Dimension Vista® System Introduction to Dimension Vista® 1000T/3000T System Online Training
Utilize the features of Dimension Vista® 1000T/3000 Twin System by navigating the routine/advanced screens and perform Twin procedures to maintain a balanced workflow while identifing common error messages. This clinical laboratory training qualifies for continuing education units (CEU).
Introduction to the Dimension Vista® 1000T/3000T System Online Training course The Dimension Vista® 1000T/3000T System, also referred to as the Twin System: Provides automation that optimizes your lab to support added value through increased workload balance efficiency Incorporates shared software to effectively process samples and maintain a well supplied instrument to manage your workload Select Next to continue. Identify common error messages List the operational benefits to using the Dimension Vista® 1000T/3000T Twin System Navigate the added software features in the routine and advanced screens Utilize the Twin procedures to maintain a balanced workflow Upon sucessful completion of this course, you will be able to: Select Next to continue. Congratulations. You have completed the Dimension Vista® 1000T/3000T System 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. List the operational benefits for using the Dimension Vista®1000T/3000 Systems Twin benefits include the ability to manage and access sample, reagent, calibration and QC inventory, and results review information for both instruments from one location. Benefits include: Shared sample, inventory, and results review information Workload balancing Ease of Shared Configurations in Advanced software Navigate the added software features in both the routine and advanced screens Shared Advanced configuration options Left Instrument: Dual input: All routine samples are loaded in the 2 input lanes of the left Instrument. Right Dual Output : All samples are unloaded on the 2 output lanes of the right instrument. STAT samples are loaded in the Stat lane on left instrument and the Stat Lane on the right instrument. Utilize the Twin procedures to maintain a balanced workflow Information sharing between both Dimension Vista® instruments increases the ease of operation, and optimizes workload througput. Routine screens include the inventory information for Reagents, Calibrators, QC and Vial Carriers onboard the system. Information about patient samples, their results, and rack detail information is also shared. In the Advanced software, many configuration options are shared to make programming simplified. Twin selectors are available to view information in Advanced inventory, calibration and QC . View information by selecting either the left or right instrument. Twin Procedures: Switch Rack Lanes for hardware troubleshooting and maintenance Off-Line methods used for chemisty troubleshooting or non-identical test menu selection Controlled power shutdown of the Twin Systems Identify common Error Messages Twin error messages: Sample transfer shuttle assembly Mechanical or Sensor Error on Track One Instrument is Paused Troubleshooting steps, reset both instruments Select Next to continue. Dimension Vista® 1000T/3000T Operational Benefits include: Shared Sample, Inventory, and Results Review information Workload balancing Shared Advanced configuration options Vista® Twin Front View Learn about Twin features on the front view of the system. Base ImageHotspotsText BlocksImage File Dual Output Lanes The right instrument has Dual Output lanes. All samples are unloaded on the 2 output lanes of the right instrument. Dual Input Lanes The left instrument has Dual Input lanes. All routine samples are loaded on the 2 input lanes of the left instrument. STAT Input Lane There is a STAT input lane on the left side instrument. When the sample is loaded, it will only run on that instrument. STAT Input Lane There is a STAT input lane on the right side instrument. When the sample is loaded, it will only run on that instrument. Vista® Twin Rear View Learn about Twin features on the rear view of the system. Base ImageHotspotsText BlocksImage File The Dimension Vista® Twin conveyor system is mounted on the back of the system. A single sample rack travels in one direction from the left to the right instrument through the palette transfer system. The sample racks are output to the right instrument track. Shared information: Routine screens Inventory information for Reagents, Calibrator, and QC vials on-board each instrument Samples Information in the sidebar and results Sample Rack Detail information Manual Order Entry Advanced Screens Twin Selectors are available in each Advanced icon to share information between the left and right instrument Most of the options accessed by selecting the Configuration icon share information Routine and Advanced Screens Learn about shared features on the routine and advanced screens. Slide NumberText BlocksCalloutsAudio ScriptImage File1Routine Screen Sidebar display of samples The white Twin selector identifies on which instrument the sample was processed Select Next to continue. Note: If audio does not automatically start, select the play arrow in the top left to begin.Sample processing status is viewed on the Vista Sidebar Display. A Vista Twin Selector display has been added to this screen which displays the instrument where sample processing occurred. The Twin Selector instrument appears in white to inform the user whether the left or right Vista performed the sample processing. The test results screen also displays on which Vista the sample was run.2Routine Screen The Manual Order Entry screen has an additional field titled Sample to be Run On When you use this field, you can select Load Balanced Automatic Selection, Left, Right, or Both from the dropdown menu Select Next to continue. The Manual Order Entry screen has an additional field titled Sample to be Run On. When using this field, the user can select Load Balanced Automatic Selection, Left, Right, or Both from the drop down menu. The Load Balanced Automatic Selection feature determines which instrument can process the sample most effectively and routes that sample to the respective instrument. The user can decide on which Vista the sample is to be run by choosing left or right. If the sample is to be run on both instruments, for example a survey, the user chooses both from the dropdown menu. 3Routine Screen Result Screen Sample Rack Detail screen Select Next to continue. All Samples Results and Sample Rack Details screen are shared. A Location field has been added to the Sample Rack Details screen. This field will display Left, Right, or Track. Track is displayed if the sample rack is in the process of being transferred from one Vista to the next via the rack transfer shuttle.4 Routine Screen Inventory for Reagents, Calibrator vials and QC vials can be selected and viewed for Left or Right or Both instruments. Select Next to continue. Shared Inventory information for Reagent, Calibrator and QC vials, makes replenishing this inventory more convenient. A Left right or both icons can be selected to view data.5Advanced Screen A Twin Selector icon is located in the upper left corner The screen will display the selected instrument view An example is in the Inventory icon Selecting the Reagent Inventory option will display either the Left or Right Select Next to continue. Advance screen information is mostly shared but some screen information applies to only a single instrument. In the Advance screens a Twin Selector icon is located in the upper left corner when the information is shared. The display will respond to the selected instrument. An example is in the Inventory icon, selecting the Reagent inventory option will display either the right or left instrument's information. 6Advanced Screen Manual Order Entry Configuration Screen The Sample to be Run On field provides you with a choice Select Next to continue. In the Manual Order Entry Configuration Screen select the option Sample to be Run On field. The option provides you with a choice to run a manually ordered sample. 7Advanced Screen System Configuration Screen Select Next to continue. The System Configuration parameters are shared on both instruments of a Dimension Vista 1000T/3000T System. The user can select the instrument tab to designate left or right instrument information. 8Advanced Screen Configured User and Group Permissions are shared Select Next to continue. Configuring users and group permission information is shared between the instruments, however each user must log-in to each instrument while operating .9Advanced Screen Configuration screens that are configured individually are : Reagent Flex® Configuration Reagent Server Configuration Result Monitor Disable Modules Configuration When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.The following configuration screens do not share. Therefore the specific information must be entered on the left and the right instrument. Reagent Flex Configuration, Reagent Server Configuration, Result Monitor, and Disable Modules Configuration. Os procedimentos de manutenção devem ser executados no analisador de modo a otimizar o desempenho do sistema e diminuir o tempo de inatividade. Vamos começar com as atividades de manutenção diária. Os procedimentos de manutenção diária a serem realizados no ADVIA mil e oitocentos incluem principalmente checagens visuais e limpeza, se necessário. Isso deve levar cerca de 10 minutos. Os componentes que devem ser avaliados na manutenção diária são: as probes, as estações de lavagem, hastes dos mixers, capas de proteção das probes e o módulo ISE. É necessário inspecionar também as bombas para verificar possíveis vazamentos. Todos os dias, o operador deve checar os reagentes e as soluções do sistema para certificar-se que há volume suficiente, antes do processamento das amostras. Por fim, verificar se há condensação excessiva nos carrosséis de reagentes, registrar os slopes do ISE e realizar uma lavagem de finalização do dia, também conhecida como WASH 2. A manutenção diária do ISE inclui a lavagem dos eletrodos e o registro dos slopes. Os eletrodos do ISE são lavados diariamente durante a lavagem WASH 2, mas em algumas circunstâncias, lavagens adicionais podem ser necessárias. O ISE é calibrado diariamente e os slopes precisam ser registrados no Log de manutenção. Em laboratórios que não funcionam 24 horas por dia, ou no caso de o sistema estar ocioso por mais de 4 horas, uma lavagem de inicialização ou Wash 3 é necessária. Twin Procedures: 1. Switch Rack Lanes for hardware troubleshooting and maintenance 2. Offline Methods used for chemisty troubleshooting or non-identical test menu selection 3. Controlled Power Shutdown of the Twin System Note: Refer to the Dimension Vista® Operators Guide to obtain the procedures. Twin Procedures Learn more about the Twin procedures. Tab TitleTextSwitch Rack Lanes Switch Rack Lanes Perform the Switch Rack Lanes procedure on the instrument that will remain in operation. Press the Switch Rack Lanes button on the Supplies screen and follow the steps in the dialog box. The input and output lane lights will change to green for input and yellow for output indicating a successful lane change. This procedure takes approximately 5 minutes. After the other instrument is operational, convert the lanes back to their original configuration by using the same procedure to re-establish dual input/output lane operation. Before powering down the Twin System, use the switch rack lane procedure to keep one instrument operational. Offline Methods Option Offline Methods Option Use this procedure to troubleshoot a single method. Samples with that method ordered are directed to the instrument that is able to perform the test, while you are troubleshooting the method on the other instrument. Also use this feature if the Twin System has non-identical test menus and off-line methods. This is an easy way to add the method to the test menu on that instrument. The Dimension Vista® system software allows flexibility for method programming and troubleshooting. Note: If a method is disabled, it is disabled on both instruments. Controlled Shutdown Controlled Power Shutdown Always ensure each instrument status is in System Ready or Paused to ensure the workload is completed before powering down. To restart the software on one instrument, you must first perform the Switch Rack Lane procedure to continue operating with input and output lanes available. A yellow alert will display to remind the operator. Proceed to Respond to the Dialog, a new option to select Left, Both or Right instrument to be shutdown in order to restart with available software. Follow the Controlled Power Shutdown procedure in the iGuide. When a complete Controlled Power Shutdown is necessary, both instruments are powered down as a single system. For Startup, if both instruments are powered down, always turn on the power switch on the left instrument first, then the right instrument. The restored power will automatically launch the software for both instruments. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Twin error messages: Sample transfer shuttle assembly Mechanical or Sensor Error on Track One Instrument is Paused Note: Reset both instruments after troubleshooting steps are performed. Error Messages Learn how to identify and recover from Twin Errors. Tab TitleTextSample Rack Errors Rack Load Failed Error caused by a mechanical or sensor error on the track. Rack Unload Failed Error caused by a lost sample rack between the server and the track. Sample Rack Transferred Failed Error caused by a rack transfer failed on both instruments. For recovery from the 3 Errors, reset both Dimension Vista® instruments. Mechanical or Sensor Error on Track Mechanical or Sensor Error on Track The "Reset Both" error is an error on the left instrument. The right instrument simultaneously displays a “Rack Transfer Failed on Other Instrument, Reset Both” error. This occurs when the pallet and the rack fail to transfer from the Left instrument to the Right instrument. To recover, reset both Dimension Vista® instruments. This will eject the stranded sample rack. Pause Error Pause Error The Pause Error is caused by pressing the Dimension Vista® pause button on either instrument when the transfer shuttle is active. To recover, reset both Dimension Vista® instruments. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.