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Wed Oct 26 2016
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Great Easy to use ESU Analyzer. Analog unit easy to use and ultra portable. This unit is still sold and supported by BC Group.

Only draw back is it is difficult to test some of the newer model ESU units with this system.

Mon Sep 12 2016
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     System does not communicate to the Inova paitent recording system. The Drager S5 monitor does. This system also will only print from the central station unless an aditional unit is connected to the M540.  

Fri Sep 02 2016
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I bought a Carsteam digital CR about 3years ago. I had been in practice about 30 years at that point and decided to bite the bullet and spend the money on a the latest technology. Huge mistake. The product is definitely not cheap. It initially worked fine for about 2 years . About when the warranty was up it broke. The support group to maintain it is very limited having to drive along way to get to us . Unless you live in a major city this wil be a concern for all buyers. This also means you have no choice in who provides service to you and the service people treat you accordingly. My first bill just after the warranty was was $4300. If it worked correctly after the service I would have been more accepting of the bill but I still can not get a decent lumbar exposure. The manufacturer, Kodak Carestream, the seller, Proximus and the maintenance support company Merry Xray have all been of zero help. I can't get Carestream to even answer my emails Ive sent them. Proximus says call Merry Xray and Merry Xray has had a year to fix things and I'm still waiting. They just offer up lame excuses.

Buyer beware . I would have thought Kodak was a reputable company.

Kelly Mabe DC

Wed Aug 31 2016
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The Medilas H and Medilas H20 were produced in the 1990s and continue to offer an affordable solution for laser URS if the proper aftermarket fibers are used in conjuction with the laser. The MediLas does not have a 'blast shield' to protect the focusing optic like most other holmium lasers do. The optic is expensive and difficult to change so it pays to use fibers that are designed with their own, internal blast shields.

ProFlex LLF by InnovaQuartz provides the necessary additional protection while also offering superior energy delivery (efficiency) and more flexibility that even Dornier's own fibers can provide, at a lower cost. FIbers are available for these Dornier lasers in 200 um, 273 um, 365 um, 550 um and 910 um cores, in single use and reusable formats.

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The Medilas H and Medilas H20 were produced in the 1990s and continue to offer an affordable solution for laser URS if the proper aftermarket fibers are used in conjuction with the laser. The MediLas does not have a 'blast shield' to protect the focusing optic like most other holmium lasers do. The optic is expensive and difficult to change so it pays to use fibers that are designed with their own, internal blast shields.

ProFlex LLF by InnovaQuartz provides the necessary additional protection while also offering superior energy delivery (efficiency) and more flexibility that even Dornier's own fibers can provide, at a lower cost. FIbers are available for these Dornier lasers in 200 um, 273 um, 365 um, 550 um and 910 um cores, in single use and reusable formats.

Fri Jun 17 2016
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This seems really intresting. Can you elaborate some more about it.

Mon Apr 30 2012
Last Reply Mon Apr 11 2016
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We have had 1100 Spectrums since 2009.

The typical issues are:

1. Broken powercord at rear case connection.

2. Failed powercord transformer in the old style power cord.

3. Ground pin gets pulled out of transformer block in new style power cord.

4. PEMs (or nutserts) getting pulled out of front case.

5. Pump side IV pole clamp adapter gets pulled off PEMs or damaged.

6. Dirty/stuck retracted battery charger pins in the battery dock.

7. Latch not recognized as closed.

8. White screen.

9. Various errors, mostly 105 PIC motor error.

10. Upstream occlusion sensor won't sense an occlusion.

The first issue we experienced  was unusual for an infusion pump - an upstream occlusion sensor that would not alarm. I have been dealing with a wide variety of infusion pumps since 1992 with KCI and then Mediq/PRN. Never do I recall having an upstream occlusion sensor fail. Turns out, Sigma created an anti-nuisance algorithm for the sensor that reduces the 'attentiveness' after a period of time. Our facility used a lot of buretrols when this pump was implemented and relied on the UO alarm to be notified of medication delivery completion. I have heard a new algorithm is being developed, but either our staff has acclimated to the pump or are no longer using buretrols in that fashion.

Most of what we are experiencing now is crash damage. If the front case is damaged, the pump must be sent in for repair. A minimum $500 charge typically.

Feel free to contact me with any questions, we see a lot of these.

Sun Mar 27 2016
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i purchased the cardiosuit in 2015 ( ecg, stress and holter): it was very dissapointing: lost signal every time i used... it has an uggly interface... very poor in details, with caotic final report... it finally stop working with only 4 hr of use! i tried to return it to mr benjamin from nasiff but he told me he didnt sold it ( it was some of theis dealers) ... here in my country( lima Peru) we work with mortara xscribe 5 : a lot better product, but very expensive... recently i purchase a chinese product very similar to mortara (contec 8000s) and more cheap ( less than 1k): it has the same interface from mortara and really easy to setup and use!!

if someone is interested in buy my cardiocard please send me email: davide_magnani@hotmail.com

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i need service manual modulus cd

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i nedd sofware plis for modulus cd

 

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