- The MOVES® SLC™ Introduction
- MOVES® SLC™ Quick Start
- How to operate the MOVES® SLC™
- The MOVES® SLC™ Interface
- MOVES® SLC™ Alarms
- The MOVES® SLC™ Ventilator
- The MOVES® SLC™ Suction Unit
- MOVES® SLC™ System Power
- MOVES® SLC™ External O₂ Feature
- Stealth Mode
- Ventlator Parameter Changes on Main Screen
- MOVES® SLC™ Maintenance
- MOVES® SLC™ - Using the Clamps
- Ataching MOVES® SLC™ to a Liter
Welcome to the MOVES® SLC™ user training video. MOVES® SLC™ is a revolutionary, completely integrated Intensive Care Unit, combining an oxygen concentrator, circle-circuit ventilator, suction system and complete vital signs monitoring into a single, compact, portable, battery operated system. In this video you will learn the basic steps to help you set up, configure, and operate MOVES® SLC™. This video is not intended to replace the MOVES® SLC™ Operator’s Manual. The MOVES® SLC™ Operator’s Manual contains important labeling information and must be read by anyone intending to operate the MOVES® SLC™ system. Contents of the accessory case MOVES® SLC™.
System Orientation and Components
Throughout the user manual there are references to help orient the caregiver with the positoning of the MOVES® SLC™ unit. The following orientations should be remembered:
- The front end of MOVES® SLC™ contains the Patient Connecton Panel.
- The rear end of MOVES® SLC™ contains
- the Battery Compartments;
- Power connection and control, and the;
- Hydrocarbon Filter.
- Note the lef side of the unit, and;
- The right side of the unit;
- User Interface Screen and Navigation Keypad;
- Auxiliary Communication Port;
- External Suction Inlet;
- Air Intake for the Ventilator Blower;
- External O2 Outlet and Inlet;
- Exhaust Ports;
- Ventilator Cartridge Door and Release Lever;
- the Cartridge Port with the Ventilator Cartridge;
- Patient Hose Connections;
- Inspiratory Relief Port;
- Rear and Front Clamp Mounts;
- Warning lights;
- Front and Rear Grab Points.
The MOVES® SLC™ allows you to monitor several parameters. On the Patient Connecton Panel, the following ports are available:
- Gas sample port;
- Invasive Blood Pressure;
- Non invasive blood pressure;
- Patient Temperatures.
Welcome to the MOVES® SLC™ Quick Start Guide.
Lif the release latch for the ventlator cartridge door at the top-front of the MOVES® SLC™.
Insert the Ventlator cartridge, close the door and lock it by depressing the latch.
Install the hydrocarbon filter in the rear panel.
Atach the appropriate breathing circuit to the cartridge door.
Connect one end of the Nafion Tubing to the sampling line.
Connect the other end of the Nafion Tubing to the Y piece.
Connect the sampling line to the gas sample port.
Connect the patent monitoring accessories to the MOVES® SLC™.
Do not connect to the patient at this time.
MOVES® SLC™ must be operated with at least two bateries or one batery and connecton to the power supply.
As required, connect the power supply to the MOVES® SLC™ and inspect and install the batteries.
Turn the MOVES® SLC™ unit on by pressing the Power Control button.
Press the Screen Orientaton button if necessary, to orient the screen.
Press the Screen Brightness Button to cycle through the brightness options. Perform the system test procedures by following the on-screen instructions.
The patient must not be connected to the breathing circuit during tests.
Make the required patient monitoring connections between the MOVES® SLC™ unit and the patient.
If using ABP, CVP, or ICP, connect the equipment to the MOVES® SLC™ unit
Zero the pressure on the transducers and the reading on the MOVES® SLC™ main screen prior to use.
Attach the sucton tube and suction bucket to the MOVES® SLC™ unit.
In the Setup menu modify the settings as needed and select the desired operating mode, Ventilate, O2 supplement mode, or Monitor Only.
To change any alarm settings, navigate to the Alarms ON/OFF screen or the ALARM LIMITS screen.
Attach the breathing circuit to the patient.
Navigate to MAIN on the Screen Select button to view the monitor screen.
To view patient charts and trends of patient data from within the monitor screen, select either of the Waveform Chart Control buttons.
To take NIBP manually, press the NIBP button. To use suction at any time, press the Suction Control button.
When using suction, the system will not generate concentrated oxygen.
Shut down MOVES® SLC™ by pressing and holding the Power Control button for four seconds. Remove all patient monitoring connections.
Controls on the MOVES® SLC™ 5:23 – 6:40
On the Navigation Keypad, you’ll find the following buttons:
- The screen brightness button to control the brightness of the display;
- The flip screen button to rotate the information displayed on the screen 180 degrees;
- The alarm audio pause button to either silence all alarms permanently or temporarily;
- The non-invasive blood pressure control button to start or stop a non-invasive blood pressure reading;
- The suction button to start or stop suction;
- The jog wheel to navigate and make selections, and the
- Back buttons.
Turning the jog wheel clockwise or counter - clockwise selects an item in a circular manner going around the screen.
Activate the selection by pressing the jog wheel.
Press the back button to cancel an active entry.
The display screen can be locked or adjusted to face either the right or left side of the MOVES® SLC™ to support operation from either side of the unit. Turn the catch ninety degrees to the left or right to unlock the screen and allow it to be raised into a working position. Use the Flip Screen button to adjust the display orientation as needed.
Pre-use test instructions and launching sequence
Locate the power control button on the rear of the MOVES® SLC™ unit.
Press the power control button to activate the unit.
An audible alert is sounded and, if the system has been run within the last 30 minutes, the New Patient Screen will be displayed and will ask if the operator would like to conﬁgure the system for a new patient.
If YES is selected, all systems settings including alarms and limits, are reset to the default values.
If NO is selected, all system settings including alarms and limits are retained from previous use.
Select NO if the system is connected to the patient on whom it was last used and you want to keep all the previous settings.
If there has been data loss or corruption of previous data, the operator will NOT be allowed to restore previously used values. The “NO” option will be unavailable. The operator will have to reconﬁgure the system manually to return to the previously used settings.
System Test Screen
After you have chosen to conﬁgure a New Patient the System Test Screen is displayed.
You are presented with nine system checks, some of which require operator input.
Do not connect any sensors or the breathing circuit to the patient prior to performing system tests.
Ensure that the ventilator cartridge has been installed for the system test.
Do not operate the MOVES® SLC™ system until all system test failures have been resolved and all tests have been repeated and passed.
Only use Skip Tests if a system test has previously been performed and passed, or the system has just been restarted due to power loss.
Some tests, including RAM and ﬁrmware integrity are automatic.
Using the jog wheel, highlight and select the test which you would like to run and follow the instructions onscreen.
If all tests are successful, the System Test screen displays a test summary indicating all tests have passed.
Select Continue to move on to the Setup Screen.
If any individual test fails please refer to the MOVES® SLC™ Operator’s Manual: System Test Failure Messages and Causes.
MOVES® SLC™ Interface Overview
The MOVES® SLC™ interface is comprised of multiple screens.
- The Setup screen to view and modify the primary operational settings of the device;
- The Advanced screen to view and modify advanced operational settings;
- The Info screen to view system information;
- The Main screen to display patient status and monitored values;
- The Alarm Limit screen for control of alarm limit values;
- The Alarm On/Oﬀ screen for alarm on and oﬀ control;
- and the ECG screen to display up to 12 graphs.
The Setup screen is displayed once the device has been turned on and the system tests have passed.
The Setup screen is also accessible from the Screen Select button at the top of the screen.
When the device is turned on and conﬁgured for a new patient, the default system mode is Monitor Only.
The selection of a system mode will gray out certain settings that are not relevant to the current mode, but these settings can still be modiﬁed.
If a diﬀerent system mode is desired, ﬁrst use the jog wheel to select and conﬁgure the appropriate settings.
Then navigate to the System Mode Area and press the jog wheel to activate the selection.
Select and conﬁrm the correct system mode, either Ventilate or O2 Supplement mode.
Use the back button to exit the System Mode area.
Note that the system does not ventilate in Monitor Only or O2 Supplement Modes.
Advanced Screen 10:50 – 11:03
The advanced screen is accessed from the Setup screen. This screen allows the operator to make more advanced modiﬁcations to the patient monitoring settings.
The Info Screen is accessed from the Setup Screen.
This screen allows the operator to view information regarding the speciﬁc MOVES® SLC™ device being used, including serial number, concentrator and ventilator run times, ﬁrmware versions, and Masimo information.
The main screen is the primary screen of MOVES® SLC™ and is used to display patient status and monitored values.
If no button is pressed for a period of time, the system will return to this screen. The main screen displays patient status only and no functional settings can be changed from this screen.
Main Screen Components
The Main Screen display shows the following:
- Power status icon;
- Screen view;
- Alarm status;
- O2 Saturation;
- Heart Rate;
- End Tidal CO2;
- Inspired CO2;
- Patient temperatures;
- Invasive Blood pressures;
- Fraction of Inspired Oxygen;
- Concentrator Flow;
- Peak Inspiratory Pressure;
- Positive End Expiratory Pressure;
- Tidal Volume;
- Respiratory Rate.
Main Screen buttons
The available buttons on the main screen are:
- The chart view;
- The source of heart rate (including ABP SpO2 or ECG) and
- Zeroing and labelling the invasive blood pressure channels.
Use the jog wheel to navigate to the button you would like to change.
Press the jog wheel to activate the selection and cycle through the options.
Press the jog wheel again to conﬁrm.
Each of the Invasive Blood Pressure ports can be conﬁgured on the Monitor screen to display ABP, CVP or ICP.
On the main screen, parameters in the normal range will be displayed as colour text on a black background. Any value that is out of normal range or has an alarm currently active, will have a reverse colour scheme with the background displayed in colour.
Any unknown numerical patient values have a default display of dashes instead of an actual value.
Unknown values may relate to sensors having not been connected, improper patient connections, or out of range readings.
If a fault prevents data display the fault icon, which is an X, is displayed.
The MOVES® SLC™ has four status LEDs situated in each top corner of the device. When the system is not in alarm, the status LEDs are solid green.
When the system is in alarm, the status LEDS are solid yellow, ﬂashing yellow, or ﬂashing red, in order of priority from low to medium to high.
Alarm Limits Screen
The Alarm Limits Screen allows you to control the alarm limit values.
Navigate to the Alarm Limits screen from the Screen Select Button.
If no limits have been changed from their default values, the phrase ‘All limits at default’ is shown at the right below the status bar.
If any limits have been changed from their default values, an icon and a summary of the number of limits not at their default values is displayed, and the limit value is displayed with an asterisk.
Using the jog wheel, navigate to the Current Limit Value list and press the jog wheel to activate it.
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To modify a limit, navigate to the limit you would like to change, press the jog wheel to activate the limit, then rotate the wheel to select a value.
Press the jog wheel again to conﬁrm a new value.
The back button can be used to abandon an actively selected limit without changing the value.
Alarm On/Oﬀ Screen
Alarms can be enabled or disabled through the Alarm On/Oﬀ screen.
A summary of the alarms turned oﬀ is shown at the top right of the screen.
If no alarms are turned oﬀ, the phrase ‘All Alarms ON’ is displayed.
When an alarm has been turned oﬀ, the screen will display ‘1 Alarm OFF’.
If two alarms are oﬀ, the screen displays ‘2 Alarms OFF’ and so on.
Alarm level is indicated at the right of the ALARM ON/OFF screen.
- A red “H” indicates a HIGH priority alarm;
- a yellow “M” indicates a MEDIUM priority alarm;
- a yellow “L” indicates a LOW priority alarm.
The letters “msg” denote a “MESSAGE”, not an alarm.
The MOVES® SLC™ will also indicate when the alarm was last active.
The list of alarms is scrollable once it has been activated.
To modify an alarm, select an alarm, a selection is indicated by a yellow box around the limit.
Press the jog wheel to turn the alarm ON or OFF.
When an alarm is turned oﬀ, a red icon containing a white triangle with an X through it will appear on the Main screen.
The number of alarms turned oﬀ is shown below the icon.
The ECG Screen is accessed from the Screen Select button. MOVES® SLC™ uses a standard 12-lead ECG system for monitoring the heart and produces 12 ECG channels.
Checking the Hydrocarbon Filter
Before installing a hydrocarbon ﬁlter, check the four-digit date code printed on the cartridge.
The cartridge label is stamped with four characters, XXYY, where XX is the week of the year, and YY is the year of manufacture.
A cartridge more than three years old should be discarded, since it may degrade performance or cause damage to the MOVES® SLC™ oxygen concentrator.
Installing the Hydrocarbon Filter
Always install a hydrocarbon ﬁlter before powering up MOVES® SLC™.
MOVES® SLC™ will alert you with an “intake ﬁlter blocked” alarm if it becomes clogged.
Insert the hydrocarbon ﬁlter as shown into the rear panel of the MOVES® SLC™ unit.
Rotate the ﬁlter clockwise to install, counterclockwise to remove.
The ﬁlter should be ﬁnger tightened.
Have a hydrocarbon ﬁlter readily available for replacement purposes.
If the hydrocarbon ﬁlter needs to be changed when MOVES® SLC™ is in operation, a replacement ﬁlter will need to be quickly inserted after the old one is removed.
Operating MOVES® SLC™ without a ﬁlter will damage the unit.
How to use the MOVES® SLC™ Ventilator
Ventilator Use 18:41 – 19:02
An intubated patient will be connected to a ventilator breathing circuit.
A patient that is not intubated may receive supplemental oxygen via an oxygen mask or nasal cannula, in which [case] they will be connected to the O2 Outlet on the left side of the device.
Ventilator Cartridge and Breathing Circuit
The ventilator cartridge is intended to be used with a circle system to provide positive pressure ventilation for patients that are intubated.
MOVES® SLC™ recycles exhaled oxygen.
This cartridge is made of CO2 absorbent material to remove CO2 from any inspired gas.
The cartridge is for use with the ventilator breathing circuit, which includes the:
- Ventilator hoses;
- The patient ﬁlter;
- The endotracheal tube connector;
- Naﬁon tube and the Sampling line.
The cartridge is also for single-patient use only.
It should be discarded when an audible or visual alarm is triggered, indicating a high level of CO2 on inspiration.
The alarm panel on the MOVES® SLC™ display will indicate, Inspire CO2 High, Change Cartridge.
Failure to change the cartridge when prompted will lead to inadequate ventilation for the patient.
Do not remove the clear plastic binding on the Ventilator Cartridge.
Always check the expiry date on the cartridge before use.
Installing the Ventilator Cartridge
Lift the cartridge door release latch and open the cartridge door by pulling it forward using the plastic handle on the panel.
Ensure that the ventilator scrubber liner is installed.
Insert the cartridge into the cavity, press hard to ensure it is fully and securely seated.
Close the cartridge door and push it in ﬁrmly, then depress the cartridge door release latch to lock it.
If the door does not close smoothly the cartridge may not be properly seated. Open the door and push the cartridge in further and try again.
Replacing the Ventilator Cartridge
If, during operation, the system is advising the user to change the ventilator cartridge, remove the cartridge from any packaging and have it readily available for insertion, prior to making any changes to the system.
On the user interface screen, navigate to the Setup Screen and change the mode to Monitor Only to stop ventilation.
Remove the water trap from the “from Patient” port to allow the ventilator cartridge door to open.
Open the ventilator cartridge door and remove the depleted ventilator cartridge.
Install the new ventilator cartridge, then close and lock the ventilator cartridge door.
Reconnect the water trap to the ventilator cartridge door, and ensure ventilator breathing circuit patient hoses remain connected.
On the User Interface Screen, change the system mode back to ‘Ventilate’ to immediately resume patient ventilation.
Installing a Breathing Circuit
Ensure that the ventilator cartridge is inserted into MOVES® SLC™.
Connect one end of a Naﬁon tube to a sample ﬁlter on the Y piece, use the butterﬂy lure connector to connect the Naﬁon tube to the sampling line.
Attach the other end of the sampling line with a sample ﬁlter to the gas sample port on the MOVES® SLC™ patient connections panel.
Unplug the hose covers on the Hose to Patient and Hose from Patient ports and attach the water trap to the From Patient Port.
Attach the ventilator breathing circuit patient hoses to the water trap and the To Patient Port on the ventilator cartridge door.
Replacing the Ventilator Filter
The ventilator ﬁlter is a user-serviceable component that must be periodically replaced if it becomes damaged or compromised, or as indicated in the Operator’s Manual.
Locate the ventilator ﬁlter cover on the MOVES® SLC™.
Unscrew the thumb screw and lift the ventilator ﬁlter cover.
To remove the ﬁlter, press the ﬁlter frame down while turning it counterclockwise.
Discard the ﬁlter in accordance with local regulations.
Install a new ﬁlter by pressing the ﬁlter frame into place and turning it clockwise.
Tighten the thumb screw.
Replacing the CO2 Scrubber liner (Ventilator liner)
The CO2 scrubber liner (also known as the Ventilator liner) is a user-serviceable component that must be periodically replaced if it becomes damaged or compromised, or as indicated in the Operator’s Manual.
Open the ventilator cartridge door and locate the CO2 Scrubber liner.
Fold the liner in slightly and grasp the edges.
Pull the liner forward until it is out of the cavity and discard it.
Place the new liner on the middle tube, orienting it such that the water-collecting cavity is at the bottom.
Push the liner back until it is fully seated.
Ensure that the inspiratory hole matches the corresponding liner hole.
Delivering Supplemental Oxygen
Locate the O2 Outlet port located on the left side of the MOVES® SLC™.
Open the protective cover of the O2 outlet port by pulling it up.
Locate the O2 Outlet Sampling Adaptor and connect the green ﬂexible tubing end to the O2 outlet.
Attach the sample line ﬁlter that is connected to the Naﬁon tube to the O2 Outlet sampling port located on the O2 Outlet Sampling Adaptor.
Use a butterﬂy lure connector to connect the sampling line to the Naﬁon tube, then connect the sample line ﬁlter at the end of the sample line to the Gas Sample Port on the Patient Connection Panel.
Attach the O2 Mask line or Nasal Cannula line to the metallic outlet on the O2 outlet sampling adaptor.
On the Setup screen, conﬁgure MOVES® SLC™ to operate in O2 Supplement mode.
Main Screen Suction Button
If suction is turned on, the Suction icon will be displayed at the top of the screen. The NIBP icon is shown at the top of the screen as well if NIBP is obtaining a reading.
Installing Suction Unit
Attach the suction bucket holder to the MOVES® SLC™ unit by depressing the clips and sliding them along the side rail into the preferred position.
Release the clips and ensure that they lock into place between any two holes in the row.
Insert the suction canister into the holder as shown.
Connect the suction hose to the suction inlet port of the suction canister.
Open the protective cover of the suction port located on the left side of the MOVES® SLC™ unit.
Connect the other end of the suction hose to the suction port.
Connect the patient suction hose to the patient port on the suction canister.
Connect the patient suction wand to the other end of the patient hose.
How to use the MOVES® SLC™ Suction Unit
Using the Suction Unit
Once the suction accessories are set up properly
Activate the suction by pressing the Suction control button.
Deactivate the suction at any time by pressing the Suction Control button a second time.
You can adjust suction pressure between 100 and 325 millimetres of mercury in increments of 25 millimetres of mercury.
To set the suction level, navigate to the SETUP screen, use the jog wheel to navigate to the System Mode area, then press the wheel to activate the area. Navigate to ‘Suction’ and press the jog wheel to activate the setting, then scroll to change the value.
Once the desired value is reached, press the jog wheel again to conﬁrm.
Note that the suction wand has a control vent that must be occluded by the operator’s thumb to allow suction to occur.
Battery Status Icons
The Battery Status icons show the charge of the two system batteries individually and indicates if external power is connected.
The orientation of the batteries on MOVES® SLC™, the labels, and on the screen icons shown, is always as follows:
- Left is Battery A;
- Right is Battery B.
The plug icon indicates wall power is connected.
A charge icon is displayed on the battery icon if the battery is charging.
If a battery icon is missing, then the battery is not connected.
If a battery appears to be installed but is shown as missing on the display, inspect the battery and replace or reinstall.
When an alarm associated with system power is active, the area behind the battery status icons is highlighted with a red background if highest associated alarm is High priority.
Otherwise, a yellow highlight is used for Medium/Low alarm priority.
Connecting the AC Power
Remove the power supply and power supply cords that are stored in the MOVES® SLC™ Accessory Case.
There are two cords supplied, a cord with standard male and female connectors, supplies the power from a wall socket or line supply such as a generator, to the power supply.
This cord is supplied with a grounding prong on the male connector.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this prong should never be removed or compromised.
A cord permanently aﬃxed at one end of the power supply with a special nine-pin female connector supplies power from the power supply charger to the MOVES® SLC™ unit.
The end that connects to the MOVES® SLC™ unit is keyed to ensure proper connection.
Insert the AC power cord into the front of the power supply.
Remove the protective cap from the receptacle on the rear panel of the MOVES® SLC™ unit.
Insert the nine-pin connector into the receptacle then rotate the locking collar clockwise to secure the connector.
Inspecting the Batteries
On the front of each battery, just beneath the handle, there is a battery condition indicator.
Pressing the button on the battery condition indicator shows the status of each battery.
As the battery power decreases, the illuminated LEDs extinguish from:
- Green, meaning a high level of charge, through;
- Yellow, meaning a medium level of charge, to;
- Red, meaning the battery is exhausted.
The power supply charger should charge both batteries to 100 percent in two to two and a half hours, while the system is running with a typical load.
Note that MOVES® SLC™ must be operated with at least two batteries or one battery and connection to the power supply.
Installing the Batteries
Inspect the battery for physical damage, such as cracks, holes, and leaks.
Do not use or charge a damaged battery.
Lift the battery compartment latch and turn it 90 degrees counter-clockwise to open the battery bay door.
Push the battery into the battery compartment until it engages.
Ensure the battery is fully inserted and properly seated.
Close the battery bay door and rotate the latch 90 degrees clockwise, then lock it by pushing the latch in.
Repeat this procedure for the second battery.
If a battery requires a charge, it can be recharged simultaneously, during normal operation, when the MOVES® SLC™ is connected to the power supply.
Using the External O2 Feature
To use the external O2 feature, prepare a compressed O2 tank ﬁtted with a ﬂow controller.
Prepare a line of tubing that can be run from the O2 tank to the O2 inlet port on the right side of the MOVES® SLC™ unit.
Connect one end of the external gas supply tubing to the O2 tank.
Open the protective cover of the O2 inlet port by lifting it.
Attach the other end of the external gas supply tube to the O2 inlet nipple.
Open the ﬂow control valve, and adjust to the desired ﬂow rate, which must be less than 15 liters per minute.
When using the O2 inlet, gas ﬂows of 1 to 2 liters per minute can be used to conserve external oxygen tanks.
The system should be set to Vent FiO2 slightly under the external gas mix and never set to Air or Maximum.
If the option has been activated via a password-protected admin screen, the brightness button can also be used to put the system into Stealth Mode for use with Night-Vision devices.
Press and hold the brightness button to enter Stealth Mode. A message will display counting down from two seconds.
In Stealth Mode, the display screen is turned oﬀ, and the alarm lights are switched to infrared so they are still visible using Night-vision devices.
Press the brightness button once while in Stealth Mode to turn the display screen on to its lowest setting while keeping the alarm lights in infrared.
Press and hold the brightness button again until the countdown from three seconds is completed to exit Stealth Mode.
When in Pressure Control Mode, the following parameters can be changed:
- Control Pressure
- Respiratory Frequency
- Positive End Expiratory Pressure
- And the Oxygen Concentration setting
MOVES® SLC™ Maintenance Introduction
This video was made to support periodic maintenance activities outlined in the MOVES® SLC™ Operator’s Manual and the MOVES® SLC™ Service Manual.
The external body of MOVES® SLC™ can be cleaned after each use and during routine maintenance using standard cleaning agents such as isopropyl alcohol or diluted chlorine compounds. Oxidizing agents should NOT be used for cleaning.
To clean the device, simply wipe down the external surfaces.
Cables, NIBP Cuﬀs and tubing can be cleaned with a disinfecting spray.
Regular maintenance should be carried out on the MOVES® SLC™ system by authorized and qualiﬁed service personnel.
If the MOVES® SLC™ system is subjected to extremely rough handling, environmental stress, or has been damaged, it should be referred to authorized and qualiﬁed service personnel for inspection and repair if necessary.
Periodic Maintenance Procedures
Begin quarterly preventative maintenance by completing a system diagnostic. This can be done without the use of consumables, for the purpose of maintenance only.
Connect MOVES® SLC™ to wall power using the power supply.
Install both batteries into the battery bays of the device.
Turn MOVES® SLC™ on by pressing the power button at the rear of the device.
If prompted to conﬁgure the system for a new patient, select YES.
The system test screen is displayed. Some tests are automatic and do not require any user input. Others require some feedback or preparation and will state ‘INPUT’ or ‘PREP REQD’. Use the jog wheel to navigate through the tests and select the various options.
The ﬁrst test, Ventilator Cartridge Check Test, requires user input. For the purposes of this procedure, a ventilator cartridge is not required. Select ‘Yes’ to continue.
To complete the closed Y-piece test, simply ensure that the ventilator port covers are installed then select ‘Prep Done’.
To initiate the Alarm Lights + Audio tests, select ‘Start’, then observe the device in order to answer ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ to the displayed questions.
To complete the open Y-piece test, ensure that the ventilator port covers are open, then select ‘Prep Done’.
The Sample Line test is comprised of two tests. To complete the ‘Detect Occluded Line’ test, occlude the Gas Sample Port on the patient connections panel at the front of the device with your ﬁnger until the test is completed.
To complete the ‘Verify Clear Line test’, remove your ﬁnger from the gas sample port and leave it open.
If all tests are successful, a test summary is displayed, indicating that all tests have passed.
Exercising the Oxygen Concentrator
The oxygen concentrator must be exercised every three months to ensure that the ATF Module does not degrade.
Open the O2 Outlet port on the top-left of MOVES® SLC™, near the front of the device.
Mode area, and set the mode to ‘O2 Supplement’. Select Yes to start the system running in O2 Supplement mode.
Note that when MOVES® SLC™ is running in O2 Supplement Mode with no sample line to measure oxygen output, two alarms will be active: Low Inspired O2, and Sample Line Disconnect. This is normal and does not indicate a failure.
Allow the system to run in O2 Supplement mode for at least two hours.
While the device is still running, connect the O2 Outlet Sampling Adaptor to the O2 outlet.
Connect the attached tube to the Gas Sample Port on the patient connections panel.
Navigate to the Main screen and ensure that the output concentration reaches a minimum of 90% in O2 supplement mode, otherwise the ATF Module may require replacing.
If the system is not in use, MOVES® SLC™’s batteries should be charged at least every six months.
If not already installed, remove the batteries from the accessory case and install them in the device.
If not already connected, uncap the power port, and plug the power supply into the device, then connect the power supply to AC power.
Allow the batteries to charge fully.
Remove each battery from the device and press the status buttons to verify that all 5 LEDs are lit.
If the batteries are not charged periodically and are identiﬁed as having no LEDs illuminate when the status button is pressed, they may require up to 72 hours to charge fully or become inoperable.
The clamps can be used to mount MOVES® SLC™ to a gurney, stretcher or litter to support the patient during transport.
Top-Mounting MOVES® SLC™
To top-mount MOVES® SLC™, start by orienting the MOVES® SLC™ such that - when facing the device, the ‘FRONT’ is at the left side of the operator.
Lay the MOVES® SLC™ on its side from this position.
Locate the FRONT clamp.
Loosen the large wing-bolt to its furthest extent to open the jaw of the clamp as wide as possible.
Identify the top-mount ﬁtting projection which will ﬁt into the receiving slot on the bottom of the device.
Insert the clamp into the receiving slot and orient it such that the word ‘FRONT’ embossed on the clamp is facing up. Insert the anchoring pin attached to the clamp by pressing the blue pin button while inserting.
Locate the BACK clamp. Repeat the same steps as with the front clamp, starting by loosening the large wing-bolt to its furthest extent.
Then insert the clamp into the receiving slot on the back end of MOVES® SLC™, orienting it such that the word ‘BACK’ is facing up. Insert the anchoring pin attached to the clamp.
It is normal for the clamps to feel slightly loose while the device is not mounted.
Side-Mounting MOVES® SLC™
MOVES® SLC™ can be side mounted on either the right or left side. To side-mount the MOVES® SLC™, start by laying the device down on either side.
Locate the FRONT clamp and loosen the large wing bolt to its furthest extent.
Identify the side-mount ﬁtting projections which will ﬁt into the receiving slots on the side of the device, close to the front.
Align the clamp to the receiving slots and push the clamp upwards towards the top of the device to engage the connectors. Insert the anchoring pin attached to the clamp.
Locate the BACK clamp. Repeat the same steps as with the front clamp, starting by loosening the large wing-bolt to its furthest extent.
Insert the clamp into the receiving slot located on the side of the device, close to the back, then push up to engage the connectors. Insert the anchoring pin attached to the clamp.
The Locating feature on MOVES® SLC™’s Front Clamp is designed to interface with the center joint on either side of a standard folding stretcher.
To mount MOVES® SLC™ to a stretcher with the clamps attached to the system, ﬁrst position the MOVES® SLC™ such that the front clamp is next to the center joint of the folding stretcher. Align the front clamp locating feature with the stretcher mounting hole and lower the system in place.
Ensure that the back clamp also engages with the side rail of the stretcher.
Tighten the wing bolt on the front clamp to secure it.
Tighten the wing bolt on the back clamp to secure it.
MOVES® SLC™ should now be securely mounted onto the stretcher.
As an alternate method of mounting MOVES® SLC™ to the litter, begin by aligning the front clamp locating feature to the mounting hole at the center joint of the folding stretcher. Tighten the wing bolt on the front clamp until it is secure.
Attach the back clamp to MOVES® SLC™ in the desired mounting position.
Lift the device and align the front-clamp receiving slot to the ﬁtting projection on the front clamp.
Align the back clamp such that it engages with the side rail of the stretcher. Tighten the wing bolt on the back clamp to secure it.
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