Nihon Kohden BSM-6000 Forums
I have several different bedside monitors that are suffering intermittent SPo2 dropout. they are using a mixture of OEM original interface cables and pacific medical aftermarket ones. the problem seems to be universal to both types of cables. everythingwill berunning normally with the blueline across the screen and then everything related to spo2 will dropoff the screen and the only way to get it back will beto unplug the interface cable and plug it back in and then everything will be fine until it randomly decides to drop out again. sometimes the next dropout is immediate and sometimes it is the next day. help.
Zeroing process of Life scope TR - BSM 6000 series:
1. "do you need to zero?" YES
2. open transducer stopcock to air, off to pt.
Touch ALL ZERO or individual parameter zero cal button ...etc...
Is this all you have to do? This ICU still thinks they need to use a level each time they move, or etc....