ADVIA Centaur® XP Immunoassay System User Interface Overview Online Training
User interface includes navigating through the key software screens to ensure ease in usability. This clinical laboratory training qualifies for continuing education units (CEU).
Perform this procedure when you have to replace a defective electrode. Some symptoms might include; low slope, poor control recovery or no output. Select Next to continue. Welcome to the ADVIA Centaur® XP Immunoassay System User Interface Online Training course. This User Interface course will familiarize you with the software in order to prepare you to navigate the system as you perform various operational functions. Select Next to review the course objectives. Locate and identify the functionality of the Applications PC Navigate the Online Help Function Navigate the User Interface Toolbar After completing this course, you will be able to: Select Next to continue. Congratulations. You have completed the ADVIA Centaur® XP User Interface 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. In this online training course, you have learned to: Navigate the User Interface Tool Bar Status buttons open windows that provide information on the condition of the system, supplies and reagents. Task buttons provide access to windows associated with specific tasks such as scheduling a calibration or defining QC ranges. Function buttons provide additional capabilities related to the workspace such as signing in, printing reports and closing all windows. Navigate the Online Help Function Online help is available by selecting the question mark on the upper left of any window, right-clicking on a field or using the Event Log. The question mark provides information about options available in the window or instructions on using the window Right-clicking provides specific information for the selected field The Event Log provides troubleshooting information. Locate and identify the functionality of the Application PC The APC can be accessed by pressing the QC button on the keyboard or the Exception button on the workspace. The Operator’s Guide, Assay IFUs and ADVIA QC are available on the APC. ADVIA QC is a software application that calculates statistics for QC processed on the instrument. Select Next to continue. System View Toolbar: Status buttons – System, Supplies, Sample, Reagent, Maintenance, Event Log Task buttons – Worklist, Quality Control, Calibration, Setup Function buttons – Close All, Sign In, Print System View Toolbar Learn about the System View Toolbar. Base ImageHotspotsText BlocksImage FileThe task buttons in the center provide access to windows associated with a specific task such as processing samples, defining QC, calibrating, and customizing the software to your laboratory needs. The status area buttons and fields on the left provide information about the entire system, specific system areas, supplies and reagents. The buttons change color from neutral to yellow or red to indicate that the system requires attention. Yellow - Indicates that a warning condition exists, such as a low supply. Red - Indicates that a critical condition exists, such as an empty supply.The function buttons on the right provide additional capabilities related to the workspace such as signing in, closing all open windows and requesting printed reports. Status Buttons: System status Date and time Supplies and Reagent status Sample status Maintenance and Event Log status Exception status Task buttons: Worklist menu QC menu Calibration menu Setup menu Function Buttons: Close All Sign In Print Status Buttons Learn about the Status buttons. Slide NumberText BlocksCalloutsAudio ScriptImage File1System Status Button: Monitors the condition of the system System Information: Indicates the software version Diagnostic Tools: Used to troubleshoot the instrument Turn System Mechanics Off: Removes power from the robotics Turn System Off: Removes power from the System computer Thermals: Lists all refrigerated and heated components and their status Select Next to continue.Note: If audio does not automatically start, select the play arrow in the top left to begin.The System Status button provides access to general system information such as software version and system condition. Diagnostic tools are also accessible from the Status button menu which is used to troubleshoot the instrument. Other options in the System Status menu include turning the system mechanics off, turning the system off and thermals. Select next to continue2Fields: Current Date and Time Current System Status: Ready – The system is ready to process samples Inprocess – The system is processing samples Cleaning – The system is performing the daily or monthly cleaning or priming Warming Up – The system is restarted. The thermals are equilibrating to the correct temperature Diagnostics – The Diagnostic Tools window is open Mechanics Off – Turn System Mechanics Off was selected in the System Status menu. Power is removed from the robotics Check Status – The system is not able to process samples because of a critical condition such as depleted supplies or a system error Cleaning Failed – The daily or monthly cleaning is incomplete Select Next to continue. CalloutsCurrent Date and TimeCurrent System StatusTo the right of the System status button, there are two information fields that display the current date and time and the current system status. System statuses include Ready, Inprocess, Cleaning, Warming Up, Diagnostics, Mechanics Off, Check status and cleaning failed. Select next to continue.3Supplies Status Button: Cuvettes: No Cuvette Detected (red) – the cuvette supply is depleted or an error in cuvette loading occurred and the system stopped sampling Tips: <120 Tips (yellow) – less than 120 sample tips are available Cuvette and Tip Waste: >80% Full (yellow) – the bin is more than 80% full Tip Tray Waste: >80% Full (yellow) – the waste area is more than 80% full Liquid Waste: Full, Using Reserve (yellow) – the bottle is full and the system is using the reserve Water, Acid, Base, Wash 1: Not Present, Using Reserve (yellow) – the bottle was removed and the system is using the reserve Select Next to continue.The Supplies Status button opens a window to display information about cuvette and tip supply and waste, system fluids, water and waste levels. This button will flash yellow to alert the operator when a supply or fluid is running low or a waste container is almost full. This button will flash red indicating that a supply and its reserve are depleted. The system will not start if a supply status is yellow. In this case, the system status will be Check Status. The system will display status messages in the field below the supply name. For a description of status messages for each supply and the procedure for replenishing the supply, move the pointer to the supply and right click. Select next to continue.4Reagent Status Button: Primary Reagent - Lists primary reagents on the system Ancillary Reagent - Lists ancillary reagents on the system Select Next to continue. The Reagent Status button opens a window to display information about the onboard primary and ancillary reagents. The button will flash yellow to alert the operator when reagents need attention. If a primary reagent requires attention or if no reagent requires attention when you select the Reagent Status button, the system displays the Primary reagent window. If ancillary reagent requires attention and you select the reagent status button, the ancillary reagent window is displayed. Select next to continue.5Sample Status Button: Indicates the status of samples in the Inprocess Queue: Aspirated (neutral) – All tests for this sample are aspirated No Barcode (yellow) – The system did not read the sample barcode No Request (yellow) – The system does not have test requests for the sample Clot Detected (yellow) – The system detected a clot in the sample LIS Query Pending (yellow) – A request to the LIS from the system for a worklist entry is pending Select Next to continue. The Sample Status button opens a window to display information about the status of samples in process. At the workspace, the sample status button changes to yellow to indicate that testing for a sample is not complete because of a problem with the sample. Select next to continue.6 Maintenance Button: Maintenance Status Button - flashes yellow to indicate overdue maintenance procedures Maintenance Schedule - displays the date the activity is due Maintenance Log - keeps track of when a procedure was performed and who was signed in Maintenance Definitions - define procedures unique to your laboratory Maintenance Procedures - review maintenance procedures Select Next to continue. The Maintenance status button opens a window that accesses the maintenance log, maintenance definition and maintenance procedures. The maintenance status button changes color to indicate the status of maintenance. Select next to continue7Exception Status Button Indicates when QC is out of range by turning yellow or red Switches to the Applications View Select Next to continue. The Exception Status button indicates when QC is out of range. When it is selected, you are directed to the Applications view where the ADVIA QC software is located. To learn more about ADVIA QC, access the Introduction to ADVIA QC online training course. Select next to continue8 Event Log Button: Flashes yellow to indicate that a system warning condition occurred. The system continues to operate but requires your attention. Flashes red to indicate that a system critical condition has occurred. The system stops and requires your attention. Provides online help Contains troubleshooting procedures When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.The Event Log button opens a window that displays the events that occurred on the system and provides access to online help and troubleshooting procedures. The event log button changes color to notify you of a system warning or critical condition. Task Buttons Learn about the Task buttons. Slide NumberText BlocksCalloutsAudio ScriptImage File1Worklist: Worklist Summary window Review results Review time to completion for samples Repeat tests Worklist Schedule window Schedule patients, dilutions, replicates Schedule calibrators and controls Reagent Inventory window Review reagent shortages Select Next to continue. Note: If audio does not automatically start, select the play arrow in the top left to begin.The Worklist button accesses tasks associated with scheduling samples, performing dilutions and reviewing results. Select next to continue.2Quality Control: Control Definition window Add a new lot of control Edit control ranges Delete a lot of control no longer in use Select Next to continue.The Quality Control button accesses the control definition window used to input QC targets and ranges. Select next to continue3Calibration: Calibration Summary window - Review the status and due dates of calibrations Calibration Data window - Review details of a calibration, such as replicate results, status messages, accepting calibrations Master Curve Definition window - Scan in master curve card for a new lot of reagent Calibrator Definition window - Scan in calibrator card for a new lot of calibrators Select Next to continue. The Calibration button accesses calibration tasks: defining Master Curves, defining calibrators and reviewing calibration data. Select next to continue4Setup: Summary window - Modify sample options such as the order that the system performs tests, STAT handling options, sample tube types Test Definition Summary window - Review the tests defined on your system Profile Summary - Create or modify test/dilution profiles Data Administration - Back up system data When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.The Setup button accesses tasks used to initially define system tests, dilutions, profiles, tube types, LIS communication and other important laboratory-specific parameters. Function Buttons Learn about the Function buttons. Slide NumberText BlocksCalloutsAudio ScriptImage File1 Signing In: At the workspace, select Sign In. Use the Tab key to move to the New Operator field and then enter your initials. Use the Tab key to move to the Password field and then enter the password, if necessary. Select Sign In. The operator ID and security level display on the Sign In button at the workspace. Signing Out: At the workspace, select Sign In. At the Sign In window, select Sign Out. The system signs out of the current operator and closes the Sign In window. Select Next to continue. Note: If audio does not automatically start, select the play arrow in the top left to begin.The Sign In button displays the login name and access level of the current operator signed into the software. Selecting this button opens a window to perform the sign out of the current user and sign in of a new user. You must sign in if you need to enter comments or to access areas of the system that are a different level of security, such as selecting system options. Select next to continue2Close All Closes all open windows in the display area Select Next to continue. Instead of individually closing all open windows, you can press the Close All button. This button closes all of the open windows in the display area. Select next to continue3Report Options Calibration reports Maintenance logs Result reports Print Workspace Prints everything displayed on the monitor Cancel Reports Cancels any pending reports When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.The Print button displays a menu of printer functions. Applications View: Operator's Guide Assay Instructions for Use (IFU) QC statistics - Press the QC symbol key or the Exception Status button on the workspace to access QC statistics Note: To return to System View, press the QC button on the keyboard. Applications View Toolbar Learn about the Applications View Toolbar. Slide NumberText BlocksCalloutsAudio ScriptImage File1Access the Applications View by: Pressing the QC button on the keyboard Selecting the Exception Status button on the workspace The Applications View can be accessed at any time. Select the QC button on the keyboard to continue. Note: If audio does not automatically start, select the play arrow in the top left to begin.The applications view can be accessed at any time by pressing the QC button on the keyboard. You can also access the applications view by selecting the Exception Status button on the workspace. Select the QC button now to continue.2Applications View:Quality Control ADVIA QC Control Definition Setup Turn the status light on/off Online Documentation Operator’s Guide Assay Instructions for Use (IFU) Printers Print Workspace Printer Queue Select the Online Documentation button to continue.CalloutsOnline Documentation buttonOnce the QC button is pressed, the monitor displays the Applications view. ADVIA QC, the operator’s guide and assay IFUs can be accessed from this view. Select the online documentation button to continue 3Online Documentation: Operator’s Guide Customer Bulletins Assays Library Select Quality Control to continue. The Online Documentation button links you to printable documents including the ADVIA Centaur® XP Operator’s Guide. Assay IFUs and LIS Setup. The workspace displays the browser with instructions for using the online documentation. Select quality control to continue. 4Quality Control: ADVIA QC Control Definition Select Setup to continue.The Quality Control task button provides access to the ADVIA QC software including screens for viewing data and graphs. Control Definition is listed on this menu, although it is actually opened using the System View toolbar. Selecting it here will redirect you to the System side. Select setup to continue. 5 Setup: Turn the status light on/off Select the Printers button to continue.The Setup task button allows you to setup the visible status light on the top of the system. Select the printers button to continue. 6 Printers: Print Workspace Printer Queue Select Next to continue. The Printers button on the Applications toolbar is used to print the workspace or view the printer queue.7 Access the System View by: Selecting the QC button on the keyboard. Note: The Exception Status button is not available on the Applications View. Select the QC button on the keyboard to continue.When you want to return to the System View, press the QC button on the keyboard again. Note that the exception status button is not available on the applications view. Press the QC button now.8 Navigate to the Applications View: QC button on keyboard or Exception Status button on workspace Return to the System View: QC button on keyboard When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.You have just learned how to navigate to the Applications view and return to the system view. Window Components: Title bar View, Sort, Search Information display area Scroll bar arrows Bottom buttons Side buttons Option buttons Window Components Learn about the window components. Base ImageHotspotsText BlocksImage FileView, Sort and Search The View, Sort and Search fields control the amount or type of information that is displayed, the order of the information displayed and the ability to locate specific items. The down arrows allow you to make selections from a drop-down menu, and the data fields allow you to manually enter specific criteria. Title Bar The title bar is located at the top of the window and contains the window name. At the far left of the title bar, a question mark provides access to window help. Use the question mark when you have questions about options available in the window or need instructions on using the window. The button located to the right of the question mark moves the window behind any other open windows. The Close button on the right, closes the open window.Scroll Bar Arrows Scroll bar arrows on the right allow viewing of items not currently visible in the list. Side Buttons Side buttons typically let you perform tasks or see more information on a specific item in the list. Simply select the item and utilize the appropriate side button. Bottom Buttons The bottom buttons typically let you perform tasks associated with the entire window or provide related window information. System Computer Components: System Computer Applications Computer Touch Screen Monitor Keyboard and Mouse Barcode Scanner System Computer Components Learn about system computer components. Base ImageHotspotsText BlocksImage FileThe applications module (APC) is equipped with a CD-RW drive for data storage. The APC offers access to the ADVIA QC application and online documentation.The system computer controls system functioning and data processing.The graphical user interface is via a touch screen monitor, making it possible for you to perform your daily tasks directly on the screen without using the keyboard or the mouse. The monitor is located on a flexible arm so you can adjust the position of the monitor.You can use the keyboard and mouse to interact with the software to make selections, open windows and enter information.Use the hand-held barcode scanner to enter barcoded information, such as the information of the Master Curve cards, Calibrator cards or Sample ID for patient samples. Online Help: Right click on a field to access online help - Provides information on a window element Select Question mark in title bar - Provides access to window help Online Help Learn about the online help. Checklist TitleChecklist TypeChecklist ContentRight Click on Window ElementHTML To view specific information about a window element, move your pointer to the area and right click. Select each checkbox to learn about Online Help. Window Element Help OpensHTML After you right click, window element help displays specific information about how to use the field or what the options are in a dropdown menu. Select Question MarkHTML To view general information about a window, select the question mark in the title bar. Window Help OpensHTML Window help displays a general overview of the open window. When complete, select the X in the upper-right corner to close the window and continue.