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ADVIA Centaur® XP Immunoassay System Maintenance Online Training

Maintenance includes performing the daily, weekly, monthly and as needed maintenance procedures to ensure optimum system performance. This clinical laboratory training qualifies for continuing education units (CEU).

Welcome to the ADVIA Centaur® XP Immunoassay System Maintenance Online Training course.  Performing the maintenance procedures routinely and properly helps to keep your system running efficiently.  In this course we will discuss the required daily, weekly, monthly and as needed maintenance procedures. Select Next to review the course objectives. Describe how to perform the weekly maintenance procedures Describe the as needed maintenance procedures List the steps to perform the daily maintenance procedures List the steps to perform the monthly maintenance procedures Locate, review, and update the Maintenance window After completing this course, you will be able to: Select Next to continue. Congratulations. You have completed the ADVIA Centaur® XP Immunoassay System Maintenance Online Training course. Listed below are the key points that have been presented.  Take time to review the material before you proceed to the final quiz.  After completing this course, the operator will be able to: Locate, review and update the Maintenance Window The Maintenance window can be accessed by selecting the Maintenance Status button in the Status area of the workspace.  A list of maintenance tasks and their due date are listed in this window.  To start automated maintenance procedures, highlight the task and select Perform.  To update the window once manual tasks are performed, select the procedure and then select Completed. Describe how to access procedures through Online help Maintenance procedures are accessed by selecting the task in the Maintenance window and selecting Procedure. List the steps to perform daily maintenance procedures After the Cleaning Solution is prepared and the consumables are checked, highlight Perform daily cleaning in the Maintenance window and select Perform. Rotating the water bottle is necessary on systems that are not direct plumbed to avoid bacterial contamination. Describe how to perform weekly maintenance procedures Clean the water bottle, water reservoir and manifold: Select Turn Mechanics off and remove the water bottle and water reservoir from the system.  Remove the manifold from the reservoir.  Clean the bottle, reservoir and manifold with cleaning solution and thoroughly rinse with DI water. Prime water from reservoir to manifolds, highlight Prime water from reservoir to manifolds in the Maintenance window and select Perform. Replace Cleaning Solution: Remove the cleaning solution bottle from the system.  Pour one container of cleaning solution concentrate into the cleaning solution bottle.  Fill the bottle to the neck with DI water and place onto the system.  Update the Maintenance window by selecting Replace cleaning solution and pressing Completed. Empty the Water Trap: When the system is not in process, pull out the waste and water drawer and observe the water trap.  If any liquid is present, remove the water trap from the system and empty. List the steps to perform monthly maintenance procedures Clean reagent probes: Turn mechanics off, remove the reagent probe cover and move the probes toward the incubation ring.  Clean the probes with cleaning solution and rinse thoroughly with DI water. Clean ancillary probe:  Turn mechanics off, open the top cover and pull the probe toward you.  Clean the probe with cleaning solution and rinse thoroughly with DI water. Clean aspirate probes:  Turn mechanics off, open the top cover and carefully lift the probe arms up to the highest position.  Wipe the visible portion of the probes with cleaning solution and rinse thoroughly with DI water. Clean air filter : Remove the air filter from the back up the system.  Rinse the air filter with DI water and allow it to dry thoroughly.   Monthly cleaning procedure: Prepare 4L of cleaning solution in the water bottle, empty water reservoir and empty liquid waste bottle. Rinse the water bottle and fill with 2L DI water.  Empty the water reservoir if necessary. Rinse the water bottle and the water reservoir.  Fill the water bottle with 2L of DI water. Place the alternate water bottle and water reservoir on the system. Describe the as needed maintenance procedures Clean reagent probe shutter: Turn mechanics off, remove the reagent probe cover and reagent packs.  Push the reagent probes toward the incubation ring and remove the reagent probe shutter.  Clean with cleaning solution and rinse thoroughly with DI water.  Reinstall the dry reagent probe shutter and reagent packs.   Clean cuvette chute: Open the cuvette waste area door, lift the tip tray bin and remove the cuvette waste bin.  Remove the cuvette waste chute and soak in cleaning solution for 5 minutes.  Clean the chute with the large maintenance brush and rinse with DI water.  Replace the dry cuvette chute on the system.   Clean tip waste area: Turn mechanics off and lift the top cover.  Remove the sample tip waste tube and sample tip remover.  Open the sample tip waste door, remove the cleaning solution bottle and sample tip waste bin.  Remove the sample tip waste chute.  Soak the sample tip waste tube, sample tip remover and sample tip waste chute in cleaning solution for 5 minutes.  Use the large maintenance brush to clean these items and rinse thoroughly with DI water.  Replace the dry components on the system.   Schedule database maintenance: In the Maintenance window, highlight Perform database maintenance and select the Perform button.   Perform system backup: Open Data Administration from the Setup menu.  Insert CD to top CD drive.  Select All and then Backup.    Select Next to continue. O software do sistema contém um assistente de calibração. O assistente irá guiá-lo passo-a-passo durante todo o processo de calibração. Se você tiver dúvida sobre as telas de calibração, o botão de ajuda, localizado no canto inferior direito de cada tela lhe fornecerá informações adicionais referentes à tela atual. Maintenance procedures can be accessed from the Maintenance window: The Online help window displays the procedure The procedures may contain images to help the operator properly complete the activity Procedures can be printed from this window Access Maintenance Procedures Learn about accessing maintenance procedures. Base ImageHotspotsText BlocksImage File Select the Procedure button. Select the Maintenance activity. Welcome to the Stratus® CS 200 analyzer Calibration online training course.  The information within this course will provide you with the knowledge to perform calibration on the system.  Select Next to continue. Daily maintenance procedure fast facts: System must be in the Ready or Warming Up status Perform after peak workload to optimize system performance Procedure takes 35-60 minutes to complete depending on system configuration Daily Cleaning Procedure Learn how to perform the daily cleaning procedure. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentCheck/Replenish Cleaning SolutionHTML If necessary, replenish the cleaning solution: Add 1 container of ADVIA Centaur® XP Cleaning Solution Concentrate to the cleaning solution bottle Fill the cleaning solution bottle to the neck with DI Water Place the bottle onto the system Prepared Cleaning Solution has 7 day onboard stability The daily cleaning procedure uses 1/4 to 1/3 of the prepared solution Select each checkbox to learn about performing the daily cleaning procedure.  Log the Maintenance ActivityHTML   In the Maintenance window, select Replace cleaning solution and select Completed.  Check/Replenish the ConsumablesHTML Ensure that there are cuvettes in the cuvette loading bin. Empty the Cuvette Waste BinHTML Remove the cuvette waste bin, empty the waste and replace the empty bin. Check/Empty the Liquid WasteHTML Empty the liquid waste bottle if it is more than half full. Note: This procedure is not required if the system is directly plumbed for waste.  Check/Replenish the Water BottleHTML Ensure that the water bottle is at least one quarter full. Note: This procedure is not required if the system is directly plumbed for water.  Start the Daily Cleaning ProcedureSimulationInstructions:If the media does not automatically start, select the play arrow to begin.Flash File:/content/generator/Course_90003411/sim_CXP_StartDCP_training_HTML5_800x622_9/sim_CXP_StartDCP_training_HTML5_800x622_9.swfHTML5 File:/content/generator/Course_90003411/sim_CXP_StartDCP_training_HTML5_800x622_9/index.htmlPDF File: Rotate Water Bottle Learn more about how to rotate the water bottle. Rotating the Water Bottle Perform the water bottle rotation only if the system is not directly plumbed for water. Performing this procedure daily helps to prevent bacterial contamination Remove the water bottle from the system, empty and invert to dry Fill the spare water bottle with DI water and place on the system When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Weekly maintenance tasks include: Clean the water bottle Clean the water reservoir Prime the water from reservoir to manifold Empty the water trap Clean and Prime the Water Reservoir and Manifold Learn how to clean and prime the water reservoir and manifold. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentTurn Mechanics OffHTML Select Turn System Mechanics Off from System Status menu. Select each checkbox to learn more about cleaning and priming the water reservoir and manifold.  Remove Reservoir SensorsHTML Move the two clamps that cover the sensors aside (1 and 2). Remove the sensors. Clean SensorsHTML Clean the sensors by wiping with lint-free tissue or gauze saturated with cleaning solution. Rinse the sensors by wiping with lint-free tissue or gauze saturated with reagent water. Remove Reservoir TubingHTML Disconnect the water tubing fittings and set them on paper towels (1 and 2).  Place Spare Reservoir on SystemHTML Place the spare reservoir on the system. Reconnect tubing and reinstall sensors. Turn Mechanics OnHTML   Select Turn System Mechanics On from System Status menu.    Select Clean Water Bottle and ReservoirHTML Select Clean water bottle and reservoir. Select Completed. Perform Prime Water from Reservoir to ManifoldHTML Select Prime water to reservoir and press Perform.  Remove the ManifoldHTML Loosen the 3 knurled captive screws and remove the manifold from the reservoir. Empty any water from the reservoir.  Clean the ReservoirHTML Pour 1L of prepared cleaning solution into the reservoir. Place the cleaning solution cover on the reservoir. Invert the reservoir and swirl. Soak the inverted reservoir for 5 minutes. Rinse the ReservoirHTML Swirl the solution and soak upright for 5 minutes. Thoroughly rinse the reservoir with DI water at least 3 times. Invert the reservoir to dry. Clean the ManifoldHTML Empty the fluid from the tubing using a transfer pipette. Fill the tubing with cleaning solution using a transfer pipette. Soak for 5 minutes. Empty the fluid from the tubing using a transfer pipette and rinse thoroughly at least 5 times with DI water. Place on the counter to dry. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Clean the Water Bottle Learn how to clean the water bottle.   Select the play arrow to begin the video. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Empty the Water Trap Learn how to empty the water trap. Tab TitleTextEmpty the Water Trap Empty the water trap to remove any collected condensation. Ensure that the system is not in process. Pull out the waste and water drawer to access the water trap. Unscrew the water trap and dispose of any liquid. Install the water trap lid and place the water trap on the system. Log the Maintenance Procedure From the Maintenance window: Select Empty the water trap Press Completed When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. The Maintenance Status window: Accessed by selecting the Maintenance button on the workspace Used to determine maintenance activities and to record an activity to complete Provides access to the maintenance log Navigate the Maintenance Window Learn about the maintenance status window. Base ImageHotspotsText BlocksImage File Overdue procedures are highlighted in yellow. A maintenance log is accessible from the View drop down menu.  The log displays when each maintenance activity was completed and the operator who was signed into the system at the time. Differentiates the procedures that were completed by an operator from those completed by the system. Indicates the date an activity is due. The maintenance status button changes color to indicate to the operator when procedures are due. Monthly Maintenance Procedures: Clean the reagent probes Clean the ancillary probe Clean the probe rinse stations Clean the aspirate probes Clean the air filter Perform the monthly cleaning procedure Clean the Probes and the Air Filter Learn how to clean the probes, probe rinse stations and the air filter. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentClean the Exterior of the Reagent ProbesHTML   Select the play arrow to begin the video. Select each checkbox to learn more about cleaning the probes, probe rinse stations and air filter.    Clean the Exterior of the Ancillary ProbeHTML   Select the play arrow to begin the video.   Clean the Probe Rinse StationsHTML   Turn the system mechanics off and remove the reagent probes cover.  Use a disposable transfer pipette to add 0.5 to 1.0 ml of cleaning solution to the ancillary and reagent probe rinse stations.  Clean each rinse station with the small maintenance brush. Select the play arrow to begin video.     Clean the Exterior of the Aspirate ProbesHTML Clean the exterior of the aspirate probes with a lint free tissue dampened with cleaning solution. Wipe the exterior of the aspirate probes with DI water and a lint free tissue. Select Clean exterior aspirate probes and press Completed.  Clean the Air FilterHTML    Select the play arrow to begin the video.   When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.     Monthly Cleaning Procedure Learn how to perform the monthly cleaning procedure. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentAssemble the Required ItemsHTML Required items include:  A water bottle marked at 2L and 4L Two cleaning solution concentrate containers   Alternate water bottle and water reservoir Select each checkbox to learn more about performing the monthly cleaning procedure.  Initiate the Monthly Cleaning ProcedureHTML Highlight Perform monthly cleaning Press Perform Select Yes when prompted Note: Samples cannot be processed during this procedure.   Prepare the System for CleaningHTML Follow the on screen instructions to prepare for cleaning: Prepare 4L of cleaning solution in the water bottle : Add two bottles of cleaning solution concentrate to an empty water bottle and fill the water bottle to the 4L mark Load the water bottle on the system Empty and replace the water reservoir and the waste bottle Ensure the water trap is empty and bottle lid is tight and select Continue Note: If your system is direct plumbed for water, turn the direct plumbing switch off.  Perform the First RinseHTML Follow the on screen instructions to perform the first rinse: Rinse the water bottle, add 2L of DI water and place the water bottle on the system Empty the water reservoir if it contains more than 0.5 inches of water and place back on the system Select Continue Perform the Second RinseHTML Follow the on screen instructions to perform the second rinse:  Rinse the water bottle and the water reservoir with DI water, and then fill the water bottle with 2L of water Place the water bottle and the water reservoir back onto the system Select Continue  Complete the Cleaning ProcedureHTML Follow the on screen instructions to complete the cleaning procedure: Remove the water bottle and water reservoir Fill the alternate water bottle and place on the system Install the alternate water reservoir on the system Select Continue Note: If your system is direct plumbed for water, turn the direct plumbing switch on. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.   As Needed Maintenance Procedures: Clean the reagent probe shutter Clean the cuvette chute Clean the tip waste area As Needed Maintenance Procedures Learn about the as needed maintenance procedures. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentClean the Reagent Probe ShutterHTML  Clean the reagent probe shutter if reagent probe shutter errors occur or when a splatter is visible on the reagent probe shutter. Select play arrow to begin the video. Select each checkbox item to learn about as needed maintenance procedures.  Clean the Cuvette ChuteHTML     Clean the cuvette chute if a Luminometer or elevator jam occurs. Select play arrow to begin the video.  Clean the Tip Waste AreaHTML     Clean the Sample Tip Waste tube if sample tips cause a jam in the tube.   Select play arrow to begin the video.  Clean the Lower Tip Waste AreaHTML Clean the sample tip waste chute if a jam occurs: Open the tip waste door and remove the tip waste bin and the cleaning solution bottle Lift the sample tip waste chute up and out of the system Soak the cute for 5 minutes in cleaning solution.  Use a maintenance brush to clean the inside of the chute Rinse and air dry.  Replace the chute When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.   Database maintenance should be performed periodically to avoid software issues  During this maintenance task, worklist entries are deleted. The system may also perform a defragmentation at this time.   To perform Database Maintenance: Select Perform database maintenance in the Maintenance window. Select the Perform button. Select Next to continue. System backup: Software is backed up to a CD or DVD Perform as required Note: This procedure can not be performed while the system is processing samples. Perform Database Backup Learn how to backup the database. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentSelect Data AdministrationHTML With the system in the Ready state and the operator signed in as Level 1, select Data Administration from the Setup menu. Select each checkbox item to learn about performing a system backup as needed. Select AllHTML Select All from the Data Administration window. Insert CDHTML Insert a writable CD or DVD into the top drive. Select BackupHTML Select Back Up from the Database Administration window. Backup CompleteHTML Wait for the Backup Complete message to appear before removing the CD or DVD. Select Continue. Label the CD or DVD with the software version, test definition version, serial number, and date. Note: The software and test definition versions may be found in the About the System option in the System Status menu.   When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.