) for information on current


probe models and accessories.

Add the following:

Power Cord:
U.S. domesric, 0380-1500-033(BX#2000-08B)
Continental European-styte, 0380-0600-11S (BX#2000-200)
u.K. style, 0380-0600-107(Bx#7000-201)

WARRANTY

For page W-1:

See the Probes Manual (0380-0900-085, Bx#1000-304) for cr:rrent warranty information on atl
globe godelsl Th9 wgr¡4+ties li:sted in that manual q¡pggsgde t]rose in thís 3200e Servíce
Manual.

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