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MOBILETT Elara Max Turnover Workbook

Workbook for on-site turnovers and applications training of the MOBILETT Elara Max system

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Contact Information Summary...........................................................................................................................2 II. Contents ..................................................................................................................................................................3 III Course Description ................................................................................................................................................4 III Agenda......................................................................................................................................................................5 1. Day One: System Introduction.......................................................................................................................... 6 1.1 Objectives ....................................................................................................................................................... 6 1.2 System Start-up and Shutdown .............................................................................................................. 6 1.3 Emergency Stop............................................................................................................................................ 6 1.4 Wireless Detectors.........................................................................................................................................7 1.5 Control and Display Panel .......................................................................................................................12 1.6 Remote Control (Optional).......................................................................................................................13 1.7 Arm System...................................................................................................................................................13 1.8 X-ray Tube Assembly..................................................................................................................................14 1.9 Exposure Release.........................................................................................................................................14 1.10 System Movement.....................................................................................................................................15 1.11 FLC and Performing Patient Exams ......................................................................................................16 1.12 Flurorospot Compact (FLC) Training....................................................................................................17 2. Day Two: System Overview.............................................................................................................................. 23 2.1 Objectives ..................................................................................................................................................... 23 2.2 PEX Editor .................................................................................................................................................... 23 2.3 Perform Patient Exams..............................................................................................................................27 3. Day Three: Review.............................................................................................................................................. 28 3.1 Objectives ..................................................................................................................................................... 28 3.2 Review Day One and Day Two ............................................................................................................... 28 3.3 Question & Answer Session .................................................................................................................... 28 3.4 Customer Care Center............................................................................................................................... 28 3 III Course Description Course Overview: The purpose of this training is to enable end users to effectively operate the Elara Max at its optimal level. Proper use of system functions and features will empower operators with precise workflow, ease of use, and user satisfaction. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: Correctly perform start-up and shutdown procedures • Identify the key hardware features of the MOBILETT Elara Max system • Utilize the FLC (Fluorospot Compact) imaging system • Utilize the PEX Editor for setting up site specific examinations • Utilize post-processing functions to optimize image impression • Successfully send images to the archiving station • 4 III Agenda Day One System use FLC (FluroSpot Compact) System workflow Additional FLC functionality Perform patient exams Day Two PEX Editor Corresponding tabs Tube Wireless Detector Perform patient exams Day Three Additional practice with the system Review content Image quality review Q&A 5 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 1. Day One: System Introduction 1.1 Objectives Notes By the end of this section, the technologist will be able to: Correctly perform start-up and shutdown procedures • Identify the key hardware features of the Elara Max system • Follow the basic system workflow • Examine the tabs and subtask cards available in the Fluorospot Compact • 1.2 System Start-up and Shutdown Start-up Under normal circumstances, the MOBILETT Elara Max is dependent upon a regular supply of power. If the device remains without power for a long period of time (e.g. several days), both the system batteries and detector battery will use their charge completely. This can require the assistance of a service technician, and under some circumstances, complete battery replacement. A warm-up period of 60-120 minutes is recommended if the system battery has been depleted. This is recommended to avoid a reduction in image quality. Press the Power ON/OFF button on the console. 105 X X 0.63 STOP ... MOBILETT Elara Max Shut Down In both key switch and keypad variations of the MOBILETT Elara Max system, if the Fluorospot Compact (FLC) and generator are on, turning off the system will actually shut down all components of the system (i.e. the FLC shuts down along with the generator and the system will be immobilized (no driving)). 1. Turn the key to the O (Off) position if there is a key switch (optional) or press the Power ON/OFF button on the control panel if there is a keypad. 1.3 Emergency Stop Press the Emergency Stop button to immediately stop radiation and motorized movement of the MOBILETT Elara Max system. The screen saver will appear and the control and display panel will show EMER STOP. The system will not shut down or 6 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max disconnect from the battery or mains connection when the Emergency Stop button has Notes been pressed. To unlock the Emergency Stop button, turn the button clockwise until it snaps back into the normal position. You will then be able to continue using the system as normal. 105 063 STOP MOBILETT Elara Max 1.4 Wireless Detectors The Elara Max includes options for both the MAX Wi-D and MAX Mini detectors. MAX Wi-D Size: 34.8 cm x 42.4 cm Weight: 3.3 kg/7.2 lbs Max Load: 150 kg/330 lbs (pt recumbent) 100 kg/220 lbs (pt standing) MAX UND Battery: 6.5 hours battery life Charging Time 90 minutes charging time for 80% battery capacity Pixel Size: 148 micron Area: 13.7 in x 16.7 in MAX Mini Size: 22.5 cm x 28.4 cm Weight: 1.6 kg/3.5 lbs Max Load: 150 kg/330 lbs (pt recumbent) 100 kg/220 lbs (pt standing) Battery: 6.5 hours battery life Charging Time 3 hours charging time for 100% battery capacity Pixel Size: 148 micron Area: 8.9 in x 11.2 in 7 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 1.4.1 Detector Indicators Notes Detector indicators provide status on internal functions, Wi-Fi status, battery status, infrared sensor, and power. These indicators are located near the handle. (5) (4) C (1) (2) (3) (1) Detector status LED (2) Wi-Fi status LED (3) Battery status LED (4) Infrared sensor needed for attachment of a detector (MAXswap) (5) Power button / Short push = wake up / Long push = switch off/on 1.4.2 Battery Charger The battery of the MAX Wi-D will begin charging when the detector is properly inserted into the holder at the back of the unit. This will be indicated by a blinking battery LED located on the detector (see above). As long as the system batteries hold a charge, the MAX Wi-D will also be charged when the chassis is switched off and not connected to mains power. Ensure that the detector is placed in the holder carefully and in the correct orientation (handle up, detector front showing to the operator and backside showing to the unit). The MAX Wi-D and MAX mini can both be charged using the external battery charger (optional). Batteries of the MAX mini can only be charged in the external battery charger. If the MAX mini is urgently needed but is low on battery, you can swap batteries with the MAX Wi-D. If the battery of the detector is completely empty, charge it and wait at least 1 hour. The detector needs to warm-up for at least 1-2 hours to achieve good image quality. Do not remove the detector battery from the detector directly after acquisition or during image recovery. The image could get lost in the transfer. 8 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 1.4.3 Battery Charger (optional) Notes (1) (4) (2) (3) (1) Charger (3) 4 charging LEDs for each battery (2) Batteries (4) Power input with green power indicator The battery charger is designed to insert a battery in only one direction. (1) g Insert the battery into the charger as shown above. Pay attention to the alignment identification (1) on the battery and the charging slot. Gently push the battery onto the connector. Once the battery is in place correctly, the bottom green LED will begin blinking. 1.4.3.1 LED Status (Battery Charger) Each charging slot will have its own LED light. When there is no battery to be charged, the LED light will be off. There is 1 bottom LED light (that can be orange or green) and 3 green LEDs. For each charging slot, there are 4 LEDs. When there is no battery to be charged, all LEDS should be off. There is 1 bottom LED (orange or green) and 3 green LEDs. Charging levels 0-25% 25-50% 50-75% 75-100% 100% Fault signal 9 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max The orange or Fault LED indicates that the battery is not inserted correctly. Remove Notes the battery and insert it again correctly. If the problem persists, the battery may be damaged. If the power LED is not green, check the power supply. If no charging LEDs are active, it could mean that the no battery is inserted or the battery is inserted incorrectly. Try reinserting the battery or check to see if the connectors are not damaged or the battery is not faulty. 1.4.4 Changing the Battery 1. Open the locking system of the battery. 2. Remove the discharged battery. 3. Orient the charged battery in the correct position; battery connector (1) facing the detec- tor connector (2). (1) (2) 4. Slide the new battery in the recess area of the device and push down into place. 5. Close the locking system of the battery and push down the latch. The detector should start automatically. NOTE: Before using the detector, wait for all LEDs to be green. 1.4.5 Clip-on Grid The clip-on grid can be used with the MAX Wi-D detector when needed. When not in use, remove the clip-on grid from the detector and store it in a safe place where it cannot fall, such as the grid holder. Clip-on grids for MAX Wi-D will have either a 5:1 or a 15:1 grid ratio. Both will have a focus of 45 inches. Clip on grids for MAX Mini will have a 5:1 grid ratio, with a focus of 45 inches. 10 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 1.4.5.1 Attaching/Removing the grids Notes 1. Insert the detector into the slot on the back of the grid, with the front of the detector fac- ing the same direction as the front of the grid. 2. Push the detector gently down against the loading springs and let it slide smoothly into the clip-on grid and let go. 1) (1) Clip-on grid for MAX Wi-D 00 (2) Detector MAX Wi-D 2 3. Ensure that the grid unit is locked and the LED lights show through the LED openings on the grid. 4. To remove the grid, press the detector gently down against the loading springs of the grid and pull the detector out. 1.4.6 Connecting/Disconnecting the MAX Detector to the System A MAX detector can only be connected to your system if it has been registered for your system by its serial number and if it has been calibrated for use with your system. 1. Hold the MAX detector with the side of the lEDs to the infrared sensor. All of the lEDs on the detector will start to blink orange then green. 2. The detector can be moved away from the infrared sensor when the LEDs stop blinking. 3. Select the Yes button to attach the detector. Wait a few seconds and a message will indi- cate that the detector has been successfully attached. Detector attachment Do you want to attach this portable detector? Detector type:MAX mini, Serial number: 1237E2 Yes Cancel 11 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Disconnecting the Detector Notes In Patient Mode, open the MAX Detector Overview page on the FLC to display the available MAX detectors. Select Disconnect for the desired MAX detector. Detector overview + Portable Detectors Default Type for Free Exposures MAX Wi-D MAX mini MAX wi-D Detector Type 43 x 35 cm MAX mini 24 x 30 cm Serial number S/N:1313MO S/N:1313M5 Batery Signal Actual Position Free Free Disconnect Das 2019 Disconne Calibration due Firmwar Up-to-date Up-to-date Fixed Detectors Detector Type MAX static 43x43 cm Calibration due 13-03-2019 Position Wallstan Close 1.5 Control and Display Panel (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 3 - 5 6 KV mAs (1a) (1) Numeric keypad with LOCK button (1a) (2) kV display (3) mAs display (4) Light Localizer button (5) Low Charge battery indicator (red LED 1) (6) Battery indicator (Yellow LED bars) (7) Mains Operation LED display (yellow) (8) Radiation display with 2 LEDs Upper LED: ready for X-ray (green) • Lower LED: radiation (yellow) • 12 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 1.6 Remote Control (Optional) Notes (1) Battery charge display - lights up as soon as the battery is low and needs replacing (1) (2) Radiation preparation IR )) (3) Exposure release (2) 3) (4) Collimator light ON/OFF button Press to switch the light localizer on and off (4) Interferences with other systems may occur if other infrared remote control systems are within range. Switch off any other infrared remote control systems that are within view. If your facility uses more than one MOBILETT Elara Max system, Siemens Service will make sure that their remote controls are encoded to control only the respective system. 1.7 Arm System The MOBILETT Elara Max has a double articulated arm with a counterbalance. The X-ray tube assembly and articulated arm remain in the set position without additional locks. (1) ·(2) (7) 4) - (3) ... ............ ( 5) -> (6) (1) X-ray tube assembly (5) Exposure release button (2) Arm system (6) Transport safety device (3) Holder for lead apron (7) Buttons for fine adjustment of the system (4) Radiation display 13 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 1.8 X-ray Tube Assembly Notes (1) Protractors (7) (8)(9) (1) (1) (2) (3) (5) (6) (6) (10) (4) (2) SID tape measure (3) Collimator (4) DAP ionization chamber (5) Light localizer button ON/OFF (on both sides) (6) Collimator adjustment knobs (7) Move forward (8) Deadman switch (9) Move backward (10) Handles for adjusting the X-ray tube assembly and arm system 1.9 Exposure Release Exposures are released via a two-stage manual button. (1) (2) (3) (1) Starting position (2) Preparation (2.5 second duration - ready after two short beeps) (3) Exposure (Duration is as long as the radiation indicator is lit & the signal sounds) 14 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Preparation Notes Before each exposure, check the Fluorospot Compact screen should display the status message “Ready” with a green check mark or that the radiation lights on the articulated arm are green to indicate the system is ready for exposure. 1. Press the button up to the first pressure point. This activates the preparation phase for the exposure. The green ready indicator goes out and only lights again when the rotational anode has reached its full speed (after approx. 2.5 seconds). This is indicated via four short acoustic signals. The generator is now ready for exposure release. If an exposure is not released within 15 seconds, preparation • is automatically discontinued and the message WARN 205 is displayed. 2. Press the button up to the second pressure point. The yellow radia- tion indicator is lit during exposure. This visual radiation display lasts longer than the actual exposure so that the operator sees it even during very brief exposures. The end of an exposure is indi- cated by a longer acoustic signal. 3. Keep the button pressed until the end of the exposure is indicated. The exposure button can also be pressed directly to the second pressure point (3). In this case, an exposure is released as soon as the anode has reached its full speed, i.e., after approx. 2.5 seconds. NOTE: The image shown here on the right, depicts the actual exposure release button (on top). The button on the front activates the collimator light. 1.10 System Movement Movement control includes a function that prevents uncontrolled acceleration of the MOBILETT Elara Max. Uncontrolled acceleration may occur, for example, on slopes or if the MOBILETT Elara Max is moved faster by force. The power supply to the motor is interrupted until the MOBILETT Elara Max decelerates. This prevents possible accidents in the event that the operator loses control of the system. As long as motor operation is active, radiation release and detector charging are disabled. (1) (2) (1) Handle for direction and speed control (2) Safety switch (back of handle) Push the handle in the desired direction of travel to control the device. Increase the pressure to control the movement speed. 15 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Push the handle forward while keeping the safety switch pressed Notes • For changing the direction, push the handle backward while keeping the safety • switch pressed If the MOBILETT Elara Max does not move: Check whether the device is switched on • Charge the batteries, if needed • 1.10.1 Movement without the Motor The system can be moved even if the motor drive is not available. Pull the lever on the detector side of the unit. This permanently deactivates the automatic brake mechanism so that the device can be moved manually. When the drive is disengaged, the system is no longer stopped automatically. 1.11 FLC and Performing Patient Exams Patient Examination Postprocessing Documentation The Fluorspot Compact (FLC) has 4 modes. Each mode is available on a task card. They include the following: Patient Task Card This mode includes study lists, input of patient data (registering a patient) and archiving. It also includes basic settings. Examination Task Card The Examination mode includes organ programs and parameter selection as well as image acquisition. Postprocessing Task Card The Postprocessing mode includes image manipulation, review as well as postprocessing tools. Documentation Task Card The Documentation mode includes image review, image and exam archiving, as well as sending hard copies and DICOM information. 16 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 1.12 Flurorospot Compact (FLC) Training Notes Patient Tab Pre-registered and Examined Patient tabs • Patient subtask card • Patient Settings Service + X RIS RIS Settings subtask card • Patient Settings Service ? FXI 17 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Service subtask card Notes • Patient Settings Service Network Manager NOTE: Some icons may not be seen on all systems as they are options Tools subtask card • Tools RIS/PACS Examination Tab Acquisition parameters • Target none KV 40 + mAs 0.5 + 18 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Tools subtask card Notes • Tools Postprocessing Tab Process subtask card • Process. Graphics Rad Process. Graphics Rad R R 41:1 R BR R Graphics subtask card • Process. Graphics Rad XYZ 19 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Rad subtask card Notes • Process. Graphics Rad Auto-cropping Set black Auto-window Amplification 2.0 Auto as cropped 4 Image subtask card • Image Tools - Tool subtask card • Image Tools IQ 20 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Documentation Tab Notes Select subtask card • Select Film Send Film subtask card • Select Film Send Printer PaperPrinter Name defaultPaper Size A5 Layout 1x1 PaperPrinter, defaultPaper Scale 100% Auto Override configured settings % 100 Copies Anonymous Hide Text 21 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Send subtask card Notes • Select Film Send Target 1 Store Target 2 Target 3 Send Exam Protocol as: SC image DICOM Dose SR Override configured settings Tool subtask card • Tools + 22 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 2. Day Two: System Overview 2.1 Objectives Notes Review the Fluorospot Compact tabs and subtask cards • Explore features and functions available in the PEX Editor • Perform a patient exam using the MOBILETT Elara Max • Successfully send images to the archiving station • 2.2 PEX Editor The Programs and Exams Editor or PEX Editor is a tool for viewing and editing organ programs and exams stored on the PEX database. It allows users to define organ programs (OGPs), define exams that consist of one or more organ program as well as define parameter sets for filming layouts that can be used within exams. The setup of workflow parameters is also done in the PEX Editor. Opening the PEX Editor 1. From the Patient Task Card, select the Settings Subtask Card. 2. Click the PEX Editor icon. Patient Settings Service EXI Programs and Exams Editor Login Viewing only Customer O SIEMENS Password Ok Ok 3. When the logon screen appears, select the Siemens radio button. 4. Enter the password provided by the Applications Specialist during on-site training. 5. Click the OK button. 23 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Exam Tab Notes The PEX Editor opens on the Exam subtask card. Exam Organ Program Fluoro Program Param. Module Configuration OGP View Examination View 9_Peri_Template (d) DEFOGRAM_S(d) C Abdomen, left side pos. (d) DISCOGRAM_S(d) C C-spine lat (d) ELBOW 2 VIEW BILATERAL_S(d) C CASSETTE (d) Insert OGP ELBOW 2 VIEW LEFT_S(d) C Femural neck axial (d) X ELBOW AP Left (d) C Hip (d) X ELBOW LAT Left (d) C Hip, with grid (d) X ELBOW Left 0-3yrs (d) C Humerus lat (d) X ELBOW Left 4-12yrs (d) C Patella tangential (d) C CASSETTE (d) C Pelvis (d) FV E ELBOW 2 VIEW RIGHT_S(d) C Pelvis, with grid (d) ELBOW 3 VIEW BILATERAL_S(d) CPortable lung (d) C Portable lung, with grid (d) Remove OGP ELBOW 3 VIEW LEFT_S(d) ELBOW 3 VIEW RIGHT_S(d) ..... C Shoulder (d) ELBOW ARTHROGRAM_S(d) C Shoulder axial (d) ENTEROCLYSIS_S(d) Group by O Name Body Part Acq. type Sort by O Name Body Part Acq. type Exam Parameters Default Exams OGP Parameters ExamName ELBOW 2 VIEW LEFT_S Name for RIS ELBOW 2 VIEW LEFT_S DICOM Modality Entering Exam Names The Examination View is located on the right side of the screen in the Exam tab. This is where the names can be created or modified to match the RIS Exam Names ( a copy of the RIS Exam Names should be supplied by the site). Exam Organ Program Fluoro Program Param. Module Configuration OGP View Examination View 9_Peri_Template (d) DEFOGRAM_S(d) C Abdomen, left side pos. (d) DISCOGRAM_S(d) ............ C C-spine lat (d) ELBOW 2 VIEW BILATERAL_S(d) ...... ...... C CASSETTE (d) Insert OGP ELBOW 2 VIEW LEFT_S(d) C Femural neck axial (d) X ELBOW AP Left (d) C Hip (d) .... X ELBOW LAT Left (d) C Hip, with grid (d) ..... X ELBOW Left 0-3yrs (d) C Humerus lat (d) X ELBOW Left 4-12yrs (d) .... C Patella tangential (d) C CASSETTE (d) C Pelvis (d) ELBOW 2 VIEW RIGHT_S(d) C Pelvis, with grid (d) ELBOW 3 VIEW BILATERAL_S(d) C Portable lung (d) C Portable lung, with grid (d) Remove OGP #ME ELBOW 3 VIEW LEFT_S(d) ELBOW 3 VIEW RIGHT_S(d) ..... C Shoulder (d) ELBOW ARTHROGRAM_S(d) .... C Shoulder axial (d) ENTEROCLYSIS_S(d) ..... Group by O Name Body Part Acq. type Sort by O Name Body Part Acq. type Exam Parameters Default Exams OGP Parameters ExamName XRF 2 V ELBOW Name for RIS XRF 2 V ELBOW DICOM Modality 1. Click on an Exam name that is similar to the name in the RIS worklist 2. Enter the name from the RIS list into the Name for RIS field. 3. Copy then paste this name into the Examination View field (Ctrl + C to copy and Ctrl + V to paste). 24 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 4. Click the Store button if the name was modified. This will overwrite the current Examina- Notes tion View. OR - - 5. Click the Store as New button if a new name is created. This will create a new Examina- tion View and leave the selected View unaltered. CHIP (a) ELBUW 2 VIEW BILA I ERAL_S(0) C Hip, with grid (d) ..... ELBOW 2 VIEW LEFT_S(d) C Humerus lat (d) ..... .... X ELBOW AP Left (d) C Patella tangential (d) X ELBOW LAT Left (d) ..... .... C Pelvis (d) ..... ..... X ELBOW Left 0-3yrs (d) C Pelvis, with grid (d) ...... ..... X ELBOW Left 4-12yrs (d) C Portable lung (d) C Portable lung, with grid (d) Remove OGP C CASSETTE (d) FM ELBOW 2 VIEW RIGHT_S(d) C Shoulder (d) ELBOW 3 VIEW BILATERAL_S(d) ..... C Shoulder axial (d) ELBOW 3 VIEW LEFT_S(d) Group by O Name Body Part Acq. type Sort by O Name Body Part Acq. type Exam Parameters Default Exams OGP Parameters ExamName XRF 2 V ELBOW Name for RIS XRF 2 V ELBOW DICOM Modality Add to favorites Filming Layout Network Node 1 Default Network Node Exam level OGP level Network Node 2 Fluoro Network Node 3 Rad Camera Default camera O Auto Scale Auto Scale Autosending Never for this exam 1 % % Automatically switch to next OGP after acquisition Store as new Store Delete Modifying / Creating Organ Programs The OGP View is located on the left side of the screen in the Exam tab. This is where organ programs can be modified or created. When creating or modifying organ programs, be mindful to pick the correct prefix. C = Cassette Exposure (CR or Film) X = Free Exposure (Wireless Detector) 1. Double-click on the organ program to be modified. 2. The Organ Program subtask card will display. 3. In the Program Name field, remove the (d) and enter the new or modified name. 4. Adjust any Exposure parameters or settings. 25 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 5. Click the Store button if editing the organ program or Store as New if creating a new Notes organ program. Exam Organ Program Fluoro Program Param. Module Configuration Body Part Examined ELBOW Alternative Acquisition Programs Program Name X ELBOW AP LT T ELBOW AP Left (d) W ELBOW AP Left (d) Acquisition Mode DR RAD Acquisition Type Free Exposure x - Ray Parameters Image Processing Parameters Presettings Mark Image Fluoro Program Set none Auto-cropping Standard Set Black PT Position Not defined Defined size as cropped Laterality Not Defined MField Amplification 2.0 V Auto View position Not Defined 1 pt Gradation Parameters Anatomically Correct View 1 pt with ext. exp. Flip No change O 2 pt 4 Extremity/Skul 3 pt Invert (Image) 3 pt with AEC Spatial Frequency Parameters KV 53.5 00 0 90 180 @ 270 2.5 Extremities - HC Rolate MAS Label ms EXI Values R Exp. Correction EP default Dose 2.54 Sensitivity 400 Windowing Stand Parameters Tube Load 80 % Width Factor Auto TOD not defined Focus Center Shift cm Window Center 2000 + Grid No value cm Filter Type 0.0 Cu mm x 6.3 =inches Window Width 2500€ Collimator 7.48 Stand Position T FOOT END Top Alignment SID Tracking Tracking Anatomic order number 0 Store Store as new Print Delete previous next Close Adding an OGP View to the Examination View 1. On the right side of the Exam tab, select the Examination View. This will be the “destina- tion” for the OGP you select next. (e.g. XRF 2 V ELBOW(d)) 2. On the left side, select the individual OGP to be added to the Examination View. (e.g. X ELBOW LAT Left (d)) 3. Click the Insert OGP button. 4. To remove an OGP from an Examination View, select the OGP from the Examination View window on the right side of the Exam tab. 5. Click on the Remove OGP button. The order of the OGP views can be adjusted using the up and down arrows to the of the Examination View window. Exam Organ Program Fluoro Program Param. Module Configuration OGP View Examination View V X CLAVICLE AP (d) CLAVICLE RIGHT_S(d) X CLAVICLE AP Left (d) CYSTOGRAM_S(d) X CLAVICLE AP Right (d) daily quality control(d) X CLAVICLE Left 0-3yrs (d) X CLAVICLE Right 0-3yrs (d) Insert OGP DEFOGRAM_S(d) DISCOGRAM_S(d) X CLAVICLE TANGENTIAL (d) ELBOW 2 VIEW BILATERAL_S(d) X CLAVICLE TANGENTIAL Left (d) XRF 2 V ELBOW(O) X CLAVICLE TANGENTIAL Right (d) X ELBOW AP Left (d) X ELBOW 0-3yrs (d) X ELBOW Left 0-3yrs (d) X ELBOW 4-12yrs (d) ELBOW Left 4-12yrs (d) X ELBOW AP (d) C CASSETTE (d) X ELBOW AP Left (d) X ELBOW LAT Left (d) X ELBOW AP Right (d) Remove OGP ELBOW 2 VIEW RIGHT_S(d) X ELBOW LAT (d) ELBOW 3 VIEW BILATERAL_S(d) X ELBOW LAT Left (d) ELBOW 3 VIEW LEFT_S(d) TTTTTTTTTTTTTT Group by @ Name Body Part Acq. type Sort by @ Name Body Part Acq. type 26 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max When selected, the Automatically switch to next OGP after acquisition checkbox Notes allows the next OGP view to populate automatically. This will need to be selected then saved for each applicable OGP View. PEX Editor Backup A backup of the PEX Editor database should be made after any changes are made. 1. Select the Configuration tab within the PEX Editor. 2. Click on the Backup/Export button. Exam Organ Program Fluoro Program Param. Module Configuration Inits for Password Collimator Size cm inches Change Password Reset Customer Password Data Type Selection Siemens Default Database Export /Import Language English Backup / Export Restore / Import Merge Image Converter O Flat detector Include RIS Names Image intensifier 3. Select the C or D drive. This will back up the PEX Editor database to the local hard drive. Each drive can hold 10 backup databases. 4. Click on the Go button. 2.3 Perform Patient Exams 27 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max 3. Day Three: Review 3.1 Objectives Notes Recall content from Day 1 and Day 2 • Perform patient exams using the MOBILETT Elara Max • Recall Siemens Customer Care Center contact information • 3.2 Review Day One and Day Two 3.3 Question & Answer Session 3.4 Customer Care Center 1-800-888-7436 Functional Location Number (FL#) • Phone tree options • 28 Turnover Workbook | MOBILETT Elara Max Notes 29 On account of certain regional limitations of sales rights and service availability, we cannot guarantee that all products included in this brochure are available through the Siemens sales organization worldwide. Availability and packaging may vary by country and is subject to change without prior notice. Some/All of the features and products described herein may not be available in the United States. 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