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Dimension Vista® System Daily Setup Online Training

Daily Setup includes tasks that prepare the instrument for daily use and updating the Daily Setup Log every 24 hours to maintain required documentation for your laboratory. This clinical laboratory training qualifies for continuing education units (CEU).

Welcome to the Dimension Vista® System Daily Setup OnlineTraining course. Daily Setup includes tasks that prepare the instrument for daily use. To accommodate your initial run, check all consumables daily and replenish those that are low to ensure that the system has sufficient supplies To accommodate your daily workload, look for red or yellow alerts in the System Status area on the touchscreen monitor. Select the alert to quickly navigate to a specific software screen, where you can perform the task that will remove the alert To maintain required documentation for your laboratory, update the Daily Setup Log every 24 hours Select Next to continue.   Clean and inspect the Sample area Record Daily Setup results and actions Replenish supplies as part of the visual inspection and system alerts Review temperature readings Run a Probe Test Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: Select Next to continue. Congratulations. You have completed the Dimension Vista® Daily Setup 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. Replenish supplies as part of the visual inspection and system alerts: Load Aliquot Plates LOCI®  Reaction Vessels Cuvettes Waste A and B IMT Consumables System Fluids Reagent Flex® cartridges Calibrator vials QC vials                            During Daily Setup, there are nine main areas that are reviewed visually to prepare the instrument for daily processing.  Visually inspect these areas and replenish supplies where needed to ensure minimal downtime and keep the system running efficiently. Checking the IMT consumables daily ensures that the IMT system has sufficient fluids to calibrate and process samples accurately.  The Dimension Vista® System software alerts you when the remaining level of a fluid has reached a level that requires attention.  Checking the System Fluids daily ensures that the Dimension Vista® System has sufficient fluids to keep the sample reagent and cuvette washer probes clean and sufficient diluent onboard for dilutions.  The software alerts you when the remaining level of a fluid has reached a level that requires attention.  Checking the Reagent Needs daily ensures that the Dimension Vista® System has sufficient reagent onboard to process samples without any delay in processing.  The software alerts you daily when needs are not met. Checking the Calibrator Needs daily ensures that the Dimension Vista® System has sufficient calibrator onboard to perform calibrations during Nightly Activities.  The software alerts you daily when needs are not met. Checking the QC Needs daily ensures that the Dimension Vista® System has sufficient QC material onboard to process scheduled QC.  The software alerts you daily when needs are not met. Review Temperature Readings: Checking the temperatures daily ensures the system is maintaining accurate temperatures needed for daily processing. The Dimension Vista® System self adjusts to the laboratory environment and no manual calibration is required.  Clean and inspect sample area: Cleaning the Sample area ensures smooth sample rack transfer.  Run a Probe Test: Running a Probe Test daily ensures the probes are properly aligned, free of leaks, and that proper air pressure is present at all of the drains on the system. Record Daily Setup Results and Actions: Now that all tasks are completed, they can be stored electronically with a date and time stamp to be retrieved at a later time eliminating the need for paper documentation.  The Probe Test results are stored automatically, but the other tasks are recorded as they are performed. Select Next to continue.     Cleaning the Sample Area should be done as part of Daily Setup. Inspecting frequently used Sample Racks should also be done as part of Daily Setup. Clean and Inspect the Sample Lane Area Learn how to clean and inspect the Sample Lane area. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentClean Sample LanesHTML Clean Sample area and lanes. Note: Be sure to use soft gauze moistened with Distilled Water. Select each checkbox to learn more about cleaning and inspecting the Sample area and lanes.  Inspect Sample RacksHTML Visually inspect frequently used Sample Racks Note: If Sample Racks need to be cleaned use soap and water. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.    As part of Daily Setup, and during the slowest part of the day, you should perform a visual inspection and check system alerts within the Supplies Screen.  The following nine main areas require visual inspection and system alerts checks: Aliquot Plates LOCI® Reaction Vessels Cuvettes Waste A and B IMT Consumables System Fluids Reagent Flex® cartridges Calibrator vials QC vials   Select Next to continue. Following a visual inspection, load the Aliquot Plates where needed. Tip:  For the system to run most efficiently there should be Aliquot Plates in each bay.  Inspect and Replenish Aliquot Plates Learn how to visually inspect and replenish Aliquot Plates.   Select the play arrow to begin the video.  When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.    Following a visual inspection, load LOCI® Reaction Vessels as needed. Tip:  Do not fill past the red fill line. Load LOCI® Reaction Vessels Learn how to visually inspect and replenish LOCI® reaction vessels.   Select the play arrow to begin the video.  When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.    Included here are the Core Message Statements for Hemostasis, Hemostasis Instruments, and Hemostasis Reagents.  Following a visual inspection, load cuvette cartridges as needed.  Tip:  Cuvette alerts do not appear until the total supply is less than two cartridges. Replace Cuvette Cartridges Select this link to learn how to replace cuvette cartridges. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentNavigate to Supplies ScreenSimulationInstructions:If the media does not automatically start, select the play arrow to begin.Flash File:/content/generator/Course_90003672/SIM_Vista_NavigateToSuppliesScreenHTML5_800x640_9/SIM_Vista_NavigateToSuppliesScreenHTML5_800x640_9.swfHTML5 File:/content/generator/Course_90003672/SIM_Vista_NavigateToSuppliesScreenHTML5_800x640_9/index.htmlPDF File:Load Cuvette CartridgeHTML   Note:  The Dimension Vista® System can hold up to six cartridges.  Each cartridge contains 240 cuvettes.  Select the play arrow to begin the video.  Select Cartridge ReplacedHTML Note:  After selecting Cartridge Replaced, the counters are automatically updated to 240.  Select FinishHTML   Note:  Be sure to address all of the cartridge needs before you select Finish. When complete, select the X in the upper-corner to close the window and continue.   Some test methods run on the analyzer need to be calibrated prior to using a new reagent lot number. The system analyzes serial dilutions of a reference standard and plots the data to create a standard curve. The standard curve calculates patient and QC results for Fibrinogen, D-Dimer, and other assays that report results in concentration or percent activity. In this course, you'll learn about the Standard Curve screen and how to calibrate on the Sysmex® CS-5100 system. Select the link below to learn about calibrating on the Sysmex® CS-5100 system and key customer benefits. To prevent jams, Waste containers A and B are emptied daily. Waste Container A contains reagent Flex® cartridges and aliquot plates Waste Container B contains used LOCI® reaction vessels and cuvettes Empty Waste Containers A & B Learn how to empty Waste Containers A & B. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentSelect SetupHTML   Select Setup. Select each checkbox to learn how to Empty Waste Containers A and B.  Select SuppliesHTML Select Supplies.  Empty Waste AHTML   Empty Waste A. Note:  As Waste container A is removed, an alert will trigger.  Empty Waste BHTML Empty Waste B Note:  As Waste container B is removed, an alert will trigger.   Respond to DialogueHTML   Respond to Dialogue. Note: When the waste containers are removed and an alert appears in the Status area, a warning box displays on the screen and the status button turns red. The operator must respond to the “Did You Empty Waste A? Will Reset Counts to 0” dialog box by selecting Yes or No. It is important to select the Reset button each time the waste containers are emptied. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.   The Hemostasis Market has strong competition globally. Understanding our competitors in the market is key to your success.  You will want to know where their products are positioned in the different market segments and how they compete with our products in the areas of testing, volume and complexity.  Understanding the competitive situation is critical to your success as a Hemostasis Sales Representative.  Select next to continue. To inspect IMT consumables: Select Setup Select IMT Consumables Note: Check IMT Consumables daily and replace them if needed. Replace IMT Fluids Learn how to replace IMT Fluids. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentRespond to IMT AlertHTML   Select the IMT alert to navigate to the IMT Consumables screen. Select each checkbox to learn how to replace IMT fluids.  Identify NeedHTML IMT consumables have a numeric and color coded identifier and are uniquely keyed.  Select Replace Consumables button.  Pause IMT ProbeHTML   If you are replacing the V-LYTE Diluent, select the PAUSE IMT Probe button.  Replace IMT FluidsHTML   Select the play arrow to view the video.  Select Next to Complete ReplacementHTML Select Next to complete the IMT Consumable replacement.  Select FinishHTML   Select Finish to complete the IMT Consumable replacement. Note: This screen prompts the operator to “Push Containers Securely Into Holders” when a new IMT Fluid container is inserted. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.   Replace V-LYTE® Multisensor Learn how to replace V-LYTE® Mutisensor. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentRespond to IMT AlertHTML Select the IMT alert to navigate to the IMT Consumables screen.  Select each checkbox to learn how to replace the V-LYTE® Multisensor.  Identify NeedHTML   IMT consumables have a numeric and color coded identifier and are uniquely keyed.  Select Replace Consumables button.  Replace IMT V-LYTE® MultisensorHTML   Select the play arrow to view the video.  Select FinishHTML Select Finish to complete the IMT Consumable replacement. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.    Congratulations. You have completed the Sysmex CS-5100 System Key Messaging and sustainable benefits 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.  To inspect system fluids: Select Setup Select System Fluids Note: Check System Fluids daily and replace them if needed. Replace system Fluids Learn how to replace System Fluids. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentRespond to System Fluids AlertHTML Select the System Fluids alert to navigate to the System Fluids screen.  Select each checkbox to learn how to replace system fluids.  Identify NeedHTML System Fluids have a numeric and color coded identifier and are uniquely keyed. Select Replace Consumables button.  Replace FluidsHTML Select Replace Fluids.  If you are replacing the cuvette wash or either of the probe cleaners, tighten the cap as instructed on the screen, then select Next.  Replace System FluidHTML   Select the play arrow to begin the video.  Select NextHTML Select Next. If you are replacing the cuvette wash or either of the probe cleaners, loosen the cap as instructed on the screen.  Select FinishHTML Select Finish to complete the System Fluids replacement. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.   Review Reagent Needs daily: Select Setup Select Needs Select Reagent Cartridges Load any Flex® reagent cartridges displayed with a gray square Load Reagent Flex® cartridges Learn how to load reagent Flex® cartridges Load reagent Flex® cartridges: Position a reagent cartridge in the loader with the tapered end pointing left Press the Load button.  When complete select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Interpreting Reagent Needs Learn about interpreting reagent needs Symbol Symbol Description A Red circle indicates an immediate system need. A Yellow triangle indicates no immediate need, but some reagent, control product, or calibrator is needed to complete the tests for the next 24 hour period. This alert is used to set the level at which a predictive need becomes a near future need. A Gray square is a predictive need which indicates that some reagent, control product or calibrator is onboard, but not enough to complete the tasks scheduled for the next 24-hour period. When complete select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Review calibrator needs daily: Select Setup Select Needs Select Calibrator Vials Load any Calibrator vials displayed with a Gray Square Load Calibrator Vials Learn how to load Calibrator vials.   Load Calibrator Vials: Position a Calibrator Vial in the loader Press the Load button When complete select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Review QC Needs on a daily basis: Select Setup Select Needs Select QC Vials Load QC Vials displayed with a Gray square Load QC Vials Learn how to load QC vials.   Load QC Vials: Position a QC Vial in the loader Press the Load button When complete select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Probe Tests on the Dimension Vista® System: Can be configured during Off-Peak Activities Can be run manually during Daily Setup Run Probe Test Learn how to run a Probe Test manually during Daily Setup. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentPause the InstrumentHTML Select Operation > Pause to pause instrument.  Note: Be sure system displays System Paused in status area.  Select each checkbox to learn how to run a Probe Test.  Select System > Daily LogHTML Select System > Daily Log  Select Probe TestHTML   On the Daily Log screen, select Probe Test from the third tier menu.  Select Run Probe TestHTML On the Probe Test screen, select Run Probe Test. Caution: During a Probe Test the software is not accessible. Note:  After the Probe Test successfully completes, the system automatically resets itself. If the Probe Test fails, re-run the Probe Test.  If the test fails a second time, contact the Siemens Technical Solutions Center.   Review ResultsHTML Probe Test results are electronically recorded.  In addition, these results can be recorded on a Daily Setup Log sheet.  When complete select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.   Probe Test Results Learn about Probe Test Results. When complete select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue. Probe Test Results:   PASS No errors occurred and results were within specifications. FAIL Test completed but results were not within specifications.  A red alert will display. SKIP Test was not performed because module is currently performing another process. ERROR A mechanical error occurred.  A red alert will display. Gray Any grayed out area indicates the test is not applicable for that probe. Key steps to review temperature readings: Select System Select Daily Log Select Temperatures Review readings Select Next to continue. The following information is recorded electronically on the Daily Setup Log screen: Probe Test Temperatures Sample Lane cleaning Empty waste Replenish supplies Select System > Daily Log to record results.   Select Next to continue. Bienvenido al curso de capacitación en línea de descripción general del hardware de los sistemas de gases en sangre de la serie RAPIDLab 1200. La serie RAPIDLab 1200 está destinada a pruebas diagnósticas in vitro de pH, gases sanguíneos, electrolitos, hemoglobina total, las fracciones de hemoglobina correspondientes, bilirrubina total neonatal, glucosa y lactato en muestras de sangre arterial y venosa. En este curso aprenderá sobre los principales componentes de hardware y consumibles del sistema necesarios para operar el sistema. Seleccione Siguiente para continuar. Al finalizar con éxito este curso, usted podrá identificar las diferencias entre los cuatro sistemas RAPIDLab 1200, identificar los componentes de hardware del sistema y sus funciones, identificar los consumibles del sistema y localizar el número de serie del sistema. Seleccione Siguiente para continuar.